Symposia: Presentations VII

Thursday 6 July
14.30 - 16.10 h.
 

 

221/76 - Men and stereotypes

Room: Manuel Falla

This symposium brings together research on the relatively unexplored area of effects of stereotypes on men, and discusses the effect of (status) threat and (implicit) associations between men and communality on men and the larger society.

Chair
Sanne Van Grootel
PhD Student. Center for Social and Cultural Psychology. University of Leuven. Leuven. Belgium.

221/7601 Changing stereotypes/changing values: Men identify with communion when communion ≠ female

(1) Block, Katharina; (2) Schmader, Toni

(1) PhD Student. Department of Psychology. University of British Columbia. Vancouver. Canada.; (2) Professor. Department of Psychology. University of British Columbia. Vancouver. Canada.

221/7602 Affirming communal manhood to buffer masculinity threat and increase male engagement in communal roles

(1) Van Grootel, Sanne; (2) van Laar, Colette; (3) Meeussen, Loes; (4) Veldman, Jenny

(1) PhD Student. Center for Social and Cultural Psychology. University of Leuven. Leuven. Belgium.; (2) Professor. Center for Social and Cultural Psychology. University of Leuven. Leuven. Belgium.; (3) Post Doctoral researcher. Center for Social and Cultural Psychology. University of Leuven. Leuven. Belgium.; (4) PhD Student. Center for Social and Cultural Psychology. University of Leuven. Leuven. Belgium.

221/7603 Zero sum beliefs and resistance to gender fair workplace policies

(1) Bosson, Jennifer; (2) Vandello, Joseph; (3) Kuchynka, Sophie; (4) Puryear, Curtis

(1) Associate Professor. Department of psychology. University of South Florida. Tampa. USA.; (2) Professor. Department of psychology. University of South Florida. Tampa. USA.; (3) PhD Student. Department of psychology. University of South Florida. Tampa. USA.; (4) PhD Student. Department of psychology. University of South Florida. Tampa. USA.

221/7604 Structural predictors of the domestic division of labor: A dyadic approach

(1) Gartzia, Leire; (2) van Laar, Colette; (3) Schmader, Toni

(1) Assistant professor. Department of People Management in Organizations. Deusto Business school, University of Deusto. Bilbao. Spain.; (2) Professor. Center for Social and Cultural Psychology. University of Leuven. Leuven. Belgium.; (3) Professor. Department of Psychology. University of British Columbia. Vancouver. Canada.

221/7605 One woman’s success being her man’s loss: The impact of partner dynamics on relational outcomes

(1) Vink, Melissa; (2) Derks, Belle; (3) Ellemers, Naomi; (4) van der Lippe, Tanja

(1) PhD Student. Social, Health and Organizational psychology. Utrecht University. Utrecht. The Netherlands.; (2) Professor. Social, Health and Organizational psychology. Utrecht University. Utrecht. The Netherlands.; (3) Professor. Social, Health and Organizational psychology. Utrecht University. Utrecht. The Netherlands.; (4) Professor. Department of Sociology. Utrecht University. Utrecht. The Netherlands.

221/196 - Explicit effects on implicit attitudes: New perspectives on mechanisms of attitude formation and change

Room: Machuca

Once considered impervious to explicit influences, mounting evidence suggests that implicit attitudes are strongly influenced by explicit factors. This symposium features new research on how explicit processes can influence implicit attitudes and highlights novel theoretical accounts to understand this interplay.

Chair
David Amodio
Psychologist. Department of Psychology. University of Amsterdam. Amsterdam. The Netherlands.

221/19601 What factors contribute to the effect of choice behavior on attitude formation?

(1) Bar-Anan, Yoav

(1) Psychologist. Department of Psychology. Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. Beer-Sheva. Israel

221/19602 Instrumental learning of attitudes and traits: Neural substrates and implications for choice

(1) Amodio, David; (2) Hackel, Leor

(1) Psychologist. Department of Psychology. University of Amsterdam. Amsterdam. The Netherlands.; (2) Psychologist. Department of Psychology. Stanford University. Stanford, CA. USA.

221/19603 Change We Must Believe In: The role of believability in updating implicit first impressions

(1) Cone, Jeremy; (2) Ferguson, Melissa

(1) Psychologist. Department of Psychology. Williams College. Williamstown, MA. USA.; (2) Psychologist. Department of Psychology. Cornell University. Ithaca, MA. USA.

221/19604 Implicit attitudes can shift propositionally

(1) Kurdi, Benedek; (2) Banaji, Mahzarin

(1) Psychologist. Department of Psychology. Harvard University. Cambridge, MA. USA.; (2) Psychologist. Department of Psychology. Harvard University. Cambridge, MA. USA.

221/19605 The impact of ambivalence on attitude acquisition and change via evaluative conditioning

(1) Berger, Katharina Theresa; (2) Hütter, Mandy

(1) Psychologist. Department of Psychology. University of Tübingen. German; (2) Psychologist. Department of Psychology. University of Tübingen. Germany

221/201 - Predictors of and Responses to Violent Radicalisation

Room: Picasso

"This symposium examines the dynamics of violent radicalisation and co-radicalisation. Five talks discuss 1) why individuals support radical groups and 2) responses to violent acts that may undermine harmonious intergroup relations and enforce outgroup members’ violent radicalisation.
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Chairs
Sandy Schumann
Social Psychologist. Post-doctoral Research Associate. Department of Experimental Psychology. University of Oxford. Oxford. United Kingdom.

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

221/20101 Do radical groups attract people with specific psychological needs? An empirical exploration

(1) Doosje, Bertjan; (2) van der Veen, Jaap; (3) Macdougall, Alex; (4) Feddes, Allard; (5) Nickolson, Lars

(1) Professor. University of Amsterdam. Amsterdam. The Netherlands.; (2) Master student. University of Amsterdam. Amsterdam. The Netherlands.; (3) University of Manchester. Manchester. United Kingdom.; (4) Post-doctoral researcher. University of Amsterdam. Amsterdam. The Netherlands.; (5) University of Amsterdam. Amsterdam. The Netherlands.

221/20102 The Process of Reactive Co-Radicalisation: How Perceived Threat Facilitates Support for Radical Groups

(1) Schumann, Sandy; (2) Hanke, Katja; (3) Boer, Diana; (4) Liu, James

(1) University of Oxford; (2) Senior Researcher. GESIS - Leibniz-Institute for the Social Sciences. Mannheim. Germany.; (3) Professor, University of Koblenz-Landau, Koblenz, Germany; (4) Professor, Massey University, Auckland, New Zealand

221/20103 Je suis… affected? How Islamophobia and emotional reactions to terrorist attacks shape sociopolitical attitudes

(1) Flade, Felicitas; (2) Ghilani, Djouaria; (3) Lamberty, Pia

(1) Doctoral student. University of Cologne. Cologne. Germany.; (2) Doctoral student. Université Libre de Bruxelles. Brussels. Belgium.; (3) Doctoral student. University of Mainz. Mainz. Germany.

221/20104 Mobilisation? What mobilisation? How did the French society respond to the terrorist attacks in January 2015: a mobilisation nexus studied online

(1) Ernst-Vintila, Andreea; (2) Ratinaud, Pierre; (3) Smyrnaios, Nikos; (4) Licata, Laurent; (5) Macovei, Irina

(1) Associate Professor. Laboratoire Parisien de Psychologie Sociale. Université Paris Ouest. Paris. France.; (2) Laboratoire d'Études et de Recherches Appliquées en Sciences Sociales. Université Paul Sabatier Toulouse 3. Toulouse. France.; (3) Laboratoire d'Études et de Recherches Appliquées en Sciences Sociales. Université Paul Sabatier Toulouse 3. Toulouse. France.; (4) Professor. Centre de Recherche en Psychologie Sociale et Interculturelle. Université Libre de Bruxelles. Brussels. Belgium.; (5) University of Iasi. Iasi. Romania.

221/20105 Intergroup Kali Morality in a violent intergroup conflict: Explicit and implicit double moral standards

(1) Klar, Yechiel; (2) Sevitt, Itai; (3) Schori-Eyal, Noa

(1) Professor. Tel Aviv University. Tel Aviv. Israel.; (2) Tel Aviv University. Tel Aviv. Israel.; (3) Post-doctoral researcher. Interdisciplinary Center Herzeliya. Herzliya. Israel.

221/180 - The body politic: Visceral reactions to mistreatment

Room: Dinner 1

A variety of methods are used to examine how mistreatment produces various visceral reactions in body (neuroendocrine, EEG/ERP, cardiovascular), mind (attention, affect, emotion, action tendencies), and action (aggression, persistence, help, confrontation, protest).

Chair
Daan Scheepers
Associate Professor of Social Psychology. Department of Social and Organizational Psychology. Leiden University. Leiden. The Netherlands.

221/18001 The hormonal impact of differing degrees of social exclusion

(1) Harris, Lasana; (2) Duffy, Korrina; (3) Stanton, Steve; (4) Chartrand, Tanya; (5) Niconchuk, Mike; (6) Guinote, Ana

(1) University College London, London, UK; (2) Duke University; (3) Oakland University; (4) Duke University; (5) University College London; (6) University College London

221/18002 Police Violence and Black Protest: Attention, Relevance, Visceral Reactions

(1) Leach, Colin W.; (2) Reinka, Mora

(1) University of Connecticut; (2) University of Connecticut

221/18003 Physiological responses to social identity threat

(1) Scheepers, Daan

(1) Leiden University, Leiden, the Netherlands

221/18004 Managing Emotions in the Face of Discrimination: Implications for Individual and Group Outcomes

(1) Richeson, Jennifer; (2) Levy, Dorainne; (3) Bodenhausen, Galen; (4) Craig, Maureen

(1) Yale University; (2) Indiana University; (3) Northwestern University; (4) New York University

221/164 - The psychology of living abroad and coming home: Identity, interpersonal relations, and socio-cultural adaptation

Room: Dinner 2

This symposium illuminates the psychological experience of living abroad and then returning home. The talks demonstrate how living abroad can alter the self-concept and change the dynamics of our interpersonal relationships, which often make returning home a stressful experience.

Chair
Matthew Easterbrook
Lecturer in Psychology. School of Psychology. University of Sussex. Brighton. United Kingdom.

221/16401 Is self stability related to the experience of living abroad? A 10-year longitudinal study

(1) Crocetti, Elisabetta; (2) Rubini, Monica; (3) Meeus, Wim; (4) Branje, Susan

(1) Senior Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, Alma Mater Studiorum University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy; (2) Alma Mater Studiorum University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy; (3) Utrecht University, The Netherlands; Tilburg University, The Netherlands; (4) Utrecht University, The Netherlands;

221/16402 Host nation identification as the foundation for nourishing host-national relationships among international students

(1) Easterbrook, Matthew; (2) Geeraert, Nicolas

(1) Lecturer in Psychology, School of Psychology, University of Sussex, Brighton, UK; (2) Senior Lecturer, Department of Psychology, University of Essex, Colecester, UK

221/16403 A dyad approach on immigrant mothers’ and adolescents’ socio-cultural adaptation

(1) Titzmann, Peter; (2) Gniewosz, Burkhard

(1) Professor of Developmental Psychology, Department of Psychology, Leibniz University Hanover, Germany; (2) University of Salzburg, Austria

221/16404 Culture shock and reverse culture shock: A longitudinal analysis of stress trajectories during and post

(1) Geeraert, Nicolas; (2) Demes, Kali

(1) Senior Lecturer, Department of Psychology, University of Essex, Colecester, UK; (2) University of Essex, Colecester, UK

221/16405 Coming back, coming home? Cross-cultural re-entry problems indicate a shift in cultural identity

(1) Kranz, Dirk; (2) Schlack, Alexandra; (3) Smaczny, Arne

(1) Departmental Psychology; Universitaet Trier; Germany; (2) Departmental Psychology; Universitaet Trier; Germany; (3) Departmental Psychology; Universitaet Trier; Germany

221/183 - Generalization of learning: Exploring its manifestation and the factors that affect it.

Room: Andalucía III

This symposium examines how learning by experience (evaluative-conditioning, self-referencing, predictive learning) is generalized to novel stimuli. We elaborate on different types of generalization (e.g. perceptual, cue-based, symbolic/intersecting regularities) and examine different moderators and mediators of generalization (e.g. psychological distance).

Chair
Hadar Ram
Psychologist. PhD Student. School of Psychological Science. Tel Aviv University. Tel Aviv. Israel.

221/18301 On the Symbolic Generalization of Likes and Dislikes

(1) Hughes, Sean; (2) Barnes-Holmes, Dermot; (3) De Almeida, João Henrique; (4) Stewart, Ian; (5) de Houwer, Jan

(1) Psychologist. Dr. Department of Experimental Clinical and Health Psychology. Ghent University. Ghent. Belgium.; (2) Psychologist. Prof. Psychologist. Department of Experimental Clinical and Health Psychology. Ghent University. Ghent. Belgium; (3) Psychologist. Dr. Department of Psychology. Universidade Federal De Sao Carlos. Sao Carlos. Brazil.; (4) Psychologist. Dr. School of Psychology. National University of Ireland Galway. Galway. Ireland.; (5) Psychologist. Prof. Department of Experimental Clinical and Health Psychology. Ghent University. Ghent. Belgium.

221/18302 Rule - and Similarity-Based Generalization of Evaluations Acquired Through Evaluative Conditioning

(1) Högden, Fabia; (2) Unkelbach, Christian; (3) Stahl, Christoph

(1) Psychologist. PhD student. Social Cognition Center Cologne. University of Cologne. Cologne. Germany.; (2) Psychologist. Prof. Social Cognition Center Cologne. University of Cologne. Cologne. Germany.; (3) Psychologist. Prof. Department of Psychology. University of Cologne. Cologne. Germany.

221/18303 Acquisition and Application of Generalized Attitudes in Evaluative Conditioning

(1) Hütter, Mandy; (2) Berger, Katharina; (3) Kutzner, Florian; (4) Fiedler, Klaus

(1) Psychologist. Prof. Department of Psychology. University of Tübingen. Tübingen. Germany.; (2) Psychologist. PhD student. Department of Psychology. University of Tübingen. Tübingen. Germany.; (3) Psychologist. Prof. Institute of Psychology. University of Heidelberg. Heidelberg. Germany; (4) Psychologist. Prof. Institute of Psychology. University of Heidelberg. Heidelberg. Germany

221/18304 Transferring the Self Referencing Effect Across Stimuli via Intersecting Regularities

(1) Mattavelli, Simone; (2) Richetin, Juliette; (3) Perugini, Marco

(1) PhD Student. Department of Psychology. University of Milan-Bicocca. Milan. Italy.; (2) Psychologist. Dr. Department of Psychology. University of Milan-Bicocca. Milan. Italy.; (3) Psychologis. Prof. Department of Psychology. University of Milan-Bicocca. Milan. Italy.

221/18305 Generalization Gradient as a Function of Psychological Distance

(1) Ram, Hadar; (2) Liberman, Nira; (3) Struyf, Dieter; (4) Vervliet, Bram

(1) Psychologist. PhD Student. School of Psychological Science. Tel Aviv University. Tel Aviv. Israel; (2) Psychologist. Prof. School of P Psychological Science. Tel Aviv University. Tel Aviv. Israel; (3) Psychologist. Dr. Centre for Psychology of Learning and Experimental Psychopathology. Leuven University. Leuven. Belgium.; (4) Psychologist. Prof. Centre for Psychology of Learning and Experimental Psychopathology. Leuven University. Leuven. Belgium.

221/146 - Forgiving a close other in high risky situations

Room: Andalucía II

This symposium examines the positive and negative consequences of forgiveness, depending on the risky situations in which it occurs. Forgiveness has a protective role in divorce, workplace offences, and infidelity. However, in a domestic violence context, forgiveness has negative consequences.

Chair
Inmaculada Valor-Segura
Associate Professor. Department of Social Psychology. University of Granada. Spain.

221/14601 The role of partner forgiveness in Intimate Partner violence

(1) Regalia, Camillo; (2) Crapolicchio, Eleonora; (3) Baldry, Anna Costanza; (4) Cinquegrana, Vincenza

(1) Full Professor. Department of Psychology. Catholic University of Sacred Heart. Milan. Italy; (2) PhD student. Department of Psychology. Catholic University of Sacred Heart. Milan. Italy; (3) Associate Professor. Department of Psychology Second University of Naples- Federico II. Italy; (4) PhD. student. Department of Psychology Second University of Naples- Federico II. Italy

221/14602 The protective effect of forgiveness following parental divorce

(1) van der Wal, Reine; (2) Finkenauer, Catrin

(1) Assistant Professor. Department of Social and Organizational Psychology. Utrecht University. Utrecht. Netherlands; (2) Professor. Department of Interdisciplinary Social Science. Utrecht University. Utrecht. Netherlands

221/14603 Pathways from forgiveness to well-being at the workplace: Does gender and hierarchical status matter?

(1) Paleari, Giorgia; (2) Brambilla, Maria; (3) Fincham, Frank

(1) Assistant Professor.Department of Human and Social Sciences. University of Bergamo. Italy; (2) Assistant Professor. Catholic University of Milan. Milan. Italy; (3) Professor.Family Institute, Tallahassee, Florida State University. United States

221/14604 (Un) Forgiveness in romantic relationships experiencing infidelity: Dependency and Negative affect as predictors

(1) Valor-Segura, Inmaculada; (2) Beltrán Morillas, Ana; (3) Expósito, Francisca

(1) Associate Professor. Department of Social Psychology. University of Granada. Spain; (2) PhD student.Department of Social Psychology. University of Granada. Spain; (3) Professor.Department of Social Psychology. University of Granada. Spain

221/14605 Forgiving a close other in high risky situations.

(1) Arriaga, Ximena

(1) Professor, Department of Psychological Sciences.Purdue University. West Lafayette, IN, USA

221/188 - New sampling approaches to social cognition

Room: Seminar

The symposium highlights how environmental sampling processes offer novel explanations for social-cognitive phenomena. These phenomena include the in-group heterogeneity effect, illusory correlations, the false consensus effect and the “lure” of small samples.

Chair
Florian Kutzner
Assistant Professor. Psychologisches Institut. Universität Heidelberg. Heidelberg. Germany.

221/18801 Selective information sampling and the ingroup heterogeneity effect

(1) Konovalova, Elizaveta; (2) Le Mens, Gael

(1) Psychologist. Department of Economics and Business. Universitat Pompeu Fabra. Barcelona. Spain; (2) Professor. Department of Economics and Business. Universitat Pompeu Fabra. Barcelona. Spain

221/18802 Illusory correlations caused by adaptive sampling – An empirical test

(1) Kuhn, Sascha; (2) Kutzner, Florian

(1) Psychologist. Psychologisches Institut. Universität Heidelberg. Heidelberg. Germany; (2) Assistant Professor. Psychologisches Institut. Universität Heidelberg. Heidelberg. Germany

221/18803 Do small information samples increase likeability? Boundaries of the “less is more”-effect

(1) Prager, Johannes; (2) Fiedler, Klaus

(1) Psychologist. Psychologisches Institut. Universität Heidelberg. Heidelberg. Germany; (2) Professor. Psychologisches Institut. Universität Heidelberg. Heidelberg. Germany

221/18804 Choosing the devil you don’t know: Evidence for limited sensitivity to sample size-based uncertainty

(1) Kutzner, Florian

(1) Assistant Professor. Psychologisches Institut. Universität Heidelberg. Heidelberg. Germany

221/18805 Origins of false consensus effect in win expectations for the U.S. Presidential Election 2016

(1) Bruine de Bruin, Wändi; (2) Galesic, Mirta

(1) Professor. Centre for Decision Research, Leeds University Business School. UK; (2) Professor. Santa Fe Institute. Santa Fe. USA

221/136 - Modern Times: Antecedents and Consequences of Economic Objectification

Room: Andalucía I

Why are factory workers and lower class people often objectified? When does money lead to interpersonal neglect or approach? This symposium provides a comprehensive account of the antecedents and consequences of economic objectification, with research from social and economic psychology.

Chair
Luca Andrighetto
Associate Professor of Social Psychology. Department of Education Sciences. University of Genova. Italy.

221/13601 Work and Freedom? Working Self-Objectification and Belief in Personal Free Will

(1) Baldissarri, Cristina; (2) Andrighetto, Luca; (3) Gabbiadini, Alessandro; (4) Volpato, Chiara

(1) PhD candidate in Social Psychology, Dept of Psychology, University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy; (2) Associate Professor of Social Psychology, Dept of Education Sciences, University of Genova, Italy; (3) Post-doctoral Fellowship in Social Psychology, Dept of Psychology, University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy; (4) Full professor in Social Psychology, Dept of Psychology, University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy

221/13602 Motivational effects of money on mind and emotion perception

(1) Wang, Xijing; (2) Krumhuber, Eva

(1) PhD student, Division of Psychology and Language Sciences, Faculty of Brain Sciences, University of College London, London, UK; (2) Lecturer in Exp Psychology, Division of Psychology and Language Sciences, Faculty of Brain Sciences, University of College London, London

221/13603 Money and Relationships: When and Why Thinking about Money Leads People to Approach Other

(1) Zhansheng, Chen ; (2) Fei, Teng; (3) Kai-TaK, Poon; (4) Denghao, Zhang; (5) Yuwei, Jiang

(1) Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, the University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China; (2) PhD, School of Psychology,  South China Normal University, Guangzhou, China; (3) Department of Psychological Studies and Centre for Psychosocial Health, The Education University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong; (4) Department of Psychology, Renmin University of China, Beijing, China.; (5) Department of Management and Marketing, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong.

221/13604 Money Cues Increase Agency and Decrease Prosociality Among Children: Early Signs of Market Mode Behaviors

(1) Gasiorowska, Agata; (2) Chaplin, Lan Nguyen; (3) Zaleskiewicz, Tomasz; (4) Wygrab, Sandra; (5) Vohs, Kathleen D.

(1) PhD in Social Psychology, SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Faculty of Psychology in Wroclaw, Poland; (2) Department of Managerial Studies, University of Illinois at Chicago, US; (3) SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Faculty of Psychology in Wroclaw, Poland; (4) Sandra Wygrab, SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Faculty of Psychology in Wroclaw , Poland; (5) Marketing Department, University of Minnesota, US

221/13605 Supporting Inequality? Dehumanization of Low Socioeconomic Status Groups Contributes to Justify Income Inequality

(1) Sainz, Mario; (2) Martínez, Rocío; (3) Moya, Miguel; (4) Rodríguez-Bailón, Rosa; (5) Loughnan, Steve

(1) PhD student, Department of Social Psychology and Methodology of Behavioural Sciences, University of Granada, Granada, Spain; (2) Department of Social Psychology and Methodology of Behavioural Sciences, University of Granada, Granada, Spain; (3) Full Professor, Dept of Social Psychology and Methodology of Behavioural Sciences, University of Granada, Granada, Spain; (4) Dept of Social Psychology and Methodology of Behavioural Sciences, University of Granada, Granada,; (5) Lecturer, School of Philosophy, Psychology and Language Sciences, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK