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University of Connecticut Social Psychology Intergroup Relations



Power Basis Theory :: Description :: Researching Power :: Findings :: Teaching Resources :: Collaborators :: Bibliography

Betts, K. (2012). Group marginalization promotes hostile affect, cognitions, and behaviors. Dissertation, North Dakota State University.

Betts, K. & Hinsz, V. (in press). Group marginalization: Extending research on interpersonal rejection to small groups. Personality and Social Psychology Review.

Pratto, F., Pearson, A. R., Lee, I., & Saguy, T. (2008). Power dynamics in an experimental game. Social Justice Research, 21, 377-407.

Winner of the Morton Deutsch award.

Pratto, F. & Pitpitan, E. V. (2008). Ethnocentrism and sexism: How stereotypes legitimize six types of power relations. Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 2/6, 2159-2176.

Pratto, F., Lee, I., Tan, J. & Pitpitan, E. (2011). Power Basis Theory: A psycho-ecological approach to power. In D. Dunning (Ed.), Social Motivation (191-222). New York: Psychology Press.

Pratto, P., Henkel, K. E., & Lee, I. (in press, Jan. 2013). Stereotypes and prejudice from an intergroup relations perspective: Their relation to social structure. In C. Stangor & C. Crandall (Eds.), Stereotyping and Prejudice. New York: Psychology Press.

Pratto, F., & Walker, A. (2004). The bases of gendered power. In A. H. Eagly, A. Beall, & R. Sternberg (Eds.), The Psychology of gender, 2nd edition (pp. 242-268). NY: Guilford Publications.

Rosenthal, L. & Levy, S. R. (2010). Understanding women’s risk for HIV infection using social dominance theory and the four bases of gendered power. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 34, 21-35.

Tan, J. Y., Pratto, F., Operario, D. & Dworkin, S. (April 2, 2013). Sexual Positioning And Race-Based Attraction By Preferences For Social Dominance Among Gay Asian/Pacific Islander Men in the United States. Archives of Sexual Behavior. DOI 10.1007/s10508-013-0088-y