Symposia: Presentations XI

Saturday 8 July
9.00 - 10.40 h.
 

 

221/82 - Unveiling the Antecedents and Consequences of Attitudes Towards Diversity

Room: Manuel Falla

The symposium contributes to the knowledge about attitudes towards ethnic and cultural diversity. Applying a variety of methodological approaches, we study antecedents and consequences of attitudes towards diversity.

Chair
Mathias Kauff
Researcher. Institute of Psychology. FernUniversität Hagen. Hagen. Germany.

221/8201 Being Part of Diversity. Including Culturally Majorities in Diversity Communication Increases Their Support for Diversity

(1) Jansen, Wiebren; (2) Otten, Sabine; (3) van der Zee, Karen

(1) Assistant Professor. Social and Organizational Psychology Department. Faculty of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Utrecht University. Utrecht. The Netherlands.; (2) Professor of Intergroup Relations and Social Integration. Faculty of Behavioural and Social Sciences. University of Groningen. Groningen. The Netherlands.; (3) Professor of Organizational Psychology. Faculty of Behavioural and Social Sciences. University of Groningen. Groningen. The Netherlands.

221/8202 What Makes Claire the Better Candidate Than Onika? A Correspondence Test on Labor Market Discrimination

(1) Veit, Susanne; (2) Koopmans, Ruud; (3) Yemane, Ruta

(1) Research Fellow. Research Unit Migration, Integration, Transnationalization. WZB - Berlin Social Science Research Center. Berlin. Germany; (2) Director. Research Unit Migration, Integration, Transnationalization. WZB - Berlin Social Science Research Center. Berlin. Germany; (3) Research Fellow. Research Unit Migration, Integration, Transnationalization. WZB - Berlin Social Science Research Center. Berlin. Germany

221/8203 When Valuing Diversity is not Enough – Pro-Diversity Beliefs and Non-Instrumental Outgroup Members

(1) Kauff, Mathias; (2) Christ, Oliver

(1) Researcher. Institute for Psychology. FernUniversität Hagen. Hagen. Germany.; (2) Professor. Institute for Psychology. FernUniversität Hagen. Hagen. Germany.

221/8204 Ethnic Diversity Effects on Neighborhood Satisfaction and Moving Intentions: The Buffering Role of Neighborhood Norms

(1) Van Assche, Jasper; (2) Asbrock, Frank; (3) Kauff, Mathias; (4) Roets, Arne

(1) Researcher. Department of Developmental, Personality and Social Psychology. Ghent University. Ghent. Belgium; (2) Professor. Institute for Psychology. Technische Universität Chemnitz. Chemnitz. Germany; (3) Researcher. Institute for Psychology. FernUniversität Hagen. Hagen. Germany.; (4) Professor. Department of Developmental, Personality and Social Psychology. Ghent University. Ghent. Belgium

221/8205 Facing Religious Diversity: Concerns for Gender Equality and Acceptance of Muslim Veils

(1) Sarrasin, Oriane

(1) Researcher. Faculty of Social and Political Sciences. Université de Lausanne. Lausanne. Switzerland.

221/84 - Belief in conspiracy theories: Contradictions, causes, consequences and 'cures'

Room: Machuca

This symposium showcases some recent research developments in the social psychology of conspiracy theories. Five presentations focus on the nature of conspiracy belief, social cognitive aspects of conspiracy belief, social consequences, and finally how to reduce conspiracy belief.

Chair
Anthony Lantian
Associate Professor. Department of Psychology (UFR SPSE). University Paris Nanterre. Nanterre. France.

221/8401 The role of global beliefs in explaining contradictory conspiracy and non-conspiracy beliefs

(1) Douglas, Karen; (2) Sutton, Robbie

(1) Professor. School of Psychology. University of Kent. Canterbury, Kent. United Kingdom.; (2) Professor. School of Psychology. University of Kent. Canterbury, Kent. United Kingdom.

221/8402 Addicted to answers: Need for cognitive closure and the endorsement of conspiracy beliefs

(1) Cichocka, Aleksandra; (2) Marchlewska, Marta; (3) Kossowska, Małgorzata

(1) Lecturer. School of Psychology. University of Kent. Canterbury, Kent. United Kingdom.; (2) Ph.D. Student. Faculty of Psychology. University of Warsaw. Warsaw. Poland.; (3) Professor. Institute of social psychology. Jagiellonian University. Kraków. Poland.

221/8403 The role of conspiracy mentality in shaping the evaluation of sources of historical knowledge

(1) Lamberty, Pia; (2) Imhoff, Roland; (3) Klein, Olivier

(1) Research assistant. Social & Legal Psychology. Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz. Mainz. Germany.; (2) Professor. Social & Legal Psychology. Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz. Mainz. Germany.; (3) Free University of Bruxelles, Belgium

221/8404 “They will hate me for telling the truth”: Is conspiracy theorizing a source of stigma?

(1) Lantian, Anthony; (2) Muller, Dominique; (3) Nurra, Cécile; (4) Klein, Olivier; (5) Berjot, Sophie; (6) Pantazi, Myrto

(1) Associate Professor. Department of Psychology (UFR SPSE). University Paris Nanterre. Nanterre. France.; (2) Professor. Department of Psychology (UFR SHS). Univ. Grenoble Alpes. Grenoble. France.; (3) Associate Professor. Department of Psychology (UFR SHS). Univ. Grenoble Alpes. Grenoble. France.; (4) Free University of Bruxelles, Belgium; (5) Professor. Department of Psychology. University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne. Reims. France.; (6) Ph.D. Student. Faculty of Psychology and Education. Université Libre de Bruxelles. Bruxelles. Belgium.

221/8405 Empowerment as a tool to reduce belief in conspiracy theories

(1) van Prooijen, Jan-Willem

(1) Associate Professor. Department of Social and Organizational Psychology. VU Amsterdam. Amsterdam. Netherlands.

221/148 - Advances in Intergroup Contact: Context and Collective Action

Room: Picasso

This symposium presents recent research on intergroup contact between various groups. A focus is on the broader societal context in which contact takes place, and on the controversial relationship between contact and collective action.

Chair
Tabea Hässler
Psychologist. Department of Psychology. University of Zurich. Switzerland.

221/14801 The Powerful Effect of Negative Interpersonal Experiences on Discrimination and Prejudice

(1) Ditlmann, Ruth; (2) Gomila, Robin; (3) Paluck, Betsy Levy

(1) Psychologist. Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin. Germany.; (2) Psychologist. Princeton University. USA.; (3) Psychologist. Professor. Princeton University. USA.

221/14802 From Segregation to Intergroup Contact and Back: Using Experiments/ Simulation to Understand the Bidirectional Link

(1) Ullrich, Johannes; (2) Schlueter, Elmar; (3) Glenz, Andreas; (4) Schmidt, Peter

(1) Psychologist. Professor. Department of Psychology. University of Zurich. Switzerland.; (2) Sociologist. Professor. Sociology Department. Justus Liebig University. Germany.; (3) Psychologist. Department of Psychology. University of Zurich. Switzerland.; (4) Psychologist. Professor. Department of Political Science. Justus Liebig University. Germany.

221/14803 Rally Together: Intergroup Contact Increases Solidarity-based Collective Action to Support Asylum Seekers in Germany

(1) Schäfer, Sarina; (2) Kotzur, Patrick F.; (3) Kauff, Mathias

(1) Psychologist. Institute of Psychology. University of Hagen. Germany.; (2) University of Marburg. Germany; (3) Psychologist. Institute of Psychology. University of Hagen. Germany.

221/14804 Evaluation of a contact-based intervention to reduce anti-Roma prejudice and mobilize for ally action

(1) Lantos, Nóra Anna; (2) Macher, Judit; (3) Kende, Anna

(1) Psychologist. Department of Psychology. Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest.; (2) Psychologist. Department of Psychology. Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest.; (3) Psychologist. Department of Psychology. Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest.

221/14805 Intergroup Contact and Support for Social Change in Advantaged and Disadvantaged Groups

(1) Hässler, Tabea; (2) Ullrich, Johannes; (3) Valdenegro, Daniel; (4) Bernadino, Michelle; (5) Ditlmann, Ruth; (6) González., Roberto; (7) Shnabel, Nurit

(1) Psychologist. Department of Psychology. University of Zurich. Switzerland.; (2) Psychologist. Department of Psychology. University of Zurich. Switzerland.; (3) Psychologist. Department of Psychology. Pontifical Catholic University of Chile. Chile.; (4) Psychologist. Department of Psychology. Pontifical Catholic University of Chile. Chile.; (5) Psychologist. Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin. Germany.; (6) Psychologist. Professor. Department of Psychology. Pontifical Catholic University of Chile. Chile.; (7) Psychologist. Professor. Department of Psychology. Tel-Aviv University

221/115 - The role of identity fusion in explaining extremism

Room: Dinner 1

This symposium presents recent theoretical, applied and methodological developments regarding identity fusion –a visceral connection to a group- and extremism. The link between fusion and extremism was explored in laboratory and field studies conducted with general population, combatants and radicals.

Chair
Alexandra Vázquez Botana
Assistant Professor. Social and Organizational Psychology Department. Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia. Madrid. Spain

221/11501 The Interactive Role of Identity Fusion and Emotional Arousal on Extreme Behaviour

(1) Martínez, Mercedes; (2) Gomez, Angel; (3) Topa, Gabriela

(1) Researcher. Social and Organizational Psychology Department. Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia. Madrid. Spain; (2) Assistant Professor with Tenure. Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (Madrid, Spain) and ARTIS Research (United States).; (3) Assistant Professor with Tenure. Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (Madrid, Spain).

221/11502 Identity Fusion Moderates the Perception of In-group and Out-group Formidability

(1) Vázquez, Alexandra; (2) López-Rodríguez, Lucía; (3) Atran, Scott; (4) Ginges, Geremy; (5) Sheikh, Hammad; (6) Gomez, Angel

(1) Assistant professor. Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (Madrid, Spain) and ARTIS Research (United States).; (2) Postdoctoral researcher. Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (Madrid, Spain) and ARTIS Research (United States).; (3) Director of Research & Co-Founder. ARTIS Research (United States); (4) Associate Professor of Psychology. ARTIS Research (United States) and The New School (NY; United States); (5) Postdoctoral researcher. ARTIS Research (United States).; (6) Assistant Professor with Tenure. Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (Madrid, Spain) and ARTIS Research (United States).

221/11503 Identity Fusion, Sacred Values, and the Spiritual Dimension of Human Conflicts.

(1) Gomez, Angel; (2) Atran, Scott; (3) Ginges, Jeremy; (4) Skeikh, Hammad; (5) López-Rodríguez, Lucía; (6) Vázquez, Alexandra; (7) Wilson, Lydia

(1) Assistant Professor with Tenure. Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (Madrid, Spain) and ARTIS Research (United States).; (2) Director of Research & Co-Founder. ARTIS Research (United States); (3) Associate Professor of Psychology. ARTIS Research (United States) and The New School (NY; United States); (4) Postdoctoral researcher. ARTIS Research (United States).; (5) Postdoctoral researcher. Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (Madrid, Spain) and ARTIS Research (United States).; (6) Assistant professor. Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (Madrid, Spain) and ARTIS Research (United States).; (7) Researcher. ARTIS Research (United States)

221/11504 Terror Networks: their ecologies and evolution

(1) Hamid, Nafees; (2) Atran, Scott; (3) Gomez, Angel; (4) Ginges, Jeremy; (5) Sheikh, Hammad; (6) López-Rodríguez, Lucía; (7) Vázquez, Alexandra

(1) Researcher. ARTIS Research (United States) and University College London (United Kingdom); (2) Director of Research & Co-Founder. ARTIS Research (United States); (3) Assistant Professor with Tenure. Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (Madrid, Spain) and ARTIS Research (United States); (4) Associate Professor. ARTIS Research (United States) and The New School (NY; United States); (5) Postdoctoral Researcher. ARTIS Research (United States).; (6) Postdoctoral Researcher. Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (Madrid, Spain) and ARTIS Research (United States); (7) Assistant Professor. Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (Madrid, Spain) and ARTIS Research (United States)

221/11505 Discussion: Identity fusion and extremism

(1) Huici, Carmen

(1) Professor. Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (Madrid, Spain).

221/97 - ‘Social cure’, ‘Social curse’ or both? Understanding the implications of group memberships for psychological wellbeing

Room: Dinner 2

Using multiple methods and real-world groups, this symposium explores the complex relationship between group memberships and psychological wellbeing. This includes consideration of how social identities may enhance resilience, but also how they may contribute to vulnerability.

Chair
Aarti Iyer
University of Sheffield. united Kingdom.

221/9701 Greater family identification predicts lower paranoid ideation among non-clinical individuals: Evidence from Cyprus and Spain

(1) Wakefield, Juliet; (2) Sani, Fabio; (3) Herrera, Marina; (4) Zeybek, Ahmet; (5) Kubalczyk, Gosia

(1) Psychologist. Department of Psychology. Nottingham Trent University. Nottingham, England.; (2) Psychologist. Department of Psychology. University of Dundee. Dundee. Scotland.; (3) Psychologist. Department of Psychology. University of Valencia. Valencia. Spain.; (4) Graduate Teaching Assistant. Department of Developmental Studies. SOAS London. London. England.; (5) Psychology Graduate. Department of Psychology. University of Dundee. Dundee. Scotland.

221/9702 Social identities and wellbeing inside UK Immigration Detention Centres

(1) Kellezi, Blerina; (2) Bosworth, Mary; (3) McNamara, Niamh; (4) Wakefield, Juliet

(1) Psychologist. Department of Psychology. Nottingham Trent University. Nottingham. England.; (2) Criminologist. Faculty of Law. University of Oxford. Oxford. England.; (3) Psychologist. Department of Psychology. Nottingham Trent University. Nottingham. England.; (4) Psychologist. Department of Psychology. Nottingham Trent University. Nottingham. England.

221/9703 The role of social identity and social support in mental health during transition to motherhood

(1) Bowe, Mhairi; (2) Morreale, Leeanda

(1) Psychologist. Department of Psychology. Nottingham Trent University. Nottingham. England.; (2) Psychology Graduate. Department of Psychology. Nottingham Trent University. Nottingham. England.

221/9704 Collectively coping with contact: Intragroup processes and intergroup encounters in Northern Ireland

(1) Stevenson, Clifford

(1) Psychologist. Department of Psychology. Anglia Ruskin University. Cambridge. England.

221/198 - How Linguistic Biases Impact Social Processes

Room: Andalucía III

This symposium connects different research projects that investigate the consequences of subtle linguistic biases on various social processes; such as communication strategies in conflict situations, ingroup norm perception, formation and expression of group attitudes, and comparison processes.

Chair
Juliane Degner
Psychologist. Professor. Department of Social PSychology. Hamburg University. Hamburg. Germany.

221/19801 Manipulating language to manipulate relations: linguistic abstraction as conflict management strategy

(1) Suitner, Caterina

(1) Psychologist. Department of Developmental and Social Psychology. University of Padova. Padova. Italy.

221/19802 Approval of subtle linguistic bias influences perception of ingroup norms and expression of intergroup bias

(1) Assilamehou-kunz, Yvette; (2) Postmes, Tom; (3) Testé, Benoît

(1) Social Psychologist, Assistant Professor, Institute of Communication and Media, University Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris 3, Paris, France.; (2) Social Psychologist, Professor, Department of Social Psychology, University of Groningen, Groningen, The Netherlands.; (3) Social Psychologist, Professor, Department of Psychology, University Rennes 2, Rennes, France.

221/19803 A Developmental Perspective on the Linguistic Intergroup Bias

(1) Mirja, Storck; (2) Degner, Juliane

(1) Psychologist. Department of Social Psychology, University of Hamburg. Germany; (2) Psychologist. Department of Social Psychology, University of Hamburg. Germany

221/19804 The role of Labels in Children’s Evaluative Representation of Novel Social Groups

(1) Degner, Juliane

(1) Psychologist. Department of Social Psychology, University of Hamburg. Germany

221/19805 A cross-cultural perspective on comparisons: Choosing the starting point is a matter of script direction

(1) Bettinsoli, Maria Laura; (2) Maass, Anne; (3) Suitner, Caterina

(1) Psychologist. Department of Developmental and Social Psychology, University of Padova. Italy; (2) Psychologist. Department of Developmental and Social Psychology, University of Padova. Italy; (3) Psychologist. Department of Developmental and Social Psychology, University of Padova. Italy

221/218 - The Faces of Power

Room: Andalucía II

Five talks discuss links between facial dominance and power. They address: 1) Do people use facial dominance to infer leadership ability? How/when? 2) Does facial dominance affect attention? 3) How does a person’s power affect how their faces are remembered?

Chair
Ana Guinote
Senior Lecturer. Experimental Psychology. University College London. United Kingdom.

221/21801 The power and the glory? The basis and consequences of judgments of power from faces.

(1) Perrett, David; (2) Holzleitner, Iris; (3) Lucia Borras G, Martha

(1) University of St Andrews; (2) University of St Andrews; (3) University of St Andrews

221/21802 Physical Strength as a Cue to Dominance: A Data-Driven Approach

(1) Schubert, Thomas; (2) Toscano, Hugo; (3) Dotsch, Ron; (4) Falvello, Virginia; (5) Todorov, Alex

(1) University of Oslo, Sweden; (2) University of Lisbon, Portugal; (3) Utrecht University, The Netherlands; (4) Princeton University, NJ, USA; (5) Princeton University, NJ, USA

221/21803 Human responses to facial cues of dominance: Directions from research on macaques

(1) Jones, Benedict; (2) Wang, Hongyi; (3) Hahn, Amanda; (4) DeBruine, Lisa

(1) University of Glasgow; (2) University of Glasgow; (3) University of Glasgow; (4) University of Glasgow

221/21804 Female Power holders’ Faces are Misremembered and Misperceived as Dominant Looking

(1) Guinote, Ana; (2) Wang, Xijing; (3) Krumhuber, Eva

(1) University College London; (2) University College London; (3) University College London

221/21805 The Many Faces of Leadership: An Evolutionary Social Psychology Approach

(1) Van Vugt, Mark; (2) Grabo, Allen

(1) VU University Amsterdam; (2) VU University Amsterdam

221/104 - Foundations of prosocial decision-making: Reputation and uncertainty

Room: Seminar

Across experiments on loss aversion and risk, online studies on why uncertainty in/decreases prosociality, and real-life data on charity donations, reputation and uncertainty emerge as foundational components of prosocial decision-making. Implications for economic decision theory and policy implications are highlighted.

Chair
Nadira Faber
Research Fellow. Department of Experimental Psychology. University of Oxford. Oxford. United Kingdom.

221/10401 Prosocial loss aversion

(1) Faber, Nadira; (2) Savulescu, Julian; (3) Kahane, Guy; (4) Crockett, Molly

(1) Research Fellow. Department of Experimental Psychology. University of Oxford. Oxford. United Kingdom.; (2) Professor. Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics. University of Oxford. Oxford. United Kingdom.; (3) Research Fellow. Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics. University of Oxford. Oxford. United Kingdom; (4) Research Fellow. Department of Experimental Psychology. University of Oxford. Oxford. United Kingdom.

221/10402 Reputation trumps resources

(1) Van Lange, Paul; (2) Peperkoorn, Leonard Stijn; (3) Bekkers, René; (4) Savulescu, Julian; (5) Faber, Nadira

(1) Professor. Department of Experimental and Applied Psychology. VU Amsterdam. Amsterdam. Netherlands.; (2) PhD Student. Department of Experimental and Applied Psychology. VU Amsterdam. Amsterdam. Netherlands.; (3) Director. Center for Philanthropic Studies. VU Amsterdam. Amsterdam. Netherlands.; (4) Professor. Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics. University of Oxford. Oxford. United Kingdom.; (5) Research Fellow. Department of Experimental Psychology. University of Oxford. Oxford. United Kingdom.

221/10403 Distinct effects of interpersonal and outcome uncertainty on prosocial behavior

(1) Kappes, Andreas; (2) Neise, Anne-Marie; (3) Faber, Nadira; (4) Savulescu, Julian; (5) Kahane, Guy; (6) Crockett, Molly

(1) Research Fellow. Department of Experimental Psychology. University of Oxford. Oxford. United Kingdom.; (2) PhD Student. Department of Experimental Psychology. University of Oxford. Oxford. United Kingdom.; (3) Research Fellow. Department of Experimental Psychology. University of Oxford. Oxford. United Kingdom.; (4) Professor. Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics. University of Oxford. Oxford. United Kingdom.; (5) Research Fellow. Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics. University of Oxford. Oxford. United Kingdom.; (6) Research Fellow. Department of Experimental Psychology. University of Oxford. Oxford. United Kingdom.

221/10404 Risky helping – How humans trade off risk against social preferences

(1) De Dreu, Carsten K.W.; (2) Gross, Jörg; (3) Faber, Nadira

(1) Professor. Social and Organisational Psychology. Leiden University. Leiden. Netherlands.; (2) Assistant Professor. Social and Organisational Psychology. Leiden University. Leiden. Netherlands.; (3) Research Fellow. Department of Experimental Psychology. University of Oxford. Oxford. United Kingdom.

221/220 - New directions in the social psychology of lie detection

Room: Andalucía I

Decades of research has shown that individuals are poor at detecting lies, with a mean percentage of correct lie-truth classifications of 54%. This symposium outlines the most recent developments in this field, including indirect deception detection and social categorization effects.

Chair
Elena Trifiletti
Psychologist. Department of Human Sciences. University of Verona. Verona. Italy.

221/22001 Do unconscious processes actually improve lie detection? A critical test of the unconscious thought theory

(1) Schindler, Simon; (2) Reinhard, Marc-André

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

221/22002 Exploring the Limits of the Adaptive Lie Detector Theory

(1) Street, Christopher

(1) Psychologist. Department of Behavioural Science. University of Huddersfield. Huddersfield. UK

221/22003 Love and Lies: Evidence of Indirect Lie-Detection Accuracy for Potential Romantic Partners

(1) ten Brinke, Leanne; (2) Reid, Emily; (3) Carney, Dana R.

(1) Psychologist. Department of Psychology. University of Denver. Denver. USA; (2) University of Stanford. Stanford, USA; (3) Psychologist. Haas School of Business. University of California – Berkeley. Berkeley. USA

221/22004 Cross-race accuracy bias in lie detection

(1) Trifiletti, Elena; (2) Pedrazza, Monica; (3) Vezzali, Loris; (4) Berlanda, Sabrina

(1) Psychologist. Department of Human Sciences. University of Verona. Verona. Italy.; (2) Psychologist. Department of Human Sciences. University of Verona. Verona. Italy.; (3) Psychologist. Department of Education and Human Sciences. University of Modena and Reggio Emilia. Reggio Emilia. Italy; (4) Psychologist. Department of Human Sciences. University of Verona. Verona. Italy.