Full List of Downloadable Research Publications

Harwood, J., Joyce, N., Chen, C-Y., Paolini, S., Xiang, J., & Rubin, M. (in press, accepted 25/11/14). Effects of past and present intergroup communication on perceived fit of an outgroup member and desire for future intergroup contact. Communication Research.   Publisher’s version

Madsen, K. R., Damsgaard, M. T., Rubin, M., Jervelund, S. S., Lasgaard, M., Walsh, S., & Holstein, B. E. (2016). Loneliness and ethnic composition of the school class: A nationally random sample of adolescents. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 45, 1350-1365.
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Martiny, S. E., & Rubin, M. (2016). Towards a clearer understanding of social identity theory’s self-esteem hypothesis. In S. McKeown, R. Haji, & N. Ferguson (Eds.), Understanding peace and conflict through social identity theory: Contemporary global perspectives (pp. 19-32). New York: Springer.  
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Morrison, T., & Rubin, M. (2016). Do Utopian city designs from the social reform literature of the seventeenth and nineteenth centuries resonate with a modern audience? Journal of Architecture and Urbanism, 40, 35-46. 
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Owuamalam, C. K., Rubin, M., & Issmer, C. (2016). Reactions to group devaluation and social inequity: A comparison of social identity and system justification predictions. Cogent Psychology, 3, 1188442. 
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Owuamalam, C., Weerabangsa, M. M., Karunagharan, J. K., & Rubin, M. (2016). Chip on the shoulder? The hunchback heuristic predicts the attribution of anger to low status groups and calm to high status groups. Cogent Psychology, 3, 1210998.   
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Owuamalam, C., Wong, K. X., & Rubin, M. (2016). Chubby but cheerful? Investigating the compensatory judgments of high, medium, and low status weight groups in an Asian culture. Cogent Psychology, 3, 118841. 
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Morrison, T., & Rubin, M. (2015). Understanding and living the past and the future: 3D modelling and interactive surveys as a research and teaching methodology. In F. Bezzina & V. Cassar (Eds.), Proceedings of the 14th European Conference on Research Methodology for Business and Management Studies (p. 307-313). Valletta, Malta.  
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Rubin, M., Milanov, M., & Paolini, S. (2016). Uncovering the diverse cultural bases of social identity: In-group ties predict self-stereotyping amongst individualists but not among collectivists. Asian Journal of Social Psychology, 19, 225-234.  
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Rubin, M., & Kelly, B. M. (2015). A cross-sectional investigation of parenting style and friendship as mediators of the relation between social class and mental health in a university community. International Journal for Equity in Health, 14:87, 1-11.  
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Rubin, M.
, & Wright, C. L. (2015). Time and money explain social class differences in students’ social integration at university. Studies in Higher Education.

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Rubin, M., & Wright, C. L. (2015). Age differences explain social class differences in students’ friendship at university: Implications for transition and retention. Higher Education, 70, 427-439.  Publisher’s version  Self-archived version

Somkittikanon, P., Paolini, S., Teaukul, S., Rubin, M., & Favara, I. (2015). The predictability of child rearing practice and city-rural contact on personality characteristic of Thai and Australian psychology students. Journal of the Royal Thai Army Nurses, 16, 140-146.  
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Zinko, R., & Rubin, M. (2015). Personal reputation and the organization. Journal of Management and Organization, 21, 217-236.   
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Graf, S., Paolini, S., & Rubin, M. (2014). Negative intergroup contact is more influential, but positive intergroup contact is more common: Assessing contact prominence and contact prevalence in five Central European countries. European Journal of Social Psychology, 44, 536-547.  
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Milanov, M., Rubin, M., & Paolini, S. (2014). Constructing and validating a new measure of ingroup identification. Annuaire de L’Université de Sofia “St. Kliment Ohridski”. Faculte de Philosophie, 104, 71-94.   
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Milanov, M., Rubin, M., & Paolini, S. (2014). Different types of ingroup identification: A comprehensive review, an integrative model, and implications for future research. Psicologia Sociale, 3, 205-232.   
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Morrison, T., & Rubin, M. (2014). Using visualisation to test historical Utopian cities on a modern audience. In K. Ng, J. P. Bowen, & S. McDaid (Eds.), Electronic Visualisation and the Arts (EVA 2014, pp. 177-183). London, UK. 
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Owuamalam, C. K., & Rubin, M. (2014). When do low status groups help high status groups? The moderating effects of ingroup identification, audience group membership, and perceived reputational benefit. Journal of Social and Political Psychology, 2, 289-312.   
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Paolini, S., Harwood, J., 
Rubin, M., Husnu, S., Joyce, N., & Hewstone, M. (2014). Positive and extensive intergroup contact in the past buffers against the disproportionate impact of negative contact in the present. European Journal of Social Psychology, 44, 548-562.  Publisher’s version    Self-archived version

Rubin, M., Badea, C., & Jetten, J. (2014). Low status groups show in-group favoritism to compensate for their low status and to compete for higher status. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations.  Publisher’s version   Self-archived version

Rubin, M.,
 Denson, N., Kilpatrick, S., Matthews, K. E., Stehlik, T., & Zyngier, D. (2014). “I am working-class”: Subjective self-definition as a missing measure of social class and socioeconomic status in higher education research. Educational Researcher, 43, 196-200. 
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Rubin, M.
, & Morrison, T. (2014). Individual differences in individualism and collectivism predict ratings of virtual cities’ liveability and environmental quality. The Journal of General Psychology, 141, 348-372.   
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Rubin, M.,
& Paolini, S. (2014). Out-group flies in the in-group’s ointment: Evidence of the motivational underpinnings of the in-group overexclusion effect. Social Psychology.
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Southgate, E. L., Douglas, H., Scevak, J. J., MacQueen, S. E., Rubin, M., & Lindell, C. (2014). The academic outcomes of first-in-family in an Australian university: An exploratory study. International Studies in Widening Participation, 1, 31-45.   Open Access.

Milanov, M., Rubin, M., & Paolini, S. (2013). Adult attachment styles as predictors of different types of ingroup identification. Bulgarian Journal of Psychology, 1-4, 175-186
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Rubin, M.
(2013). “It wasn’t my idea to come here!”: Ownership of the idea to immigrate as a function of gender, age, and culture. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 37, 497-501. 
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Rubin, M., Paolini, S., & Crisp, R. J. (2013). Linguistic description moderates the evaluations of counterstereotypical people. Social Psychology, 44, 289-298.   Publisher's version   Self-archived version

Badea, C., Brauer, M., & Rubin, M. (2012). The effects of winning and losing on perceived group variability. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 48, 1094-1099.    Publisher’s version   Self-archived version

Barlow, F. K., Paolini, S., Pedersen, A., Hornsey, M. J., Radke, H. R. M., Harwood, J., Rubin, M., & Sibley, C. G. (2012). The contact caveat: Negative contact predicts increased prejudice more than positive contact predicts reduced prejudice. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 38, 1629-1643.   Publisher’s version   Self-archived version

Milanov, M., Rubin, M., & Paolini, S. (2012). Types of ingroup identification as a function of group type. Annuaire de L’Universite de Sofia “St. Kliment Ohridski”. Faculte de Philosophie, 103, 119-140.    Publisher’s version

Rubin, M. (2012). Group status is related to group prototypicality in the absence of social identity concerns. Journal of Social Psychology, 152, 386–389.   Publisher’s version    Self-archived version

Rubin, M. (2012).
Social class differences in social integration among students in higher education: A meta-analysis and recommendations for future research. Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, 5, 22-38.    
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Rubin, M. (2012).
Working-class students need more friends at university: A cautionary note for Australia’s higher education equity initiative. Higher Education Research and Development, 31, 431-433.  
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Rubin, M., & Badea, C. (2012). They’re all the same!...but for several different reasons: A review of the multicausal nature of perceived group variability. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 21, 367-372.    Publisher's version   Self-archived version
 
Rubin, M.,
Watt, S. E., & Ramelli, M. (2012). Immigrants’ social integration as a function of approach-avoidance orientation and problem-solving style. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 36, 498-505.   
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Harwood, J., Paolini, S., Joyce, N., Rubin, M., & Arroyo, A. (2011). Secondary transfer effects from imagined contact: Group similarity affects the generalization gradient. British Journal of Social Psychology, 50, 180-189. 
   
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Rubin, M. (2011). Social affiliation cues prime help-seeking intentions. Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science, 43, 138-141.  
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Rubin, M., Paolini, S., & Crisp, R. J. (2011).
The relationship between the need for closure and deviant bias: An investigation of generality and process. International Journal of Psychology, 46, 206-213.   
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Paolini, S., Harwood, J., & Rubin, M. (2010).
Negative intergroup contact makes group memberships salient: Explaining why intergroup conflict endures. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 36, 1723-1738.   
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Rubin, M., & Badea, C. (2010). The central tendency of a social group can affect ratings of its intragroup variability in the absence of social identity concerns.
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 46, 410-415.    
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Rubin, M., Paolini, S., & Crisp, R. J. (2010). A processing fluency explanation of bias against migrants. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 46, 21-28.  
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Watt, S. E., Ramelli, M., & Rubin, M. (2010). The interplay of social context and personal attributes in immigrants’ adaptation and satisfaction with the move to Australia. In A. Hayes & R. Mason (Eds.), Migrant security 2010: Refereed proceedings of the national symposium titled Migrant Security 2010: Citizenship and Social Inclusion in a Transnational Era (pp. 209-216). University of Southern Queensland: Toowoomba, Australia.
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Voci, A., Hewstone, M., Crisp, R. J., & Rubin, M. (2008).
Majority, minority, and parity: Effects of gender and group size on perceived group variability. Social Psychology Quarterly, 71, 114-142.   
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Rubin, M., & Badea, C. (2007). Why do people perceive in-group homogeneity on in-group traits and out-group homogeneity on out-group traits? Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 33, 31-42.
   
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Paolini, S., Hewstone, M., Rubin, M., & Pay, H. (2004).
Increased group dispersion after exposure to one deviant group member: Testing Hamburger’s model of member-to-group generalization. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 40, 569-585.   
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Rubin, M., & Hewstone, M. (2004). Social identity, system justification, and social dominance: Commentary on Reicher, Jost et al., and Sidanius et al. Political Psychology, 25, 823-844.
   
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Rubin, M., Hewstone, M., Crisp, R. J., Voci, A., & Richards, Z. (2004). Gender out-group homogeneity: The roles of differential familiarity, gender differences, and group size. In V. Yzerbyt, C. M. Judd, & O. Corneille (Eds.), The psychology of group perception: Perceived variability, entitativity, and essentialism (pp. 203-220). New York: Psychology Press.   
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Hewstone, M., Rubin, M., & Willis, H. (2002). Intergroup bias. Annual Review of Psychology, 53, 575-604.
  
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Crisp, R. J., Hewstone, M., & Rubin, M. (2001).
Does multiple categorization reduce intergroup bias? Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 27, 76-89.  
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Rubin, M., Hewstone, M., & Voci, A. (2001).
Stretching the boundaries: Strategic perceptions of intragroup variability. European Journal of Social Psychology, 31, 413-429.  
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Vescio, T. K., Hewstone, M., Crisp, R. J., & Rubin, J. M. (1999). Perceiving and responding to multiply categorizable individuals: Cognitive processes and affective intergroup bias. In D. Abrams & M. A. Hogg (Eds.), Social identity and social cognition (pp. 111-140). Cornwall, UK: Blackwell.   
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Rubin, M., & Hewstone, M. (1998). Social identity theory’s self-esteem hypothesis: A review and some suggestions for clarification. Personality and Social Psychology Review, 2, 40-62.
  
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