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07:30
REGISTRATION

The registration desk will be open for the entire duration of the conference.

08:45 - 10:25
Session 1
08:45 - 10:25
Room 1 - Main Auditorium A (Auditorium Maximum)
(00270) 50 Year of Bystander Research: Insights, Changes, Applications, and Unresolved Issues
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08:45 - 10:25
Room 2 - Main Auditorium B (Auditorium Maximum)
(01070) Social Cure and Curse Processes Among Marginalized Communities
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08:45 - 10:25
Room 3 - Middle Auditorium A (Auditorium Maximum)
Blitz 1.1 Morality
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08:45 - 10:25
Room 4 - Middle Auditorium B (Auditorium Maximum)
(00210) Inequalities in education: The unintended contributions of schools and teachers
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08:45 - 10:25
Room 7 - Conference Room (Auditorium Maximum)
(02290) The effects of (value) similarities on prejudice, stereotypes, and well-being
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08:45 - 10:25
Room 8 - Assembly Hall A (Law & Administration)
(00350) Social psychological insights from the pandemic: Evidence from a global rapid-response project
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08:45 - 10:25
Room 9 - Assembly Hall B (Law & Administration)
(01180) The Regulatory Power of the Gender/Sex Binary
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08:45 - 10:25
Room 10 - Green Room (Law & Administration)
Blitz 1.2 Collective Action
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08:45 - 10:25
Room 11 - Blue Room (Law & Administration)
(02910) Reactions to social discontent: From protest to violence
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08:45 - 10:25
Room 12 - Small Room (Law & Administration)
(00900) Recent Developments in the Study of Humiliation: Conceptualization, Antecedents, and Consequence at the Interpersonal and Intergroup Level
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08:45 - 10:05
Room 5 - Seminar Room (Auditorium Maximum)
(02310) Estimating the Social and Psychological Impacts of Social Media Use
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08:45 - 10:05
Room 6 - Small Auditorium (Auditorium Maximum)
(00280) Collective memories: Linking social and cognitive approaches
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10:25 - 10:50
Coffee break
10:50 - 11:50
Room 13 - Exhibition Room (Auditorium Maximum)
Poster session 1
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11:50 - 13:10
Session 2
11:50 - 13:10
Room 1 - Main Auditorium A (Auditorium Maximum)
(00620) Exploring Black Lives Matter: Antecedents and Consequences
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11:50 - 13:10
Room 2 - Main Auditorium B (Auditorium Maximum)
(03230) (A)symmetrical effects of political ideology
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11:50 - 13:10
Room 3 - Middle Auditorium A (Auditorium Maximum)
Blitz 2.1 Contact
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11:50 - 13:10
Room 4 - Middle Auditorium B (Auditorium Maximum)
(02470) Truth by Repetition - Advances on explanations and consequences of illusory truth
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11:50 - 13:10
Room 5 - Seminar Room (Auditorium Maximum)
(02400) Psychology of Radicalization: Current Advances
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11:50 - 13:10
Room 6 - Small Auditorium (Auditorium Maximum)
(00910) Detecting blind spots in gender inequality at work: Signals that reinforce a masculine stereotype of occupational status, salary and success
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11:50 - 13:10
Room 7 - Conference Room (Auditorium Maximum)
(02340) Exploit or explore? Trade-offs in sample-based decisions
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11:50 - 13:10
Room 8 - Assembly Hall A (Law & Administration)
(03190) Pluralistic Ignorance – Most People Have No Clue What Their Peers Think And Do
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11:50 - 13:10
Room 9 - Assembly Hall B (Law & Administration)
(00140) The Social Identity Approach to Effective Leadership – Part 2
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11:50 - 13:10
Room 10 - Green Room (Law & Administration)
Blitz 2.2 Inequality
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11:50 - 13:10
Room 11 - Blue Room (Law & Administration)
(00530) Intergroup Contact and Collective Action: Mobilizing or Sedative Effects?
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11:50 - 13:10
Room 12 - Small Room (Law & Administration)
(00820) Improving intergroup relations and promoting positive participation across the lifespan in six settings of social division and protracted conflict
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13:10 - 14:30
Lunch
13:10 - 14:30
Room 7 - Conference Room (Auditorium Maximum)
Lunchtime session
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13:10 - 14:30
Room 5 - Seminar Room (Auditorium Maximum)
Lunchtime session
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14:30 - 16:10
Session 3
14:30 - 16:10
Room 1 - Main Auditorium A (Auditorium Maximum)
(00830) Protesting against Progress: The Dialectical Nature of Reactionary Collective Action
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14:30 - 16:10
Room 2 - Main Auditorium B (Auditorium Maximum)
(01050) Toward a Fairer Future: Understanding and Overcoming Barriers to Gender Inequality in the 21st Century (Part I)
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14:30 - 16:10
Room 3 - Middle Auditorium A (Auditorium Maximum)
Blitz 3.1 Gender I
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14:30 - 16:10
Room 4 - Middle Auditorium B (Auditorium Maximum)
(02550) Beyond Self-Control: On the Mechanisms and Consequences of People’s Hedonic Experiences
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14:30 - 16:10
Room 5 - Seminar Room (Auditorium Maximum)
(02600) Cross-cultural examination of identity processes in times of crisis- the example of the Covid-19 pandemic
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14:30 - 16:10
Room 10 - Green Room (Law & Administration)
Blitz 3.2 Polarization
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14:30 - 16:10
Room 11 - Blue Room (Law & Administration)
(02430) Cultural diversity at school: The role of schools and teachers in ensuring achievement, well-being and positive intergroup relations among students
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14:30 - 15:30
Room 6 - Small Auditorium (Auditorium Maximum)
(02920) Is the Past Weighing on the Present or the Present Weighing on the Past: Representations of History and Intergroup Relations
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14:30 - 15:50
Room 7 - Conference Room (Auditorium Maximum)
(00640) An empirical validation of a recent adversarial collaboration on the content, priority, and relation of social-evaluative dimensions
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14:30 - 15:50
Room 8 - Assembly Hall A (Law & Administration)
(02540) Make our Past Great Again – Nostalgia in Political Identities
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14:30 - 15:50
Room 9 - Assembly Hall B (Law & Administration)
(00710) The Social Identity Approach to Effective Leadership – Part 1
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14:30 - 15:50
Room 12 - Small Room (Law & Administration)
(02840) Computational approaches to moral judgments and social decision making
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16:10 - 16:30
Coffee break
16:30 - 17:30
Room 13 - Exhibition Room (Auditorium Maximum)
Poster session 2
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17:30 - 19:10
Session 4
17:30 - 19:10
Room 1 - Main Auditorium A (Auditorium Maximum)
(02250) Crowd behaviour in emergencies: Intra- and inter-group processes shaping the public and emergency authorities’ responses to perceived threats
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17:30 - 19:10
Room 2 - Main Auditorium B (Auditorium Maximum)
(01000) Toward a Fairer Future: Understanding and Overcoming Barriers to Gender Inequality in the 21st Century (Part II)
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17:30 - 19:10
Room 3 - Middle Auditorium A (Auditorium Maximum)
Blitz 4.1 Gender II
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17:30 - 19:10
Room 4 - Middle Auditorium B (Auditorium Maximum)
(00380) New Horizons in CLT: Language, grounded cognition, and cognitive performance
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17:30 - 19:10
Room 5 - Seminar Room (Auditorium Maximum)
(00330) The functions of gossip: Novel insights from the lab and the field
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17:30 - 19:10
Room 7 - Conference Room (Auditorium Maximum)
(02150) Inhibitory Capacity and Inhibitory Control: New Ideas and Findings
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17:30 - 19:10
Room 8 - Assembly Hall A (Law & Administration)
(00310) Collective Apologies and Their Relation to Reconciliation, Justice Perceptions, and Support for Collective Action Among Perpetrator and Victim Groups
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17:30 - 19:10
Room 9 - Assembly Hall B (Law & Administration)
(02690) Interpersonal Disgust in Judgments and Action
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17:30 - 19:10
Room 10 - Green Room (Law & Administration)
Blitz 4.2 Health I
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17:30 - 19:10
Room 12 - Small Room (Law & Administration)
(00880) Novel perspectives and research into the psychological origins of sexism
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17:30 - 18:50
Room 6 - Small Auditorium (Auditorium Maximum)
(00220) Intergroup relations between Muslim and non-Muslim youth in Europe
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17:30 - 18:50
Room 11 - Blue Room (Law & Administration)
(00600) The importance of having an individual and group-level of analysis for a better understanding on how to fight climate change
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19:10 - 20:15
Room 1 - Main Auditorium A (Auditorium Maximum)
Award session: theoretical innovation
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20:30 - 22:30
Welcome Reception
08:00
REGISTRATION

The registration desk will be open for the entire duration of the conference.

08:45 - 10:25
Session 5
08:45 - 10:25
Room 1 - Main Auditorium A (Auditorium Maximum)
(00940) Understanding and reducing distrust in science
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08:45 - 10:25
Room 2 - Main Auditorium B (Auditorium Maximum)
(02220) Not a Panacea - The Possibilities and Limitations of Intergroup Contact in Promoting Social Harmony and Social Justice
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08:45 - 10:25
Room 3 - Middle Auditorium A (Auditorium Maximum)
Blitz 5.1 Social cognition
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08:45 - 10:25
Room 4 - Middle Auditorium B (Auditorium Maximum)
(01150) A social identity perspective to sport and exercise
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08:45 - 10:25
Room 6 - Small Auditorium (Auditorium Maximum)
(02330) Barriers and facilitators of achieving gender diversity
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08:45 - 10:25
Room 7 - Conference Room (Auditorium Maximum)
(00360) Responses to organizational and identity threat
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08:45 - 10:25
Room 8 - Assembly Hall A (Law & Administration)
(01140) Collective agency – its antecedences, consequences, and structure
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08:45 - 10:25
Room 9 - Assembly Hall B (Law & Administration)
(01240) Mass gatherings in uncertain times: New insights into social identity, norms, risk and safety in the wake of COVID-19
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08:45 - 10:25
Room 10 - Green Room (Law & Administration)
Blitz 5.2 Close Relationships I
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08:45 - 10:25
Room 11 - Blue Room (Law & Administration)
(01300) Socially critical decisions towards low status groups in the health, educational and legal domains
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08:45 - 10:25
Room 12 - Small Room (Law & Administration)
(02650) The Power of Tears: Addressing the Functional Value of Emotional Crying Across Different Domains
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08:45 - 10:05
Room 5 - Seminar Room (Auditorium Maximum)
(01100) Media matters: Effects of media portrayals of violence against women on empathy, victim blaming, crime assessment, and credibility judgments
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10:25 - 10:50
Coffee break
10:50 - 11:50
Room 13 - Exhibition Room (Auditorium Maximum)
Poster Session 3
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11:50 - 13:10
Session 6
11:50 - 13:10
Room 1 - Main Auditorium A (Auditorium Maximum)
(03030) Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence: New Approaches to Understanding and Intervening
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11:50 - 13:10
Room 2 - Main Auditorium B (Auditorium Maximum)
(02350) Large-scale field interventions to promote social change
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11:50 - 13:10
Room 3 - Middle Auditorium A (Auditorium Maximum)
Blitz 6.1 Close Relationships II
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11:50 - 13:10
Room 4 - Middle Auditorium B (Auditorium Maximum)
(02370) When do we understand inequality in terms of disadvantage and when in terms of privilege? And why does that matter?
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11:50 - 13:10
Room 5 - Seminar Room (Auditorium Maximum)
(02830) Self-Regulation and Goal Pursuit – How Can We Help People to (not) Do What They (not) Want?
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11:50 - 13:10
Room 6 - Small Auditorium (Auditorium Maximum)
(02490) Social Identity Relations within the Self-Concept: Processes, Antecedents and Consequences
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11:50 - 13:10
Room 7 - Conference Room (Auditorium Maximum)
(00920) Learning in Context: How Social and Natural Constraints Influence How and What We Learn
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11:50 - 13:10
Room 8 - Assembly Hall A (Law & Administration)
(00170) Intervening against conspiracy beliefs and their correlates: Experimental and longitudinal evidence
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11:50 - 13:10
Room 9 - Assembly Hall B (Law & Administration)
(02320) New Directions in Collective Action Research: From Antecedents to Consequences
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11:50 - 13:10
Room 10 - Green Room (Law & Administration)
Blitz 6.2 Organisational
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11:50 - 13:10
Room 11 - Blue Room (Law & Administration)
(00700) Seeing things for what they are? Attitudes towards economic, gender, and race-based inequality
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11:50 - 13:30
Room 12 - Small Room (Law & Administration)
(01320) Social Attention: New Insights into a basic social cognitive mechanism that orchestrates social living
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13:10 - 14:30
Lunch
13:10 - 14:30
Room 5 - Seminar Room (Auditorium Maximum)
Lunchtime session
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13:20 - 14:20
Room 7 - Conference Room (Auditorium Maximum)
Lunchtime session
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14:30 - 16:30
Main Auditorium A+B (Auditorium Maximum)
Award session: Early-Career Awards, Mid-Career Awards, Lifetime Achievement Award, Social Psychology Ambassadors
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16:30 - 16:50
Coffee break
16:50 - 19:30
Main Auditorium A+B (Auditorium Maximum)
Members Business Meeting
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08:00
REGISTRATION

The registration desk will be open for the entire duration of the conference.

08:45 - 10:25
Session 7
08:45 - 10:25
Room 1 - Main Auditorium A (Auditorium Maximum)
(00150) Nothing is so practical as social identity theory: Lessons from real-world collaboration and application
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08:45 - 10:25
Room 2 - Main Auditorium B (Auditorium Maximum)
(00370) A Fresh Look at an Old Debate: Ideological (A)Symmetries Across Contexts and Methods
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08:45 - 10:25
Room 3 - Middle Auditorium A (Auditorium Maximum)
Blitz 7.1 Health II
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08:45 - 10:25
Room 4 - Middle Auditorium B (Auditorium Maximum)
(02780) Post-transgression behavior as communication
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08:45 - 10:25
Room 5 - Seminar Room (Auditorium Maximum)
(00970) Think before you speak: Strategic expression of emotions in interpersonal and intergroup contexts
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08:45 - 10:25
Room 6 - Small Auditorium (Auditorium Maximum)
(01220) Psychological Responses to Control Deprivation Across Five Unique Contexts
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08:45 - 10:25
Room 7 - Conference Room (Auditorium Maximum)
(00980) Online and offline: When sexual objectification affects the building blocks of our social interactions
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08:45 - 10:25
Room 10 - Green Room (Law & Administration)
Blitz 7.2 Communication
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08:45 - 10:05
Room 8 - Assembly Hall A (Law & Administration)
(02270) Helping others: When and why do people do it?
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08:45 - 10:05
Room 9 - Assembly Hall B (Law & Administration)
(00750) Cooperation, empowerment, and climate change: Social psychology in the context of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
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08:45 - 10:05
Room 11 - Blue Room (Law & Administration)
(02190) Parents, Pride and Prejudice: Family Experiences of Stigma and Discrimination
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08:45 - 10:05
Room 12 - Small Room (Law & Administration)
(00160) The generative power of a propositional account: bridging empirical evidence and theoretical considerations from different research domains
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10:25 - 10:50
Coffee break
10:50 - 11:50
Room 13 - Exhibition Room (Auditorium Maximum)
Poster Session 4
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11:50 - 13:10
Session 8
11:50 - 13:10
Room 1 - Main Auditorium A (Auditorium Maximum)
(00320) Discrimination and discriminatory climates: Effects on academic and intergroup outcomes of ethnic minority and majority group members
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11:50 - 13:10
Room 2 - Main Auditorium B (Auditorium Maximum)
(00520) Men, Stereotypes and Social Change
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11:50 - 13:10
Room 3 - Middle Auditorium A (Auditorium Maximum)
Blitz 8.1 Conspiracy
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11:50 - 13:10
Room 4 - Middle Auditorium B (Auditorium Maximum)
(03140) Reinforcement learning approaches to understanding and changing prejudice
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11:50 - 13:10
Room 5 - Seminar Room (Auditorium Maximum)
(03070) Intimate Partner Violence and Dating Violence in heterosexual and LGTB young adults. Risk factors and consequences from the perspective multicultural
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11:50 - 13:10
Room 6 - Small Auditorium (Auditorium Maximum)
(01350) The polarizing language of opinions
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11:50 - 13:10
Room 7 - Conference Room (Auditorium Maximum)
(02720) Biased Group Perception – Linearity, Endpoint Anchoring, Accentuation, and Prototypicality in Social Judgements
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11:50 - 13:10
Room 8 - Assembly Hall A (Law & Administration)
(03040) Can equal be the new normal? From shifting social norms to improved intergroup relations
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11:50 - 13:10
Room 9 - Assembly Hall B (Law & Administration)
(00670) Towards an integrated sense of self at work: Advances and current trends in identity integration research
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11:50 - 13:10
Room 10 - Green Room (Law & Administration)
Blitz 8.2 Ideology I
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11:50 - 13:10
Room 11 - Blue Room (Law & Administration)
(02210) Major societal moments and their effect on norm perceptions and attitudes: an application to the Serbian, U.S., Australian, and Swiss contexts
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13:10 - 14:30
Lunch
13:10 - 14:30
Room 5 - Seminar Room (Auditorium Maximum)
Lunchtime session
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14:30 - 16:30
Session 9
14:30 - 16:30
Room 3 - Middle Auditorium A (Auditorium Maximum)
Blitz 9.1 Close Relationships III
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14:30 - 16:30
Room 4 - Middle Auditorium B (Auditorium Maximum)
(00560) Social Grammar – Understanding the Role of Grammar in Conveying Social Information Beyond the Meaning of Words
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14:30 - 16:30
Room 10 - Green Room (Law & Administration)
Blitz 9.2 Emotion I
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14:30 - 15:50
Room 1 - Main Auditorium A (Auditorium Maximum)
(00080) Studying implicit bias across levels of analysis: From the regional to the cultural, from the historical to the algorithmic
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14:30 - 16:10
Room 2 - Main Auditorium B (Auditorium Maximum)
(02120) Dynamics of polarisation beyond bipartisan divides
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14:30 - 16:10
Room 5 - Seminar Room (Auditorium Maximum)
(02790) The costs and benefits of engaging with other people’s suffering
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14:30 - 16:10
Room 6 - Small Auditorium (Auditorium Maximum)
(00790) To sustain or to undermine inequalities: identifying beliefs that can shape attitudes towards economic inequality
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14:30 - 16:10
Room 7 - Conference Room (Auditorium Maximum)
(00200) Shall I compare thee to a … or a … to thee? Comparative expressions bias people’s thinking, understanding of probabilities, and impressions of others
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14:30 - 16:10
Room 8 - Assembly Hall A (Law & Administration)
(00990) Potential beliefs and factors underlying the gender gap in STEM
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14:30 - 16:10
Room 9 - Assembly Hall B (Law & Administration)
(00550) Into the wild: Does counterfactual thinking have effects outside of the lab?
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14:30 - 16:10
Room 11 - Blue Room (Law & Administration)
(00590) Innovative approaches to investigate the temporal dynamics of intergroup contact and outgroup evaluations
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14:30 - 16:10
Room 12 - Small Room (Law & Administration)
(00230) Narratives of conflict and peace: understanding peace and conflict across contexts
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16:30 - 16:50
Coffee break
16:50 - 17:50
Room 13 - Exhibition Room (Auditorium Maximum)
Poster Session 5
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17:50 - 19:30
Session 10
17:50 - 19:30
Room 1 - Main Auditorium A (Auditorium Maximum)
(03160) Inequality, representation, and political attitudes: Understanding the structural causes of polarisation
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17:50 - 19:30
Room 3 - Middle Auditorium A (Auditorium Maximum)
Blitz 10.1 Emotion II
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17:50 - 19:30
Room 4 - Middle Auditorium B (Auditorium Maximum)
(00060) Judgment-behaviour discrepancy in moral psychology research
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17:50 - 19:30
Room 6 - Small Auditorium (Auditorium Maximum)
(02140) The Impact of intelligent agents on Social and Romantic Relationships
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17:50 - 19:30
Room 7 - Conference Room (Auditorium Maximum)
(03110) Host-Migrant Relations and Acceptance of Immigrants in Novel Contexts: An Intergroup Contact Approach
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17:50 - 19:30
Room 8 - Assembly Hall A (Law & Administration)
(00720) Social Identity Complexity, Group Identification, Personal Values, and the Interplay between Them: A Symposium in Memory of Sonia Roccas
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17:50 - 19:30
Room 9 - Assembly Hall B (Law & Administration)
(00300) What does it mean to believe in free will?
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17:50 - 19:30
Room 10 - Green Room (Law & Administration)
Blitz 10.2 Proenvironmental and Prosocial Behaviour
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17:50 - 19:10
Room 2 - Main Auditorium B (Auditorium Maximum)
(02670) Gender stereotypes and gender equality through the lens of cross-cultural comparisons
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17:50 - 19:10
Room 5 - Seminar Room (Auditorium Maximum)
(02640) The impact of (the lack of) information on prosocial behaviors
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17:50 - 19:10
Room 11 - Blue Room (Law & Administration)
(02960) Experiences, needs and interventions: How individual and structural factors relate to belonging and well-being in organizational settings
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17:50 - 19:10
Room 12 - Small Room (Law & Administration)
(02180) “It is also about they see us!”: identity recognition across different social groups and contexts and consequences for belonging.
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20:30 - 22:00
“Klub Sportowy Nadwiślan Kraków”, Koletek 20 st.
Football game night
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08:00
REGISTRATION

The registration desk will be open for the entire duration of the conference.

08:45 - 10:25
Session 11
08:45 - 10:25
Room 1 - Main Auditorium A (Auditorium Maximum)
(01120) Social exclusion, ostracism, and rejection research - Part 1
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08:45 - 10:25
Room 2 - Main Auditorium B (Auditorium Maximum)
(01210) The Social Psychology of Resistance in Violent and Repressive Contexts
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08:45 - 10:25
Room 3 - Middle Auditorium A (Auditorium Maximum)
Blitz 11.1 Judgment
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08:45 - 10:25
Room 4 - Middle Auditorium B (Auditorium Maximum)
(02570) The Broader Benefits of Intergroup Contact: Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Transfer Effects
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08:45 - 10:25
Room 7 - Conference Room (Auditorium Maximum)
(00180) The interpersonal consequences of ambivalence in different relational settings
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08:45 - 10:25
Room 8 - Assembly Hall A (Law & Administration)
(00650) Invisible but not Invincible: Barriers to LGBTQ+ Inclusion at Work
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08:45 - 10:25
Room 9 - Assembly Hall B (Law & Administration)
(02760) Fake or Fact? Novel Measures of Disinformation Discernment
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08:45 - 10:25
Room 10 - Green Room (Law & Administration)
Blitz 11.2 Prejudice I
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08:45 - 10:25
Room 11 - Blue Room (Law & Administration)
(00680) Scope: Social and Emotional Self-Regulation
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08:45 - 10:25
Room 12 - Small Room (Law & Administration)
(02810) We’re a little different: Individual and group differences in social relationships and ways to look past them!
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08:45 - 10:00
Room 5 - Seminar Room (Auditorium Maximum)
(02710) Two sides of the same coin? Experimental evidence for intra- and intergroup factors behind cooperation and conflict
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08:45 - 10:05
Room 6 - Small Auditorium (Auditorium Maximum)
(02860) Uncovering the unknown: Moving toward a more holistic understanding of keeping and sharing secrets
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10:25 - 10:50
Coffee break
10:50 - 11:50
Room 13 - Exhibition Room (Auditorium Maximum)
Poster Session 6
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11:50 - 13:10
Session 12
11:50 - 13:10
Room 1 - Main Auditorium A (Auditorium Maximum)
(00090) Competing interests in challenging inequality
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11:50 - 13:10
Room 2 - Main Auditorium B (Auditorium Maximum)
(00630) The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Social Identity of Trauma and Adversity
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11:50 - 13:10
Room 3 - Middle Auditorium A (Auditorium Maximum)
Blitz 12.1 Interventions
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11:50 - 13:10
Room 4 - Middle Auditorium B (Auditorium Maximum)
(01330) Implicit bias in applied contexts: from health to mental health and gender equality
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11:50 - 13:10
Room 5 - Seminar Room (Auditorium Maximum)
(02630) How students’ and parents’ beliefs in school meritocracy play a role in the reproduction and legitimation of academic and social inequalities
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11:50 - 13:10
Room 6 - Small Auditorium (Auditorium Maximum)
(02660) From Threat to Buffer: Negative Effects of Gender Identity Threat and How to Reduce It
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11:50 - 13:10
Room 7 - Conference Room (Auditorium Maximum)
(02460) You never get a second chance to change the first impression – or do you? How perceivers form and update impressions about others
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11:50 - 13:10
Room 8 - Assembly Hall A (Law & Administration)
(02990) The Queen’s Crowds – Participation, Representation, Transformation, and Continuity
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11:50 - 13:10
Room 9 - Assembly Hall B (Law & Administration)
(00250) Towards a biographical perspective on the development of political worldviews
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11:50 - 13:10
Room 10 - Green Room (Law & Administration)
Blitz 12.2 Norms
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11:50 - 13:10
Room 11 - Blue Room (Law & Administration)
(00810) When morality comes to the fore: The antecedents, processes, and consequences of societal moralisation and division
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13:10 - 14:30
Lunch
13:10 - 14:30
Room 7 - Conference Room (Auditorium Maximum)
Lunchtime session
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13:10 - 14:30
Room 5 - Seminar Room (Auditorium Maximum)
Lunchtime session
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14:30 - 16:30
Session 13
14:30 - 16:30
Room 3 - Middle Auditorium A (Auditorium Maximum)
Blitz 13.1 Ideology II
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14:30 - 16:30
Room 4 - Middle Auditorium B (Auditorium Maximum)
(00960) In the Values of the Beholder: How personal values impact interpretation and meaning in life
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14:30 - 16:30
Room 7 - Conference Room (Auditorium Maximum)
(00610) Towards a new generation of acculturation research: Innovative dynamic and contextual methods to capture complexity across time, domains, and contexts
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14:30 - 16:30
Room 10 - Green Room (Law & Administration)
Blitz 13.2 Prejudice II
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14:30 - 16:10
Room 1 - Main Auditorium A (Auditorium Maximum)
(02200) Legacies of colonialism and present-day intergroup relations
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14:30 - 16:10
Room 2 - Main Auditorium B (Auditorium Maximum)
(00860) Novel Directions in Honour Research
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14:30 - 16:10
Room 5 - Seminar Room (Auditorium Maximum)
(02450) Rethinking gender and language – Recent developments and novel insights into gender inclusive language beyond the binary
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14:30 - 16:10
Room 6 - Small Auditorium (Auditorium Maximum)
(01010) Perspectives on social and interpersonal trust: A social-psychological outlook
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14:30 - 16:10
Room 8 - Assembly Hall A (Law & Administration)
(00460) A modest proposal to revisit theories of collective action by and for marginalized groups
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14:30 - 16:10
Room 9 - Assembly Hall B (Law & Administration)
(02420) Economic inequality fostering individual and societal change
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14:30 - 16:10
Room 11 - Blue Room (Law & Administration)
(02700) Functions of Being Moved in Times of Crisis
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14:30 - 16:10
Room 12 - Small Room (Law & Administration)
(00190) The Social Nature of Emotion Regulation: Causes, Consequences and Cultural Context
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16:30 - 16:50
Coffee break
16:50 - 17:50
Room 13 - Exhibition Room (Auditorium Maximum)
Poster Session 7
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17:50 - 19:30
Session 14
17:50 - 19:30
Room 1 - Main Auditorium A (Auditorium Maximum)
(00760) Beliefs in Conspiracy Theories: From intra-individual to intergroup antecedents and consequences
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17:50 - 19:30
Room 2 - Main Auditorium B (Auditorium Maximum)
(02610) Psychosocial consequences of economic inequality: A threat to democracy and well-being
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