Editorial presenting 13 papers included in the Research Topic of "Global human identification: studies of its roots, how it may be enlarged, and its expressions in attitudes and behavior” in Frontiers in Psychology has been published!
The newest paper from our lab shows in two studies that early experiences from childhood and adolescence predict IWAH in adulthood beyond the effects of its other known predictors, such as empathy, openness to experience, universalism, RWA, SDO, or ethnocentrism. Find out more!
Was identification with all humanity related to self-transcendent emotions during the COVID-19 pandemic? Evidence from Chile and Spain in a new paper from Anna Włodarczyk from our lab and the co-authors. Check it out!
Since individuals with higher dispositional IWAH perceive people all over the world as ingroup members, will we see differences in the dynamic of inter-ethnic interactions depending on their level of IWAH in the spatial distance, coordination, coupling, and leading? Find out in our new paper!
In this new paper, David Sparkman showed that identification with humanity has an important
role in—and the bond and concern factors have distinct associations with—health-related behaviors
during the COVID-19 pandemic.