Symposia: Presentations VI

Thursday 6 July
11.10 - 12.50 h.
 

 

221/53 - Engaged followership: Conceptual and empirical extensions

Room: Manuel Falla

This symposium presents conceptual and empirical developments of the notion of ‘engaged followership’ covering such diverse topics as leadership, obedience, radicalization, sporting performance and the behaviour of experimental participants. Overall it provides a general understanding of the psychology of authority.

Chair
Stephen D. Reicher
Psychologist. School of Psychology and Neuroscience. University of St. Andrews. St. Andrews. United Kingdom.

221/5301 Emotional Engagement: The uses of humiliation in the mobilisation speeches of B.R. Ambedkar

(1) Jogdand, Yashpal

(1) Psychologist, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, India

221/5302 Attending to both the Experimenter and the Learner in a VR replication of Milgram’s studies

(1) Birney, Megan

(1) Psychologist, Department of Psychology, University of Chester at University Centre Shrewsbury, Shrewsbury, UK

221/5303 ISIS and the cycle of violence: An engaged followership analysis of radicalisation

(1) Reicher, Stephen D.; (2) Padwal, Madhura

(1) Psychologist, School of Psychology and Neuroscience, University of St. Andrews, St. Andrews, UK; (2) Psychologist, School of Psychology and Neuroscience, University of St. Andrews, St. Andrews, UK

221/5304 The power of ‘us’: Leaders’ confidence in ‘us’ inspires team members’ team confidence and performance

(1) Fransen, Katrien; (2) VANBESELAERE, Norbert; (3) de Cuyper, Bert; (4) Boen, Filip

(1) Psychologist, Department of Psychology, KU Leuven, Leuven, Belgium; (2) Psychologist, Department of Psychology, KU Leuven, Leuven, Belgium; (3) Psychologist, Department of Psychology, KU Leuven, Leuven, Belgium; (4) Psychologist, Department of Psychology, KU Leuven, Leuven, Belgium

221/5305 Experiments as a site of engaged leadership and engaged followership

(1) Haslam, S. Alexander

(1) School of Psychology. University of Queensland. Brisbane. Australia.

221/52 - Social influences on the regulation of emotion

Room: Machuca

Building on previous, individual-focused work on emotion regulation, recent research has examined the social influences on emotion-regulatory processes. This symposium proposes three different perspectives on such influences: intergroup- and interpersonal-level motivational influences, regulation of emotional influence, and unmotivated social influences.

Chair
Ruthie Pliskin
Social Psychologist. Department of Psychology. New York University. New York, NY, USA.

221/5201 Right and left of emotion regulation choice: Disengaging from harm to the ingroup and outgroup

(1) Pliskin, Ruthie; (2) Halperin, Eran; (3) Bar-Tal, Daniel; (4) Sheppes, Gal

(1) Department of Psychology. New York University. New York, NY, USA; (2) Ivcher School of Psychology. Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya. Herzliya, Israel.; (3) School of Education. Tel Aviv University. Tel Aviv-Jaffa, Israel.; (4) School of Psychological Sciences. Tel Aviv University. Tel Aviv-Jaffa, Israel

221/5202 Empathy is a choice: People spontaneously avoid empathy

(1) Cameron, Christopher; (2) Hutcherson, Cendri; (3) Ferguson, Amanda M.; (4) Scheffer, Julian A.; (5) Inzlicht, Michael

(1) Department of Psychology. The Pennsylvania State University. University Park, PA, USA.; (2) Department of Psychology. University of Toronto. Toronto, ON, Canada.; (3) Department of Psychology. University of Toronto. Toronto, ON, Canada.; (4) Department of Psychology. The Pennsylvania State University. University Park, PA, USA.; (5) Department of Psychology. University of Toronto. Toronto, ON, Canada.

221/5203 Emotion contagion: A motivated account

(1) Goldenberg, Amit; (2) Halperin, Eran; (3) Gross, James J.

(1) Department of Psychology. Stanford University. Palo Alto, CA, USA.; (2) Ivcher School of Psychology. Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya. Herzliya, Israel.; (3) Department of Psychology. Stanford University. Palo Alto, CA, USA.

221/5204 Interpersonal effects of regulated emotions

(1) Parkinson, Brian

(1) Department of Experimental Psychology. University of Oxford. Oxford, UK.

221/5205 The role of social context in regulating humiliation

(1) Fischer, Agneta; (2) Mann, Liesbeth; (3) Feddes, Allard; (4) Doosje, Bertjan

(1) Programme group Social Psychology. University of Amsterdam. Amsterdam, the Netherlands.; (2) Programme group Social Psychology. University of Amsterdam. Amsterdam, the Netherlands.; (3) Programme group Social Psychology. University of Amsterdam. Amsterdam, the Netherlands.; (4) Programme group Social Psychology. University of Amsterdam. Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

221/67 - Perceptions of Morality across Group Lines

Room: Picasso

The current symposium examines perceptions of morality across group lines, providing novel insight as to how different outgroups are perceived in terms of their moral virtue, and potential downstream effects of such perceptions.

Chair
Saulo Fernández Arregui
Assistant Professor. Department of Social and Organizational Psychology. Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia. UNED. Madrid. Spain.

221/6701 Justice Agents: Members of Discriminated Groups are Perceived to be Highly Committed to Social Justice

(1) Saguy, Tamar; (2) Fernández, Saulo; (3) Shany, Aviv; (4) Branscombe, Nyla

(1) Associate professor. Psychology Department. Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) Herzliya. Israel.; (2) Assistant Professor. Department of Social and Organizational Psychology. Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia, UNED. Madrid. Spain.; (3) Graduate student. Department of Psychology. The Hebrew University. Jerusalem. Israel.; (4) Professor. Department of Psychology. The University of Kansas. Lawrence. USA.

221/6702 Naïve Moral Realism: A source of negative moral attributions and intolerance across group lines

(1) Reifen Tagar, Michal

(1) Assistant Professor. Psychology Department. Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) Herzliya. Israel.

221/6703 Gendered Morality stereotypes, In-Group Favoritism, and In-Group Identification

(1) Garcia, Randi; (2) Leach, Colin W.; (3) Carraro, Luciana

(1) Assistant Professor. Psychology Department. Smith College. Northampton. USA.; (2) PhD Department of Psychology University of Connecticut, USA; (3) Post-doc fellow. Department of Psychology. University of Padova. Italy.

221/6704 I am pleased when you act immorally!: Paradoxical effects of outgroup (im)morality

(1) Brambilla, Marco; (2) Sacchi, Simona; (3) Graupmann, Verena

(1) Assistant Professor. Department of Psychology. University of Milano-Bicocca. Milan. Italy.; (2) Associate Professor. Department of Psychology. University of Milano-Bicocca. Milan. Italy.; (3) Assistant Professor. Department of Psychology. DePaul University. Chicago. USA.

221/6705 Symposium's General Discussion

(1) Branscombe, Nyla

(1) Professor. Department of Psychology. The University of Kansas. Lawrence. USA.

221/56 - Sexual prejudice across EU: beliefs, language, and norms

Room: Dinner 1

This symposium addresses the sexual prejudice across time in EU countries, and studies the cognitive, social, political and cultural underpinnings that promote old-fashion prejudice towards homosexuals and more strategic forms of sexual prejudice that prevent homosexuals from benefitting civil rights.

Chair
Andrea Carnaghi
Associate Professor. Department of Life Sciences. University of Trieste. Trieste. Italy.

221/5601 The Decline of Homophobia in Europe and the US: Examining Possible Causes

(1) Bartos, Sebastian Eric; (2) Hegarty, Peter; (3) Fife-Schaw, Chris

(1) University of Surrey; (2) University of Surrey; (3) University of Surrey

221/5602 Appeals to nature’ in marriage equality debates: A content analysis of traditional and social media

(1) O'Connor, Cliodhna

(1) Maynooth University

221/5603 Biological theory of sexual orientation, gay people’s dehumanization and sexual prejudice

(1) Falomir Pichastor, Juan M; (2) Berent, Jacques

(1) University of Geneva; (2) University of Geneva

221/5604 The role of heteronormative ideology in supporting the beliefs on children raised by gay-male couples

(1) Carnaghi, Andrea; (2) Anderson, Joel

(1) University of Trieste; (2) Australian Catholic University

221/5605 The impact of homophobic labels on gay men’ homophobia and body image: Coming-out as moderator

(1) Bianchi, Mauro

(1) Lusofona University, COPELABS

221/49 - Social Identity in a Globalizing World: innovations in the field of dual and multiple identities

Room: Dinner 2

We will present innovative research on multiple identities: intersections of inherited and achieved identities, acceptance of minorities’ dual identity claims at school, dual identity and collective action motivation, dual identity groups as potential gateways, and a discussion by Marilynn Brewer.

Chair
Aharon Levy
Psychologist. Heymans Institute for Psychological Research. University of Groningen. Groningen. The Netherlands & The School of Psychology. The Interdisciplinary Center. Herzliya. Israel.

221/4901 Status conflict: When gender and professional status conflict

(1) Chipeaux, Marion; (2) Kulich, Clara; (3) Iacoviello, Vincenzo; (4) Lorenzi-Cioldi, Fabio

(1) Psychologist. Unité de psychologie sociale. Université de Genève. Genève. Switzerland; (2) Psychologist. Unité de psychologie sociale. Université de Genève. Genève. Switzerland; (3) Psychologist. Department of Psychology. University of Groningen. Groningen. The Netherlands; (4) Psychologist. Unité de psychologie sociale. Université de Genève. Genève. Switzerland

221/4902 When dual identity claims are accepted in schools: Long-term effects on minority adjustment and performance

(1) Hillekens, Jessie; (2) Celeste, Laura; (3) Baysu, Gülseli; (4) Phalet, Karen

(1) University of Leuven, Leuven, Belgium.; (2) Psychologist. Social and Cultural Psychology Unit. University of Leuven. Leuven. Belgium; (3) Psychologist. Psychology Department. Kadir Has University. Istanbul. Turkey; (4) Psychologist. Social and Cultural Psychology Unit. University of Leuven. Leuven. Belgium

221/4903 Feeling included but invisible: Common, but not dual, identity undermines collective action among disadvantaged-group members.

(1) Ufkes, Elze; (2) Dovidio, John

(1) Psychologist. Psychology of Conflict, Risk & Safety. University of Twente. Enschede. The Netherlands; (2) Psychologist. Department of Psychology. Yale University. New Haven. USA

221/4904 Ingroups, Outgroups, and the Gateway-Groups Between: The Potential of Dual Identities to Improve Intergroup Relations

(1) Levy, Aharon; (2) Saguy, Tamar; (3) van Zomeren, Martijn; (4) Halperin, Eran

(1) Psychologist. Heymans Institute for Psychological Research. University of Groningen. Groningen. The Netherlands & The School of Psychology. The Interdisciplinary Center. Herzliya. Israel; (2) Psychologist. The School of Psychology. The Interdisciplinary Center. Herzliya. Israel; (3) Psychologist. Heymans Institute for Psychological Research. University of Groningen. Groningen. The Netherlands; (4) Psychologist. The School of Psychology. The Interdisciplinary Center. Herzliya. Israel

221/4905 Discussant

(1) Brewer, Marilynn

(1) Psychologist. Department of Psychology. Ohio State University. Columbus. USA

221/182 - Approach/avoidance compatibility effect and approach/avoidance training: underlying mechanisms and boundary conditions

Room: Andalucía III

Previous work demonstrated approach/avoidance compatibility and training effects. We will present recent work testing the underlying mechanisms and boundary conditions of these effects. By presenting somewhat divergent results and accounts, our goal is to further our understanding of these effects.

Chair
Dominique Muller
Professor of psychology. LIP/PC2S. Université Grenoble Alpes. France.

221/18201 Understanding action tendencies to approach and avoid: A default explanation versus an affective recoding account

(1) Rotteveel, Mark

(1) Professor of psychology, Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences, University of Amsterdam

221/18202 A grounded cognition framework for approach/avoidance tendencies.

(1) Rougier, Marine; (2) Muller, Dominique; (3) Ric, François; (4) Alexopoulos, Theodore; (5) Aubé, Benoite; (6) Batailler, Cédric

(1) Psychologist. Graduate student. Department of psychology. Université Grenoble Alpes. France.; (2) Professor of psychology. Department of Psychology. Université Grenoble Alpes. France.; (3) Professor of psychology. Department of Psychology. Université de Bordeaux. France.; (4) Assistant professor in psychology. Psychology Institute. Université Paris Descartes. France.; (5) Post doc in Psychology. Faculté de Psychologie et des Sciences de l’Education. Université Catholique de Louvain. Belgium.; (6) PhD Student. LIP-PC2S. Department of Psychology. University Grenoble Alpes. Grenoble. France.

221/18203 Implicit approach/avoidance of stereotyped group predicts decisions towards its individual members

(1) Ric, François

(1) Professor of psychology. Department of Psychology. Université de Bordeaux. France.

221/18204 Approach-Avoidance training of drinks consumption - testing determinants of the effect

(1) Krishna, Anand; (2) Eder, Andreas

(1) Psychologist. Graduate student. Department of Psychology. Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg; (2) Professor of psychology. Graduate student. Department of Psychology. Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg

221/18205 Approach and avoidance Training Effects: The role of inferential processes

(1) Van Dessel, Pieter; (2) de Houwer, Jan

(1) Psychologist. Department of experimental clinical and health psychology. Ghent University. Belgium.; (2) Professor of psychologist. Department of experimental clinical and health psychology. Ghent University. Belgium.

221/89 - Stigma and social relationships from the target’s perspective

Room: Andalucía II

Does stigma affect how we form, experience and maintain relationships? The aim of this symposium is to address this question and explore mechanisms by which stigma affects social relationships as well as individual and contextual factors that moderate these links.

Chair
David Matthew Doyle
Lecturer in Social Psychology. Department of Psychology. University of Exeter. Exeter. United Kingdom.

221/8901 What is couple-level minority stress and how does it impact the health of same-sex couples?

(1) Frost, David; (2) LeBlanc, Allen J.

(1) Lecturer in Social and Health Psychology. School of Psychology. University of Surrey. Guildford. United Kingdom.; (2) Professor of Sociology. Health Equity Institute. San Francisco State University. San Francisco. United States.

221/8902 How exposure to sexism affects women’s relationships with peers

(1) Barreto, Manuela; (2) Darden, Safi; (3) Dimitriou, Elena; (4) Atkinson, Mark

(1) Professor. Department of Psychology. University of Exeter. Exeter. United Kingdom.; (2) Lecturer. Department of Psychology. University of Exeter. Exeter. United Kingdom.; (3) Doctoral Student. Department of Psychology. University of Exeter. Exeter. United Kingdom.; (4) Associate Research Fellow. Department of Psychology. University of Exeter. Exeter. United Kingdom.

221/8903 Effect of stigma and concealment on avoidant friendship orientation and intimate relational behavior

(1) Richman, Laura; (2) Lattanner, Micah R.

(1) Assistant Professor. Department of Psychology and Neuroscience. Duke University. Durham. United States.; (2) Doctoral Student. Department of Psychology and Neuroscience. Duke University. Durham. United States.

221/8904 Understanding context in the link between perceived stigma and social health: Moderation by structural stigma

(1) Doyle, David Matthew; (2) Molix, Lisa

(1) Lecturer in Social Psychology. Department of Psychology. University of Exeter. Exeter. United Kingdom.; (2) Associate Professor. Department of Psychology. Tulane University. New Orleans. United States.

221/130 - Worldviews. What are they? What do we know about them? Why do they matter?

Room: Seminar

This symposium introduces the concept and latest empirical research on worldviews, and applies them to pressing social issues. It features philosophical insights and empirical studies, new worldview models and critical extensions of existing models, and proposes an integrated theoretical framework.

Chair
Paul Bain
School of Psychology and Counselling. Queensland University of Technology (QUT). Brisbane. Australia.

221/13001 Beliefs about the world and social change: An overview and extension of worldview models

(1) Bain, Paul

(1) School of Psychology, , Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Brisbane, Australia

221/13002 The predictive power of the sub-dimensions of social dominance orientation in explaining environmental apathy

(1) Milfont, Taciano L.; (2) Stanley, Samantha K.; (3) Wilson, Marc S.; (4) Sibley, Chris G.

(1) School of Psychology, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand; (2) School of Psychology, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand; (3) School of Psychology, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand; (4) School of Psychology, University of Auckland, New Zealand

221/13003 “The therapeutic worldview” and its discontents: Only a new worldview can save us now?

(1) Madsen, Ole Jacob

(1) Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway

221/13004 Working with worldviews: Using the science of worldviews for improving communication, collaboration, and creative innovation.

(1) de Witt, Annick

(1) Psychologist, Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands

221/129 - Trauma and religious belief

Room: Andalucía I

"This symposium presents three studies—a cross-cultural survey, a longitudinal study, and an experiment—that provide some evidence for the hypothesis that religion is motivated by traumatic experiences.
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Chair
Jamin Halberstadt
Department of Psychology. University of Otago. Dunedin. New Zealand.

221/12905 Can we compare religiosity across cultures in traumatic life-event studies at all?

(1) Bluemke, Matthias; (2) Jong, Jonathan; (3) Halberstadt, Jamin

(1) GESIS Leibniz Institute of the Social Sciences, Mannheim. Germany; (2) Research Fellow, Coventry University, UK; (3) Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand

221/12901 Traumatic life events and religiosity in eight countries

(1) Jong, Jonathan; (2) Ross, Robert; (3) McKay, Ryan; (4) Halberstadt, Jamin

(1) Research Fellow, Coventry University, UK; (2) Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Royal Holloway University of London; (3) Reader, Royal Holloway University of London; (4) Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand

221/12902 Death salience moderates the effect of trauma on religiosity

(1) Halberstadt, Jamin; (2) Morris Trainor, Zoe; (3) Jong, Jonathan

(1) Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand; (2) Department of Psychology, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand; (3) Research Fellow, Coventry University, UK

221/12903 The relationship between life events and religiosity: A priming study

(1) Ross, Robert; (2) McKay, Ryan; (3) Jong, Jonathan; (4) Halberstadt, Jamin

(1) Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Royal Holloway University of London; (2) Reader, Royal Holloway University of London; (3) Research Fellow, Coventry University, UK; (4) Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand