Brian Lickel
Brian Lickel
Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, University of Massachusetts Amherst
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Varieties of groups and the perception of group entitativity.
B Lickel, DL Hamilton, G Wieczorkowska, A Lewis, SJ Sherman, AN Uhles
Journal of personality and social psychology 78 (2), 223, 2000
Views from inside and outside: Integrating emic and etic insights about culture and justice judgment
MW Morris, K Leung, D Ames, B Lickel
Academy of management review 24 (4), 781-796, 1999
Perceiver threat in social interactions with stigmatized others.
J Blascovich, WB Mendes, SB Hunter, B Lickel, N Kowai-Bell
Journal of personality and social psychology 80 (2), 253, 2001
Why individuals protest the perceived transgressions of their country: The role of anger, shame, and guilt
A Iyer, T Schmader, B Lickel
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 33 (4), 572-587, 2007
Vicarious shame and guilt
B Lickel, T Schmader, M Curtis, M Scarnier, DR Ames
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 8 (2), 145-157, 2005
Vicarious retribution: The role of collective blame in intergroup aggression
B Lickel, N Miller, DM Stenstrom, TF Denson, T Schmader
Personality and social psychology review 10 (4), 372-390, 2006
Challenge and threat during social interactions with White and Black men
WB Mendes, J Blascovich, B Lickel, S Hunter
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 28 (7), 939-952, 2002
Threatened by the unexpected: physiological responses during social interactions with expectancy-violating partners.
WB Mendes, J Blascovich, SB Hunter, B Lickel, JT Jost
Journal of personality and social psychology 92 (4), 698, 2007
The approach and avoidance function of guilt and shame emotions: Comparing reactions to self-caused and other-caused wrongdoing
T Schmader, B Lickel
Motivation and Emotion 30, 42-55, 2006
Elements of a lay theory of groups: Types of groups, relational styles, and the perception of group entitativity
B Lickel, DL Hamilton, SJ Sherman
Lay Theories and Their Role in the Perception of Social Groups, 129-140, 2003
Reassessing emotion in climate change communication
DA Chapman, B Lickel, EM Markowitz
Nature Climate Change 7 (12), 850-852, 2017
Perceiving social groups: The importance of the entitativity continuum
DL Hamilton, SJ Sherman, B Lickel
Intergroup cognition and intergroup behavior, 47-74, 2013
A case of collective responsibility: Who else was to blame for the Columbine High School shootings?
B Lickel, T Schmader, DL Hamilton
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 29 (2), 194-204, 2003
Shame and the motivation to change the self.
B Lickel, K Kushlev, V Savalei, S Matta, T Schmader
Emotion 14 (6), 1049-1061, 2014
The evocation of moral emotions in intergroup contexts: The distinction between collective guilt and collective shame
B Lickel, T Schmader, M Barquissau
Collective guilt: International perspectives, 35-55, 2004
The roles of entitativity and essentiality in judgments of collective responsibility
TF Denson, B Lickel, M Curtis, DM Stenstrom, DR Ames
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 9 (1), 43-61, 2006
Ashamed to be an American? The role of identification in predicting vicarious shame for anti-Arab prejudice after 9–11
M Johns, T Schmader, B Lickel
Self and Identity 4 (4), 331-348, 2005
The effects of skin tone on race-related amygdala activity: An fMRI investigation
J Ronquillo, TF Denson, B Lickel, ZL Lu, A Nandy, KB Maddox
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 2 (1), 39-44, 2007
Stigma, threat, and social interactions.
J Blascovich, WB Mendes, SB Hunter, B Lickel
The Guilford Press, 2000
Mood and the correction of positive versus negative stereotypes.
AJ Lambert, SR Khan, BA Lickel, K Fricke
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 72 (5), 1002, 1997
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