Browsing Psychology by Subject "GROUP VICTIMIZATION"
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SOCIAL IDENTITY AND MEMORIES OF INJUSTICES INVOLVING INGROUP: WHAT DO WE REMEMBER AND WHY? (University of Waterloo, 2006)Motivational changes due to individual differences and situational variations in ingroup identification can influence accessibility of memories of ingroup violence, victimization and glories. In Study 1, high identifiers ...