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Yuliya S. Smirnova

Candidate of Psychology, Associate Professor

Department of Psychology

Kalvaryiskaia str. 9, room 428 Minsk Republic of Belarus 220004

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  1. Smirnova Yu.S. Methodological and methodical problems in the study of prejudice / Yu.S. Smirnova // Psychological Journal. – 2009. – №2. – С. 3 – 8. (Published in Russian)
  2. Smirnova Yu.S. Types of stigmatizing attitudes / Yu.S. Smirnova // The Journal of Philosophy and Social Sciences. – 2010. – №3 – С. 45 – 49. (Published in Russian)
  3. Smirnova Yu.S. Attributive processes at conflict interaction / Yu.S. Smirnova // Psychological Journal. – 2011. – №1 – 2. – С. 40 – 44. (Published in Russian)
  4. Smirnova Yu.S. Students' attitudes towards people suffering from stigmatizing diseases / Yu.S. Smirnova // Psychological aspects of personality development in ontogenesis: scientific articles / edited by A.I. Yanchiy [et al.]. – Grodno: GrSU, 2014. – P. 279 – 287. (Published in Russian)
  5. Prejudices: the Concept, Mechanisms, Effects. (rus)
  6. The Nature of Social Prejudices. (rus)
  7. The Phenomenon of Prejudices against Stigmatized Groups. (rus)
  8. Attribution of Responsibility in the Structure of Prejudices. (rus)
  9. The Ways of Prejudice Reduction: their Potential and Limitations. (rus)
  10. Modern Forms of Prejudices. (rus)
  11. The Prototypical Approach to the Analysis of the Сategory «Conflict». (rus)
  12. About the content of the concept of "prejudice". (rus)
  13. Prototypical Forms of Prejudices. (rus)
  14. Attributions in Interpersonal Conflicts. (rus)
  15. The Prototypical Approach to the Analysis of the Phenomenon of Prejudices (rus.)
  16. Teenagers' attitudes toward persons with disabilities (rus)

  17. Attitudes of individuals with chronic diseases towards members of ingroup and outgroup of healthy people (rus)

  18. Information uncertainty in conflicts (rus)