Gulseli Baysu
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Dual identity as a two-edged sword: Identity threat and minority school performance
G Baysu, K Phalet, R Brown
Social Psychology Quarterly 74 (2), 121-143, 2011
Navigating the school system in Sweden, Belgium, Austria and Germany: School segregation and second generation school trajectories
G Baysu, H de Valk
Ethnicities 12 (6), 776-799, 2012
Political mobilization of Dutch Muslims: Religious identity salience, goal framing, and normative constraints
K Phalet, G Baysu, M Verkuyten
Journal of Social Issues 66 (4), 759-779, 2010
Acculturation attitudes and social adjustment in British South Asian children: A longitudinal study
R Brown, G Baysu, L Cameron, D Nigbur, A Rutland, C Watters, ...
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 39 (12), 1656-1667, 2013
Relative group size and minority school success: The role of intergroup friendship and discrimination experiences
G Baysu, K Phalet, R Brown
British Journal of Social Psychology 53 (2), 328-349, 2014
Minority adolescents in ethnically diverse schools: Perceptions of equal treatment buffer threat effects
G Baysu, L Celeste, R Brown, K Verschueren, K Phalet
Child Development 87 (5), 1352-1366, 2016
Staying on or dropping out: The role of the school environment in minority and non-minority school careers
G Baysu, K Phalet
Teachers College Record 114 (5), 1-25, 2012
Technical Report TIES 2007-2008 Belgium-Extended. Trajectories and Experiences of Turkish, Moroccan and Native Belgians in Antwerp and Brussels
M Swyngedouw, K Phalet, G Baysu, V Vandezande, F Fleischmann
CeSo/CSCP, Leuven, 2008
Ongelijke kansen en ervaren discriminatie in de Turkse en Marokkaanse tweede generatie.
V Vandezande, F Fleischmann, G Baysu, M Swyngedouw, K Phalet
Onderzoeksverslag CeSO/ISPO Publisher: K.U.Leuven. Centrum voor …, 2009
Identifying city differences in perceived group discrimination among second-generation Turks and Moroccans in Belgium
A Alanya, G Baysu, M Swyngedouw
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 41 (7), 1088-1110, 2015
Trajectories and experiences of Turkish, Moroccan and native Belgians in Antwerp and Brussels: Codebook and technical report of the TIES surveys 2007-2008 Belgium
M Swyngedouw, K Phalet, G Baysu, V Vandezande, F Fleischmann
Leuven: ISPO and CSCP, University of Leuven, 2008
Beyond Muslim identity: Opinion-based groups in the Gezi Park protest
G Baysu, K Phalet
Group Processes and Intergroup Relations 20 (3), 350– 366, 2017
Self-affirmation and test performance in ethnically diverse schools: A new dual-identity affirmation intervention
L Celeste, G Baysu, K Phalet, R Brown
Manuscript submitted for publication, 2016
Avrupali ikinci nesil Türk göçmenlerin okul basarisi
G Baysu, K Phalet
Turk Psikoloji Yazilari 17 (34), 36, 2014
Can school diversity policies reduce belonging and achievement gaps between minority and majority youth? Multiculturalism, colorblindness, and assimilationism assessed
L Celeste, G Baysu, K Phalet, L Meeussen, J Kende
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 0146167219838577, 2019
School diversity policies create (un) welcoming environments: A multi-level analysis of minority and majority school belonging and success
L Celeste, G Baysu, L Meeusen, J Kende, K Phalet
Manuscript submitted for publication, 2017
Can identification as Muslim increase support for reconciliation? The case of the Kurdish conflict in Turkey
G Baysu, C Coşkan, Y Duman
International Journal of Intercultural Relations 64, 43-53, 2018
Why does identity matter? A two-path model to intergroup forgiveness via in-group bias and outgroup blame
G Baysu, Y Duman
Psychological Research 19 (1), 43-51, 2016
De Turkse en Marokkaanse tweede generatie op de arbeidsmarkt in Antwerpen en Brussel: resultaten van het TIES-onderzoek
V Vandezande, F Fleischmann, G Baysu
Centrum voor Sociologisch Onderzoek, 2008
Reconciliation and intergroup forgiveness: the case of the Kurdish conflict in Turkey
G Baysu, C Coşkan
Turkish Studies 19 (5), 748-772, 2018
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