Symposia: Presentations IV

Wednesday 5 July
16.40 - 18.20 h.
 

 

221/70 - Psychological distance, level of construal, and embodiment

Room: Manuel Falla

Five talks highlight the mutual influence of construal level (CL), psychological distance, and embodied processes. We show, for instance, how CL is embodied, how distance affects emotion perception, how mouth movements influence distance-related motivations, and that CL affects multi-sensory integration.

Chair
Jochim Hansen
Psychologist. Deprtment of Psychology. University of Salzburg. Salzburg. Austria.

Discussant
Yaacov Trope
Psychologist. Professor. New York University. New York. United States

221/7001 Perceptual simulation of space along the vertical dimension as embodiment of psychological distance and CL

(1) Nussinson, Ravit; (2) Elias, Yaron; (3) Gronau, Nurit

(1) Psychologist. Education and Psychology Department. The Open University of Haifa. Haifa. Isreal; (2) Psychologist. Education and Psychology Department. The Open University of Haifa. Haifa. Isreal; (3) Psychologist. Education and Psychology Department. The Open University of Haifa. Haifa. Isreal

221/7002 Psychological incorporation: Oral distance-reduction leads to approach motivation

(1) Topolinski, Sascha

(1) Psychologist. Department of Psychology. University of Cologne. Cologne. Germany

221/7003 Psychological distance promotes perception of pride in other’s smiles

(1) Wessler, Janet; (2) Hansen, Jochim

(1) Psychologist. Department of Psychology. University of Saarland. Saarbrücken. Germany.; (2) Psychologist. Department of Psychology. University of Salzburg. Salzburg. Austria.

221/7004 Arousal and cognitive processing

(1) Alves, Hans; (2) Almeida, Filipa; (3) Bialobrzeska, Olga; (4) Godinho, Sandra; (5) Prada, Marília

(1) Psychologist. Social Cognition Center Cologne. University of Cologne. Cologne. Germany.; (2) Psychologist. Department of Psychology. University of Lisbon. Lisbon. Portugal.; (3) Psychologist. Department of Psychology. University of Social Sciences and Humanities Warsaw. Warsaw. Poland; (4) Psychologist. Department of Psychology. Lisbon University ISCTE-IUL. Lisbon. Portugal.; (5) Psychologist. Department of Psychology. Lisbon University ISCTE-IUL. Lisbon. Portugal.

221/7005 Construal level and multi-sensory integration: High-level construal increases the influence of vision on taste judgments

(1) Hansen, Jochim

(1) Psychologist. Department of Psychology. University of Salzburg. Salzburg. Austria.

221/133 - Putting emotions in context: How the effects of expressing and regulating emotions change across situations

Room: Machuca

Context is often overlooked in research on emotion regulation and expression, but plays a vital role in understanding these phenomena. This symposium showcases emerging research investigating context across diverse domains, demonstrating the key role context plays in emotion processes.

Chair
Elise K. Kalokerinos
Postdoctoral Fellow. Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences. KU Leuven. Leuven. Belgium.

221/13301 Social context moderates the impact of emotional expressions in mixed-motive games

(1) Manstead, Antony; (2) Rychlowska, Magdalena; (3) van der Schalk, Job

(1) Professor, School of Psychology, Cardiff University, Cardiff, Wales; (2) Research Associate, School of Psychology, Cardiff University, Cardiff, Wales; (3) Lecturer, School of Psychology, Cardiff University, Cardiff, Wales

221/13302 Contextual influences on emotional persuasion: The roles of message framing, emotion relevance, and information processing

(1) van Kleef, Gerben A.; (2) Heerdink, Marc W.; (3) van den Berg, Helma

(1) Professor, Department of Social Psychology, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; (2) Assistant Professor, Department of Social Psychology, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; (3) Human Behaviour Specialist, TNO – Human Behavior and Organizational Innovations, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

221/13303 Exploring the contexts in which expressing positive emotion has social costs

(1) Greenaway, Katy H.; (2) Kalokerinos, Elise K.; (3) Bingley, William

(1) Postdoctoral Fellow, School of Psychology, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia; (2) Postdoctoral Fellow, Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, KU Leuven, Leuven, Belgium; (3) Student, School of Psychology, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia

221/13304 Toying with the enemy’s emotions: The social factors that moderate motivated intergroup emotion regulation

(1) Netzer, Liat; (2) Halperin, Eran; (3) Tamir, Maya

(1) PhD Student, Department of Psychology, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel; (2) Professor, School of Psychology, The Interdisciplinary Center, Herzliya, Israel; (3) Professor, Department of Psychology, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel

221/13305 Mapping the role of context in emotion regulation in daily life

(1) Kalokerinos, Elise K.; (2) Kuppens, Peter

(1) Postdoctoral Fellow, Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, KU Leuven, Leuven, Belgium; (2) Professor, Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, KU Leuven, Leuven, Belgium

221/184 - Past & Prejudice: Representations of the past and their influence in fostering negative intergroup attitudes

Room: Picasso

The present symposium focuses on how historical representations are connected to current intergroup hostility and, more specifically, to majorities’ negative attitudes towards minority groups. All the studies in this symposium examined this link in different national contexts across Europe.

Chair
Eva Fulop
Psychologist. Associate Professor. Peter Pazmany Catholic University. Budapest. Hungary.

221/18401 Competition over collective victimhood recognition: when lack of recognition for past victimization induces prejudice

(1) De Guissmé, Laura; (2) Licata, Laurent

(1) Psychologist, Center for Social and Cultural Psychology, Université libre de Bruxelles, Brussels, Belgium; (2) Psychologist, Professor, Center for Social and Cultural Psychology, Université libre de Bruxelles, Brussels, Belgium

221/18402 Historical victimization and prejudice toward the Roma minority in Hungary

(1) Fulop, Eva; (2) Kovago, Pal; (3) Czegledi, Edit

(1) Psychologist, Associate Professor, Peter Pazmany Catholic University, Budapest, Hungary; (2) Psychologist, Peter Pazmany Catholic University, Budapest, Hungary; (3) Psychologist, Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary

221/18403 "Historia Magistra Vitae"? The impact of historical victimhood on current conspiracy beliefs and outgroup derogation

(1) Witkowska, Marta; (2) Bilewicz, Michal; (3) Pantazi, Myrto; (4) Gkinopoulos, Theofilos; (5) Klein, Olivier

(1) Psychologist, PhD candidate, University of Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland; (2) Psychologist, Professor, University of Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland; (3) Psychologist, PhD candidate, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Brussels, Belgium; (4) Political scientist, PhD candidate, Loughborough University, Leicestershire, UK; (5) Free University of Bruxelles, Belgium

221/18404 The Secondary transfer effects of group-based guilt and shame for in-group atrocities in WWII

(1) Smeekes, Anouk; (2) van Acker, Kaat

(1) Assistant Professor, European Research Centre on Migration and Ethnic Relations, Utrecht University, Utrecht, the Netherlands.; (2) Psychologist, Health Centre De Central, Leuven, Belgium.

221/18405 18405 Which 9-11 Is It? Analogies between current and past attacks are linked to muslim-related attitudes

(1) Ghilani, Djouaria; (2) Luminet, Olivier; (3) Ernst-Vintila, Andreea; (4) Van der Linden, Nicolas; (5) Klein, Olivier

(1) Psychologist, Center for Social and Cultural Psychology,Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium; (2) Psychologist, Psychological Sciences Research Institute, Université Catholique de Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium; (3) Psychologist, Laboratoire Parisien de Psychologie Sociale, Université Paris-Nanterre, Paris, France; (4) Psychologist, Center for Social and Cultural Psychology, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Brussels, Belgium; (5) Free University of Bruxelles, Belgium

221/153 - Self-regulation and self-control: Hot topics

Room: Dinner 1

This symposium covers a variety of processes (antecedents of balancing vs. behavioral consistency, improving self-control through practice, the development of limited vs. unlimited willpower theories, future time representation) that underlie (un)successful self-regulation and self-control in personal goal pursuit.

Chair
Marie Hennecke
Psychologist. Department of Psychology. University of Zurich. Switzerland.

221/15301 Consistency and balancing of everyday health behavior: The role of self-control

(1) Dohle, Simone; (2) Hofmann, Wilhelm

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

221/15302 Does self-control training improve self-control? A meta-analysis

(1) Friese, Malte; (2) Frankenbach, Julius; (3) Loschelder, David

(1) Professor of Psychology. Department of Psychology. Saarland University. Saarbruecken. Germany.; (2) Psychologist. Department of Psychology. Saarland University. Saarbruecken. Germany.; (3) Jun.-Professor. Institute for Strategic Human Resouce Management. Leuphana University. Lueneberg. Germany.

221/15303 Autonomous goal striving promotes a nonlimited belief about willpower

(1) Sieber, Vanda; (2) Flueckiger, Lavinia; (3) Bernecker, Katharina; (4) Mata, Jutta; (5) Job, Veronika

(1) Psychologist. Department of Psychology. University of Zurich. Zurich. Switzerland.; (2) Psychologist. Department of Psychology. University of Mannheim. Mannheim. Germany.; (3) Psychologist. Department of Psychology. University of Zurich. Zurich. Switzerland.; (4) Professor. Department of Psychology. University of Mannheim. Mannheim. Germany.; (5) Psychologist. Department of Psychology. University of Zurich. Zurich. Switzerland.

221/15304 Next week, next month, next year: How perceived temporal boundaries affect initiation expectations

(1) Hennecke, Marie; (2) Converse, Benjamin A.

(1) Psychologist. Department of Psychology. University of Zurich. Zurich. Switzerland.; (2) Professor. Department of Psychology and Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy. University of Virginia. Charlottesville, VA. USA.

221/66 - On the Integrated vs. Contested Self-Processes Operating in Intergroup Relations: Bridging Humanistic and Intergroup Approaches

Room: Dinner 2

Humanistic motivational approaches focus on the integrative properties of the self and the different types of motivation. The research here begins to identify how different motivation processes influence intergroup phenomena, and how group processes function to change self-determination and motivation.

Chair
Catherine Amiot
Professor. Department of Psychology. University of Quebec in Montreal. Montreal. Canada.

221/6601 Recognizing ingroup flaws: How a balanced organization of group identity improves ingroup and outgroup attitudes

(1) Legault, Lisa; (2) Weinstein, Netta

(1) Assistant Professor. Clarkson University. Postdam. USA.; (2) Senior Lecturer. Cardiff University. Cardiff. UK.

221/6602 Genocide recovery, poverty reduction, and challenging racism: How self-determined social identification helps change the world

(1) McGarty, Craig

(1) Professor. Western Sydney University. Penrith. Australia.

221/6603 Autonomy Expectations in an Intergroup Context: Implications for Prejudice and Liking

(1) Weinstein, Netta; (2) Wolf, Lukas; (3) Legate, Nicole; (4) Legault, Lisa

(1) Senior Lecturer. Cardiff University. Cardiff. UK.; (2) Postdoctoral Researcher. Cardiff University. Cardiff. UK.; (3) Assistant Professor. Illinois Institute of Technology. Chicago. Illinois. USA; (4) Assistant Professor. Clarkson University. Postdam. USA.

221/6604 All part of a day’s work’: Social identification moderates the relationship between acceptance and well-being

(1) Crane, Monique; (2) Louis, Winnifred; (3) Phillips, Jacqueline; (4) Amiot, Catherine; (5) Steffens, Niklas

(1) Lecturer. Macquarie University. Department of Psychology. North Ryde. Sydney. Australia.; (2) A/Professor. Department of Psychology. The University of Queensland. St Lucia. Brisbane. QLD. Australia.; (3) Professor of Neuroscience. Department of Biomedical Science. Macquarie University. North Ryde. Sydney. NSW. Australia.; (4) Professor. University of Québec in Montréal. Department of Psychology. Montréal. Québec. Canada.; (5) School of Psychology. University of Queensland. Brisbane. Australia.

221/6605 Can Harmful Normative Behaviors Become Internalized?: Capturing the Identity Factors Promoting the Internalization of Harm

(1) Amiot, Catherine; (2) Louis, Winnifred; (3) Thomas, Emma; (4) Doucerain, Marina

(1) Professor. University of Québec in Montréal. Department of Psychology. Montréal. Québec. Canada.; (2) A/Professor. Department of Psychology. The University of Queensland. St Lucia. Brisbane. QLD. Australia.; (3) School of Psychology. Flinders University. Adelaide. Australia.; (4) Postdoctoral Researcher. Université du Québec à Montréal. Department of Psychology. Montréal. Québec. Canada.

221/186 - Social psychological research on information processing and decision making in economical contexts

Room: Andalucía III

Our symposium presents results and implications derived from various studies covering a broad range of decision making issues, including biases in financial decisions, the role of selective attention and information processing in consumer choice, and information checking behavior on websites.

Chair
Claudia Vogrincic-Haselbacher
Post-doc. Department of Psychology. Social Psychology. University of Graz. Austria.

221/18601 Pitting decision quality against information quantity: A haunting tradeoff

(1) Fiedler, Klaus; (2) Eichberger, Jürgen; (3) Schnell, Knut

(1) Professor. Department of Social Psychology. University of Heidelberg. Heidelberg. Germany; (2) Professor. Alfred-Weber-Institute for Economic Sciences. University of Heidelberg. Heidelberg. Germany; (3) MD. University Hospital Heidelberg. Heidelberg. Germany

221/18602 Consumer decisions under high information load: Determinants of decision quality

(1) Athenstaedt, Ursula; (2) Vogrincic-Haselbacher, Claudia; (3) Dinslaken, Isabelle; (4) Lurger, Brigitta; (5) Caks, Florian

(1) Professor. Department of Psychology. Social Psychology. University of Graz. Graz. Austria.; (2) Post-doc.Department of Psychology. Social Psychology. University of Graz. Graz. Austria.; (3) PhD candidate. Department of Psychology. Social Psychology. University of Graz. Graz. Austria.; (4) Professor. Institute of Civil Law, Foreign and Private International Law. University of Graz. Graz. Austria.; (5) PhD candidate. Institute of Civil Law, Foreign and Private International Law. University of Graz. Graz. Austria.

221/18603 How selective attention shapes consumers’ preferences

(1) Florack, Arnd; (2) Egger, Martin

(1) Professor. Department of Applied Psychology. Applied Social Psychology and Consumer Research. University of Vienna. Vienna. Austria; (2) PhD candidate. Department of Applied Psychology. Applied Social Psychology and Consumer Research. University of Vienna. Vienna. Austria

221/18604 Click Or Skip: The Role Of Experience In Easy-Click Checking Decisions

(1) Roth, Yefim; (2) Wänke, Michaela; (3) Erev, Ido

(1) PhD candidate. Faculty of Industrial Engineering and Management at the Technion, Haifa. Haifa.Israel.; (2) Professor. Department of Consumer Psychology. University of Mannheim. Mannheim. Germany; (3) Professor. Faculty of Industrial Engineering and Management at the Technion, Haifa. Haifa.Israel.

221/102 - New perspectives on prosocial behaviour

Room: Andalucía II

This symposium brings together recent contributions to the field of prosocial behaviour. The first two presentations highlight the impact of group membership on prosocial behaviour. The last two presentations test the effectiveness of strategies for promoting intergroup and/or society-wide prosociality.

Chairs
Ana Leite
Social Psychologist. Lecturer. Department of Psychology. University of Roehampton. London. United Kingdom.

Chairs
Julie Van De Vyver
School of Psychology, University of Lincoln. UK

221/10201 Intergroup name-calling: Comparing helpful bystander intentions to victim-perpetrator-bystander triads

(1) Abbott, Nicola; (2) Palmer, Sally; (3) Van De Vyver, Julie

(1) Developmental Social Psychologist. Senior Lecturer. School of Psychology, Politics and Sociology. Canterbury Christ Church University. Canterbury. UK.; (2) Developmental Social Psychologist. Lecturer. Department of Psychology and Human Development. UCL Institute of Education. London. UK; (3) School of Psychology, University of Lincoln. UK

221/10202 Challenging intergroup social exclusion: Differences between majority and minority-status members

(1) Palmer, Sally; (2) Filippou, Andrea

(1) Developmental Social Psychologist. Lecturer. Department of Psychology and Human Development. UCL Institute of Education. London. UK; (2) Department of Psychology and Human Development. UCL Institute of Education. London. UK

221/10203 Indirect contact as a strategy to promote outgroup prosociality

(1) Leite, Ana; (2) Van De Vyver, Julie; (3) Abrams, Dominic; (4) Randsley de Moura, Georgina; (5) Mahmood, Lynsey

(1) Social Psychologist. Lecturer. Department of Psychology. University of Roehampton. London. UK.; (2) School of Psychology, University of Lincoln. UK; (3) Social Psychologist. Professor. School of Psychology. University of Kent. Canterbury. UK; (4) Social Psychologist. Senior Lecturer and Head of School. School of Psychology. University of Kent. Canterbury. UK; (5) Social Psychologist. Lecturer. School of Psychology. University of Kent. Canterbury. UK

221/10204 The arts as a social psychological catalyst for human prosociality and cooperation

(1) Van De Vyver, Julie; (2) Abrams, Dominic

(1) School of Psychology, University of Lincoln. UK; (2) Social Psychologist. Professor. School of Psychology. University of Kent. Canterbury. UK

221/10205 Discussion

(1) Levine, Mark

(1) Professor of Social Psychology, University of Exeter. UK

221/59 - How men and women regulate work and family roles in face of different social norms

Room: Seminar

This symposium outlines the gendered social norms men and women face in combining work and family roles. We show how adhering to or deviating from such norms evokes different self-regulatory processes and examine possibilities for change towards gender equality.

Chair
Loes Meeussen
Postdoctoral researcher. Center for Social and Cultural Psychology. University of Leuven. Leuven. Belgium.

221/5901 Sticky and Slippery Gender Stereotypes: The Gender Prioritization Model

(1) Haines, Elizabeth; (2) Stroessner, Steve; (3) Deaux, Kay; (4) Lemoncelli, Ashley; (5) Lofaro, Nicole

(1) Professor. Department of Psychology. William Paterson University. Wayne, New Jersey. United States of America.; (2) Professor. Department of Psychology. Barnard College. New York. United States of America.; (3) Professor. Department of Psychology. City University of New York. New York. United States of America.; (4) Researcher. Department of Psychology. William Paterson University. Wayne, New Jersey. United States of America.; (5) Researcher. Department of Psychology. William Paterson University. Wayne, New Jersey. United States of America.

221/5902 The fairy tale of the Queen Bee: How organizations contribute to the lack of support

(1) Faniko, Klea; (2) Ellemers, Naomi; (3) Derks, Belle

(1) Postdoctoral researcher. Social Psychology. University of Utrecht. Utrecht. The Netherlands; (2) Professor. Social Psychology. University of Utrecht. Utrecht. The Netherlands.; (3) Professor. Social Psychology. University of Utrecht. Utrecht. The Netherlands.

221/5903 Regulating work and family roles: The role of regulatory focus and minimal vs. maximal goals

(1) Meeussen, Loes; (2) van Laar, Colette

(1) Postdoctoral researcher. Center for Social and Cultural psychology. University of Leuven. Leuven. Belgium.; (2) Professor. Center for Social and Cultural psychology. University of Leuven. Leuven. Belgium.

221/5904 Emphasizing the benefits of combining work and family reduces guilt among working parents

(1) Aarntzen, Elisabeth; (2) Van Steenbergen, Elianne; (3) Derks, Belle; (4) van der Lippe, Tanja

(1) PhD student. Social Psychology. University of Utrecht. Utrecht. The Netherlands; (2) Professor. Social Psychology. University of Utrecht. Utrecht. The Netherlands.; (3) Professor. Social Psychology. University of Utrecht. Utrecht. The Netherlands.; (4) Professor. Social Sciences. University of Utrecht. Utrecht. The Netherlands.

221/5905 Are women’s possible selves constrained by men’s (relative lack of) domestic involvement?

(1) Croft, Alyssa; (2) Schmader, Toni; (3) Block, Katharina

(1) Professor. Psychology Department. University of Arizona. Tucson, Arizona. United States of America.; (2) Professor. Department of Psychology. University of British Columbia. Vancouver. Canada.; (3) PhD student. Department of Psychology. University of British Columbia. Vancouver. Canada.

221/131 - Sex, drugs, and modern dance: Understanding the dynamics of interpersonal status through social network analysis

Room: Andalucía I

Can dancing, drinking, and sexual promiscuity foster social ties and interpersonal status? This symposium presents social network analysis as a state-of-the-art method for complementing traditional self-report measures, which can expand our knowledge of young adolescents’ and adults’ social psychological worlds.

Chair
Lysann Zander
Education and Psychology. Freie Universität and Social Psychology. New York University. Berlin. Germany.

221/13101 Friendships, Personality, Sexual Behavior, and Group Identity in Fraternities and Sororities: Longitudinal Social Network Analyses

(1) Webster, Gregory; (2) Ewell, Patrick; (3) Rosanna E., Rosanna E.; (4) Smith, C. Veronica; (5) Novell, Corinne A.

(1) Social Psychology, University of Florida, Gainesville, United States; (2) Kenyon College, Gambier, Ohio, United States; (3) Psychology, University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson, United States; (4) Psychology, University of Mississippi, Oxford, Mississippi, United States; (5) Psychology, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, United States

221/13102 Popular Till You Puke: Alcohol Misuse and Personality Traits Facilitate College Social Network Structure

(1) Clifton, Allan; (2) Townsend, Laura

(1) Department of Psychological Science, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, New York, United States; (2) Department of Psychological Science, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, New York, United States

221/13103 Me, Us, and Them: Testing Sociometer Theory in a Socially Diverse Real-Life Context

(1) Reitz, Anne K.; (2) Motti-Stefanidi, Frosso; (3) B. Asendorpf, Jens

(1) Columbia Aging Center, Columbia University, New York City, United States; (2) Faculty of Psychology, School of Philosophy, University of Athens, Athens, Greece; (3) Department of Psychology, Humboldt University Berlin, Berlin, Germany

221/13104 How social networks mediate the effect of a dance intervention on students’ sense of belonging

(1) Zander, Lysann; (2) Kreutzmann, Madeleine; (3) Webster, Gregory D.; (4) Hannover, Bettina

(1) Education & Psychology, Freie Universität Berlin; Social Psychology, New York University Berlin, Germany; (2) Education & Psychology, Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin, Germany; (3) Professor, Social Psychology, University of Florida, Gainesville, United States; (4) Education & Psychology, Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin, Germany

221/13105 Discussion of Contributions

(1) Hoorens, Vera

(1) Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, University of Leuven, Leuven, Netherlands