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Agadullina E.R., Kotova M.V. Minimal group paradigm: history of creation and contemporary development

Full text in Russian: Агадуллина Е.Р., Котова М.В. Минимальная групповая парадигма: история создания и современное развитие
State University – Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia

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The minimal group paradigm development stages are considered. Special attention is paid to analyzing preconditions for minimal group paradigm creation and development of representations of a group as a cognitive phenomenon. The authors distinguish two directions for research: the first one focuses on analysis of minimal group paradigm as a research method while the second one focuses on treating groups as a cognitive phenomenon and studying the role of social categorization in intergroup processes.

Keywords: minimal group paradigm, payment matrix, ingroup favoritism, outgroup hostility, discrimination

 

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Received 22 September 2010. Date of publication: 28 December 2010.

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Agadullina Elena R. Ph.D., Department of Organizational Psychology, Faculty of Psychology, State University – Higher School of Economics, Volgogradsky prospect, 46b, 109472 Moscow, Russia.
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Kotova Marina V. Ph.D., Department of Organizational Psychology, Faculty of Psychology, State University – Higher School of Economics, Volgogradsky prospect, 46b, 109472 Moscow, Russia.
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Agadullina, E. R., & Kotova, M. V. (2010). Minimal group paradigm: history of creation and contemporary development. Psikhologicheskie Issledovaniya, 6(14). Retrieved from http://psystudy.ru. 0421000116/0055. [in Russian, abstr. in English].

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Agadullina E.R., Kotova, M.V. Minimal group paradigm: history of creation and contemporary development [Electronic resource] // Psikhologicheskie Issledovaniya. 2010. N 6(14). URL: http://psystudy.ru (date of access: dd.mm.yyyy). 0421000116/0055. [in Russian, abstr. in English]

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