Perceived Intention to Harm In-Group as Mediator of the Relation between Nationalism and Emotion
Abstract: This study used Chinese samples (N = 201) and Japanese (N = 256) to test the mediated effect of perceived intention to harm in-group on relationship between nationalism and intergroup emotion. First, results indicated that nationalism predicted anger via perceived intention to harm in- group. Second, the results showed that nationalism predicted fear via intention to harm in-group in Japanese sample but not Chinese samples. The implications of the results are discussed.
文章引用: 黄丽华 , 绳田健悟 , 宫岛健 , 山口裕幸 (2015) 国家主义与情绪关系中对内危害意图的认知的中介作用。 心理学进展， 5， 314-322. doi: 10.12677/AP.2015.55043
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