In pursuit of racial equality: Identifying the determinants of support for the Black Lives Matter Movement with a systematic review and meta-analyses

In pursuit of racial equality: Identifying the determinants of support for the Black Lives Matter Movement with a systematic review and multiple meta-analyses (and a brief teaser of FORRT, the Framework for Open and Reproducible Research Training) Flavio Azevedo (postdoctoral researcher at the University of Cambridge, UK) “I can’t breathe, I can’t breathe” were the […]

The Puzzle of Inoculating Against Radicalisation: A Lack of Long-term Effects and Unclear Underlying Processes (May 3rd)

The Puzzle of Inoculating Against Radicalisation: A Lack of Long-term Effects and Unclear Underlying Processes  Dr. Sandy Schumann (Lecturer) & Michael Barton (University College London, UK) Abstract. Attitudinal inoculation has been applied successfully in a range of contexts to confer resistance against persuasion attempts. Braddock (2019) was the first to demonstrate that inoculation messages could […]

Diversity Communication Misfires: How Organization’s Talk about Diversity Shape Stakeholder Perceptions (April 21st)

Diversity Communication Misfires: How Organization’s Talk about Diversity Shape Stakeholder Perceptions James T. Carter (PhD student at Columbia Business School, USA) Abstract. Over the last few decades organizations have increasingly strived to establish that they are “good” companies who value, and are committed to, more than their bottom line. The motivation for this stems largely […]

Conspiracy theories: fighting them with meta-conspiracy theories and examining their social costs and benefits (April 19th)

Fighting fire with fire: The positive Effects of Being Exposed to Meta-Conspiracy Theories Mikey Biddlestone (Postdoctoral researcher, Cambridge, UK) Abstract. Effective interventions to reduce susceptibility to conspiracy beliefs appear to be blossoming, drawing attention to a number of important concerns. In this ongoing research, we hope to extend methods of psychological inoculation (small doses of […]

« Alcoolique et… » : Une approche par multicatégorisation pour prévenir la stigmatisation et la déshumanisation des personnes présentant un trouble de l’usage de l’alcool

« Alcoolique et… » : Une approche par multicatégorisation pour prévenir la stigmatisation et la déshumanisation des personnes présentant un trouble de l’usage de l’alcool Dr. Jessica Mange (Maîtresse de Conférences à l’Université de Caen Normandie) Abstract. Les personnes souffrant de troubles liés à la consommation d’alcool (TUAL) sont généralement victimes de stigmatisation sociale1 2 jusqu’à parfois […]

Aveuglé·e par votre perception? L’invisibilité intersectionnelle en tant que cécité attentionnelle

Aveuglé·e par votre perception? L’invisibilité intersectionnelle en tant que cécité attentionnelle Youri Mora (doctorant, Université Libre de Bruxelles) Abstract. La discrimination est souvent étudiée comme un comportement actif, mais une forme plus subtile consiste à ignorer des individus par un mécanisme d’invisibilité (négliger ou ignorer un stimulus). Un modèle d’invisibilité intersectionnelle a été proposé (Purdie-Vaughns […]