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Journal Article (8)

  1. 2019
    Journal Article
    Aya, A., Harb, C., Li, M., & Baumert, A. (2019). Predicting collective action tendencies among Filipina domestic workers in Lebanon: Integrating the Social Identity Model of Collective Action and the role of fear. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations
  2. Journal Article
    Li, M., Leidner, B., & Fernandez-Campos, S. (2019). Stepping into Perpetrators’ Shoes: How Ingroup Transgressions and Victimization Shape Support for Retributive Justice through Perspective-Taking With Perpetrators. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin
  3. 2018
    Journal Article
    Li, M., Leidner, B., Petrovic, N., Orazani, S. N., & Rad, M. S. (2018). The Role of Retributive Justice and the Use of International Criminal Tribunals in Post-conflict Reconciliation. European Journal of Social Psychology, 48(2), O133–O151
  4. 2016
    Journal Article
    Li, M., Leidner, B., Euh, H., & Choi, H.-S. (2016). The contagion of interstate violence: Reminders of historical interstate (but not intrastate) violence increase support for future violence against unrelated third-party states. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 42(8), 1003–1024
  5. Journal Article
    Li, M., Rovenpor, R. D., & Leidner, B. (2016). Regulating the scope of an emotion regulation perspective on intergroup reconciliation. Psychological Inquiry, 27(2), 117–123
  6. 2015
    Journal Article
    Leidner, B., & Li, M. (2015). How to (re)build human rights consciousness and behavior in post-conflict societies: An integrative literature review and framework for past and future research. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 21(1), 106–132
  7. Journal Article
    Leidner, B., Li, M., & Kardos, P. (2015). Healthy and unhealthy wars: The effects of ingroup-committed violence on physical and mental health. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 21(3), 334–358
  8. 2014
    Journal Article
    Li, M. (2014). Towards a comprehensive taxonomy of dehumanization: Integrating two senses of humanness, mind perception theory, and stereotype content model. Testing, Psychometrics, Methodology in Applied Psychology, 21(3), 285–300

Book Chapter (1)

  1. 2019
    Book Chapter
    Li, M., & Leidner, B. (2019). Understanding Intergroup Violence and Its Aftermath from Perpetrators’ and Victims’ Perspectives. In L. S. Newman (Ed.), Confronting Humanity at its Worst: Social Psychological Perspectives on Genocide, 157–194
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