Vol 2, No 1 (2014)

Including a Special Thematic Section on "20 Years after Genocide: Psychology's Role in Reconciliation and Reconstruction in Rwanda" (guest-edited by Craig McGarty)

Table of Contents

From the Editors

Acknowledgement of Reviewers, 2012-2013 PDF HTML
J. Christopher Cohrs, Johanna Ray Vollhardt 1-2

Original Research Reports

The Differential Effects of Hope and Fear on Information Processing in Intractable Conflict PDF HTML
Smadar Cohen-Chen, Eran Halperin, Roni Porat, Daniel Bar-Tal 11-30
Parenting and Politics: Exploring Early Moral Bases of Political Orientation PDF HTML
Ronnie Janoff-Bulman, Nate C. Carnes, Sana Sheikh 43-60
Defending or Challenging the Status Quo: Position Effects on Biased Intergroup Perceptions PDF HTML
Emma A. Bäck, Torun Lindholm 77–97
Ideological Support for the Indian Caste System: Social Dominance Orientation, Right-Wing Authoritarianism and Karma PDF HTML
Sarah Cotterill, James Sidanius, Arjun Bhardwaj, Vivek Kumar 98-116
Media Usage and Civic Life: The Role of Values PDF HTML
Rengin Bahar Firat 117-142
Not All Education is Equally Liberal: The Effects of Science Education on Political Attitudes PDF HTML
Christine Ma-Kellams, Aida Rocci Ruiz, Jacqueline Lee, Andrea Madu 143-163
Personality, Negativity, and Political Participation PDF HTML
Aaron C. Weinschenk, Costas Panagopoulos 164-182
Social Cognition and Democracy: The Relationship Between System Justification, Just World Beliefs, Authoritarianism, Need for Closure, and Need for Cognition in Hungary PDF HTML
László Kelemen, Zsolt Péter Szabó, Noémi Zsuzsanna Mészáros, János László, Josef P. Forgas 197-219
Authoritarianism and Intolerance Under Autocratic and Democratic Regimes PDF HTML
Kris Dunn 220-241
Neuroticism and State Differences in Partisanship in the USA: Emotional Stability, Ideological Orientation, and Republican Preference PDF HTML
Stewart J. H. McCann 242-267
Faith in the Just Behavior of the Government: Intergroup Apologies and Apology Elaboration PDF HTML
Rachel R. Steele, Craig W. Blatz 268-288
When Do Low Status Groups Help High Status Groups? The Moderating Effects of Ingroup Identification, Audience Group Membership, and Perceived Reputational Benefit PDF HTML
Chuma Kevin Owuamalam, Mark Rubin 289-312
A Compensatory Control Account of Meritocracy PDF HTML
Chris Goode, Lucas A. Keefer, Ludwin E. Molina 313-334
Religious and Ethnic Discrimination: Differential Implications for Social Support Engagement, Civic Involvement, and Political Consciousness PDF HTML
Renate Ysseldyk, Miki Talebi, Kimberly Matheson, Irene Bloemraad, Hymie Anisman 347-376


Who Coined the Concept of Ethnocentrism? A Brief Report PDF HTML
Boris Bizumic 3-10
The Life Cycle of a British Islamist: A Jungian Perspective PDF HTML
Lawrence Alschuler 31-42
Review of "Political Psychology: Critical Perspectives" PDF HTML
Paul Nesbitt-Larking 71–76
Psychology, Economic Policy Design, and Implementation: Contributing to the Understanding of Economic Policy Failures in Africa PDF HTML
Seth Oppong 183-196
Political Left and Right: Our Hands-On Logic PDF HTML
Frits Bienfait, Walter E. A. van Beek 335-346

Action Teaching Reports

Art and Aging: Digital Projects for Individuals With Dementia PDF HTML
Elyssa Twedt, Dennis R. Proffitt, Donna L. Hearn 61–70

Special Thematic Section on "20 Years after Genocide: Psychology's Role in Reconciliation and Reconstruction in Rwanda" (guest-edited by Craig McGarty)

Twenty Years After Genocide: The Role of Psychology in the Reconciliation and Reconstruction Process in Rwanda PDF HTML
Craig McGarty 377-386
Between Fiction and Reality in Post-Genocide Rwanda: Reflections on a Social-Psychological Media Intervention for Social Change PDF HTML
Rezarta Bilali 387-400
Trust, Individual Guilt, Collective Guilt and Dispositions Toward Reconciliation Among Rwandan Survivors and Prisoners Before and After Their Participation in Postgenocide Gacaca Courts in Rwanda PDF HTML
Patrick Kanyangara, Bernard Rimé, Dario Paez, Vincent Yzerbyt 401-416
How Motherhood Triumphs Over Trauma Among Mothers With Children From Genocidal Rape in Rwanda PDF HTML
Odeth Kantengwa 417-434
Beyond Conflict and Spoilt Identities: How Rwandan Leaders Justify a Single Recategorization Model for Post-Conflict Reconciliation PDF HTML
Sigrun Marie Moss 435-449
Messages of Hope: Using Positive Stories of Survival to Assist Recovery in Rwanda PDF HTML
Girish Lala, Craig McGarty, Emma F. Thomas, Angela Ebert, Mick Broderick, Martin Mhando, Yves Kamuronsi 450-468
Supportive-Expressive Group Therapy for People Experiencing Collective Traumatic Crisis During the Genocide Commemoration Period in Rwanda: Impact and Implications PDF HTML
Darius Gishoma, Jean-Luc Brackelaire, Naasson Munyandamutsa, Jane Mujawayezu, Achour Ait Mohand, Yvonne Kayiteshonga 469-488
Does Identification With Rwanda Increase Reconciliation Sentiments Between Genocide Survivors and Non-Victims? The Mediating Roles of Perceived Intergroup Similarity and Self-Esteem During Commemorations PDF HTML
Clémentine Kanazayire, Laurent Licata, Patricia Mélotte, Jean Pierre Dusingizemungu, Assaad E. Azzi 489-504
The Challenging Road to Reconciliation in Rwanda: Societal Processes, Interventions and Their Evaluation PDF HTML
Ervin Staub 505-517

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