Giovanni Travaglino

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University of Kent, UK, Canterbury, England, United Kingdom 
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Eriksson K, Strimling P, Gelfand M, et al. (2021) Author Correction: Perceptions of the appropriate response to norm violation in 57 societies. Nature Communications. 12: 2483
Eriksson K, Strimling P, Gelfand M, et al. (2021) Perceptions of the appropriate response to norm violation in 57 societies. Nature Communications. 12: 1481
Nicholson DH, Hopthrow T, de Moura GR, et al. (2021) 'I've Just Been Pretending I Can See This Stuff!': Group member voice in decision-making with a hidden profile. The British Journal of Social Psychology
Abrams D, Travaglino GA, Marques JM, et al. (2021) Collective deviance: Scaling up subjective group dynamics to superordinate categories reveals a deviant ingroup protection effect. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
Abrams D, Travaglino GA, Grant PR, et al. (2019) Mobilizing IDEAS in the Scottish Referendum: Predicting voting intention and well-being with the Identity-Deprivation-Efficacy-Action-Subjective well-being model. The British Journal of Social Psychology
Drury L, Travaglino GA. (2019) Demobilising by legitimising: Masculine honour, positive and negative contact, and social activism against criminal organisations Group Processes & Intergroup Relations. 23: 402-417
Travaglino GA, Abrams D. (2019) How criminal organisations exert secret power over communities: An intracultural appropriation theory of cultural values and norms European Review of Social Psychology. 30: 74-122
Abrams D, Travaglino GA. (2018) Immigration, political trust, and Brexit - Testing an aversion amplification hypothesis. The British Journal of Social Psychology
Abrams D, Travaglino GA, Marques JM, et al. (2018) Deviance Credit: Tolerance of Deviant Ingroup Leaders is Mediated by Their Accrual of Prototypicality and Conferral of Their Right to Be Supported Journal of Social Issues. 74: 36-55
Yetkili O, Abrams D, Travaglino GA, et al. (2018) Imagined contact with atypical outgroup members that are anti-normative within their group can reduce prejudice Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 76: 208-219
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