We examine how different forms of co-action (uniform vs. complementary co-action) give rise to feelings of solidarity. Five studies reveal that both forms of co-action increase solidarity, but have different consequences for the role of the individual within the group.
|Publication status||Published - Jul-2014|
|Event||European Association of Social Psychology (EASP) - UVA, Amsterdam, Netherlands|
Duration: 9-Jul-2014 → …
|Conference||European Association of Social Psychology (EASP)|
|Period||09/07/2014 → …|