Sven Waldzus
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Superordinate identities and intergroup conflict: The ingroup projection model
M Wenzel, A Mummendey, S Waldzus
European review of social psychology 18 (1), 331-372, 2008
The ingroup as pars pro toto: Projection from the ingroup onto the inclusive category as a precursor to social discrimination
M Wenzel, A Mummendey, U Weber, S Waldzus
Personality and social psychology bulletin 29 (4), 461-473, 2003
Towards tolerance: Representations of superordinate categories and perceived ingroup prototypicality
S Waldzus, A Mummendey, M Wenzel, U Weber
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 39 (1), 31-47, 2003
Of bikers, teachers and Germans: Groups' diverging views about their prototypicality
S Waldzus, A Mummendey, M Wenzel, F Boettcher
British Journal of Social Psychology 43 (3), 385-400, 2004
Socio-cultural factors as antecedents of cross-cultural adaptation in expatriates, international students, and migrants: A review
K Bierwiaczonek, S Waldzus
Journal of cross-cultural psychology 47 (6), 767-817, 2016
When “different” means “worse”: In-group prototypicality in changing intergroup contexts
S Waldzus, A Mummendey, M Wenzel
Journal of Experimental social psychology 41 (1), 76-83, 2005
Control over the association of power and size
TW Schubert, S Waldzus, SR Giessner
Social cognition 27 (1), 1-19, 2009
Inclusion in a superordinate category, in-group prototypicality, and attitudes towards out-groups
S Waldzus, A Mummendey
Journal of Experimental social psychology 40 (4), 466-477, 2004
Perceived legitimacy of intergroup status differences: Its prediction by relative ingroup prototypicality
U Weber, A Mummendey, S Waldzus
European Journal of Social Psychology 32 (4), 449-470, 2002
Prejudice towards gay men and a need for physical cleansing
AG de Zavala, S Waldzus, M Cypryanska
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 54, 1-10, 2014
National differences and European plurality: Discrimination or tolerance between European countries
A Mummendey, S Waldzus
Transnational identities: Becoming European in the EU, 59-72, 2004
How do we assign punishment? The impact of minimal and maximal standards on the evaluation of deviants
T Kessler, J Neumann, A Mummendey, A Berthold, T Schubert, S Waldzus
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 36 (9), 1213-1224, 2010
The embodiment of power and communalism in space and bodily contact
T Schubert, S Waldzus, C Seibt
Embodied grounding: Social, cognitive, affective, and neuroscientific approaches, 2008
Ingroup projection as a challenge of diversity: Consensus about and complexity of superordinate categories
M Wenzel, S Waldzus, MC Steffens
The Cambridge handbook of the psychology of prejudice, 65-89, 2016
Xenophobia and right-wing-extremism in German youth groups—some evidence against unidimensional misinterpretations
W Frindte, F Funke, S Waldzus
International Journal of Intercultural Relations 20 (3-4), 463-478, 1996
Social mindfulness and prosociality vary across the globe
NJ Van Doesum, RO Murphy, M Gallucci, E Aharonov-Majar, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (35), e2023846118, 2021
Are attitudes the problem, and do psychologists have the answer? Relational cognition underlies intergroup relations
S Waldzus, TW Schubert, MP Paladino, J Dixon
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 35 (6), 449, 2012
Efficiency and defense motivated ingroup projection: Sources of protoypicality in intergroup relations
M Rosa, S Waldzus
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 48 (3), 669-681, 2012
The contexts and structures of relating to others: How memberships in different types of groups shape the construction of interpersonal relationships
R Brito, S Waldzus, M Sekerdej, T Schubert
Journal of social and personal relationships 28 (3), 406-432, 2011
Group‐based guilt and reparation in the context of social change
K Dumont, S Waldzus
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 44 (4), 331-341, 2014
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