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Cross-group friendships and psychological well-being: A dual pathway through social integration and empowerment
This study investigated the associations between cross-group friendships and psychological well-being among a sample of physically disabled adults. A total of 269 disabled people (M-age=39.13, SD=13.80; 114 females, 152 ...
I (dis)like the way you (dis)like them: The role of extended contact on social distance and attitudes towards the ingroup
While extended intergroup contact has been commonly studied in the context of prejudice reduction, less is known about its implications for processes related to the ingroup. Through three correlational and one experimental ...