Affiliation: The Open University of Israel
- Identification and status revisited: the moderating role of self-enhancement and self-transcendence valuesSonia Roccas
The Open University of Israel, Tel Aviv, Israel
Pers Soc Psychol Bull 29:726-36. 2003..Identification with a group depended more on the status of that group when self-enhancement values were salient than when self-transcendence values were salient...
- The paradox of group-based guilt: modes of national identification, conflict vehemence, and reactions to the in-group's moral violationsSonia Roccas
Department of Psychology and Education, The Open University of Israel, Tel Aviv, Israel
J Pers Soc Psychol 91:698-711. 2006....
- Don't judge a book by its cover, revisited: perceived and reported traits and values of attractive womenLihi Segal-Caspi
The Open University of Israel, Raanana, Israel
Psychol Sci 23:1112-6. 2012..Thus, despite the widely accepted "what is beautiful is good" stereotype, our findings suggest that the beautiful strive for conformity rather than independence and for self-promotion rather than tolerance...
- Toward a unifying model of identification with groups: integrating theoretical perspectivesSonia Roccas
Department of Psychology and Education, The Open University of Israel, Raanana, Israel
Pers Soc Psychol Rev 12:280-306. 2008..We present an instrument for assessing the four modes of identification and review initial empirical findings that validate the proposed model and show its utility in understanding antecedents and consequences of identification...
- Perceiving intergroup conflict: from game models to mental templatesNir Halevy
Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Department of Psychology, Israel
Pers Soc Psychol Bull 32:1674-89. 2006..Studies 3 and 4 manipulated the saliency of the needs for cognitive closure and security, respectively, demonstrating that these needs affect people's endorsement of the game models as descriptions of the conflict...