Anne Pedersen
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The contact caveat: Negative contact predicts increased prejudice more than positive contact predicts reduced prejudice
FK Barlow, S Paolini, A Pedersen, MJ Hornsey, HRM Radke, J Harwood, ...
Personality and social Psychology bulletin 38 (12), 1629-1643, 2012
Anger and guilt about ingroup advantage explain the willingness for political action
CW Leach, A Iyer, A Pedersen
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 32 (9), 1232-1245, 2006
Attitudes toward indigenous Australians: The role of empathy and guilt
A Pedersen, J Beven, I Walker, B Griffiths
Journal of community & applied social psychology 14 (4), 233-249, 2004
Group‐based guilt as a predictor of commitment to apology
C McGarty, A Pedersen, C Wayne Leach, T Mansell, J Waller, AM Bliuc
British Journal of Social Psychology 44 (4), 659-680, 2005
Angry opposition to government redress: When the structurally advantaged perceive themselves as relatively deprived
CW Leach, A Iyer, A Pedersen
British Journal of Social Psychology 46 (1), 191-204, 2007
Prejudice against Australian Aborigines: Old‐fashioned and modern forms
A Pedersen, I Walker
European Journal of Social Psychology 27 (5), 561-587, 1997
" Talk does not cook rice": Beyond anti-racism rhetoric to strategies for social action
A Pedersen, I Walker, M Wise
Australian Psychologist 40 (1), 20-31, 2005
Racial wrongs and restitutions: The role of guilt and other group-based emotions
A Iyer, CW Leach, A Pedersen
Off white, 345-361, 2012
Prediction of negative attitudes toward Australian asylum seekers: False beliefs, nationalism, and self‐esteem
A Pedersen, J Attwell, D Heveli
Australian Journal of psychology 57 (3), 148-160, 2005
The role of false beliefs in the community's and the federal government's attitudes toward Australian asylum seekers
A Pedersen, S Watt, S Hanser
Australian Journal of Social Issues, The 41 (1), 105-124, 2006
How to cook rice: A review of ingredients for teaching anti‐prejudice
A Pedersen, I Walker, Y Paradies, B Guerin
Australian Psychologist 46 (1), 55-63, 2011
Attitudes toward Aboriginal Australians in city and country settings
A Pedersen, B Griffiths, N Contos, B Bishop, I Walker
Australian Psychologist 35 (2), 109-117, 2000
Theory to social action: A university‐based strategy targeting prejudice against Aboriginal Australians
A Pedersen, FK Barlow
Australian Psychologist 43 (3), 148-159, 2008
Attitudes toward Indigenous Australians: The issue of “special treatment”
A Pedersen, PAT Dudgeon, S Watt, B Griffiths
Australian Psychologist 41 (2), 85-94, 2006
Attitudes toward Indigenous Australians and asylum seekers: The role of false beliefs and other social‐psychological variables
A Pedersen, S Clarke, P Dudgeon, B Griffiths
Australian Psychologist 40 (3), 170-178, 2005
Asylum seekers and resettled refugees in Australia: Predicting social policy attitude from prejudice versus emotion
L Hartley, A Pedersen
Journal of Social and Political Psychology 3 (1), 142-160, 2015
Threatened or threatening? How ideology shapes asylum seekers’ immigration policy attitudes in Israel and Australia
D Canetti, KLG Snider, A Pedersen, BJ Hall
Journal of Refugee Studies 29 (4), 583-606, 2016
Attitudes toward Out‐groups and the perception of consensus: All feet do not wear one shoe
A Pedersen, B Griffiths, SE Watt
Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology 18 (6), 543-557, 2008
The willingness of a society to act on behalf of I ndigenous A ustralians and refugees: the role of contact, intergroup anxiety, prejudice, and support for legislative change
KM Turoy‐Smith, R Kane, A Pedersen
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 43, E179-E195, 2013
Asylum seekers: How attributions and emotion affect Australians' views on mandatory detention of “the other”
L Hartley, A Pedersen
Australian Journal of Psychology 59 (3), 119-131, 2007
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