Ali Mashuri
Ali Mashuri
Department of Psychology, University of Brawijaya, Indonesia
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The effect of intergroup threat and social identity salience on the belief in conspiracy theories over terrorism in Indonesia: Collective angst as a mediator
A Mashuri, E Zaduqisti
International Journal of Psychological Research 8 (1), 24-35, 2015
The role of social identification, intergroup threat, and out-group derogation in explaining belief in conspiracy theory about terrorism in Indonesia
A Mashuri, E Zaduqisti
International Journal of Research Studies in Psychology 3 (1), 35-50, 2014
Intergroup helping in response to separatism
E van Leeuwen, A Mashuri
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 39 (12), 1647-1655, 2013
National identification and collective emotions as predictors of pro-social attitudes toward Islamic minority groups in Indonesia
A Mashuri, E Zaduqisti
PsychOpen, 2014
The effect of outgroup status and perspective-taking on empathy and outgroup helping
N Hasanah, I Rahmawati
International Journal of Research 2 (2), 3-14, 2013
When common identities reduce between-group helping
E Leeuwen, A Mashuri
Social Psychological and Personality Science 3 (3), 259-265, 2012
We believe in your conspiracy if we distrust you: The role of intergroup distrust in structuring the effect of Islamic identification, competitive victimhood, and group …
A Mashuri, E Zaduqisti
Journal of Tropical Psychology 4, 2014
The impact of multiculturalism on immigrant helping
A Mashuri, OK Burhan, E van Leeuwen
Asian Journal of Social Psychology 16 (3), 207-212, 2013
Perspective-taking and outgroup helping: The moderating role of warmth impression and outgroup status
A Mashuri, E Zaduqisti, Y Supriyono
International Journal of Research Studies in Psychology 1 (3), 2013
The role of dual categorization and relative ingroup prototypicality in reparations to a minority group: An examination of empathy and collective guilt as mediators
A Mashuri, E Zaduqisti, D Alroy‐Thiberge
Asian Journal of Social Psychology 20 (1), 33-44, 2017
Dangerous driving, prediktor dan mediatornya
A Mashuri, E Zaduqisti
Psycho Idea 7 (1), 2016
Examining predictors of tolerance and helping for Islamic religious minorities in Indonesia
A Mashuri, Y Supriyono, SK Khotimah, H Sakdiah, F Sukmawati, ...
International Journal of Research Studies in Psychology 3 (2), 15-28, 2014
The role of identity subversion in structuring the effects of intergroup threats and negative emotions on belief in anti-west conspiracy theories in Indonesia
A Mashuri, E Zaduqisti, F Sukmawati, H Sakdiah, N Suharini
Psychology and developing societies 28 (1), 1-28, 2016
When agony begets zealotry: The differential role of globalization threats in mediating the effect of competitive victimhood on Muslims’ religious fundamentalism
A Mashuri, E Zaduqisti, H Sakdiah, F Sukmawati
Archive for the Psychology of Religion 37 (2), 200-226, 2015
Demonising the victim: Seeking the answer for how a group as the violent victim is blamed
IE Putra, A Mashuri, E Zaduqisti
Psychology and Developing Societies 27 (1), 31-57, 2015
How morality threat promotes reconciliation in separatist conflict: A majority group perspective
A Mashuri, E van Leeuwen, F Hanurawan
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 21 (6), 913-930, 2018
Predicting support for reconciliation in separatist conflict
A Mashuri, E van Leeuwen
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 44 (2), 173-185, 2018
You are the real terrorist and we are just your puppet: Using individual and group factors to explain indonesian muslims’ attributions of causes of terrorism
A Mashuri, LA Akhrani, E Zaduqisti
Europe's journal of psychology 12 (1), 68, 2016
Explaining Muslims’ Aggressive Tendencies Towards the West: The Role of Negative Stereotypes, Anger, Perceived Conflict and Islamic Fundamentalism
A Mashuri, E Zaduqisti
Psychology and Developing Societies 31 (1), 56-87, 2019
A Majority Group’s Perspective-taking Towards a Minority Group: Its Antecedents and Impact on Support for Minority Helping
A Mashuri, E Zaduqisti, M Ula
Psychology and Developing Societies 29 (1), 44-73, 2017
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