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Prikhidko A.I., Gulevich O.A. Intergroup emotions in the context of political competition

Full text in Russian: Прихидько А.И., Гулевич О.А. Межгрупповые эмоции в условиях политической конкуренции
L.S.Vygotsky Psychology Institute, Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow, Russia

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Intergroup emotions are considered in connection with individual peculiarities of group members. The relationship between emotions experienced in the course of intergroup political competition and such characteristics as emotional intelligence and social identification is studied. The relation of different factors of emotional intelligence and social identification and outgroup hostility is analyzed.

Keywords: intergroup emotions, social identity, emotional intelligence

 

The study was supported by the Russian Foundation for Humanities, project 08-06-00706а, 2008–2009.


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Received 24 December 2009. Available online 18 February 2010.

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Prikhidko Alena I. Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Social Psychology, L.S.Vygotsky Psychology Institute, Russian State University for the Humanities, ul. Chayanova 15, 125993 Moscow, Russia.
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Gulevich Olga A. Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Social Psychology, L.S.Vygotsky Psychology Institute, Russian State University for the Humanities, ul. Chayanova 15, 125993 Moscow, Russia.
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Prikhidko A.I., Gulevich O.A. Intergroup emotions in the context of political competition. Psikhologicheskie Issledovaniya, 2010, No. 1(9), p. 6. http://psystudy.ru. 0421000116/0006. (in Russian, abstr. in English)

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