Levi Adelman
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To be or not to be (ethnic): Public vs. private expressions of ethnic identification differentially impact national inclusion of White and non-White groups
K Yogeeswaran, N Dasgupta, L Adelman, A Eccleston, MT Parker
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 47 (5), 908-914, 2011
A whole other story: Inclusive victimhood narratives reduce competitive victimhood and intergroup hostility
L Adelman, B Leidner, H Ünal, E Nahhas, N Shnabel
Personality and social psychology bulletin 42 (10), 1416-1430, 2016
Intergroup toleration and its implications for culturally diverse societies
M Verkuyten, K Yogeeswaran, L Adelman
Social Issues and Policy Review 13 (1), 5-35, 2019
In the eyes of the beholder: National identification predicts differential reactions to ethnic identity expressions.
K Yogeeswaran, L Adelman, MT Parker, N Dasgupta
Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology 20 (3), 362, 2014
Toleration and prejudice‐reduction: Two ways of improving intergroup relations
M Verkuyten, K Yogeeswaran, L Adelman
European Journal of Social Psychology 50 (2), 239-255, 2020
Prejudice and the acceptance of Muslim minority practices: A person-centered approach.
L Adelman, M Verkuyten
Social Psychology 51 (1), 1, 2020
Effect of threat and social identity on reactions to ingroup criticism: Defensiveness, openness, and a remedy
L Adelman, N Dasgupta
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 45 (5), 740-753, 2019
Challenges to traditional narratives of intractable conflict decrease ingroup glorification
Q McLamore, L Adelman, B Leidner
Personality and social psychology bulletin 45 (12), 1702-1716, 2019
They're all the same, sometimes: Prejudicial attitudes toward Muslims influence motivated judgments of entitativity and collective responsibility for an individual's actions
L Adelman, K Yogeeswaran, B Lickel
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 80, 31-38, 2019
The Psychology of intolerance: Unpacking diverse understandings of intolerance
M Verkuyten, L Adelman, K Yogeeswaran
Current Directions in Psychological Science 29 (5), 467-472, 2020
Accepting Muslim minority practices: A case of discriminatory or normative intolerance?
S Sleijpen, M Verkuyten, L Adelman
Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, 2020
Being tolerated and minority well-being: The role of group identifications
S Cvetkovska, M Verkuyten, L Adelman
International Journal of Intercultural Relations 74, 161-173, 2020
The Negative Implications of Being Tolerated: Tolerance From the Target’s Perspective
M Verkuyten, K Yogeeswaran, L Adelman
Perspectives on Psychological Science 15 (3), 544-561, 2020
Perpetrator religion and perceiver’s political ideology affect processing and communication of media reports of violence.
S Habib, L Adelman, B Leidner, S Pasha, R Sibii
Social Psychology 51 (1), 63, 2020
Psychological contributions to philosophy: The cases of just war theory and nonviolence
L Adelman, B Leidner, SN Orazani
The nature of peace and the morality of armed conflict, 267-291, 2017
Rules of engagement: Reactions to internal and external criticism in public debate
L Adelman, M Verkuyten
British Journal of Social Psychology 59 (2), 405-424, 2020
Reactions to ingroup critics under threat: Social psychological factors that magnify versus mitigate negative reactions
L Adelman
The Ironic Effects of Perspective-Taking on Reactions toward Illegal Immigrants
L Adelman
Intolerant of being tolerant? Examining the impact of intergroup toleration on relative left frontal activity and outgroup attitudes
K Yogeeswaran, K Nash, H Jia, L Adelman, M Verkuyten
Current Psychology, 1-12, 0
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