Symposia: 221/114 - Cruel intentions: On the use, and potential abuse, of goal-instrumental others

Saturday 8 July
11.10 - 12.50 h.
Andalucía II
Other people are instrumental in goal-pursuit, presenting a mixed blessing for social outcomes. Through five projects, this symposium illustrate mainly the dark side of seeing people as instrumental, in terms of outcomes such as relational (d)evaluation, neglect, aggression, and deception.

 

Chair
Melvyn Hamstra
Assistant Professor. School of Business and Economics. Maastricht University. Maastricht. The Netherlands.

 

221/11401 A People as Means Perspective on Interpersonal Relationships

(1) Orehek, Edward; (2) Forest, Amanda; (3) Wingrove, Sara

(1) Assistant Professor. Department of Psychology. University of Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh. USA; (2) Assistant Professor. Department of Psychology. University of Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh. USA; (3) Graduate student. Department of Psychology. University of Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh. USA

221/11402 With or without you: The role of expectancy of goal-achievement in interpersonal relationships

(1) Belanger, Jocelyn; (2) Schumpe, Birga; (3) Chamberland, Pier-Eric

(1) Assistant Professor. New York University Abu Dhabi. Abu Dhabi. United Arab Emirates.; (2) Post Doc. New York University Abu Dhabi. Abu Dhabi. United Arab Emirates.; (3) Graduate Student. New York University Abu Dhabi. Abu Dhabi. United Arab Emirates.

221/11403 On Thwarted Goals and Displaced Aggression: A Compensatory Competence Model

(1) Leander, N. Pontus

(1) Assistant Professor. Department of Psychology. University of Groningen. Groningen. The Netherlands.

221/11404 Harming others for purpose: Sadism, existential threat, and aggressive behavior in social dilemmas

(1) Pfattheicher, Stefan; (2) Böhm, Robert; (3) Schindler, Simon; (4) Keller, Johannes

(1) Post Doc. Department of Social Psychology. Ulm University. Ulm. Germany,; (2) Assistant Professor. School of Business and Economics. RWTH Aachen University. Aachen. Germany; (3) Research Associate. Department of Social Psychology. Kassel University. Kassel. Germany.; (4) Professor. Department of Social Psychology. Ulm University. Ulm. Germany.

221/11405 “Successful" Psychopaths: Do Others Even Realize They Are Being Deceived?

(1) Hamstra, Melvyn; (2) Laurijssen, Maxim; (3) Sanders, Stacey

(1) Assistant Professor. School of Business and Economics. Maastricht University. Maastricht. The Netherlands; (2) Graduate Student. Faculty of Economics and Business. University of Groningen. Groningen. The Netherlands; (3) Lecturer. Department of Psychology. University of Groningen. Groningen. The Netherlands