Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 2, 307- 333. The impact of differentially valued overlapping categorizations upon the differentiation between positively, negatively and neutrally evaluated social groups. Invariably, these pervasive social problems can be traced back to differences in religion, ethnicity, or countless other bases of group membership: the social categories to which people belong. Invariably, these pervasive social problems can be traced back to differences in religion, ethnicity, or countless other bases of group membership: the social categories to which people belong. Ethnocentrism, social identification, and discrimination.
His research focuses on cognitive, motivational, and affective models of social categorization, group processes, and intergroup relations. The effect of multiple category memberships on intergroup evaluations in a North-Indian context: Class, caste and religion. He is co-founding editor of the European Review of Social Psychology, a former editor of the British Journal of Social Psychology and is a past winner of the British Psychology Society's Spearman Medal and Presidents' Award. Multiple Social Categorization: Process, Models and Applications addresses issues that are central to social psychology and will be of particular interest to those studying or researching in the fields of Group Processes and Intergroup Relations. European Journal of Social Psychology, 29, 665- 671.
He has published widely on the topics of attribution theory, social cognition, stereotyping, social influence, and intergroup relations. There are diverse, overlapping, and interwoven ways in which we can describe ourselves and others: young, British, Asian, woman, Muslim, engineer, and so on. Process analysis: Estimating mediation in evaluating research. Intergroup hostility and social cohesion. Singh, Gender among multiple social categories: Social attraction in women but interpersonal attraction in men. Intergroup bias and perceived intergroup similarity followed an additive pattern such that partial outgroups were discriminated against as much as single outgroups, whereas both were discriminated against to a lesser extent than double outgroups. Carter, Political institutions and multiple social identities.
Data analysis: A model-comparison approach. The moderator-mediator variable distinction in social psychological research: Conceptual, strategic, and statistical considerations. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 51, 1173- 1182. British Journal of Social Psychology, 32, 125- 146. Ethnocentrism: Theories of conflict, ethnic attitudes and group behaviour.
Differential evaluation of crossed category groups: Patterns, processes, and reducing intergroup bias. The E-mail message field is required. The minimal group paradigm: Theoretical explanations and empirical findings. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 22, 1289- 1301. Gaertner, Gordon Hodson, Blake M. The volume also explores what this means for social behavior, and what implications multiple and complex perceptions of category membership might have for reducing prejudice, discrimination, and social exclusion.
An integrative theory of intergroup conflict. Likableness ratings of 555 personality-trait words. Groups and individuals: Explanations in social psychology. Discrimination in the minimal group paradigm: Social identity or self-interest? Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 39, 773- 783. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 75, 1503- 1527.
Categorization, belief similarity, and intergroup discrimination. The implications of these findings for conceptualizations of crossed categorization are discussed. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 32, 971- 977. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 9, 272- 279. Responsibility: edited by Richard J. Topics covered include: the cognitive, motivational, and affective implications of multiple categorization the crossed categorization and common ingroup methods of reducing prejudice and intergroup discrimination the nature of social categorization among multicultural, multiethnic, and multilingual individuals.
His research focuses on cognitive, motivational, and affective models of social categorization, group processes, and intergroup relations. McGarthy, Hierarchies and minority groups: The roles of salience, overlap and background knowledge in selecting meaningful social categorizations from multiple alternatives. In this volume, Richard Crisp and Miles Hewstone bring together a selection of leading figures in the social sciences to focus on a rapidly emerging, but critically important, new question: how, when, and why do people classify others along multiple dimensions of social categorization? This chapter reviews our own and others' research on multiple social categorization and discusses when and how different multiple categorization strategies can lead to more positive intergroup attitudes. Effects of crossing category membership on quantitative judgement. Crisp, Multiple social categorization: Future directions. Invariably, these pervasive social problems can be traced back to differences in religion, ethnicity, or countless other bases of group membership: the social categories to which people belong.