Rezarta Bilali
Rezarta Bilali
Associate Professor, New York University
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The role of inclusive and exclusive victim consciousness in predicting intergroup attitudes: Findings from R wanda, B urundi, and DRC
JR Vollhardt, R Bilali
Political Psychology 36 (5), 489-506, 2015
Groups and morality.
CW Leach, R Bilali, S Pagliaro
American Psychological Association, 2015
National narrative and social psychological influences in Turks’ denial of the mass killings of Armenians as genocide
R Bilali
Journal of Social Issues 69 (1), 16-33, 2013
Priming effects of a reconciliation radio drama on historical perspective-taking in the aftermath of mass violence in Rwanda
R Bilali, JR Vollhardt
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 49 (1), 144-151, 2013
Attributions of responsibility and perceived harm in the aftermath of mass violence.
R Bilali, LR Tropp, N Dasgupta
Peace and conflict: journal of peace psychology 18 (1), 21, 2012
Victim and perpetrator groups’ divergent perspectives on collective violence: Implications for intergroup relations
R Bilali, JR Vollhardt
Political Psychology 40, 75-108, 2019
Social psychology's contribution to the psychological study of peace: A review
JK Vollhardt, R Bilali
Social Psychology 39 (1), 12-25, 2008
Patterns of ‘othering’in Turkey: a study of ethnic, ideological, and sectarian polarisation
AB «elik, R Bilali, Y Iqbal
South European society and politics 22 (2), 217-238, 2017
Psychological asymmetry in minority–majority relations at different stages of ethnic conflict
R Bilali, AB «elik, E Ok
International journal of intercultural relations 43, 253-264, 2014
The downsides of national identification for minority groups in intergroup conflicts in assimilationist societies
R Bilali
British Journal of Social Psychology 53 (1), 21-38, 2014
Remembering intergroup conflict
R Bilali, MA Ross
Modeling collective action through media to promote social change and positive intergroup relations in violent conflicts
R Bilali, JR Vollhardt, JRD Rarick
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 68, 200-211, 2017
The role of national identity, religious identity, and intergroup contact on social distance across multiple social divides in Turkey
R Bilali, Y Iqbal, AB «elik
International Journal of Intercultural Relations 65, 73-85, 2018
Assessing the impact of a media‐based intervention to prevent intergroup violence and promote positive intergroup relations in Burundi
R Bilali, JR Vollhardt, JRD Rarick
Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology 26 (3), 221-235, 2016
Assessing the Internal Validity of Image Theory in the Context of Turkey‐US Relations
R Bilali
Political Psychology 31 (2), 275-303, 2010
Do mass media interventions effectively promote peace in contexts of ongoing violence? Evidence from Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo.
R Bilali, JR Vollhardt
Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology 21 (4), 604, 2015
Identity centrality and in-group superiority differentially predict reactions to historical victimization and harm doing
R Bilali
International Journal of Conflict and Violence (IJCV) 6 (2), 321-337, 2012
Understanding the roots and impact of violence and psychological recovery as avenues to reconciliation after mass violence and intractable conflict: Applications to national†…
E Staub, LA Pearlman, R Bilali
Handbook on peace education, 269-285, 2011
Confronting history and reconciliation: A review of civil society’s approaches to transforming conflict narratives
R Bilali, R Mahmoud
History education and conflict transformation: Social psychological theories†…, 2017
Between fiction and reality in post-genocide Rwanda: Reflections on a social-psychological media intervention for social change
R Bilali
Journal of Social and Political Psychology 2 (1), 387-400, 2014
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