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2012Are attitudes the problem, and do psychologists have the answer? Relational cognition underlies intergroup relationsWaldzus, S.; Schubert, T.; Paladino, M. P.OtherEmbargo Access
2017Change commitment in low-status merger partners: the role of information processing, relative ingroup prototypicality, and merger patternsRosa, M.; Kavanagh, E.; Kounov, P.; Jarosz, S.; Waldzus, S.; Collins, E. C.; Giessner, S.ArticleOpen Access
2016Complex inclusive categories of positive and negative valence and prototypicality claims inasymmetric intergroup relationsAlexandre, J.; Waldzus, S.; Wenzel, M.ArticleOpen Access
2015Conservatism is not the missing viewpoint for true diversitySeibt, C.; Waldzus, S.; Schubert, T. W.; Brito, R.ArticleOpen Access
2009Control over the association of power and sizeSchubert, T. W.; Waldzus, S.; Giessner, S. R.ArticleOpen Access
2016Discrepancies between desired and actual used relational models as predictors of intergroup conflictWaldzus, S.; Stathi, S.Conference ObjectOpen Access
2012Efficiency and defense motivated ingroup projection: Sources of protoypicality in intergroup relationsRosa, M.; Waldzus, S.ArticleEmbargo Access
2020“É cada um para o que nasce?”: desenvolvimento das atribuições causais da pobreza infantil na infância e soluções percebidas para a pobrezaDa Costa, L. P.; Rodrigues, R. B.; Waldzus, S.ArticleOpen Access
2014Group-based guilt and reparation in the context of social changeDumont, K.; Waldzus, S.ArticleOpen Access
2010How do we assign punishment? The impact of minimal and maximal standards on the evaluation of deviantsKessler, T.; Neumann, J.; Mummendey, A.; Berthold, A.; Schubert, T.; Waldzus, S.ArticleOpen Access
2015Ideal selves as identity management strategiesDumont, K.; Waldzus, S.ArticleOpen Access
2004Inclusion in a superordinate category, ingroup prototypicality, and attitudes towards outgroupsWaldzus, S.; Mummendey, A.ArticleOpen Access
2016Ingroup projection as a challenge of diversity: consensus about and complexity of superordinate categoriesWenzel, M.; Waldzus, S.; Steffens, M. C.Book ChapterOpen Access
2021Just hearing about it makes me feel so humiliated: Emotional and motivational responses to vicarious group-based humiliationVorster, A.; Dumont, K. B.; Waldzus, S.ArticleOpen Access
2018Keeping in touch with context: non-verbal behavior as a manifestation of communality and dominanceSekerdej, M.; Simão, C.; Waldzus, S.; Brito, R.ArticleOpen Access
2019Leave or Remain? European identification, legitimacy of European integration, and political attitudes towards the EUSindic, D.; Chryssochoou, X.; Condor, S.; Jasinskaja-Lahti, I.; Bourguignon, D.; Waldzus, S.ArticleOpen Access
2021Little “We’s”: how common identities improve behavior differently for ethnic majority and minority childrenGuerra, R.; Waldzus, S.; Lopes, D.; Popa-Roch, M.; Lloret, B.; Gaertner, S. L.ArticleOpen Access
2019The mobilizing and protective role of national identification in normative and non‐normative collective actionStathi, S.; Vezzali, L.; Waldzus, S.; Hantzi, A.ArticleOpen Access
2007More than comparing with majorities: the importance of alternative comparisons between children from different minority groupsAlexandre, J. D.; Monteiro, M. B.; Waldzus, S.ArticleOpen Access
2021The neglected C of intercultural relations. Cross-cultural adaptation shapes sojourner representations of localsBierwiaczonek, K.; Waldzus, S.; Van der Zee, K.ArticleOpen Access