Blitz: Presentations VIII

Thursday 6 July
16.40 - 18.20 h.
 

 

Session 15: Ideologies, values, societal attitudes and political responses

Room: Albéniz

221/1697 Right-wing authoritarianism, societal threat to safety, and strategies of exposure to information

(1) Russo, Silvia; (2) Roccato, Michele

(1) Psychologist. Department of Psychology. Örebro University. Örebro. Sweden.; (2) Psychologist. Professor. Department of Psychology. University of Torino. Torino. Italy

221/1191 Right-Wing Authoritarianism is negatively associated with counter-conditioning

(1) Bret, Amélie; (2) Mierop, Adrien; (3) Mermillod, Martial; (4) Corneille, Olivier

(1) PhD Student. LPNC, University Grenoble Alpes and IPSY, Université Catholique de Louvain; (2) PhD Student, IPSY, Université Catholique de Louvain; (3) Prof. LPNC, University Grenoble Alpes; (4) Prof. IPSY, Université Catholique de Louvain

221/1579 Are Liberals and Conservatives Equally Motivated to Feel Empathy toward Others?

(1) Hasson, Yossi; (2) Tamir, Maya; (3) Brahms, Kea; (4) Cohrs, Christopher; (5) Halperin, Eran

(1) Psychology. The Hebrew University of Jerusalem and The Interdisciplinary Center, Herzliya. Israel; (2) Psychology. The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Israel.; (3) Psychology. Jacobs University, Bremen. Germany; (4) Psychology. Jacobs University, Bremen. Germany; (5) Psychology. The Interdisciplinary Center, Herzliya. Israel.

221/1463 Victims, Vignettes and Video Tapes: A Meta-Analysis of Experimental Research on Victim Derogation from Lerner & Simmons (1966) to Present

(1) Dawtry, Rael; (2) Callan, Mitchell; (3) J. Harvey, Annelie; (4) Olson, James M.

(1) Post-doctoral Researcher. Department of Psychology. University of Essex. Colchester. UK.; (2) Professor. Department of Psychology. University of Essex. Colchester. UK.; (3) Lecturer. Department of Psychology. Anglia Ruskin University. Cambridge. UK.; (4) Professor. Department of Psychology. University of Western Ontario. London. Canada.

221/1725 The moderating role of ideologies on the perceptions of economic inequality: A multilevel approach

(1) Garcia-Sanchez, Efraín; (2) Van der Toorn, Jojanneke; (3) Rodríguez-Bailón, Rosa; (4) Willis, Guillermo B.

(1) Psychologist, PhD Candidate, Mind, Brain and Behaviour Research Center at the University of Granada, Spain; (2) Psychologist, Assistant Professor, Social and Behavioural Sciences, Utrecht University, The Netherlands.; (3) Psychologist, Associate Professor, Department of Social Psychology at the Mind, Brain and Behaviour Research Center, University of Granada, Spain.; (4) Psychloist. Assistant Professor, Department of Social Psychology at the Mind, Brain and Behaviour Research Center, University of Granada, Spain

221/1827 Social justice, legitimacy and social change: on the interaction between distributive and procedural justice

(1) Moya, Cristobal; (2) Gerber, Monica

(1) Sociologist, Lecturer, School of Sociology, Universidad Diego Portales; (2) PhD in Social Research Methods, Associate Professor, School of Sociology, Universidad Diego Portales

221/1373 Failing promises of the social order and the rise of fascist beliefs

(1) Chryssochoou, Xenia

(1) PROFESSOR OF SOCIAL AND POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY, DEPT OF PSYCHOLOGY, PANTEION UNIVERSITY OF SOCIAL AND POLITICAL SCIENCES, ATHENS, GREECE

221/1880 Perceived social norms and the transition from minority to mainstream of far-right movements

(1) Portelinha, Isabelle; (2) Elcheroth, Guy

(1) Department of Social Science, Raritan Valley CC, Somerville, NJ, USA; (2) University of Lausanne, Institut des Sciences Sociales, Lausanne, Switzerland

221/1550 Meaning-Making in the Shadow of Terrorism: The Case of the Charlie Hebdo Attack in Paris

(1) Pelletier, Petra

(1) Paris Descartes University

221/1488 Reducing dehumanisation towards extremely negative outgroups: The role of human meaning and multiple categorisation.

(1) Delgado, Naira; (2) Hernández-Reyes, Paula; (3) Rodríguez-Gómez, Laura; (4) Rodríguez-Torres, Ramón

(1) Assistant Professor. University of La Laguna. Spain.; (2) PhD Student. University of La Laguna. Spain.; (3) PhD Student. University of La Laguna. Spain.; (4) Full Professor. University of La Laguna. Spain.

221/1893 Are income inequality and climate change competing or complementary issues?: Evidence from national-level surveys

(1) Pearson, Adam; (2) Schuldt, Jonathon; (3) Davydova, Julie; (4) Romero-Canyas, Rainer; (5) Larson-Konar, Dylan

(1) Psychologist. Department of Psychology, Pomona College, and Division of Behavioral and Organizational Science, Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, CA, USA.; (2) Social Psychologist. Department of Communication. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY; (3) Research scientist. Department of Communication. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY; (4) Senior Behavioral Scientist and Social Psychologist. Environmental Defense Fund. New York, NY. Adjunct Research Scientist, Columbia University. New York, NY.; (5) Research Scientist. Environmental Defense Fund, New York, NY.

221/1531 A worldwide Zeitgeist of decline? The psychometrics of collective societal discontent across 28 countries

(1) van der Bles, Anne Marthe; (2) Postmes, Tom; (3) Meijer, Rob R.; (4) Jetten, Jolanda

(1) Psychologist. University of Groningen. Groningen. the Netherlands.; (2) Psychologist. Department of Social Psychology. University of Groningen. Groningen. the Netherlands.; (3) Psychometrician. Department of Psychometrics and Statistics. University of Groningen. Groningen. the Netherlands.; (4) University of Queensland, Australia

221/1707 Community Collectivism: How Fundamental Cultural Values Explain Societal Attitudes

(1) Akkus, Birol; (2) Stroebe, Katherine; (3) Postmes, Tom

(1) HENGELO OV; (2) Social Psychologist. Associate Professor. Faculty of Behavioural and Social Sciences. University of Groningen. Groningen. Netherlands; (3) Social Psychologist. Full Professor. Faculty of Behavioural and Social Sciences. University of Groningen. Groningen. Netherlands

Session 16 (Part I): Evaluative conditioning and attitude formation

Room: Machado

221/1005 Are Neutral or Ambiguous Targets More Vulnerable to Misattribution Than Valenced Targets?

(1) Ecker, Yael; (2) Moran, Tal; (3) Bar-Anan, Yoav

(1) Graduate student in Psychology. Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. Beer-Sheva. Israel.; (2) PhD candidate in Psychology. Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. Beer-Sheva. Israel.; (3) Psychologist. Doctor. Ben-Gurion University in the Negev. Beer-Sheva. Israel.

221/1745 The Influence of Misinformation Manipulations on Evaluative Conditioning

(1) Benedict, Taylor; (2) Gast, Anne

(1) Psychologist. Social Cognition Center Cologne. Department of Psychology. University of Cologne. Cologne. Germany.; (2) Psychologist. Social Cognition Center Cologne. Department of Psychology. University of Cologne. Cologne. Germany.

221/1387 Distributed practice can boost evaluative conditioning by increasing memory for the stimulus pairs

(1) Richter, Jasmin; (2) Gast, Anne

(1) Psychologist. PhD Student. Social Cognition Center Cologne. Department of Psychology. Faculty of Human Sciences. University of Cologne. Cologne. Germany.; (2) Psychologist. Social Cognition Center Cologne. Department of Psychology. University of Cologne. Cologne. Germany.

221/1847 The effect of brightness on person perception

(1) Schietecat, Anne; (2) Lakens, Daniel; (3) de Kort, Yvonne

(1) PhD candidate. Eindhoven University of Technology, Human Technology Interaction department; (2) Assistant Professor. Eindhoven University of Technology. Human Technology Interaction Department.; (3) Professor. Eindhoven University of Technology. Human Technology Interaction Department

221/1239 Facing One's Implicit Bias: Prediction of IAT Scores, but not IAT Completion, Leads to Acknowledgment of Intergroup Bias

(1) Hahn, Adam

(1) Assistant Professor, Social and Economic Cognition I, Social Cognition Center Cologne, Department of Psychology, University of Cologne, Germany

221/1877 Self-construct and affects moderate congruity effect: the influence of higher order variables on evaluative priming

(1) Lemonnier, Aurore; (2) Alexopoulos, Theodore; (3) SANITIOSO, Rasyid Bo

(1) PhD Student. Social Psychology Laboratory. Institute of Psychology. University Paris Descartes. Boulogne-Billancourt. France.; (2) Assistant Professor. Social Psychology Laboratory. Institute of Psychology. University Paris Descartes. Boulogne-Billancourt. France.; (3) Professor. Social Psychology Laboratory. Institute of Psychology. University Paris Descartes. Boulogne-Billancourt. France.

Session 16 (Part II): Face processing

Room: Machado

221/1230 Manipulated valence moderates the happy face advantage

(1) Lindeberg, Sofie; (2) Lipp, Ottmar

(1) PhD student. School of Psychology and Speech Pathology. Faculty of Health Sciences. Curtin University. Perth. Australia.; (2) Professor. School of Psychology and Speech Pathology. Faculty of Health Sciences. Curtin University. Perth. Australia.

221/19001 The impact of high versus low-level processing on facial emotion categorisation in infants and adults

(1) Harris, Lasana; (2) Wilbourn, Makeba; (3) Ruba, Ashley; (4) Johnson, Kristin

(1) Senior Lecturer. Department of Experimental Psychology. University College London. London. United Kingdom.; (2) Assistant Professor. Department of Psychology and Neuroscience. Duke University. Durham, NC. United States of America.; (3) Graduate student. Department of Psychology. University of Washington. Seattle, WA. United States of America.; (4) Graduate student. Department of Psychology and Neuroscience. Duke University. Durham, NC. United States of America.

221/19002 Configural face processing shapes the extent to which emotions influence mind attribution

(1) Krumhuber, Eva; (2) Hultgren, Matilda Uusitalo; (3) Lai, Yukun; (4) Rosin, Paul

(1) Lecturer. Department of Experimental Psychology. University College London. London. United Kingdom.; (2) Psychologist. Department of Experimental Psychology. University College London. London. United Kingdom.; (3) Senior Lecturer. School of Computer Science and Informatics. Cardiff University. Cardiff. United Kingdom.; (4) Professor. School of Computer Science and Informatics. Cardiff University. Cardiff. United Kingdom.

221/19003 Social categorisation as a function of feature-specific attention allocation.

(1) Spruyt, Adriaan

(1) Ghent University, Belgium

221/19004 How moral integrity shapes processing of facial expressions of emotion

(1) van dillen, lotte; (2) van Dijk, Wilco; (3) van Rotteveel, Mark; (4) Enter, Dorien

(1) Associate Professor. Department of Social and Organisational Psychology. Leiden University. Leiden. The Netherlands.; (2) Professor. Department of Social and Organisational Psychology. Leiden University. Leiden. The Netherlands.; (3) Professor. Department of Social Psychology. University of Amsterdam. Amsterdam. The Netherlands.; (4) Psychologist. Behavioural Science Institute. Radboud University. Nijmegen. The Netherlands.