Bernhard Leidner, Ph.D.

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2010 Psychology New School University, New York, NY, United States 
Area:
Social Psychology, Experimental Psychology, International Relations
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Emanuele Castano grad student 2010 New School University
 (Morality shifting.)
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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 & Social Psychology Bulletin. 146167219858652
Li M, Leidner B, Euh H, et al. (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 & Social Psychology Bulletin
Li M, Rovenpor DR, Leidner B. (2016) Regulating the Scope of an Emotion Regulation Perspective on Intergroup Reconciliation Psychological Inquiry. 27: 117-123
Kardos P, Leidner B, Zsolnai L, et al. (2016) The effect of the belief in free market ideology on redressing corporate injustice European Journal of Social Psychology
Leidner B. (2015) America and the age of genocide: labeling a third-party conflict "genocide" decreases support for intervention among ingroup-glorifying Americans because they down-regulate guilt and perceived responsibility to intervene. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 41: 1623-45
Leidner B, Li M. (2015) How to (re)build human rights consciousness and behavior in postconflict societies: An integrative literature review and framework for past and future research Peace and Conflict. 21: 106-132
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. 21: 334-358
Li M, Leidner B, Castano E. (2014) Toward a comprehensive taxonomy of dehumanization: Integrating two senses of humanness, mind perception theory, and stereotype content model Tpm - Testing, Psychometrics, Methodology in Applied Psychology. 21: 285-300
Leidner B, Tropp LR, Lickel B. (2013) Bringing science to bear--on peace, not war: elaborating on psychology's potential to promote peace. The American Psychologist. 68: 514-26
Leidner B, Castano E, Ginges J. (2013) Dehumanization, retributive and restorative justice, and aggressive versus diplomatic intergroup conflict resolution strategies. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 39: 181-92
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