Political apologies are often used as a tool to restore trust and facilitate intergroup relations after historical wrongdoings. In this special issue, we consider the nature of these apologies as well as the processes involved in how such apologies are perceived and how they might contribute to improved intergroup relations.
The present special collection explores the social psychological aspects of the “Yellow Vests” (Gilets Jaunes) movement.
This special issue celebrates Gabriel Mugny’s pioneer role in developing a social psychological understanding of the structuring role of conflict.
This special issue gathers articles investigating theoretical advances and applications in the field of cognitive dissonance.
This issue presents research examining current challenges of immigration from the point of view of immigrants and national majority members.
This special collection presents methodological and statistical resources for social psychologists in an accessible manner.
This special issue present the study of social representation of the economic crisis, its causes and effects in European countries.
This special collection explores the psychological impact of terrorism at large and focuses on the January 2015 attack on Charlie Hebdo Paris, France.