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Conflicting Cultural Identities May Foster Political Radicalism

New research suggests that dual-identity immigrants -- first-generation immigrants and their descendants who identify with both their cultural minority group and the society they now live in -- may be more prone to political radicalism if they perceive their two cultural identities to be incompatible. ... More>


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Gelfand Receives Anneliese Maier Research Award

APS Fellow Michele J. Gelfand, who studies conflict and conducts comparative cultural research, accepted the Anneliese Maier Research Award at a ceremony at Heidelberg University in Germany. ... More>


Peter F. Titzmann

University of Jena, Germany www2.uni-jena.de/svw/devpsy/staff/peter_e.html What does your research focus on? The focus of my research is on the development of children and adolescents with a migration background and the […]... More>


Study: Vaccines & Hand-Washing Can Reduce Prejudice Against Immigrants, the Obese & Crack Addicts


U.S. Immigrants Get Supersized