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    1. Verbeemen, T; Vanoverberghe, V; Storms, G; Ruts, W
      The role of contrast categories in natural language concepts

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    2. Gamez, E; Marrero, H
      Interpersonal motives in comprehension of narratives

      DISCOURSE PROCESSES
    3. Bizman, A; Yinon, Y
      Perceived threat and Israeli Jews' evaluations of Russian immigrants: the moderating role of Jewish and Israeli identity

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INTERCULTURAL RELATIONS
    4. Gosselin, F; Schyns, PG
      Why do we SLIP to the basic level? Computational constraints and their implementation

      PSYCHOLOGICAL REVIEW
    5. Dovidio, JF; Gaertner, SL; Niemann, YF; Snider, K
      Racial, ethnic, and cultural differences in responding to distinctiveness and discrimination on campus: Stigma and common group identity

      JOURNAL OF SOCIAL ISSUES
    6. Hornsey, MJ; Hogg, MA
      Assimilation and diversity: An integrative model of subgroup relations

      PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY REVIEW
    7. Chryssochoou, X
      Memberships in a superordinate level: Re-thinking European union as a multi-national society

      JOURNAL OF COMMUNITY & APPLIED SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
    8. Krupnik, EP; Lebedeva, EN
      Psychological stability of personal constructs in the period of adulthood

      PSIKHOLOGICHESKII ZHURNAL
    9. Hornsey, MJ; Hogg, MA
      Intergroup similarity and subgroup relations: Some implications for assimilation

      PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY BULLETIN
    10. Hornsey, MJ; Hogg, MA
      Subgroup relations: A comparison of mutual intergroup differentiation and common ingroup identity models of prejudice reduction

      PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY BULLETIN
    11. Gaertner, SL; Dovidio, JF; Rust, MC; Nier, JA; Banker, BS; Ward, CM; Mottola, GR; Houlette, M
      Reducing intergroup bias: Elements of intergroup cooperation

      JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
    12. ZWAAN RA; RADVANSKY GA
      SITUATION MODELS IN LANGUAGE COMPREHENSION AND MEMORY

      Psychological bulletin
    13. DOVIDIO JF; GAERTNER SL; VALIDZIC A
      INTERGROUP BIAS - STATUS, DIFFERENTIATION, AND A COMMON IN-GROUP IDENTITY

      Journal of personality and social psychology
    14. JETTEN J; SPEARS R; MANSTEAD ASR
      DEFINING DIMENSIONS OF DISTINCTIVENESS - GROUP VARIABILITY MAKES A DIFFERENCE TO DIFFERENTIATION

      Journal of personality and social psychology
    15. SANCHEZMAZAS M; MUGNY G; FALOMIR JM
      MINORITY INFLUENCE AND INTERGROUP RELATIONS - SOCIAL-COMPARISON AND VALIDATION PROCESSES IN THE CONTEXT OF XENOPHOBIA IN SWITZERLAND

      Swiss journal of psychology
    16. MARKMAN AB; WISNIEWSKI EJ
      SIMILAR AND DIFFERENT - THE DIFFERENTIATION OF BASIC-LEVEL CATEGORIES

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    17. SCARBERRY NC; RATCLIFF CD; LORD CG; LANICEK DL; DESFORGES DM
      EFFECTS OF INDIVIDUATING INFORMATION ON THE GENERALIZATION PART OF ALLPORTS CONTACT HYPOTHESIS

      Personality & social psychology bulletin
    18. LAWRENCE VW
      MIDDLE-CLASS AND WORKING-CLASS BLACK-AND-WHITE CHILDRENS SPEECH DURING A PICTURE-LABELING TASK

      The Journal of genetic psychology
    19. CLARK EV
      CONCEPTUAL PERSPECTIVE AND LEXICAL CHOICE IN ACQUISITION

      Cognition
    20. MURPHY GL
      ON METAPHORIC REPRESENTATION

      Cognition
    21. EURICHFULCER R; SCHOFIELD JW
      CORRELATED VERSUS UNCORRELATED SOCIAL CATEGORIZATIONS - THE EFFECT ONINTERGROUP BIAS

      Personality & social psychology bulletin
    22. SANCHEZMAZAS M; ROUX P; MUGNY G
      WHEN THE OUTGROUP BECOMES INGROUP AND WHEN THE INGROUP BECOMES OUTGROUP - XENOPHOBIA AND SOCIAL CATEGORIZATION IN A RESOURCE-ALLOCATION TASK

      European journal of social psychology
    23. HOUGH MS
      CATEGORIZATION IN APHASIA - ACCESS AND ORGANIZATION OF GOAL-DERIVED AND COMMON CATEGORIES

      Aphasiology
    24. MARCUSNEWHALL A; MILLER N; HOLTZ R; BREWER MB
      CROSS-CUTTING CATEGORY MEMBERSHIP WITH ROLE ASSIGNMENT - A MEANS OF REDUCING INTERGROUP BIAS

      British journal of social psychology


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