Title

Affective group identity mediates the relationship between perceived social characteristics of the ingroup and involvement in ingroup-based activities

Document Type

Presentation

Presentation Date

4-29-2004

Conference Name

Midwestern Psychological Association

Conference Location

Chicago, IL

Peer Review

Yes

Abstract

Research on the relationship between group identification and intragroup involvement has yielded mixed results. Using a multidimensional model of group identity, we hypothesized, and found, that perceived exclusiveness of group membership would predict group involvement and that this relationship would be mediated by the affective dimension of group identity.

Disciplines

Psychology

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