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|Title:||Dynamics and dilemmas in social psychology: social relations, identities and cognition|
|Citation:||Vala, J. and Costa-Lopes, R. (2012), ‘Dynamics and dilemmas in social psychology: social relations, identities and cognition’, Portuguese Journal of Social Science 11: 1, pp. 3–14, doi: 10.1386/pjss.11.1.3_1.|
|Abstract:||This paper aims to provide a systematised overview of the paradigmatic orientations in social psychology in Portugal by identifying the most cited publications. Results show that the eight most cited thematic are: (1) deviance and reactions to deviance, (2) methodology, (3) prejudice and discrimination, (4) gender studies, (5) risk, environment and safety, (6) information processing, social judgment, familiarity and mood, (7) social representations and (8) social justice and belief in a just world. These eight most salient thematics can be sorted into three current paradigmatic orientations in contemporary social psychology: (a) social cognition; (b) the study of collective beliefs, ideologies and social representations; and (c) the study of identity and its impact on intra- and intergroup processes. The paper finishes with a reflection on the future developments of the discipline and the dilemmas that social psychology in Portugal could face.|
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