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Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 10 Years On: Development, Impact and Future Directions
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From: The Atlantic
Study of the Day: Why There's No Love Lost Between Political Enemies
MAY 14 2012 HANS VILLARICA
New research in Psychological Science uncovers a deterrent to our ability to relate to other people: our political ideologies. [Related to paper below]
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David M. Amodio & Saaid A. Mendoza New York University
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David M. Amodio (2009)
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