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Moral decision-making among young muslim adults on harmless taboo violations: The effects of gender, religiosity, and political affiliation
(Pergamon-Elsevier Science Ltd, 2016-10-01)
Shweder's Big Three Theory of Intuitive moral approach has not yet been investigated in Muslim culture. We aim at replicating Haidt and his colleagues' (1993) work using harmless taboo violation stories with a Muslim ...
Collective victimhood beliefs among majority and minority groups: Links to ingroup and outgroup attitudes and attribution of responsibility for conflict
(Pergamon-Elsevier Science Ltd, 2018-09-01)
We examined perceived ingroup and outgroup victimhood beliefs across group status and how these were uniquely associated with ingroup and outgroup attitudes and attribution of responsibility among majority (Turkish, N = ...
Think beyond contact: Reformulating imagined intergroup contact theory by adding friendship potential
(SAGE Publications Ltd, 2018-10-01)
Three experiments were conducted to test whether an imagined contact scenario with friendship potential would be more effective than the standard imagined contact scenario in changing Turkish participants' attitudes and ...
When imagining intergroup contact mobilizes collective action: The perspective of disadvantaged and advantaged groups
(Pergamon-Elsevier Science Ltd, 2019-03)
The current studies aimed to reveal the potential role of imagined intergroup contact on collective action tendencies within a context of intergroup conflict. Study 1 (disadvantaged Kurds, N = 80) showed that imagined ...
Imagined contact in high conflict settings: The role of ethnic group identification and the perspective of minority group members
Recent contact literature has shown that imagining a positive intergroup encounter improves intergroup attitudes and behaviors, yet less is known about the effects of imagined contact in high conflict settings. We conducted ...