Departement Seminar

Sep
16

Department Seminar – Judit Kende

Who defines equality for whom? The interplay of equality and intergroup contact   My research is on intergroup contact i.e. interpersonal meeting between people from different social groups and (in)equality. I focus on the interplay between contact and equality in real-life intergroup contexts. Bridging intergroup contact research with cultural psychology, I examine (1) how cultural […]

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May
31

Department seminar – Daniël Lakens

Daniël Lakens @ CeSCuP   Daniël Lakens is an assistant Professor at the Human-Technology Interaction group at Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands. He is the author of numerous articles in prestigious journals such as Perspectives on psychological sciences, the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology and the Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, Via his blog, […]

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May
25

Department Seminar – Yoshimiko Owaki

Determinants of Language Acquisition and Immigrant Integration   What affects immigrants to acquire capitals and how are they generated? In an attempt to address the question, I first develop a model of immigrant language acquisition to identify the determinants of destination language proficiency. Subsequently, I extend the modeling framework to devise a model of immigrant […]

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May
16

Department Seminar – Colette van Laar

Social Inequality: The role of Stigma and Self-Regulation   Van Laar’s work concentrates on the social psychological processes that transfer low social status into lower outcomes: how is it that negative stereotypes, low expectations, prejudice and discrimination affect members of stigmatized groups such as ethnic minorities and women to result in lower outcomes for example […]

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May
10

Department Seminar – Glenn Adams

A cultural psychology approach to collective memory   Cultural psychology approaches highlight the idea of mind in context: how person-based structures of mind that are the focus of most psychological research exist in a dynamic relationship of mutual constitution with affordances for mind in the structure of everyday cultural ecologies. An important implication concerns the […]

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May
06

Department Seminar – Geeske Scholz

An introduction to agent-based modeling of human interactions using the example of social learning in group discussions   Agent-based models offer the possibility to formalize theories on human decision making and behavior, and to test the consequences of formalized hypotheses in simulations. In such simulations, the consequences of different assumptions can be tested with high […]

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Apr
26

Department Seminar – Claudia Toma

My accent is leaking out: Illusion of transparency in intergroup relations Everyday interaction requires that people anticipate how others see them. Those appraisals tend to be egocentrically biased, because people are focused on their own internal states and overestimate how salient they are to others. This phenomenon, called illusion of transparency, can drastically impair the […]

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Apr
14

Department Seminar – Jolanda Van der Noll

Differentiated perspectives on attitudes towards Muslims and Islam    In this presentation I will focus on two streams of research, in which we try to obtain a differentiated perspective on attitudes towards Muslims and Islam. The first line of studies deals with the liberal opposition towards Muslims and Islam. Focusing on attitudes towards the Muslim […]

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