Liesbeth Mann

Liesbeth Mann

PhD

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December 2010 - February 2016
University of Amsterdam
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  • PhD Student

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Publications (10)
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In personal accounts, humiliation is often reported as a very intense, painful, negative emotion. We report two scenario studies in which we explored two factors that may contribute to the intense character of humiliation: (1) unwanted, negative public exposure, and (2) a threat to central aspects of one's identity. Study 1 (N = 115) assessed emoti...
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In 2014 presenteerde het kabinet het Actieplan arbeidsmarktdiscriminatie, dat is gericht op het voorkomen en bestrijden van discriminatie op de arbeidsmarkt. Onderdeel van dit actieplan is het uitvoeren van onderzoek om de aard en omvang van discriminatie op de arbeidsmarkt inzichtelijk te krijgen. Met het huidige onderzoek naar leeftijdsdiscrimina...
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In this article, we review the literature and present a model of radicalization and de-radicalization. In this model, we distinguish three phases in radicalization: (1) a sensitivity phase, (2) a group membership phase and (3) an action phase. We describe the micro-level, meso-level and macro-level factors that influence the radicalization process...
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Insults always sting, but the context in which they are delivered can make the effects even worse. Here we test how the brain processes insults, and whether and how the neurocognitive processing of insults is changed by the presence of a laughing crowd. Event-related potentials showed that insults, compared to compliments, evoked an increase in N40...
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Initiation rituals can take different forms and empirical evidence is inconsistent as to whether these rituals promote affiliation among novices. We argue that experienced humiliation during initiations leads to less affiliation among novices, in particular when one is initiated as sole group member rather than as part of the group. We examined thi...
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Quantitative results are reported of a longitudinal evaluation of a resilience training as a possible method to prevent violent radicalization (Diamant; SIPI, 2010). A total of 46 male and female Muslim adolescents and young adults with a migrant background participated. Results show that the training significantly increased participants' reports o...
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A key argument of Dixon et al. in the target article is that prejudice reduction through intergroup contact and collective action work in opposite ways. We argue for a complementary approach focusing on extreme emotions to understand why people turn to non-normative collective action and to understand when and under what conditions extreme emotions...
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In this study among Dutch youth (N = 1086), we focus on the determinants of the susceptibility for adopting radical right‐wing attitudes and behaviors. By means of structural equation modeling, we find that (a) perceived injustice, (b) perceived group threat, (c) relative deprivation, and (d) identification with the Dutch are important background d...

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We study the antecedents and consequences of political ("many-to-many") apology in different cultures. In particular, we focus on the specific (group-based) emotions involved.