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Conciliation and meta-contrast are important for understanding how people assign group memberships during conflict situations

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Conciliation and meta-contrast are important for understanding how people assign group memberships during conflict situations. / Levine, Mark; Philpot, Richard.

In: Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Vol. 24, e112, 07.07.2022.

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title = "Conciliation and meta-contrast are important for understanding how people assign group memberships during conflict situations",
abstract = "Pietraszewski misrepresents both the nature of behaviour in conflict and the ability of psychology to theorise the relational properties of group designation. At the behavioural level, he focusses exclusively on “attack,” when consolation/care in conflict is equally present and important. At the theoretical level, he ignores existing psychological work on how group perception is shaped by the meta-contrast principle.",
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