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Nyla Branscombe
Nyla Branscombe
Distinguished Professor of Psychology, University of Kansas
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Social psychology
RA Baron, NR Branscombe
Pearson Education India, 1984
6213*1984
Perceiving pervasive discrimination among African Americans: Implications for group identification and well-being.
NR Branscombe, MT Schmitt, RD Harvey
Journal of personality and social psychology 77 (1), 135, 1999
37011999
The consequences of perceived discrimination for psychological well-being: a meta-analytic review.
MT Schmitt, NR Branscombe, T Postmes, A Garcia
Psychological bulletin 140 (4), 921, 2014
23172014
Sports fans: Measuring degree of identification with their team.
DL Wann, NR Branscombe
International journal of sport psychology, 1993
22461993
The context and content of social identity threat
NR Branscombe, N Ellemers, R Spears, B Doosje
Social identity: Context, commitment, content, 35-58, 1999
21051999
Guilty by association: When one's group has a negative history.
B Doosje, NR Branscombe, R Spears, ASR Manstead
Journal of personality and social psychology 75 (4), 872, 1998
14441998
Collective self‐esteem consequences of outgroup derogation when a valued social identity is on trial
NR Branscombe, DL Wann
European journal of social psychology 24 (6), 641-657, 1994
13281994
Die-hard and fair-weather fans: Effects of identification on BIRGing and CORFing tendencies
DL Wann, NR Branscombe
Journal of Sport and Social issues 14 (2), 103-117, 1990
11281990
The positive social and self concept consequences of sports team identification
NR Branscombe, DL Wann
Journal of Sport and Social Issues 15 (2), 115-127, 1991
10051991
The meaning and consequences of perceived discrimination in disadvantaged and privileged social groups
MT Schmitt, NR Branscombe
European review of social psychology 12 (1), 167-199, 2002
9192002
Collective guilt: International perspectives
NR Branscombe, B Doosje
Cambridge University Press, 2004
723*2004
Perceiving discrimination against one’s gender group has different implications for well-being in women and men
MT Schmitt, NR Branscombe, D Kobrynowicz, S Owen
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 28 (2), 197-210, 2002
7192002
Malicious pleasure: schadenfreude at the suffering of another group.
CW Leach, R Spears, NR Branscombe, B Doosje
Journal of personality and social psychology 84 (5), 932, 2003
6702003
Rebels with a cause: Group identification as a response to perceived discrimination from the mainstream
J Jetten, NR Branscombe, MT Schmitt, R Spears
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 27 (9), 1204-1213, 2001
6452001
Constructing a minority group identity out of shared rejection: The case of international students
MT Schmitt, R Spears, NR Branscombe
European journal of social psychology 33 (1), 1-12, 2003
6002003
From “we” to “me”: Group identification enhances perceived personal control with consequences for health and well-being.
KH Greenaway, SA Haslam, T Cruwys, NR Branscombe, R Ysseldyk, ...
Journal of personality and social psychology 109 (1), 53, 2015
5862015
Forgiveness and collective guilt assignment to historical perpetrator groups depend on level of social category inclusiveness.
MJA Wohl, NR Branscombe
Journal of personality and social psychology 88 (2), 288, 2005
5812005
In-group or out-group extemity: Importance of the threatened social identity
NR Branscombe, DL Wann, JG Noel, J Coleman
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 19 (4), 381-388, 1993
5481993
How young and older adults differ in their responses to perceived age discrimination.
TA Garstka, MT Schmitt, NR Branscombe, ML Hummert
Psychology and aging 19 (2), 326, 2004
5322004
The glass cliff: When and why women are selected as leaders in crisis contexts
S Bruckmüller, NR Branscombe
British Journal of Social Psychology 49 (3), 433-451, 2010
4962010
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