Dambrun
Dambrun
Université Clermont Auvergne UCA - LAPSCO CNRS
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Does social dominance generate prejudice? Integrating individual and contextual determinants of intergroup cognitions.
S Guimond, M Dambrun, N Michinov, S Duarte
Journal of personality and social psychology 84 (4), 697, 2003
4482003
Self-centeredness and selflessness: A theory of self-based psychological functioning and its consequences for happiness
M Dambrun, M Ricard
Review of General Psychology 15 (2), 138-157, 2011
2682011
When prosperity breeds intergroup hostility: The effects of relative deprivation and relative gratification on prejudice
S Guimond, M Dambrun
Personality and social psychology bulletin 28 (7), 900-912, 2002
2022002
The relative deprivation-gratification continuum and the attitudes of South Africans toward immigrants: A test of the V-curve hypothesis.
M Dambrun, DM Taylor, DA McDonald, J Crush, A Méot
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 91 (6), 1032, 2006
1412006
Suicide among physicians and health-care workers: A systematic review and meta-analysis
F Dutheil, C Aubert, B Pereira, M Dambrun, F Moustafa, M Mermillod, ...
PloS one 14 (12), e0226361, 2019
1262019
Measuring happiness: from fluctuating happiness to authentic–durable happiness
M Dambrun, G Desprès, G Lac
Frontiers in psychology 3, 16, 2012
1182012
Why are men more likely to support group‐based dominance than women? The mediating role of gender identification
M Dambrun, S Duarte, S Guimond
British Journal of Social Psychology 43 (2), 287-297, 2004
1172004
Implicit and explicit measures of prejudice and stereotyping: Do they assess the same underlying knowledge structure?
M Dambrun, S Guimond
European journal of social psychology 34 (6), 663-676, 2004
1142004
Mindfulness meditation and relaxation training increases time sensitivity
S Droit-Volet, M Fanget, M Dambrun
Consciousness and cognition 31, 86-97, 2015
832015
La théorie de la privation relative et l'hostilité envers les Nord-Africains.
M Dambrun, S Guimond
Revue internationale de psychologie sociale, 2001
832001
Why does social dominance orientation decrease with university exposure to the social sciences? The impact of institutional socialization and the mediating role of “geneticism”
M Dambrun, R Kamiejski, N Haddadi, S Duarte
European Journal of Social Psychology 39 (1), 88-100, 2009
822009
Reopening the study of extreme social behaviors: Obedience to authority within an immersive video environment
M Dambrun, E Vatiné
European Journal of Social Psychology 40 (5), 760-773, 2010
812010
The impact of hierarchy-enhancing vs. attenuating academic major on stereotyping: The mediating role of perceived social norm
M Dambrun, S Guimond, S Duarte
Current Research in Social Psychology 7 (8), 114-136, 2002
762002
Time and Covid-19 stress in the lockdown situation: Time free,«Dying» of boredom and sadness
S Droit-Volet, S Gil, N Martinelli, N Andant, M Clinchamps, L Parreira, ...
PloS one 15 (8), e0236465, 2020
752020
Prejudice in the police: On the processes underlying the effects of selection and group socialisation
J Gatto, M Dambrun, C Kerbrat, P De Oliveira
European Journal of Social Psychology 40 (2), 252-269, 2010
682010
La dominance sociale et les" mythes légitimateurs": Validation d'une version française de l'échelle d'orientation à la dominance sociale.
S Duarte, M Dambrun, S Guimond
Revue internationale de psychologie sociale, 2004
652004
Social dominance orientation, prejudice, and discrimination: A new computer-based method for studying discriminatory behaviors
N Michinov, M Dambrun, S Guimond, A Méot
Behavior Research Methods 37 (1), 91-98, 2005
522005
When the dissolution of perceived body boundaries elicits happiness: The effect of selflessness induced by a body scan meditation
M Dambrun
Consciousness and cognition 46, 89-98, 2016
502016
Gender differences in mental health: The mediating role of perceived personal discrimination
M Dambrun
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 37 (5), 1118-1129, 2007
492007
Understanding the relationship between racial prejudice and support for the death penalty: The racist punitive bias hypothesis
M Dambrun
Social Justice Research 20 (2), 228-249, 2007
432007
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