• Jeff Stone (University of Arizona) : Adventures in replicating and extending classic dissonance effects in the lab and in the wild
    Commentaires fermés sur Jeff Stone (University of Arizona) : Adventures in replicating and extending classic dissonance effects in the lab and in the wild

    Date : mardi 11 juin 2019 à 14h Lieu : salle 5028 The methodological evolution in social psychology has raised questions about the reliability of classic findings given that many were produced (and reproduced) on small samples in a lab setting.  To increase the power and reliability of new findings, many researchers are turning to online subject pool sites like…

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  • Roland Imhoff : Using data-driven approaches to rethink the definitions of stereotypes and prejudices
    Commentaires fermés sur Roland Imhoff : Using data-driven approaches to rethink the definitions of stereotypes and prejudices

    Date : lundi 3 juin 2019 à 14h Lieu : salle 5028   Textbook definitions of intergroup attitudes typically distinguish between stereotypes and prejudices. The term stereotypes then denotes beliefs about how individuals are based on certain category memberships (X is shy because X is a librarian), thus an association between category and an attribute…

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  • PJ. Henry (New York University) : Sexual Orientation Discrimination as a Special Case of Sex Discrimination
    Commentaires fermés sur PJ. Henry (New York University) : Sexual Orientation Discrimination as a Special Case of Sex Discrimination

    Date : lundi 27 mai à 14h Lieu : salle 5028   This fall, the U.S. Supreme Court will decide whether discrimination against the LGBT community, which is not illegal, is a special case of sex discrimination, which is illegal. One major line of reasoning is that discrimination against LGBT individuals is based on their…

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  • Batja Mesquita (University of Leuven) : Emotional acculturation: Emotions as gateways to minority belonging
    Commentaires fermés sur Batja Mesquita (University of Leuven) : Emotional acculturation: Emotions as gateways to minority belonging

    Date : lundi 13 mai 2019 à 14h Lieu : salle 5028   Children learn to have emotions that are valued in their own culture; these emotions benefit them in their relationships with others in that culture. Therefore, having ‘the right emotions’ is one way  in which individuals align themselves –often unwittingly– with the values…

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  • Cédric Bouquet (Université de Poitiers) : Soi corporel et recouvrement soi-autrui dans l’amour romantique
    Commentaires fermés sur Cédric Bouquet (Université de Poitiers) : Soi corporel et recouvrement soi-autrui dans l’amour romantique

    Date : lundi 8 avril à 14h Lieu : salle 5028   Diverses études sur la relation amoureuse ont documenté comment certains aspects de l’être aimé sont incorporés à la représentation du soi conceptuel, conduisant à une sorte de confusion entre soi et le partenaire amoureux. Mais le soi ne se limite pas à des…

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  • Psychologie de la connerie
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    Lien vers un article sur un ouvrage dans lequel se trouve la contribution d’Ewa Drozda-Senkowska : https://www.lemonde.fr/idees/article/2019/03/08/la-connerie-cet-etonnant-succes-editorial_5432962_3232.html?utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Facebook&fbclid=IwAR18YuFqFdInCagbJg3lA-Vf-OutfnPlOT-w4WSeFl6gFc4IG6beVRsnboc#Echobox=1552038318

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  • Jolanda Jetten (University of Queensland) : The wealth paradox: Economic prosperity, populism and opposition to immigration
    Commentaires fermés sur Jolanda Jetten (University of Queensland) : The wealth paradox: Economic prosperity, populism and opposition to immigration

    Date et lieu : lundi 1er avril à 14h Salle 5028   Media reports often portray the rising support for anti-immigrant political parties as the logical consequence of economic stagnation and rising unemployment, thereby reinforcing the conventional wisdom that electoral support reflects competition over scarce resources (i.e. ‘realistic conflict’). In the aftermath of the Global…

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  • Christophe Blaison (Université Paris Descartes) : “Affective Force Fields” in Geographical Space
    Commentaires fermés sur Christophe Blaison (Université Paris Descartes) : “Affective Force Fields” in Geographical Space

    Date et lieu : lundi 25 février 2019 Salle 5025 My current research focuses on the way spatial context influences people´s evaluation of objects. I study how people evaluate objects located in an “affective force field” where objects influence other objects as a function of distance. For instance, I blend evaluative judgment theories from social…

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  • Willem Sleegers (Tilburg University) : Pupillometry and Psychological Processes
    Commentaires fermés sur Willem Sleegers (Tilburg University) : Pupillometry and Psychological Processes

    Date et lieu : lundi 3 décembre à 14h Salle 5028   In this talk I present how pupillometry can be used to investigate a myriad of psychologically interesting questions. Recent technological developments have made pupillometry a cheap and easy method of obtaining reliable, dynamic measures of affective and cognitive processing, allowing this tool to be…

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