The sigh of the oppressed : The palliative effects of ideology are stronger for people living in highly unequal neighbourhoods
Using the SIRDE model of social change to examine the vote of Scottish teenagers in the 2014 independence referendum
Doing many things at a time : Lack of power decreases the ability to multitask
‘Appeals to nature’ in marriage equality debates : A content analysis of newspaper and social media discourse
Two pathways to self‐forgiveness : A hedonic path via self‐compassion and a eudaimonic path via the reaffirmation of violated values
Judging the gender of the inanimate : Benevolent sexism and gender stereotypes guide impressions of physical objects
In a moral dilemma, choose the one you love : Impartial actors are seen as less moral than partial ones
Institutional apologies and socio‐emotional climate in the South American context
Up‐and‐left as a spatial cue of leadership
Beyond the dyadic perspective : 10 Reasons for using social network analysis in intergroup contact research
Change commitment in low‐status merger partners : The role of information processing, relative ingroup prototypicality, and merger patterns
Call for submissions : British Journal of Social Psychology special section on Understanding rapid societal change: Emerging perspectives and methods