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
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
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
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
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
‘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
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
Anti-Immigrant Prejudice and Discrimination in Europe
U Wagner, PF Kotzur, MT Friehs
The Routledge International Handbook of Discrimination, Prejudice and …, 2021
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
Das Image der deutschen Polizei bei jungen Geflüchteten.
U Wagner, A Suppmann, R Siebert, MT Friehs, P Kotzur
Polizei & Wissenschaft, 2019
Investigating the social embeddedness of criminal groups: Longitudinal associations between masculine honour and legitimizing attitudes towards the Camorra
GA Travaglino, MT Friehs, PF Kotzur, D Abrams
European Journal of Social Psychology 53 (4), 612-622, 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
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
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
How does team diversity relate to the willingness to collaborate with asylum seekers? It depends on the diversity dimensions investigated and boundary conditions
PF Kotzur, J Stricker, R Fricke, J McPhetres, B Meyer
Plos one 17 (3), e0266166, 2022
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