). Memory for and experience of differential competitive behavior of individuals and groups. 42, ;2-E ( doi 2-E ) PubMed Cross Ref. However, this is rarely the case (p. Ingroup members are perceived as being more similar and more valuable than outgroup members. 8, 29132210.1037/1089-261 ( doi:10.1037/1089-261 ) Cross Ref. Sex differences in intergroup competition, aggression, and warfare. The role of social groups in the persistence of learned fear. Ayres., Waldfogel. Sorensen discuss how intergroup dialogue may help to build relationships and enhance collaborative actions toward greater social justice. 137, PMC free article PubMed. Regarding basic structural reconciliation, where he sees less expertise within social psychology, he differentiates between political, legal, and economic changes.
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3 and to provide a more integrative and cohesive foundation for research- and practice-oriented scholars who seek to develop effective approaches for reducing and resolving conflict, and promoting peaceful relations between groups (p. 107, ( ) PubMed Cross Ref. Lastly, contempt and hate, especially when linked with the attribution of an evil character of the other party, are prone to lead to violent conflicts. 2, ( ) Cross Ref. 24, ( ) Cross Ref. In my opinion, in future studies on victimization the behaviors and attitudes of the victimizers toward the victims might be taken more into account, because they are a relevant part of the victimization process.