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Like all volumes of the European Review of Social Psychology, Volume 19 contains articles written by leading researchers in the field of social psychology. Several articles review research on intergroup relations conducted from different perspectives. The topics covered range from the social neuroscience of intergroup relations (Amodio), to emotions in intergroup relations (Iyer et al.), to improving intergroup attitudes and reducing stereotype threat (Crisp & Abrams), and to attributing and denying humanness to others (Haslam et al.). Two articles review programs of attitude research ("The structure and function of attitude strength" by Eaton et al., and "When and why do implicit measures predict behaviour" by Friese et al.). Finally, Karremans & van Lange report their work on forgiveness in personal relationships, Sassenberg & Woltin discuss research on group-based self-regulation and Papies et al. present a series of studies testing their goal conflict model of eating.
D.M. Amodio, The Social Neuroscience of Intergroup Relations. N. Haslam, S. Loughnan, Y. Kashima, P. Bain, Attributing and Denying Humanness to Others. A. Iyer, C.W. Leach, Emotion in Intergroup Relations. K. Sassenberg, K.A. Woltin, Group-based Self-regulation: The Effects of Regulatory Focus. A.A. Eaton, E.A. Majka, P.S. Visser, Emerging Perspectives on the Structure and Function of Attitude Strength. J.C. Karremans, P.A.M. Van Lange, Forgiveness in Personal Relationships: Its Malleability and Powerful Consequences. R. Crisp, D. Abrams, Improving Intergroup Attitudes and Reducing Stereotype Threat: An Integrated Contact Model. M. Friese, W. Hofmann, M. Schmitt, When and Why do Implicit Measures Predict Behavior? Empirical Evidence for the Moderating Role of Opportunity, Motivation, and Process Reliance. E. Papies, W. Stroebe, H. Aarts, Understanding Dieting: A Social Cognitive Analysis of Hedonic Processes in Self-regulation.