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When to reveal what you feel: How emotions towards antagonistic out-group and third party audiences are expressed strategically

: Julia Sasse, Russell Spears, Ernestine H. Gordijn. Methodology: Julia Sasse, Russell Spears, Ernestine H. Gordijn. Writing ± original draft: Julia Sasse. Writing ± review & editing: Russell Spears ... , Ernestine H. Gordijn. 21 / 23 22 / 23 1. Lindner EG . Emotion and conflict: Why it is important to understand how emotions affect conflict and how conflict affects emotions . In: Deutsch M , Coleman PT

Steeling Ourselves: Intragroup Communication while Anticipating Intergroup Contact Evokes Defensive Intergroup Perceptions

Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (Nederlandse Organisatie voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek) awarded to Ernestine H. Gordijn, Martijn van Zomeren, and Tom Postmes (grant number 43208-026, http

Conversational Flow Promotes Solidarity

Social interaction is fundamental to the development of various aspects of “we-ness”. Previous research has focused on the role the content of interaction plays in establishing feelings of unity, belongingness and shared reality (a cluster of variables referred to as solidarity here). The present paper is less concerned with content, but focuses on the form of social interaction...

Uniform and Complementary Social Interaction: Distinct Pathways to Solidarity

We examine how different forms of co-action give rise to feelings of solidarity. We propose that (a) coordinated action elicits a sense of solidarity, and (b) the process through which such solidarity emerges differs for different forms of co-action. We suggest that whether solidarity within groups emerges from uniform action (e.g. synchronizing, as when people speak in unison...

Vicarious Group-Based Rejection: Creating a Potentially Dangerous Mix of Humiliation, Powerlessness, and Anger

Rejection can convey that one is seen as inferior and not worth bothering with. Is it possible for people to feel vicariously rejected in this sense and have reactions that are similar to those following personal rejection, such as feeling humiliated, powerless, and angry? A study on personal rejection was followed by two main studies on vicarious group-based rejection. It was...