John A Dixon
Affiliation: Lancaster University
- The effect of accent evaluation and evidence on a suspect's perceived guilt and criminalityJohn A Dixon
Department of Psychology, Lancaster University, United Kingdom
J Soc Psychol 144:63-73. 2004..However, independent of evidence presented and crime type, the regional-accented suspect was evaluated as more typically criminal and more likely to be reaccused of a crime than the standard-accented suspect...
- Beyond the optimal contact strategy: a reality check for the contact hypothesisJohn Dixon
Department of Psychology, Lancaster University, Lancaster LA1 4YF, United Kingdom
Am Psychol 60:697-711. 2005..In so arguing, the authors look toward a complementary program of research on contact and desegregation...
- Intergroup contact and attitudes toward the principle and practice of racial equalityJohn Dixon
Lancaster University, Lancaster, United Kingdom
Psychol Sci 18:867-72. 2007..The results also indicate that interracial contact has differential, and somewhat paradoxical, effects on the attitudes of Whites and Blacks toward practices aimed at achieving racial justice...
- Contact and the ecology of racial division: some varieties of informal segregationJohn Dixon
Department of Psychology, University of Lancaster, UK j a dixon
Br J Soc Psychol 42:1-23. 2003..Some implications for research on the contact hypothesis are discussed...
- Foxes, green fields and Britishness: on the rhetorical construction of place and national identityJodi Wallwork
Department of Psychology, University College Worcester, UK
Br J Soc Psychol 43:21-39. 2004..Building on relevant work in geography and discursive psychology, we trace some wider implications of this process for social psychological research on category construction, reification and collective mobilization...