Brian A. Lickel, Ph.D.

University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA, United States 
Entitativity, Stereotypes, Impression Formation, Attribution
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David Hamilton grad student 2000 UC Santa Barbara
 (Perceptions of interdependence and judgments of collective responsibility.)
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Burrows B, Selvanathan HP, Lickel B. (2021) My Fight or Yours: Stereotypes of Activists From Advantaged and Disadvantaged Groups. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 1461672211060124
Selvanathan HP, Lickel B, Jetten J. (2020) Collective psychological ownership and the rise of reactionary counter-movements defending the status quo. The British Journal of Social Psychology
Selvanathan HP, Lickel B. (2020) How mainstream and alternative media shape public attitudes toward social change: Evidence from two panel studies during Malaysia’s democratic transition: New Media & Society
Uluğ ÖM, Lickel B, Leidner B, et al. (2020) How do conflict narratives shape conflict- and peace-related outcomes among majority group members? The role of competitive victimhood in intractable conflicts: Group Processes & Intergroup Relations. 136843022091577
Selvanathan HP, Lickel B, Dasgupta N. (2020) An integrative framework on the impact of allies: How identity‐based needs influence intergroup solidarity and social movements European Journal of Social Psychology. 50: 1344-1361
Selvanathan HP, Khoo YH, Lickel B. (2020) The role of movement leaders in building intergroup solidarity for social change: A case of the electoral reform movement in Malaysia European Journal of Social Psychology. 50: 224-238
Selvanathan HP, Lickel B. (2019) A Field Study Around a Racial Justice Protest on a College Campus: The Proximal Impact of Collective Action on the Social Change Attitudes of Uninvolved Bystanders Journal of Social and Political Psychology. 7: 598-619
Kelber MS, Lickel B, Denson TF. (2019) Temporal focus, emotions, and support for intergroup aggression Group Processes & Intergroup Relations. 23: 226-240
Adelman L, Yogeeswaran K, Lickel B. (2019) They're all the same, sometimes: Prejudicial attitudes toward Muslims influence motivated judgments of entitativity and collective responsibility for an individual's actions Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 80: 31-38
Kardos P, Leidner B, Castano E, et al. (2019) The benefits of collective responsibility: How ingroup reputation concern motivates prosociality in intergroup contexts European Journal of Social Psychology. 49: 93-109
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