Patrick Ferdinand Kotzur
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Meeting a nice asylum seeker: Intergroup contact changes stereotype content perceptions and associated emotional prejudices, and encourages solidarity‐based collective action …
PF Kotzur, SJ Schäfer, U Wagner
British Journal of Social Psychology 58 (3), 668-690, 2019
Choose your words wisely: Stereotypes, emotions, and action tendencies towards fled persons as a function of the group label
PF Kotzur, N Forsbach, U Wagner
Social Psychology 48 (4), 226-241, 2017
Welcoming the unwelcome: How contact shapes contexts of reception for new immigrants in Germany and the United States
PF Kotzur, LR Tropp, U Wagner
Journal of Social Issues 74 (4), 812-832, 2018
Stereotype content of refugee subgroups in Germany
PF Kotzur, MT Friehs, F Asbrock, MHW van Zalk
European Journal of Social Psychology 49 (7), 1344-1358, 2019
How do we get people into contact? Predictors of intergroup contact and drivers of contact seeking
M Kauff, M Beneda, S Paolini, M Bilewicz, P Kotzur, AW O'Donnell, ...
Journal of Social Issues 77 (1), 38-63, 2021
‘Society thinks they are cold and/or incompetent, but I do not’: Stereotype content ratings depend on instructions and the social group's location in the stereotype content space
PF Kotzur, S Veit, A Namyslo, MA Holthausen, U Wagner, R Yemane
British Journal of Social Psychology 59 (4), 1018-1042, 2020
The dynamic relationship between contact opportunities, positive and negative intergroup contact, and prejudice: A longitudinal investigation
PF Kotzur, U Wagner
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 120 (2), 418-442, 2021
Proportion of foreigners negatively predicts the prevalence of xenophobic hate crimes within German districts
U Wagner, S Tachtsoglou, PF Kotzur, MT Friehs, U Kemmesies
Social Psychology Quarterly 83 (2), 195-205, 2020
Political consumer behaviour among university students in Brazil and Germany: The role of contextual features and core political values
PF Kotzur, CV Torres, KK Kedzior, K Boehnke
International Journal of Psychology 52 (2), 126-135, 2017
Adolescent development of interethnic attitudes following a social intervention to increase intergroup contact: The moderating role of affective forecasting.
MHW van Zalk, PF Kotzur, K Schmid, A Al Ramiah, M Hewstone
Developmental Psychology 57 (6), 1000-1017, 2021
Examining the structural validity of stereotype content scales–a preregistered re-analysis of published data and discussion of possible future directions
MT Friehs, PF Kotzur, J Böttcher, AKC Zöller, T Lüttmer, U Wagner, ...
International Review of Social Psychology 35 (1), 1-18, 2022
Unobserved heterogeneity between individuals in Group-Focused Enmity
MT Friehs, J Masselmann, M Trautner, PF Kotzur, P Schmidt
International Journal of Conflict and Violence 16, 1-17, 2022
Das Bild der Polizei bei jungen Studierenden.
U Wagner, MT Friehs, PF Kotzur
Polizei & Wissenschaft, 2020
Anti-Immigrant Prejudice and Discrimination in Europe
U Wagner, PF Kotzur, MT Friehs
The Routledge International Handbook of Discrimination, Prejudice and …, 2021
Attitudes towards refugees: Introducing a short three‐dimensional scale
PF Kotzur, MT Friehs, P Schmidt, U Wagner, S Pötzschke, B Weiß
British Journal of Social Psychology 61 (4), 1305-1331, 2022
Social evaluation at a distance–facets of stereotype content about student groups in higher distance education
N Bick, L Froehlich, MT Friehs, PF Kotzur, H Landmann
International Review of Social Psychology 35 (1), 12, 2022
Group-Focused Enmity–conceptual, longitudinal, and cross-national perspectives based on pre-registered studies
MT Friehs, PF Kotzur, A Ramos, U Wagner
International Journal of Conflict and Violence, 2022
Call for Proposals: Group Focused Enmity–Conceptual, Longitudinal, and Cross-National Perspectives based on Pre-Registered Studies
MT Friehs, PF Kotzur, A Ramos, U Wagner
Addressing the “Why” in White privilege: The limits of mere evidence confrontations and the potential of contextualizing White privilege in national colonial history
F Eckerle, CS Lienen, M Kutlaca, P Kotzur, JC Cohrs
PsyArXiv, 2023
Warmth and competence perceptions of key protagonists are associated with containment measures during the COVID-19 pandemic: Evidence from 35 countries
MT Friehs, PF Kotzur, C Kraus, M Schemmerling, JA Herzig, A Stanciu, ...
Scientific Reports 12 (1), 21277, 2022
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