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Doc. Mgr. Sylvie Graf, Ph.D.

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Brno Lab of Intergroup Processes

Institute of Psychology, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic
Veveří 97, 602 00 Brno
Tel.: +420 532 290 257+420 532 290 257
E-mail: sylvie.graf (@) psu.cas.cz

 

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Intergroup Contact Theory
  • Social Cognition in Intergroup Context
  • Language in Intergroup Context

 

EDUCATION

2016
Habilitation in Social Psychology
Masaryk University, Faculty of Social Studies
Habilitation Thesis: Czechs and their neighbors: Primary and secondary transfer effect of intergroup contact in five central European countries
2006 2010 Ph.D. studies, Social Psychology
Masaryk University, Faculty of Social Studies
Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic
6/2010 Awarded Ph.D. in Social Psychology (summa cum laude)
Dissertation Thesis: Intergroup attitudes and contact in a border region

2000 – 2006

MA studies, Psychology
Masaryk University, Faculty of Arts

6/2006

Awarded MA in Psychology (summa cum laude)
MA Thesis: Personality in Cultural Context

 

INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH VISITS & AWARDS   

2017–2018 Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship by European Commission, University of Bern, Switzerland, supervised by Prof Sabine Sczesny
1–3/2016 International Short Visit by the Swiss National Science Foundation, collaborating with Prof Sabine Sczesny at the University of Bern, Switzerland
11–12/2015 Travel Grant by European Association of Social Psychology, University of Bern, Switzerland
5/2015 Otto Wichterle Award by the Czech Academy of Sciences for exceptionally outstanding young scientists at the Czech Academy of Sciences who remarkably contributed to the advancement of scientific knowledge in a given area of science
5/2014 Best Paper Award for "Nouns cut slices: Effects of linguistic forms on intergroup bias" by the International Association for Language and Social Psychology and SAGE Journal of Language and Social Psychology
11–12/2013 Short visit grant by ESCON2 sponsoring a research visit at Oxford Centre for the Study of Intergroup Conflict, University of Oxford, UK

10/2012–6/2013

Research visit sponsored by the University of Newcastle’s Emerging Research Leadership Program and by Award for International Collaboration by the Czech Academy of Sciences
at the University of Newcastle, Australia
7/2012 2-week research visit at Oxford Centre for the Study of Intergroup Conflict, University of Oxford, UK
9/2007–3/2008 Research Scholarship awarded by the University of Zurich, Switzerland
2007–2008 European Ph.D. on Social Representations and Communication, Rome, Italy
11th, 10th, 9th, 8th, 7th International Lab Meeting
6/2007 2-week research visit at Center for Inter-Group Relations, Friedrich Schiller University, Germany
8/2006 Scholarship awarded by European Association of Social Psychology, Summer School of Experimental Social Psychology, University of Padua, Italy
2–6/2004 Erasmus Scholarship, University of Aarhus, Denmark

 

RESEARCH GRANTS

2017–2018 Principal researcher of the project MSCA-IF-2015-EF 703495 IMMIGRANTS "The Effects of Media News about Immigrants on Majority’s Attitudes and Behaviors toward Immigrants" awarded by the European Commission (Horizon 2020), supervised by Prof Sabine Sczesny
2017–2019 Coauthor of and collaborator on a research project 17-14387S "The Effect of Intergroup Contact on Acculturation Strategies and Support for Minority Rights: A Longitudinal Perspective in Majority and Minority" awarded to PhDr. Martina Hřebíčková, Dr., DSc. by the Czech Science Foundation.
2013–2016 Principal researcher of the project 13-25656S "Determinants of Intergroup Relations: An Integrated Model of Intergroup Attitudes, Contact, Personality-, and Socially-Anchored Factors" awarded by the Czech Science Foundation.
2010–2013 Coauthor of and collaborator on a research project P407/10/2394 "Intergroup Attitudes and Contact in five Central European Countries" awarded to PhDr. Martina Hřebíčková, Dr., DSc. by the Czech Science Foundation.
2007–2009 Collaborator on a research project 406/07/1561 "Judgement of National Stereotypes in the Context of a Five-Factor Model" awarded to PhDr. Martina Hřebíčková, Dr., DSc. by the Czech Science Foundation.

 

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

European Association of Social Psychology
Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues
Czech-Moravian Psychological Society
  -    Head of Section for Intercultural Psychology

 

PUBLICATIONS WITH IF

Hřebíčková, M., Graf, S., Tegdes, T., & Brezina, I. (2017). We are the Opposite of You! Mirroring of National, Regional and Ethnic Stereotypes. Journal of Social Psychology, Online first.

Hřebíčková, M.Jelínek, M., Blatný, M., Brom, C., Burešová, I., Graf, S., Mejzlíková, T., Vazsonyi, A. T., & Zábrodská, K. (2016). Big Five Inventory: Základní psychometrické charakteristiky české verze BFI-44 a BFI-10. [The Big Five Inventory: Basic psychometric properties of the Czech version of BFI-44 and BFI-10.] Československá psychologie, 60, 567583.

Graf, S., & Kováčová, S. (2016). Jak snižovat předsudky? Teorie meziskupinového kontaktu. [How to reduce prejudice? The intergroup contact theory.] Československá psychologie, 60, 185–196.

Guillaume, E., Baranski, E., Todd, E., Bastian, B., Bronin, I., Ivanova, C., Cheng, J.T., de Kock, F.S., Denissen, J.J.A., Gallardo-Pujol, D., Halama, Pl, Han, G.Q., Bae, J., Moon, J., Hong, R.Y., Hřebíčková, M., Graf, S., ..., & Funder, D.C. (2016). The world at 7: Comparing the experience of situations across 20 countries. Journal of Personality, 84, 493–509.  doi: 10.1111/jopy.12176

De Bolle, M., De Fruyt, F., McCrae, R. R., Löckenhoff, C., Costa, P. T. Jr., Aguilar-Vafaie, M., Ahn, C., Ahn, H., Alcalay, L. A., Allik, Avdeyeva, T.V., Bratko, D., Brunner-Sciarra, M., Cain, T. R., Chan, W., Chittcharat, N., Crawford, J. T., Fehr, R., Ficková, E., Gelfand, M. J., Graf, S., ... & Terracciano, A. (2015). The Emergence of Sex Differences in Personality Traits in Early Adolescence: A Cross-Sectional, Cross-Cultural Study. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 108, 171–185.

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.

Hřebíčková, M., & Graf, S. (2014). Accuracy of national stereotypes in central Europe: Outgroups are not better than ingroup in considering personality traits of real people. European Journal of Personality, 28, 6072. doi: 10.1002/per.1904

Löckenhoff, C. E., Chan, W., McCrae, R. R., De Fruyt, F., Jussim, L., De Bolle, M., Costa, P. T., Sutin, A. R., Realo, A., Allik, J., Nakazato, K., Shimonaka, Y., Hřebíčková, M., Graf, S., ... , & Terracciano, A. (2014). Gender stereotypes of personality: Universal and accurate? Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 45, 675–694. doi: 10.1177/0022022113520075

Graf, S., Bilewicz, M., Finell, E., & Geschke, D. (2013). Nouns Cut Slices: Effects of Linguistic Forms on Intergroup Bias. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 43, 62–83. doi: 10.1177/0261927X12463209. [BEST PAPER AWARD by the International Association for Language and Social Psychology and SAGE JLSP]

McCrae, R. R.,Chan, W., Jussim, L., De Fruyt, F., Löckenhoff, C. E., De Bolle, M., Costa, P. T., Hřebíčková, M., Graf, S., ... , & Terracciano, A. (2013): The inaccuracy of national character stereotypes. Journal of Research in Personality, 47, 831–842. doi: 10.1016/j.jrp.2013.08.006

Chan, W., McCrae, R. R., De Fruyt, F., Jussim, L., Löckenhoff, C. E., De Bolle, M., Costa, P. T., Sutin, A. R., Realo, A., Allik, J., Nakazato, K., Shimonaka, Y., Hřebíčková, M., Graf, S., ... , & Terracciano, A. (2012). Stereotypes of age differences in personality traits: Universal and accurate? Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 103, 1050–1066. doi: 10.1037/a0029712.

Graf, S. (2012). Psychologické důsledky jazykové abstraktnosti. [Psychological consequences of language abstractness.] Československá psychologie, 56, 420–434. [in Czech] [PDF]

Hewstone, M., Liebkind, K., Lewicka, M., László, J., Voci, A., Contarello, A., Gómez, A., Hantzi, A., Bilewicz, M., Guinote, A., Graf, S., & Petkova, K. (2012). An evaluation of the impact of the European Association of Social Psychology: A response to Schruijer (2011). History of the Human Sciences, 25, 117–126.

Hrebickova, M., & Kourilova, S. (2012). Jak se vidíme, jak nás vidí a jací jsme: Porovnání národního auto- a heterostereotypu s posuzováním reálných lidí v kontextu pětifaktorového modelu osobnosti. [How do we see ourselves, how are we seen and how we are: Comparison of national auto- and heterostereotypes with ratings of real people in context of five-factor model of personality.] Československá psychologie, 56, 1–17. [PDF]

Freund, A. M., Kourilova, S., & Kuhl, P. (2011). Stronger evidence for own-age effects in memory for older as compared to younger adults. Memory, 19, 429–448. [PDF]

Kourilova, S., & Hrebickova, M. (2011). Accuracy of Slovak national stereotypes: Result of judgment or intuition? Studia Psychologica, 53, 201–213. [PDF]

Kourilova, S. (2011). Jedinec v meziskupinových vztazích: Od sociální kategorizace k předsudkům. [The Individual in intergroup relations: From social categorization to prejudice.] Československá psychologie, 55, 12–24. [PDF]

Web of Science H-index: 6
Web of Science citations (without self-citations): 86
[Web of Science Researcher's ID: D-9732-2014]
Google Scholar citations: 260
Google Scholar H-index: 10

 

PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

Petrjánošová, M. & Graf, S. (2012). “The Austrians were surprised that I didn’t speak German”: The role of language in Czech-Austrian relations. Human Affairs, 22, 539–557. [PDF]

Graf, S., & Petrjánošová, M. (2012). Ako spolu komunikujú Česi a Rakúšania: používání jazyka v průběhu meziskupinového kontaktu. In Diverzita v spoločenských vedách: Príspevky z 11. česko-slovenskej konferencie Kvalitatívny prístup a metódy vo vedách o človeku. Lásticová, B., Masaryk, M., Petrjánošová, M. (Eds.), Bratislava : Ústav výskumu sociálnej komunikácie SAV. [in Czech] [PDF]

Petrjánošová, M. & Graf, S. (2012). "S Rakušanem jsem se nikdy nesetkala, ale byla jsem na výměnném pobytu v Německu“: vnímané podobnosti medzi Rakúšanmi a Nemcami u českých respondentov. ["I have never met an Austrian but taken part in a student exchange in Germany": Perceived similarities between Austrians and Germans in Czech respondents.] In P. Halama, R. Hanák, & R. Masaryk (Eds.), Sborník příspěvků Sociální procesy a osobnost 2012 (pp. 26–30). [Book of Proceedings, Social processes and personality 20012] Bratislava: Ústav experimentálnej psychológie SAV. ISBN: 978-80-88910-40-4. [in Czech]

Kourilova, S. (2011). Perception of Intergroup Contact in Border Regions: A Czech-Austrian Case Study. In M. S. Roberto, M. T. Batista, M. H. Santos, R. Morais, R. S. Costa, M. L. Lima (Eds.), Research directions in social and organizational psychology (Vol. IV). Lisbon: Edições Colibri.

Hřebíčková, M., & Kourilova, S. (2010). Slovenské tango: percepce profilů osobnostních charakteristik Slováků. [Slovac tango: Perception of personality traits profiles in Slovacs]. In Blatný, M., Vobořil, D., Květon, P., Jelínek, M., Sobotková, V., Kouřilová, S. (Eds.). Sborník příspěvků Sociální procesy a osobnost 2009, Člověk na cestě životem: rizika, výzvy, příležitosti, (s. 91–98). [Book of Proceedings, Social processes and personality 2009] Brno: Psychologický ústav AV ČR. ISBN: 978-80-86174-15-0.

Kourilova, S. (2009). Report on Joint EASP-SPSSI Meeting on intergroup contact: Recent advancements in basic and applied research. European Bulletin of Social Psychology, 21, 33–40. ISSN 1563-1001.

Kourilova, S. (2009). Strukturální přístup k sociálním reprezentacím. [Structural approach to social representations.] E-psychologie, 3, 49–58. ISSN 1802-8853.

Kourilova, S., & Hřebíčková, M.  (2009). Obsah národních stereotypů v příhraniční oblasti České republiky a Rakouska. [Content of national stereotypes in the border region of the Czech Republic and Austria.] In L. Golecká, J. Gurňáková, & I. Ruisel (Eds.), Sborník Sociálne procesy a osobnosť 2008. [Book of Proceedings, Social processes and personality 2008]. Bratislava: Ústav experimentálnej psychológie SAV, 777–785. ISBN 978-80-88910-26-8.

 

BOOKS

Graf, S., Hřebíčková, M., Petrjánošová, M., & Leix, A. (2015). Češi a jejich sousedé. Meziskupinové postoje a kontakt ve střední Evropě. [Czechs and Their Neighbors: Intergroup Attitudes and Contact in Central Europe.] Praha, Academia. ISBN 978-80-200-2489-3. [in Czech]

Kourilova, S., Caha, P., & Caha, E. (2007). Study Prerequisites and Logic. Praha: Fragment. ISBN: 978-80-253-0491-4 [in Czech]

Caha, P., & Kourilova, S. (2006). Tests for University Entrance Exams and Logic. Praha: Tutor. ISBN: 80-86700-06-2 [in Czech]

 

BOOK CHAPTERS

Graf, S., & Hřebíčková, M. (in press). Does cultural diversity reflect differences in people living in distinct countries? The case of national stereotypes in Central Europe. In A. Thomas (Ed), Culture and ethnic diversity: How European psychologists can meet the challenges. Göttingen: Hogrefe.

Graf, S. (in press). Sociální psychologie meziskupinových konfliktů. [Social psychology of intergroup conflict.] In J. Výrost, I. Slaměník, E. Sollárová (Eds), Sociální psychologie [Social Psychology]. Praha: Grada. [in Czech]

Graf, S., & Paolini, S. (2016). Investigating positive and negative intergroup contact: Rectifying a long-standing positivity bias in the literature. In L. Vezzali & S. Stathi (Eds). Intergroup contact theory: Recent developments and future directions (Series: Current Issues in Social Psychology) (pp. 92–113). New York, NY: Routledge.

Hřebíčková, M., & Graf, S. (2016). Agreement and accuracy of national stereotypes in five Central European countries. In C. Fields (Ed), Stereotypes and stereotyping: Misperceptions, perspectives and role of social media (pp.117–132). New York: Nova Science Publishers.

Hřebíčková, M., & Graf, S. (2015). Je postoj Čechů k vlastnímu národu ovlivněn mírou jejich identifikace s českým národem? [Do Czech ingroup attitudes depend on the level of national identification?] In K. Vlachová (Ed.), Národní identity a identifikace. Česká republika – Visegrádská čtyřka – Evropská unie (33–49). Praha: Sociologický ústav AV ČR, v.v.i., SLON – Sociologické nakladatelství, 33-49. ISBN 978-80-7419-188-6.

Hřebíčková, M., & Graf, S. (2014). Jsou národní stereotypy přesné? [Are national stereotypes accurate?] In M., Blatný (Ed.), Člověk v kontextech celoživotního vývoje (75–93). Brno: PsÚ AV ČR.  ISBN 978-80-86174-18-1


MEDIA

Hřebíčková, M., Graf, S., & Petrjánošová, M. (2012). Slováci jsou našinci: Mladí Češi považují své slovenské vrstevníky za vlastní, naopak to neplatí. [Slovaks are people like you and me: Young Czechs consider their Slovak peers similar to themselves but not vice versa.] Lidové noviny, 22.12.2012, p. 4. Příloha Orientace. [in Czech] [PDF]

Hrebickova, M., Leix, A. & Graf, S. (2012). Poláci nás milují. [Poles do love us.] Lidové noviny, 16.6. 2012, pp. 1-2. Příloha Orientace. [PDF I II]

Kourilova, S., & Hrebickova, M. (2009). Evropa národních stereotypů. [Europe of national stereotypes.] Lidové noviny, 7.2. 2009, p. 24. Příloha Věda, Orientace/Esej. [PDF]

 

INVITED TALKS

Valence asymmetries in the effect of intergroup contact on outgroup attitudes, 15 April 2015, Institute of Psychology, FernUniversität in Hagen, Germany.

Challenging prejudice: The effect of language, media exposure and intergroup contact on outgroup attitudes, 6 November 2014, Center for Research on Prejudice, Faculty of Psychology, University of Warsaw, Poland.

Negative intergroup contact is more influential, but positive intergroup contact is more common: An ecological assessment of contact prominence and contact prevalence in five European countries, 29 May 2014, Department of Psychology, Işık University, Turkey.

Prevalent positive and prominent negative contact with outgroup members maintain outgroup attitudes, 20 March 2013, School of Psychology, University of Newcastle, Australia.

 

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS 

Graf, S., & Zingora, T. (2015). Benefits of ethnic diversity: Intergroup contact with Vietnamese can reduce prejudice against Roma. In symposium "Ethnic and cultural diversity". 14th European Congress of Psychology, Milan, Italy, Program Book, p. 14.

Zingora, T., & Graf, S. (2015). Challenging prejudice with ethnic diversity: The role of perceived threats in secondary transfer effect of intergroup contact. The 9th Biennial Congress of the International Academy for Intercultural Research, Bergen, Norway, Program Book, p. 24.

Graf, S., Paolini, S., & Rubin, M. (2014). Ecological evidence that positive intergroup contact is more common, but negative contact is more influential. 17th General Meeting of the European Association of Social Psychology, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, Book of Abstracts, p. 170.

Hřebíčková, M., Graf, S., Realo, & Mõttus, R. (2014). True or false: What influences the accuracy of national stereotypes? In invited symposium "Cross-cultural aspects of personality".17the European Conference on Personality, Lausanne, Switzerland, Book of Abstracts, p. 114–115.

Graf, S., & Hřebíčková, M. (2013). Big 5 in social psychology: Fruitful cross-pollination or a deadlock? In invited symposium "The Five-factor model of personality in psychological and anthropological research". SPO 2013, Třešť, Book of Abstracts, p. 19.

Graf, S., Paolini, S., & Rubin, M. (2013). Prevalence of positive and prominence of negative contact maintain outgroup attitudes stable. Talk within symposium "Valence asymmetries in intergroup relations: Bringing the pendulum of intergroup contact research back to the centre". SASP Annual Conference, Cairns, Australia, Book of Abstracts, pp. 13, 62.

Graf, S., Bilewicz, M., Finell, E., & Geschke, D. (2012). Nouns cut slices: Effects of linguistic forms on intergroup bias. ESCON2 Transfer of Knowledge Conference; Estoril, Portugal, Book of Abstracts, pp. 13-14.

Petrjánošová, M., & Graf, S. (2012): S Rakušanem jsem se nikdy nesetkala, ale byla jsem na výměném pobytu v Německu“ – vnímané podobnosti medzi Rakúšanmi a Nemcami u českých respondentov. ["I have never met an Austrian but taken part in a student exchange in Germany": Perceived similarities between Austrians and Germans in Czech respondents.] Sociální procesy a osobnost [Social processes and personality]; Nový Smokovec, Slovakia; Book of Abstracts, p. 34.

Kourilova, S., & Petrjanosova M. (2012). How Czech and Austrians communicate: Use of language in intergroup contact. 11th Annual Conference Qualitative Approach and Methods in Social Sciences, Bratislava, Slovakia; Book of Abstracts, pp. 24-25.

Kourilova, S., & Hrebickova, M. (2011). Intergroup contact in border regions of five Central European countries. 16th EASP General Meeting, Stockholm, Sweden.

Bilewicz, M., Kourilova, S., Finell, E., & Geschke, D. (2010). Mind your language: The effect of linguistic abstractness on ingroup bias and black sheep effect. 3rd Biennial Symposium on Personality and Social Psychology, Warsaw, Poland; Book of Abstracts, p. 21.

Hrebickova, M., & Kourilova, S. (2010). National auto- and heterosterotypes in relation to personality traits in five Central European countries. Invited symposium „Personality and Culture“, 15th European Conference on Personality, Brno, Czech Republic; Book of Abstracts, p. 43.

Hrebickova, M., & Kourilova, S. (2010). National stereotypes from an ingroup and outgroup perspective. 6th European Spring Conference on Social psychology, St. Moritz, Switzerland.

Kourilova, S. (2009). Effect of linguistic abstraction on intergroup contact perception. Transfer of Knowledge Conference; Warsaw, Poland; Book of Abstracts, pp. 39-40.

Hrebickova, M., & Kourilova, S. (2009). Slovenské tango: percepce profilů osobnostních charakteristik Slováků. [Slovac Tango: Perception of Personality Traits Profiles in Slovacs]; Sociální procesy a osobnost [Social processes and personality]; Trest, Czech Republic; Book of Abstracts, p. 6.

Kourilova, S., & Hrebickova, M. (2009). Perception of national stereotypes from an ingroup and outgroup perspective. Xth European Congress of  Psychology, Oslo, Norway.

Kourilova, S. (2009). National stereotypes and inter-group contact in a border region. PhD meeting in Social and Organisational Psychology; Lisboa, Portugal.

Hrebickova, M., & Kourilova, S. (2009). National streotypes from an ingroup and outgroup perspective. 5th European Spring Conference on Social psychology, St. Moritz, Switzerland.

Geschke, D., Kourilova, S., Finell, E., Bilewicz, M., & Casini, A. (2009). Not only what you say about them, but also how you say it impresses me a lot: Effects of the linguistic abstractness of nationality descriptions on intergroup attitudes and behavior. FNP workshop “Categorisation of the World through Language”; Serock near Warsaw, Poland.

Kourilova, S., & Freund, A. M. (2008). The effect of age-based categorization on memory bias. Transfer of Knowledge Conference; Volterra, Italy; Book of Abstracts, p. 21.

Kourilova, S. (2008). Intergroup contact in the border area of the Czech Republic and Austria. Poster at EAESP-SPSSI Small Group Meeting on “Intergroup Contact: Recent advancements in basic and applied research”; Marburg, Germany; Book of Abstracts, p. 14.

Kourilova, S., & Hrebickova, M. (2008). Comparison of gender stereotypes with gender differences across generations. Invited Symposium “Personality and Culture”, XXIXth International Congress of Psychology; Berlin, Germany.

Kourilova, S., Geschke, D., Finell, E., Bilewicz, M., & Casini, A. (2007). Linguistic Abstractness, Intergroup Bias and National Essentialism. Transfer of Knowledge Conference; Brno, Czech Republic.

Hrebickova, M., & Kourilova, S. (2007). Do gender stereotypes reflect self-reports and observer ratings? Invited Symposium “The Five-Factor Model of Personality: Application in Research and Practise”, Xth European Congress of Psychology; Prague, Czech Republic.

Kourilova, S., Geschke, D., Finell, E., Bilewicz, M., & Casini, A. (2007). Does linguistic abstractness influence intergroup bias? Experimental study in four European countries. Xth European Congress of Psychology; Prague, Czech Republic.

Tyrlik, M., & Kourilova, S. (2007). How the trust based on personal experience builds social representations of neighbours among Czech and Austrian adolescents living near the Czech – Austrian border. 8 th International Conference on Social Representations: Media and Society; Rome, Italy; Book of Abstracts, p. 57.

 

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