- Outgroup prejudice in western Europe.
- Book title
- European Review of Social Psychology
- Document type
- Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences (FMG)
- Psychology Research Institute (PsyRes)
(from the chapter) Outgroup prejudice has been a major area for social psychological applications. Yet European social psychology has not widely studied prejudice against the continent's new minorities. These groups provide a useful comparison with which to test generalization concerning prejudice derived largely on African Americans. The authors advance 2 interrelated hypothesis: (1) the universality hypothesis predicts that social psychological factors operate in similar ways across nations and target groups though the macro-contexts vary widely; and (2) the mediation hypothesis predicts that key social psychological predictors of prejudice serve a critical mediators of the effects on prejudice of social factors. The authors tested these hypotheses and more specific phenomena with analyses of the data from the 1988 Euro-Barometer 30 survey with 4,045 adults from France, the UK, the Netherlands, and West Germany. 964 responses to the American National Election Survey were used for comparison purposes. The authors found considerable support for both hypotheses. There were remarkable consistencies, with some distinctive feature, in prejudice phenomena that operate across nations and outgroups. The authors highlight the comparable operation of psychological processes acting as proximal causes of prejudice and mediators for social factors operating as distal causes.66600120520012001In defense of the subtle prejudice concept: A retort.001731313299309uva/uba/fmg/psych149542Pettigrew;;T.F.;;1001890;1;01;25002200;25001000;;02;01;01-05-1980Responds to Coenders et al (see record 2001-06995-005) experiment replication and comments on the article by T. F. Pettigrew and R. W. Meertens' (see record 1995-28884-001) which investigated blatant and subtle intergroup prejudice. Coenders et al produced a different analysis of prejudice from the current authors. The authors see no reason to withdraw their claims for both the concept and measurement of subtle prejudice. The authors believe that by obscuring their theoretical structure and offering none of their own, Coenders et al follow their empirical preferences to reach a meaningless solution.66610320519921992Het schatten van prototypische groepsstandpunten.68397uva/uba/feb/aseuva/uba/fmgTilburg University PressTilburgFundamentele Sociale PsychologieFundamentele Sociale Psychologie115362Vries;de;N.K.;;Ahlers;;J.;;1001890;1;01;25002200;25001000;;02;01;01-05-1980Ellemers;;N.;Pligt;van der;J.;Kloot;v.d.;W.;66620320520012001Anxiety disorders285306uva/uba/fmg/psychNew YorkPlenum0306463814Advanced abnormal psychology1479871010619;1;01;94002000;;;01;01;15-09-1996Oppen;van;P.;;Hasselt;van;V.B.;Hersen;;M.;66630320520012001De cognitieve-gedragstherapeutische benadering128131uva/uba/fmg/psychAssenVan Gorcum9023235312Psychologische patientenzorg in de oncologie : handboek voor de professional1479881010619;1;01;94002000;;;01;01;15-09-1996Haes;de;J.C.J.M.;et al.;;;66640120519871987The effects of parental rearing style on the development of Type A pattern0017301223230uva/uba/fmg/psych1469961010619;1;01;94002000;;;01;01;15-09-1996Karsdorp;;E.P.;;66650120519871987Imaginaire Confrontatie, behandeling of mishandeling?2903907176179uva/uba/fmg/psych1469971010619;1;01;94002000;;;01;01;15-09-1996Boelens;;W.;;66660320519871987Failures in behavior therapy8794uva/uba/fmg/psychAmsterdamSwets & Zeitlinger9026508549Controversial issues of behavior modification1469981010619;1;01;94002000;;;01;01;15-09-1996Dauwalder;;J.P.;Perrez;;M.;Hobi;;V.;66670120519871987"Nightmares": CommentaryIntegrative Psychiatry57475uva/uba/fmg/psych1355321010619;1;01;94002000;;;01;01;15-09-199666680120519871987Imaginaire confrontatie: Mishandeling van een methode?2903907356358uva/uba/fmg/psych1469991010619;1;01;94002000;;;01;01;15-09-1996Boelens;;W.;;66690120519881988Reacties op technologische risico'sNederlands Tijdschrift voor de Psychologie43206212uva/uba/fmg/psych1168391002239;1;01;94003500;;;01;01;01-12-1986Boer;de ;J.;;Reviews research areas that are relevant to the study of public reactions to technologic risks: risk perception, environmental stress, public acceptance and (local) public opposition, health risks, insecurity, and anxiety. These issues are illustrated with research on the public acceptance of nuclear power plants and public reactions to contaminated soil. 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The measure investigated Ss' smoking attitudes and behavior and the effects of peer pressure on both. Results show that smokers (anyone who had smoked at all within the previous week) held less negative attitudes about smoking, were more likely to have a father who smoked, and anticipated less parental disapproval of their smoking. When asked to name their 5 best friends among their classmates, smokers were more likely to name other smokers than were nonsmokers. On the basis of these results, it is argued that the notion of "peer group influence" should be reconceptualized in terms of intergroup processes and social identity concerns within the peer group.66740120519731973The reflexive influence of the feedback of reaction time, expectancy wave (CNV) and heart-frequency: Specific and nonspecific effects.111624286369388uva/uba/fmg/psych123316Godaert;;G.;;Hechten;van;H.;;Driehuis;;H.J.;;1001525;1;01;94004000;;;01;01;01-02-1987Studied the influence of feedback on the attending processes. Ss were 36 16-31 yr old male candidates for the air service. The effects of the feedback were varying length of the reaction time (RT), the "contingent negative variation" (CNV), and the variation in heart frequency. The CNV, measured by EEG, indicated the reaction during the preparatory interval between the warning signal and the reaction signal or button-pressing. The CNV was characterized by the rapid ascent of the EEG during the preparatory interval and a rapid reduction succeeding the reaction signal. A strong deceleration in heart frequency was associated with a strong CNV amplitude and a short RT. The conditions were no feedback, random feedback, and constant feedback. With random or constant feedback the CNV rose but fell with no feedback. Results indicate no difference between the average CNV amplitude of 2 groups of quick or slow reactors. Different effects of the feedback conditions on the amplitude ! of the CNV were found for the varying lengths of the preparatory interval. Also the length of the preparatory interval influenced the contour of the CNV.66750120519841984Mechanism of neuroadenolysis of the pituitary for cancer pain control31484747397110uva/uba/fmg/psychuva/uba/amc122980Trouwborst ;;A.;;Yanagida;;H.;;Erdmann;;W.;;1001525;1;01;94004000;;;01;01;01-02-1987Studied whether neuronal activity of the pituitary gland, as related to the primary somatosensory cortex, may be involved in the pain perception pathway influenced by neuroadenolysis of the pituitary. EEG and tooth-pulp EPs (TPEPs) were examined in 3 rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta). Findings indicate that an increase of TPEPs (hyperactivity) in the pituitary gland was produced after alcohol injection into the sella turcica, leading to a decrease of pain response in the sensory cortex (decrease of TPEPs). 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However, due to the complex structure of pooled data sets, this approach cannot simply be regarded as a convenient way of increasing the number of cases and getting more significant results. This paper exemplifies the fallacies of pooled data sets by reanalyzing a study done by Paul Boreham and Hugh Compston on the effect of labour participation in policy formation on unemployment. Reanalysis of their data set controlling for the panel structure of the data by using panel corrected standard errors and a more detailed analysis of the bivariate relationships show that the causal effect is less clear-cut than suggested and becomes considerably weaker during the 1980s. These dynamics are simply averaged out by pooled analysis. This leads to the conclusion that the currently most popular approach to pooled time-series cross-section analysis in comparative political economy - the constant-coefficients model - neither solves the small-N problem nor draws attention to dynamics over time. 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There is increasing evidence that behavioral problems are common in very young children, yet little is known about the etiology of individual differences in these problems. It is unclear to what degree environmental and genetic factors influence the development of early child psychopathology. In this paper, we focus on the following issues. Firstly, to what degree do genetic and environmental factors influence variation in behavioral problems? Secondly, to what degree are these underlying etiological factors moderated by sex and informant? We investigate these issues by analyzing Child Behavior Checklist (CBCL) data on 9689 3-year-old twin pairs. Methods. Rater Bias and Psychometric Models were fitted to CBCL/2-3 data obtained from mothers and fathers to determine the genetic and environmental contributions to the five CBCL syndromes:aggressive, oppositional, overactive, withdrawn, and anxious/depressed behavior. Results. Parental ratings are influenced by aspects of the child's behavior that are experienced in the same way by both parents and by aspects of the child's behavior that are experienced uniquely by each parent. There is evidence for high genetic contributions to all CBCL syndromes. Shared and non-shared environmental influences play significant roles as well. One exception is overactive behavior, which is influenced by genetic and non-shared environmental influences only. Conclusions. Variation in behavior problems in the very young shows high heritability. Individual raters offer unique perspectives that can have an impact on estimates of problem behavior and genetic architecture. 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