Norbert L. Kerr

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Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 
Area:
Social Psychology, small group behavior
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Hinsz VB, Kerr NL, Tindale RS. (2018) Richard L. Moreland (1951–2017). Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice. 22: 61-62
Irwin BC, Scorniaenchi J, Kerr NL, et al. (2012) Aerobic exercise is promoted when individual performance affects the group: a test of the Kohler motivation gain effect. Annals of Behavioral Medicine : a Publication of the Society of Behavioral Medicine. 44: 151-9
Kerr NL, Tindale RS. (2012) Scientific inquiry on how groups decide: The Davisonian approach Group Processes and Intergroup Relations. 15: 577-584
Kerr NL, MacCoun RJ. (2012) Is the leniency asymmetry really dead? Misinterpreting asymmetry effects in criminal jury deliberation Group Processes and Intergroup Relations. 15: 585-602
Navarrete CD, McDonald MM, Asher BD, et al. (2012) Fear is readily associated with an out-group face in a minimal group context Evolution and Human Behavior. 33: 590-593
McDonald MM, Asher BD, Kerr NL, et al. (2011) Fertility and intergroup bias in racial and minimal-group contexts: evidence for shared architecture. Psychological Science. 22: 860-5
Kerr NL, Tindale RS. (2011) Group-based forecasting?: A social psychological analysis International Journal of Forecasting. 27: 14-40
Kerr NL, Rumble AC, Park ES, et al. (2009) "How many bad apples does it take to spoil the whole barrel?": Social exclusion and toleration for bad apples Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 45: 603-613
Kerr NL, Seok DH, Poulsen JR, et al. (2008) Social ostracism and group motivation gain European Journal of Social Psychology. 38: 736-746
Kerr NL, Messé LA, Seok DH, et al. (2007) Psychological mechanisms underlying the Köhler motivation gain. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 33: 828-41
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