Brno lab of intergroup processes
Our current projects deal with acculturation of minority members, group stereotypes, outgroup perception and attitudes, primary and secondary effects of intergroup contact, the role of social norms and intergroup threats in diminishing prejudice, the effects of language in intergroup context and many more.
The project 20-01214S awarded by the Czech Science Foundation investigate the dynamic relationship between acculturation preferences and quality of intergroup relations in majority and minority members.
The international project in six countries examines the link between anti-COVID behaviour and attitudes toward immigrants, focusing on fear from the unknown as an underlying mechanism.
The project 17-14387S awarded by the Czech Science Foundation unravelled how acculturation strategies of both minority and majority members affect support for minority rights.
The project 13-25656S awarded by the Czech Science Foundation contributed to understanding how stereotypes influence the effect of intergroup contact on prejudice – both primary and secondary transfer effects.