Symposia: 221/69 - The role of the self-concept in empathy and intergroup relations

Saturday 8 July
14.30 - 16.10 h.
Andalucía III
In this symposium, we seek to shed new light on the social dimension of empathy; to zoom in on the conditions that facilitate empathy and determine which features of intergroup relations promote cooperation between groups, rather than conflict.

 

Chairs
Matt Richins
PhD student in Social Neuroscience. University of Exeter. Exeter. United Kingdom.

Chairs
Federica Meconi
Marie-Curie Research Fellow. School of Psychology, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom

 

221/6901 What divides us brings us together: Establishing the role of synchronous stimulation in social cognition

(1) Paladino, Maria Paola; (2) Mazzurega, Mara; (3) Pavani, Francesco; (4) Lombardi, Luigi

(1) Professor. Department of Psychology and Cognitive Sciences. University of Trento. Italy; (2) Post Doc. Department of Psychology and Cognitive Sciences. University of Trento. Italy; (3) Associate Professor. Department of Psychology and Cognitive Sciences. University of Trento. Italy; (4) Associate Professor. Department of Psychology and Cognitive Sciences. University of Trento. Italy

221/6902 Humans matter. Neural empathic responses revealed by attribution of humanness.

(1) Meconi, Federica; (2) Vaes, Jeroen; (3) Sessa, Paola

(1) Post Doc Fellow. Department of Developmental and Social Psychology. University of Padova. Italy; (2) Associate Professor. Department of Psychology and Cognitive Sciences. University of Trento; (3) Assistant Professor. Department of Developmental and Social Psychology. University of Padova

221/6903 No Pain, to gain: Empathic pain responses are reduced to competitive but not non-competitive outgroups

(1) Richins, Matt; (2) Lawrence, Natalia; (3) Karl, Anke; (4) Barreto, Manuela

(1) PhD student. School of Psychology. University of Exeter. United Kingdom.; (2) Senior Lecturer. School of Psychology. University of Exeter. United Kingdom; (3) Senior Lecturer. School of Psychology. University of Exeter. United Kingdom; (4) Professor. School of Psychology. University of Exeter. United Kingdom

221/6904 Empathy as a motivator of dyadic cross-group helping: The dis-inhibiting effect of the recipient’s benevolence

(1) Siem, Birte; (2) Lotz-Schmitt, Katharina; (3) Stürmer, Stefan

(1) Lecturer. Department of Social Psychology. University of Hagen. Germany; (2) Lecturer. Department of Social Psychology. University of Hagen. Germany; (3) Professor. Department of Social Psychology. University of Hagen. Germany

221/6905 The benefits of sharing pain with others

(1) Bastian, Brock

(1) Academic. School of Psychological Sciences. University of Melbourne. Australia