Ed Cairns
Ed Cairns
Professor of Psychology
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Effects of direct and indirect cross-group friendships on judgments of Catholics and Protestants in Northern Ireland: The mediating role of an anxiety-reduction mechanism
S Paolini, M Hewstone, E Cairns, A Voci
Personality and social psychology Bulletin 30 (6), 770-786, 2004
Intergroup contact, forgiveness, and experience of “The Troubles” in Northern Ireland
M Hewstone, E Cairns, A Voci, J Hamberger, U Niens
Journal of social issues 62 (1), 99-120, 2006
Children and political violence.
E Cairns
Blackwell Publishing, 1996
An application of the theory of planned behaviour to blood donation: the importance of self-efficacy
M Giles, C McClenahan, E Cairns, J Mallet
Health education research 19 (4), 380-391, 2004
Intergroup trust in northern Ireland
T Tam, M Hewstone, J Kenworthy, E Cairns
Personality and social psychology bulletin 35 (1), 45-59, 2009
The impact of intergroup emotions on forgiveness in Northern Ireland
T Tam, M Hewstone, E Cairns, N Tausch, G Maio, J Kenworthy
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 10 (1), 119-136, 2007
The conflict in Northern Ireland: Causes, consequences, and controls.
E Cairns, J Darby
American psychologist 53 (7), 754, 1998
Development of a more reliable version of the Matching Familiar Figures Test.
ED Cairns, T Cammock
Developmental Psychology 14 (5), 555, 1978
Secondary transfer effects of intergroup contact: Alternative accounts and underlying processes.
N Tausch, M Hewstone, JB Kenworthy, C Psaltis, K Schmid, JR Popan, ...
Journal of personality and social psychology 99 (2), 282, 2010
Nations’ income inequality predicts ambivalence in stereotype content: How societies mind the gap
F Durante, ST Fiske, N Kervyn, AJC Cuddy, AD Akande, BE Adetoun, ...
Social Cognition, 246-268, 2018
Blood donation and Ajzen's theory of planned behaviour: an examination of perceived behavioural control
M Giles, E Cairns
British Journal of Social Psychology 34 (2), 173-188, 1995
Caught in crossfire: Children and the Northern Ireland conflict
E Cairns
Syracuse University Press, 1987
Intergroup conflict in Northern Ireland
E Cairns
Social identity and intergroup relations, 277-297, 1982
Direct contact as a moderator of extended contact effects: Cross-sectional and longitudinal impact on outgroup attitudes, behavioral intentions, and attitude certainty
O Christ, M Hewstone, N Tausch, U Wagner, A Voci, J Hughes, E Cairns
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 36 (12), 1662-1674, 2010
The role of memory in ethnic conflict
E Cairns, M Roe
Springer, 2002
Cross‐community contact, perceived status differences, and intergroup attitudes in Northern Ireland: The mediating roles of individual‐level versus group‐level threats and the …
N Tausch, M Hewstone, J Kenworthy, E Cairns, O Christ
Political Psychology 28 (1), 53-68, 2007
Social categorization and stimulus equivalence
A Watt, M Keenan, D Barnes, E Cairns
The Psychological Record 41, 33-50, 1991
Antecedents and consequences of social identity complexity: Intergroup contact, distinctiveness threat, and outgroup attitudes
K Schmid, M Hewstone, N Tausch, E Cairns, J Hughes
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 35 (8), 1085-1098, 2009
Intergroup forgiveness and guilt in Northern Ireland: Social psychological dimensions of “The Troubles.”
M Hewstone, E Cairns, A Voci, F McLernon, U Niens, M Noor
Collective guilt: International perspectives, 193-215, 2004
Individual‐level and group‐level mediators of contact effects in Northern Ireland: The moderating role of social identification
N Tausch, T Tam, M Hewstone, J Kenworthy, E Cairns
British journal of social psychology 46 (3), 541-556, 2007
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