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Special issue: Gangs: Group and intergroup dimensions

Guest editors: Jane L. Wood and Howard Giles From Group Processes & Intergroup Relations Gangs blight many societies around the globe, yet there is a dearth of social psychological research on the behavior of gangs and their members. This Special … Continue reading

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Honor and the stigma of mental healthcare

From Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin   Mental illness is associated in many cultures with a variety of negative stereotypes, including being dangerous, unpredictable, and weak. Such stereotypes and the discriminatory treatment that can accompany such stereotypes can serve as … Continue reading

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