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José M. Marques
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The “black sheep effect”: Extremity of judgments towards ingroup members as a function of group identification
JM Marques, VY Yzerbyt, JP Leyens
European journal of social psychology 18 (1), 1-16, 1988
13981988
The ‘black sheep effect’: Social categorization, rejection of ingroup deviates, and perception of group variability
JM Marques, D Paez
European review of social psychology 5 (1), 37-68, 1994
8651994
Being better by being right: Subjective group dynamics and derogation of in-group deviants when generic norms are undermined.
J Marques, D Abrams, RG Serôdio
Journal of personality and social psychology 81 (3), 436, 2001
6322001
Pro-norm and anti-norm deviance within and between groups.
D Abrams, JM Marques, N Bown, M Henson
Journal of personality and social psychology 78 (5), 906, 2000
5602000
The black sheep effect: Judgmental extremity towards ingroup members in inter‐and intra‐group situations
JM Marques, VY Yzerbyt
European Journal of Social Psychology 18 (3), 287-292, 1988
5281988
The role of categorization and in-group norms in judgments of groups and their members.
J Marques, D Abrams, D Paez, C Martinez-Taboada
Journal of personality and social psychology 75 (4), 976, 1998
5181998
Membership status and subjective group dynamics: Who triggers the black sheep effect?
IR Pinto, JM Marques, JM Levine, D Abrams
Journal of personality and social psychology 99 (1), 107, 2010
4092010
Social categorization, social identification, and rejection of deviant group members
JM Marques, D Abrams, D Paez, MA Hogg
Blackwell handbook of social psychology: Group processes, 400-424, 2001
3382001
Innovation credit: When can leaders oppose their group's norms?
D Abrams, G Randsley de Moura, JM Marques, P Hutchison
Journal of personality and social psychology 95 (3), 662, 2008
2282008
Social identity and intragroup differentiation: The “black sheep effect” as a function of subjective social control
JM Marques, D Paez, D Abrams
Current perspectives on social identity and social categorization, 124-142, 1998
1931998
Anti-norm and pro-norm deviance in the bank and on the campus: Two experiments on subjective group dynamics
D Abrams, J Marques, N Bown, M Dougill
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 5 (2), 163-182, 2002
1672002
Ingroup bias and the ‘black sheep’effect: Assessing the impact of social identification and perceived variability on group judgements
JM Marques, EM Robalo, SA Rocha
European Journal of Social Psychology 22 (4), 331-352, 1992
1531992
Social sharing, emotional climate, and the transgenerational transmission of memories: The Portuguese colonial war
J Marques, D Paez, AF Serra
Collective memory of political events, 253-275, 2013
612013
Deviance credit: Tolerance of deviant ingroup leaders is mediated by their accrual of prototypicality and conferral of their right to be supported
D Abrams, GA Travaglino, JM Marques, I Pinto, JM Levine
Journal of Social Issues 74 (1), 36-55, 2018
582018
Effects of group membership on the transmission of negative historical events
J Marques, D Páez, J Valencia, O Vincze
572006
Dealing with collective shame and guilt
D Paez, J Marques, J Valencia, O Vincze
542006
How groups react to disloyalty in the context of intergroup competition: Evaluations of group deserters and defectors
GA Travaglino, D Abrams, GR de Moura, JM Marques, IR Pinto
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 54, 178-187, 2014
532014
National identification as a function of perceived social control: A subjective group dynamics analysis
IR Pinto, JM Marques, D Paez
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 19 (2), 236-256, 2016
412016
Context effects on intergroup discrimination: In‐group bias as a function of experimenter's provenance
JM Marques, VY Yzerbyt, JB Rijsman
British Journal of Social Psychology 27 (4), 301-318, 1988
411988
Representações sociais das comunidades cigana e não-cigana: Implicações para a integração social
E Fonseca, J Marques, J Quintas, G Poeschl
382005
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