Emile Bruneau
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Us and them: Intergroup failures of empathy
M Cikara, EG Bruneau, RR Saxe
Current Directions in Psychological Science 20 (3), 149-153, 2011
5502011
The ascent of man: Theoretical and empirical evidence for blatant dehumanization.
N Kteily, E Bruneau, A Waytz, S Cotterill
Journal of personality and social psychology 109 (5), 901, 2015
3352015
Their pain gives us pleasure: How intergroup dynamics shape empathic failures and counter-empathic responses
M Cikara, E Bruneau, JJ Van Bavel, R Saxe
Journal of experimental social psychology 55, 110-125, 2014
2512014
The power of being heard: The benefits of ‘perspective-giving’in the context of intergroup conflict
EG Bruneau, R Saxe
Journal of experimental social psychology 48 (4), 855-866, 2012
1912012
They see us as less than human: Metadehumanization predicts intergroup conflict via reciprocal dehumanization.
N Kteily, G Hodson, E Bruneau
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 110 (3), 343, 2016
1472016
Backlash: The politics and real-world consequences of minority group dehumanization
N Kteily, E Bruneau
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 43 (1), 87-104, 2017
1252017
Distinct roles of the ‘shared pain’and ‘theory of mind’networks in processing others’ emotional suffering
EG Bruneau, A Pluta, R Saxe
Neuropsychologia 50 (2), 219-231, 2012
1092012
Social cognition in members of conflict groups: behavioural and neural responses in Arabs, Israelis and South Americans to each other's misfortunes
EG Bruneau, N Dufour, R Saxe
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 367 …, 2012
892012
Attitudes towards the outgroup are predicted by activity in the precuneus in Arabs and Israelis
EG Bruneau, R Saxe
NeuroImage 52 (4), 1704-1711, 2010
652010
Darker demons of our nature: The need to (re) focus attention on blatant forms of dehumanization
NS Kteily, E Bruneau
Current Directions in Psychological Science 26 (6), 487-494, 2017
642017
The unique effects of blatant dehumanization on attitudes and behavior towards Muslim refugees during the European ‘refugee crisis’ across four countries
E Bruneau, N Kteily, L Laustsen
European Journal of Social Psychology 48 (5), 645-662, 2018
562018
Localizing Pain Matrix and Theory of Mind networks with both verbal and non-verbal stimuli
N Jacoby, E Bruneau, J Koster-Hale, R Saxe
Neuroimage 126, 39-48, 2016
552016
Parochial empathy predicts reduced altruism and the endorsement of passive harm
EG Bruneau, M Cikara, R Saxe
Social Psychological and Personality Science 8 (8), 934-942, 2017
502017
The enemy as animal: Symmetric dehumanization during asymmetric warfare
E Bruneau, N Kteily
PloS one 12 (7), e0181422, 2017
462017
Empathic control through coordinated interaction of amygdala, theory of mind and extended pain matrix brain regions
EG Bruneau, N Jacoby, R Saxe
Neuroimage 114, 105-119, 2015
422015
Minding the gap: Narrative descriptions about mental states attenuate parochial empathy
EG Bruneau, M Cikara, R Saxe
PloS one 10 (10), e0140838, 2015
372015
How we know it hurts: Item analysis of written narratives reveals distinct neural responses to others' physical pain and emotional suffering
E Bruneau, N Dufour, R Saxe
PLoS One 8 (4), e63085, 2013
352013
Denying humanity: The distinct neural correlates of blatant dehumanization.
E Bruneau, N Jacoby, N Kteily, R Saxe
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 147 (7), 1078, 2018
332018
Interventions highlighting hypocrisy reduce collective blame of Muslims for individual acts of violence and assuage anti-Muslim hostility
E Bruneau, N Kteily, E Falk
Personality and social psychology bulletin 44 (3), 430-448, 2018
182018
What predicts anti‐Roma prejudice? Qualitative and quantitative analysis of everyday sentiments about the Roma
G Orosz, E Bruneau, LR Tropp, N Sebestyén, I Tóth‐Király, B Bőthe
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 48 (6), 317-328, 2018
172018
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