Affiliation: University of Oslo
- Exploring the relationships between fear-related xenophobia, perceptions of out-group entitativity, and social contact in NorwayReidar Ommundsen
Department of Psychology, University of Oslo, PO Box 1094 Blindern, 0317 Oslo, Norway
Psychol Rep 112:109-24. 2013..Moreover, analysis indicated that the effect of valenced contact was partly mediated through perception of entitativity...
- Developing attitude statements toward illegal immigration: transcultural reliability and utilityReidar Ommundsen
Department of Psychology, University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway
Psychol Rep 100:901-14. 2007..Item analysis identified the most contributory and least contributory items, with considerable overlap in the two samples. A principal component analysis with varimax rotation was carried out to examine the structure...
- Integrating immigrant minorities: developing a scale to measure majority members' attitudes toward their own proactive effortsJoshua Marvle Phelps
University of Oslo, Norway
Scand J Psychol 52:404-10. 2011..It was weakly related to the personality traits agreeableness, intellect, extraversion, and conscientiousness. The potential utility of the scale in both applied and experimental social psychological studies are discussed...
- Attitudes toward illegal immigration: a cross-national methodological comparisonReidar Ommundsen
Institute of Psychology, University of Oslo, Norway
J Psychol 136:103-10. 2002..In the search for a more economical cumulative scale, a Mokken analysis yielded a 5-item scale that represented the aforementioned 3 factors and was stable across national samples...
- Structure of attitudes toward illegal immigration: development of cross-national cumulative scalesKees van der Veer
Department of Social Research Methodology, VUA, De Boelelaan 1081c, NL 1081 HV Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Psychol Rep 94:897-906. 2004..1 and 54.7%, supporting the presence of other factors in attitudes toward illegal immigrants. Mokken scale analysis yielded robust and economical scales in two clusters of national samples...
- Scale development to measure attitudes toward unauthorized migration into a foreign countryKees van der Veer
VU University, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Scand J Psychol 49:357-63. 2008..This study lends support to the idea that despite different cultural meanings there is a common meaning space in culturally diverse societies...
- On use of student samples for scale constructionRegina E Pernice
Psychol Rep 102:459-64. 2008..The results of a Mokken analysis in both samples support the hypothesis that convenience samples have utility in concept development and in developing measures that can also be used in representative samples...