Symposia: 221/106 - The social psychology of punishing “innocent” targets: Recent research on collective/vicarious/displaced punishment

Thursday 6 July
16.40 - 18.20 h.
Dinner 2
Five talks will address the question when and why observers, victims or their fellow group members (i.e., vicarious punishment) lash out against entire groups (i.e., collective punishment) or individuals who were personally uninvolved in an original offense (i.e., displaced punishment).

 

Chair
Mario Gollwitzer
Professor of Psychology. Department of Psychology. Philipps University Marburg. Marburg. Germany.

 

221/10601 Morals, black sheep, and their victims: What triggers harsh punishment of unfair behavior?

(1) Hechler, Stefanie; (2) Kessler, Thomas

(1) PhD student in Psychology. Department of Psychology. Friedrich Schiller University of Jena. Jena. Germany.; (2) Professor of Psychology. Department of Psychology. Friedrich Schiller University of Jena. Jena. Germany.

221/10602 Characters of the ingroup that cause the members to retaliate vicariously

(1) Kumagai, Tomohiro

(1) Professor of Psychology. Department of Communication and Culture. Otsuma Women’s University. Tokyo. Japan.

221/10603 Displaced revenge aims at sending a message to the original perpetrator

(1) Gollwitzer, Mario; (2) Sjöström, Arne; (3) Magraw-Mickelson, Zoe

(1) Professor of Psychology. Department of Psychology. Philipps University Marburg. Marburg. Germany.; (2) Psychologist. Department of Psychology. Philipps University Marburg. Marburg. Germany.; (3) PhD student in Psychology. Department of Psychology. Philipps University Marburg. Marburg. Germany.

221/10604 Collective punishment as a function of entitativity and punishment goals

(1) Pereira, Andrea; (2) van Prooijen, Jan-Willem

(1) Postdoctoral Researcher. Department of Psychology. New York University. New York. USA.; (2) Professor of Psychology. Department of Experimental and Applied Psychology. VU University. Amsterdam. The Netherlands.

221/10605 When justice needs to be done, collective apologies only reduce collective punishment of valued groups

(1) Berent, Jacques; (2) Falomir Pichastor, Juan M

(1) Research Assistant. Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences. University of Geneva. Geneva. Switzerland.; (2) Professor of Psychology. Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences. University of Geneva. Geneva. Switzerland.