David Sparkman, our IWAH Lab member, has published two new papers: a meta-analysis about multicultural experiences and the secondary transfer effect of intercultural attitudes (in 'Social Psychology') and a paper on how individual differences in miserly thinking predict endorsement of racial/ethnic stereotypes (with J. C. Blanchar, in 'Social Cognition'). Congratulations David!
Our team presented analyses comparing the results of two waves of COVID-19 pandemic studies (March - May 2020), comparing social identifications (including identification with all humanity), fears, following the restrictions, and well being of a national representative sample of Polish citizens.
Why do some people deny the existence of a pandemic and refuse to follow recommendations? Where is the popularity of coronavirus conspiracy theories coming from? Who does believe that restrictions are a violation of our freedom? Katarzyna Hamer answered these questions in a radio program (in Polish)
Our symposium on "Global human identification and global citizenship: meaning, predictors and social consequences" will take place online on Tuesday, 14th July 2020, at EDT 3:00 AM | CEST 9:00 AM, in a virtual room 3.
David Sparkman (University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire) from our lab is starting a new project. He will examine students going to study abroad in the countries of Italy, Spain, and Australia. Congratulations David!
Members of our team (Katarzyna Hamer, Marek Drogosz, Henryk Goworek, Patricia Ikeonyekachukwu, and Rose Obioha) conduct an experiment combining social psychology with a dynamic system approach. David Lopez helps with analyzing the videos. Exciting!