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      Bagci, S. C., & Çelebi, E. (2017). Cross‐group friendships and outgroup attitudes among Turkish–Kurdish ethnic groups: Does perceived interethnic conflict moderate the friendship‐attitude link? Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 47(2), 59-73. doi:10.1111/jasp.12413 [1]
      Bagci, S. C., & Çelebi, E. (2018). Are your cross‐ethnic friends ethnic and/or national group identifiers? the role of own and perceived cross‐ethnic friend's identities on outgroup attitudes and multiculturalism. European Journal of Social Psychology, 48(1), O36-O50. doi:10.1002/ejsp.2278 [1]
      Bagci, S. C., & Gungor, H. (2019). Associations between perceived positive and negative parental contact and adolescents’ intergroup contact experiences. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 69, 76-86. doi:10.1016/j.ijintrel.2019.01.002 [1]
      Bagci, S. C., Çelebi, E., & Karaköse, S. (2017). Discrimination towards ethnic minorities: How does it relate to majority group members’ outgroup attitudes and support for multiculturalism. Social Justice Research, 30(1), 1-22. doi:10.1007/s11211-017-0281-6 [1]
      Bagci, S. C., Kumashiro, M., Rutland, A., Smith, P. K., & Blumberg, H. (2017). Cross-ethnic friendships, psychological well-being, and academic outcomes: Study of south asian and white children in the UK. European Journal of Developmental Psychology, 14(2), 190-205. doi:10.1080/17405629.2016.1185008 [1]
      Bagci, S. C., Piyale, Z. E., Karaköse, S., Şen, E. (2018). Collective victimhood beliefs among majority and minority groups: Links to ingroup and outgroup attitudes and attribution of responsibility for conflict. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 66, 95-107. [1]
      Bagci, S. C., Stathi, S., & Piyale, Z. E. (2019). When imagining intergroup contact mobilizes collective action: The perspective of disadvantaged and advantaged groups. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 69, 32-43. doi:10.1016/j.ijintrel.2018.12.003 [1]
      Bagci, S. C., Turnuklu, A., Bekmezci, E. (2018). The buffering role of in‐group identification and intergroup contact on the association between perceived discrimination and mental health. Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, 28(5), 293-305. [1]
      Bagci, S., & Celebi, E. (2017). Ethnic and national identities: Links to outgroup attitudes via attribution of responsibility and perceived interethnic conflict. Turk Psikoloji Dergisi, 32(80), 63-79. [1]
      Bagci, S., & Turnuklu, A. (2019). Intended, unintended, and unknown consequences of contact the role of positive-negative contact on outgroup attitudes, collective action tendencies, and psychological well-being. Social Psychology, 50(1), 7-23. doi:10.1027/1864-9335/a000355 [1]
      Bağcı Hemşinlioğlu, S. C. (2018). Does everyone benefit equally from self-efficacy beliefs? the moderating role of perceived social support on motivation. The Journal of Early Adolescence, 38(2), 204-219. [1]
      Bağcı, S. C., Piyale, Z. E., and Ebcim, E. (2018). Imagined contact in high conflict settings: The role of ethnic group identification and the perspective of minority group members. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 48(1), 3-14. [1]
      Bağcı, S. C., Piyale, Z. E., Birçek, N. I., Ebcim, E. (2018). Think beyond contact: Reformulating imagined intergroup contact theory by adding friendship potential. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations, 21(7), 1034-1052. [1]
      Bağcı, S. C., Türnüklü, A., & Bekmezci, E. (2018). Cross‐group friendships and psychological well‐being: A dual pathway through social integration and empowerment. British Journal of Social Psychology, 57(4), 773-792. [1]