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Hässler, Tabea; Shnabel, Nurit; Ullrich, Johannes; Arditti-Vogel, Anat; SimanTov-Nachlieli, Ilanit (2019). Individual differences in system justification predict power and morality-related needs in advantaged and disadvantaged groups in response to group disparity. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 22(5):746-766.

Aydin, Anna Lisa; Ullrich, Johannes; Siem, Birte; Locke, Kenneth D; Shnabel, Nurit (2019). Agentic and communal interaction goals in conflictual intergroup relations. Journal of Social and Political Psychology, 7(1):144-171.

SimanTov-Nachlieli, Ilani; Shnabel, Nurit; Aydin, Anna Lisa; Ullrich, Johannes (2018). Agents of Prosociality: Agency Affirmation Promotes Mutual Prosocial Tendencies and Behavior Among Conflicting Groups. Political Psychology, 39(2):445-463.

Aydin, Anna Lisa; Ullrich, Johannes; Siem, Birte; Locke, Kenneth D; Shnabel, Nurit (2018). The Effect of Social Class on Agency and Communion. Social Psychological and Personality Science:194855061878516.

Shnabel, Nurit; Ullrich, Johannes (2016). Putting Emotion Regulation in Context: The (Missing) Role of Power Relations, Intergroup Trust, and Groups' Need for Positive Identities in Reconciliation Processes. Psychological Inquiry, 27(2):124-132.

Shnabel, Nurit; Ullrich, Johannes (2013). Increasing Intergroup Cooperation Toward Social Change by Restoring Advantaged and Disadvantaged Groups’ Positive Identities. Journal of Social and Political Psychology, 1(1):216-238.

Shnabel, Nurit; Ullrich, Johannes; Nadler, Arie; Dovidio, John F; Aydin, Anna Lisa (2013). Warm or competent? Improving intergroup relations by addressing threatened identities of advantaged and disadvantaged groups. European Journal of Social Psychology, 43(6):482-492.

Shnabel, Nurit; Nadler, Arie; Ullrich, Johannes; Dovidio, John F; Carmi, Dganit (2009). Promoting reconciliation through the satisfaction of the emotional needs of victimized and perpetrating group members: the needs-based model of reconciliation. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 35(8):1021-1030.

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