Sylvie Graf
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Negative intergroup contact is more influential, but positive intergroup contact is more common: Assessing contact prominence and contact prevalence in five Central European …
S Graf, S Paolini, M Rubin
European Journal of Social Psychology 44 (6), 536-547, 2014
The emergence of sex differences in personality traits in early adolescence: A cross-sectional, cross-cultural study.
M De Bolle, F De Fruyt, RR McCrae, CE Löckenhoff, PT Costa Jr, ...
Journal of personality and social psychology 108 (1), 171, 2015
Stereotypes of age differences in personality traits: Universal and accurate?
W Chan, RR McCrae, F De Fruyt, L Jussim, CE Löckenhoff, M De Bolle, ...
Journal of personality and social psychology 103 (6), 1050, 2012
Gender stereotypes of personality: Universal and accurate?
CE Löckenhoff, W Chan, RR McCrae, F De Fruyt, L Jussim, M De Bolle, ...
Journal of cross-cultural psychology 45 (5), 675-694, 2014
Conspiracy mentality and political orientation across 26 countries
R Imhoff, F Zimmer, O Klein, JHC António, M Babinska, A Bangerter, ...
Nature human behaviour 6 (3), 392-403, 2022
The inaccuracy of national character stereotypes
RR McCrae, W Chan, L Jussim, F De Fruyt, CE Löckenhoff, M De Bolle, ...
Journal of research in personality 47 (6), 831-842, 2013
Investigating positive and negative intergroup contact: Rectifying a long-standing positivity bias in the literature
S Graf, S Paolini
Intergroup contact theory, 100-121, 2016
Perceptions of the appropriate response to norm violation in 57 societies
K Eriksson, P Strimling, M Gelfand, J Wu, J Abernathy, CS Akotia, ...
Nature communications 12 (1), 1481, 2021
Family matters: Rethinking the psychology of human social motivation
A Ko, CM Pick, JY Kwon, M Barlev, JA Krems, MEW Varnum, R Neel, ...
Perspectives on Psychological Science 15 (1), 173-201, 2020
The world at 7: 00: Comparing the experience of situations across 20 countries
E Guillaume, E Baranski, E Todd, B Bastian, I Bronin, C Ivanova, ...
Journal of Personality 84 (4), 493-509, 2016
Accuracy of national stereotypes in Central Europe: Outgroups are not better than ingroup in considering personality traits of real people
M Hřebíčková, S Graf
European Journal of Personality, 2013
Nouns cut slices: Effects of linguistic forms on intergroup bias
S Graf, M Bilewicz, E Finell, D Geschke
Journal of Language and Social Psychology 32 (1), 62-83, 2013
Big Five Inventory: Základní psychometrické charakteristiky české verze BFI-44 a BFI-10.
M Hřebíčková, M Jelínek, M Blatný, C Brom, I Burešová, S Graf, ...
Ceskoslovenska Psychologie 60 (6), 2016
Investigating the links between cultural values and belief in conspiracy theories: The key roles of collectivism and masculinity
J Adam‐Troian, P Wagner‐Egger, M Motyl, T Arciszewski, R Imhoff, ...
Political Psychology 42 (4), 597-618, 2021
The generalization of intergroup contact effects: Emerging research, policy relevance, and future directions
J Boin, M Rupar, S Graf, S Neji, O Spiegler, H Swart
Journal of Social Issues 77 (1), 105-131, 2021
Psychometric properties and correlates of precarious manhood beliefs in 62 nations
JK Bosson, P Jurek, JA Vandello, N Kosakowska-Berezecka, M Olech, ...
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 52 (3), 231-258, 2021
Subjective status and perceived legitimacy across countries
MJ Brandt, T Kuppens, R Spears, L Andrighetto, F Autin, P Babincak, ...
European Journal of Social Psychology 50 (5), 921-942, 2020
Jedinec v meziskupinových vztazích: Od sociální kategorizace k předsudkům.
S Kouřilová
Ceskoslovenska Psychologie 55 (1), 12–24, 2011
Different forms of intergroup contact with former adversary are linked to distinct reconciliatory acts through symbolic and realistic threat
M Rupar, S Graf
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 49 (2), 63-74, 2019
Intergroup contact with migrants is linked to support for migrants through attitudes, especially in people who are politically right wing
S Graf, S Sczesny
International Journal of Intercultural Relations 73, 102-106, 2019
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