Sally Palmer

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University of Kent, UK, Canterbury, England, United Kingdom 
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Yüksel AŞ, Palmer SB, Rutland A. (2021) Developmental differences in bystander behavior toward intergroup and intragroup exclusion. Developmental Psychology. 57: 1342-1349
Palmer SB, Filippou A, Argyri EK, et al. (2021) Minority- and majority-status bystander reactions to, and reasoning about, intergroup social exclusion. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 214: 105290
Van de Vyver J, Leite AC, Abrams D, et al. (2018) Brexit or Bremain? A person and social analysis of voting decisions in the EU referendum Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology. 28: 65-79
Palmer SB, Abbott N. (2017) Bystander Responses to Bias-Based Bullying in Schools: A Developmental Intergroup Approach Child Development Perspectives. 12: 39-44
Palmer SB, Cameron L, Rutland A, et al. (2017) Majority and minority ethnic status adolescents' bystander responses to racism in school Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology. 27: 374-380
Mulvey KL, Palmer SB, Abrams D. (2016) Race-Based Humor and Peer Group Dynamics in Adolescence: Bystander Intervention and Social Exclusion. Child Development. 87: 1379-91
Abrams D, Palmer SB, Van de Vyver J, et al. (2016) Adolescents' Judgments of Doubly Deviant Peers: Implications of Intergroup and Intragroup Dynamics for Disloyal and Overweight Group Members Social Development
Palmer SB, Rutland A, Cameron L. (2015) The development of bystander intentions and social-moral reasoning about intergroup verbal aggression. The British Journal of Developmental Psychology. 33: 419-33
Palmer SB, Rutland A, Cameron L. (2015) The development of bystander intentions and social-moral reasoning about intergroup verbal aggression British Journal of Developmental Psychology
Abrams D, Rutland A, Palmer SB, et al. (2014) Children's responses to social atypicality among group members - advantages of a contextualized social developmental account. The British Journal of Developmental Psychology. 32: 257-61
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