A new paper coauthored by Theofilos Gkinopoulos!

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Anti-Gypsyism is a deeply entrenched form of ethnic bias in Europe, characterised by realistic conflict perceptions, social norms approving bias, unacknowledged historical victimisation, and denial of cultural autonomy. Mainstream prejudice reduction interventions may have limited applicability to anti-Gypsyism, because prejudice … Continued

A new paper by Theofilos Gkinopoulos and colleagues!

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A new paper by Theofilos Gkinopoulos and colleagues in Sexuality Research and Social Policy! Below please find an abstract: Introduction Homosexuality constitutes a topic of ongoing debates not only in lay, but also political and religious discourse. At the same time, … Continued

A new paper in the Journal of Individual Differences!

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A new paper by colleagues from our Centre published in the Journal of Individual Differences! Most research on depressive rumination is generally related to performance deterioration. Rumination, however, may be adaptive if it is associated with reflection, improving task performance. … Continued

A new paper by Małgorzata Kossowska and colleagues!

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A new paper in Humanities and Social Sciences Communications by Małgorzata Kossowska and colleagues! The article discusses the role of digital media use in societal transformations, with a specific focus on the emergence of micro-identities. It also explores the extent … Continued