[Cite as http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/DP130101598]
Researchers A/Prof Michael Wenzel; Dr Tyler Okimoto; Prof Matthew Hornsey
Brief description It is increasingly common for nations and organisations to apologise for current or past wrongdoing. This research investigates the unique psychological reasons for why collective apologies (as opposed to interpersonal ones) might struggle to win acceptance for victim groups; with an eye to identifying conditions that facilitate intergroup forgiveness.
Funding Amount $230,000
Funding Scheme Discovery Projects