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  • White, or Not Quite? Predicting Arab American Responses to Racial Categorization Forms

    Nader Hakim, Nyla Branscombe
  • Moral Typecasting Explains Evaluations of Undocumented Immigrants

    Rachel R. Steele, Ronnie Janoff-Bulman
  • How group members appraise collective history: Appraisal dimensions of collective history and their role in in-group engagement

    Damilola Makanju, Andrew G. Livingstone , Joseph Sweetman
  • Social invisibility and discrimination of Roma people in Italy and Brazil

    Giannino Melotti, Mariana Bonomo, Julia Alves Brasil, Paola Villano
  • Will Outgroup Members Satisfy My Need for Autonomy? The Role of Need Expectations in Outgroup Attitudes

    Netta Weinstein, Lukas Wolf, Lisa Legault, Şükrü Atsizelti, Nicole Legate
  • Perceived Legitimacy of Political Decision-Making Among Czech Adults: Findings from the Focus Groups

    Zuzana Scott, Lucie Lomičová
  • Are we really going to get out of COVID-19 together? Secured legal status and trust among refugees and migrants

    Emanuele Politi, Antoine Roblain, Laurent Licata
  • Explaining opposition to redistribution vs. interpersonal discrimination against the lower class: the roles of economic ideology and value conflict

    Lea Hartwich, Julia C. Becker
  • Accepting Repression in Times of COVID-19: The Democratic Delusion Paradox

    Stefano Passini, Davide Morselli
  • The Influence of Perceived Threat and Political Mistrust on Politicized Identity and Normative and Violent Nonnormative Collective Action

    Christian Chan, Robyn E. Gulliver, Arya Awale, Katy Y. Y. Tam, Winnifred R. Louis
  • Conspiracy theory vulnerability: Considering four epistemologies related to four developmental existential-relational positions

    Richard Webb, Philip Rosenbaum
  • The Dual Nature of American Partisan Affect: Examining the Impact of Inparty Affinity and Outparty Animosity on Unique Forms of Political Behavior

    Adi Wiezel, John K. Wagner
  • Mobilising IDEAS in the COVID-19 pandemic: Predicting anti-lockdown protests and well-being with the Identity-Deprivation-Efficacy-Action-Subjective well-being model

    Fanny Lalot, Gaëlle Marinthe, Alice Kasper, Dominic Abrams
  • How do those affected by a disaster organize to meet their needs for justice? Campaign strategies and partial victories following the Grenfell Tower fire

    Selin Tekin , John Drury
  • On (National) Citizenship and (De)Politicised Nations: Everyday Discourses about the Catalan Secessionist Movement

    Cristina Pradillo-Caimari, Andrés Di Masso Tarditti, Eleni Andreouli
  • Judging job applicants by their politics: Effects of target–rater political dissimilarity on discrimination, cooperation, and stereotyping

    Samantha Sinclair, Artur Nilsson, Jens Agerström
  • The role of subjective power dynamics in far-right collective action: The “Unite the Right” rally and the Capitol insurrection

    Carina Hoerst, John Drury
  • From Primary to Presidency: Fake News, False Memory, and Changing Attitudes in the 2016 Election

    Rebecca Hofstein Grady, Peter H. Ditto, Elizabeth F. Loftus, Linda J. Levine, Rachel Leigh Greenspan, Daniel P. Relihan