HUMAN RIGHTS ATTITUDES & ETHNIC BIAS IN SPAIN
This project has involved the University of California, Los Angeles team with faculty at Universidad Automata de Madrid. Under the guidance of Dr. Amalio Blanco, a series of studies concerning out-group bias and human rights attitudes has been conducted.
Other faculty in Spain include Drs. Javier Horcajo and Luis dela Corte, both on faculty in the program of Applied Social Psychology at the Universidad Automata de Madrid.
CHARACTERISTICS OF ROMA BIAS AND ANTI-SEMITIC ATTITUDES IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC
This research involved the replication of US research concerning the Gough Pr Scale with ethnic bias and anti-Semitism with a Czech sample.
Lucie Siminova, working with Dr. Olga Marlin and members of Systems in Transition in Prague conducted research that evidenced similar individual difference variables to anti-Semitic beliefs and bias against Romas. These findings were presented at the APA convention and published in the International Journal of Intercultural Relations
CROSS-CULTURAL STUDY OF OUTGROUP BIAS IN CHILE AND U.S.
In conjunction with Dr. Jose Saiz, this parallel research compared the role of social psychological and individual difference variables – the Gough Pr Scale and Altemeyer’s RWA measures - in predicting outgroup bias
The study was published in the Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology.