Blitz: Presentations XII

Saturday 8 July
11.10 - 12.50 h.
 

 

Session 23 (Part I): Immigration

Room: Albéniz

Chair
Sylvie Graf

221/1410 Exploring the Role of Regulatory Focus on Coping Styles and Well-being among Syrian Refugees

(1) Albayrak, Nihan; (2) Woltin, Karl-Andrew

(1) Applied Psychologist & PhD Candidate. Department of Behavioural and Psychological Science. London School of Economics and Political Science. London. United Kingdom.; (2) Lecturer. Department of Psychology. University of Roehampton. London. United Kingdom.

221/1425 The Effect of Task Completion on the Savoring of Success

(1) Schall, Marina; (2) Martiny, Sarah E.

(1) Postdoc, Department of Psychology, University of Bamberg, Bamberg, Germany; (2) Professor, Department of Psychology, UiT The Arctic University of Norway, Norway

221/18901 Valence of media news about immigrants and immigrants’ labels shape majority’s attitudes toward immigrants.

(1) Graf, Sylvie; (2) Sczesny, Sabine

(1) Social psychologist. Institute of Psychology. University of Bern. Bern. Switzerland.; (2) Social psychologist. Professor. Institute of Psychology. University of Bern. Bern. Switzerland.

221/18902 Intergroup contact counteracts the effects of anti-egalitarian social norms on prejudice.

(1) Visintin, Emilio Paolo; (2) Green, Eva; (3) Falomir Pichastor, Juan M; (4) Berent, Jacques

(1) Postdoctoral Researcher. Institute of Psychology. University of Lausanne. Lausanne. Switzerland.; (2) Psychologist. Professor. Institute of Psychology. University of Lausanne. Lausanne. Switzerland.; (3) Psychologist. Professor. Institute of Psychology. University of Geneva. Geneva. Switzerland.; (4) Psychologist. Institute of Psychology. University of Geneva. Geneva. Switzerland.

221/18903 The role of pictures portraying intergroup physical contact in reducing prejudice towards immigrants.

(1) Shamloo, Soraya Elizabeth; (2) Carnaghi, Andrea; (3) Piccoli, Valentina; (4) Grassi, Michele; (5) Bianchi, Mauro

(1) PhD student. Department of Life Sciences. University of Trieste. Trieste. Italy.; (2) Associate Professor. Department of Life Sciences. University of Trieste. Trieste. Italy.; (3) Postdoctoral Research Fellow. Department of Life Sciences. University of Trieste. Trieste. Italy.; (4) Professor. Department of Life Sciences. University of Trieste. Trieste. Italy.; (5) Senior Researcher. Copelabs. University Lusófona. Lisbon. Portugal.

221/18904 How hate speech affects attitudes toward minorities and immigrants? Desensitization approach.

(1) Bilewicz, Michal; (2) Soral, Wiktor; (3) Winiewski, Mikolaj

(1) Social psychologist. Faculty of Psychology. University of Warsaw. Warsaw. Poland.; (2) Social psychologist. Faculty of Psychology. University of Warsaw. Warsaw. Poland.; (3) Social psychologist. Faculty of Psychology. University of Warsaw. Warsaw. Poland.

221/18905 Reactions to foreign-accented immigrants and their implications for the media.

(1) Hansen, Karolina

(1) Assistant professor. Faculty of Psychology. University of Warsaw. Warsaw. Poland.

221/1352 Whether multiculturalism decreases negative feelings towards immigrants, depends on cultural distance perception

(1) Mahfud, Yara; (2) Badea, Constantina; (3) Verkuyten, Maykel; (4) Reynolds, Kate

(1) Evry; (2) Senior Lecturer, University of Paris Ouest Nanterre, France; (3) Professor, University of Utrecht, Netherlands; (4) Professor, Australian National University, Australia

Session 23 (Part II): Self-regulation

Room: Albéniz

Chair
Mark Conner

221/1450 Spontaneous Self-regulation by Mentally Contrasting Future and Reality

(1) Sevincer, Timur; (2) Oettingen, Gabriele

(1) Assistant Professor, Institute of Psychology, Educational Psycholgy and Motivatin, University of Hamburg, Germany; (2) Professor, Psychology Department, New York University, New York, U.S. and Institute of Psychology, University of Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany

221/1125 Emotional Licensing: Negative emotions as a justification for self-regulation failure

(1) Evers, Catharine

(1) Psychologist. Associate Professor. Utrecht University. Social, Health, & Organisational Psychology

221/1008 The role of degree of intention formation in the relationships between intentions, habits and behaviour

(1) Conner, Mark; (2) Sheeran, Paschal

(1) Psychologist, School of Psychology, University of Leeds, Leeds, UK; (2) Psychologist, Department of Psychology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA

221/1560 Paradoxical Consequences of Quixoteism

(1) Villar, Sergio; (2) Oceja, Luis; (3) Carrera, Pilar

(1) Psychologist, Social Psychology, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Madrid, Spain; (2) Psychologist, Social Psychology, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Madrid, Spain; (3) Psychologist, Social Psychology, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Madrid, Spain

221/1203 Risking the social bond: Explaining avoidance and repair motivations associated with withholding or disclosing unpleasant information

(1) Torp Løkkeberg, Stine; (2) Gausel, Nicolay; (3) Giner-Sorolla, Roger

(1) PhD Associate professor. Department of Health and Social Science. Østfold University College. Norway.; (2) Professor. Institute of Psychosocial Health. University of Agder. Norway; (3) Professor. School of Psychology. University of Kent. United Kingdom

Session 24: Organizational behavior and gender

Room: Machado

Chair
Jojanneke Van der Toorn

221/21601 Obstacles for diversity training effectiveness: The role of trainee characteristics and attitudes

(1) Homan, Astrid C.; (2) Buengeler, Claudia

(1) Social Psychologist. Department of Psychology. University of Amsterdam. Amsterdam. The Netherlands.; (2) Social Psychologist. Amsterdam Business School. University of Amsterdam. Amsterdam. The Netherlands.

221/21602 Hindering women’s professional career by setting higher standards for them

(1) Rubini, Monica; (2) Moscatelli, Silvia; (3) Menegatti, Michela; (4) Ellemers, Naomi

(1) Social Psychologist. Department of Psychology. Alma Mater Studiorum. University of Bologna. Bologna. Italy.; (2) Social Psychologist. Department of Psychology. Alma Mater Studiorum. University of Bologna. Bologna. Italy.; (3) Social Psychologist. Department of Psychology. Alma Mater Studiorum. University of Bologna. Bologna. Italy.; (4) Social Psychologist. Department of Social, Health & Organizational Psychology. Utrecht University. Utrecht. The Netherlands.

221/21603 Are class-based affirmative action policies better supported than race-based policies: The role of morality perceptions

(1) Prati, Francesca; (2) Hideg, Ivona; (3) Ferris, D. Lance; (4) Fisher, Peter A.

(1) Psychologist. Post Doctoral Researcher. University of Bologna. Bologna. Italy.; (2) Psychologist. Lazaridis School of Business & Economics. Wilfrid Laurier University. Waterloo. Canada.; (3) Psychologist. Smeal College of Business. The Pennsylvania State University. State College. Pennsylvania. United States of America.; (4) Psychologist. Lazaridis School of Business & Economics. Wilfrid Laurier University. Waterloo. Canada.

221/21604 Resisting change: The joint influences of system justification and self-interest on diversity policy support

(1) Van der Toorn, Jojanneke

(1) Social Psychologist. Department of Social, Health & Organizational Psychology. Utrecht University. Utrecht. The Netherlands.

221/1619 Catch 22: Competent or warm: How occupational label and accent influence person evaluation

(1) Rakic, Tamara

(1) Lectururer in Social Psychology, Department of Psychology, Lancaster University, Lancaster, UK

221/1809 Proximal and distal cultures interact to affect safety behaviour within organisations

(1) Tear, Morgan

(1) Postdoctoral Research Officer. Department of Psychological and Behavioural Science. London School of Economics and Political Science. London. UK.

221/1193 A contingency model of the dominance route to social influence in work teams: The moderating role of intra-team competition

(1) Cantimur, Yeliz; (2) Rink, Floor; (3) van der Vegt, Gerben; (4) Walter, Frank

(1) Isik University Psychology Department; (2) Groningen University Department of HRM & OB; (3) Groningen University Department of HRM & OB; (4) University of Giessen Department of Organization & Management

221/1805 When gossip is selfish: Competitive team goals and feelings of entitlement stimulate employees to self-promote through gossip

(1) Martinescu, Elena; (2) Martinescu, Elena; (3) Janssen, Onne; (4) Nijstad, Bernard

(1) Groningen; (2) Groningen; (3) Groningen; (4) Groningen

221/1710 Exploring the Michelangelo Phenomenon in mentoring relationships

(1) Nowrung, Mubeena; (2) Kumashiro, Madoka; (3) Guenole, Nigel

(1) Goldsmiths, University of London; (2) Goldmsiths, University of London; (3) Goldmsiths, University of London

221/1133 Stand by me: how inertia leads to reduced sedentary behaviour at work

(1) Venema, Annie Geziena; (2) Kroese, F.M.; (3) De Ridder, D.T.D.

(1) Psychologist, Social, Health, and Organizational Psychology, Utrecht University, Utrecht, The Netherlands; (2) psychologist, assistant professor, Utrecht University, Utrecht, The Netherlands; (3) psychologist, professor, Utrecht University, Utrecht, The Netherlands

221/1317 “Active advice effect” and its limitations

(1) Stasiuk, Katazaryna; (2) Maksymiuk, Renata; (3) Bar - Tal, Yoram

(1) Psychologist. Assistant Professor. Institute of Psychology. Maria Curie - Sklodowska University. Lublin. Poland; (2) Psychologist. Assistant Professor. Institute of Psychology. Maria - Curie Sklodowska University. Lublin.Poland; (3) Psychologist. Professor. Sackler Faculty of Medicine. Tel - Aviv University. Tel - Aviv. Israel