Books and
book chapters


Graf, S., Hřebíčková, M., Petrjanosova, M., & Leix, A. (2015). Czechs and their neighbors: Intergroup attitudes and contact in Central Europe. Praha: Academia [International Collaboration Award by the Czech and Slovak Academy of Sciences]

Book chapters

Bobowik M., Arnoso-Martínez M., Rupar M., Arnoso-Martínez A. (2021) Collective Memory in the Basque Country: The Interplay Between Construals of Victimhood and Perpetratorship. In: López López W., Taylor L.K. (eds) Transitioning to Peace. Peace Psychology Book Series. Springer, Cham.

Graf, S., & Hřebíčková, M. (2021). Cross-Group friendship and prejudice in five Central European Countries: The Role of personality and situational factors. In Altmann, T. (Ed.) Friendship in Cultural and Personality Psychology: International Perspectives (pp. 431-450). New York: Nova Science Publishers.

Graf, S. (2019). Social psychology of intergroup conflict. In J. Výrost, I. Slaměník, E. Sollárová (Eds), Social Psychology: Theory, methods, applications, (pp. 668 - 679). Praha: Grada. [in Czech]

Hřebíčková, M., & Graf, S. (2019). National stereotypes in Central Europe: Their accuracy, convergence and mirroring. In D. Ingenhoff, C. White, A. Buhmann, & S. Kiousis (Eds), Bridging disciplinary perspectives on the formation and effects of country image, reputation, brand, and identity (pp. 125-149). London: Routledge.

Voca, Sh. (2018). Student pair work as a tool to promote active learning among students in Kosovo. In G. Pleschová & A. Simon (Eds.), Early career academics’ reflections on learning to teach in Central Europe (pp. 112-120). London: Staff and educational development association.

Graf, S., & Hřebíčková, M. (2017). 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 (pp. 61–66). Göttingen: Hogrefe.

Graf, S., & Paolini, S. (2017). 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). Abingdon, UK: 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 (Series: Social Justice, Equality and Empowerment, pp.117–132). New York: Nova Science Publishers.

Hřebíčková, M., & Graf, S. (2015). Do Czech ingroup attitudes depend on the level of national identification? In K. Vlachová (Ed), National identities and identification: The Czech Republic – Visegrad Group – European Union (pp. 33–49). Praha: Slon. [in Czech]

Hřebíčková, M., & Graf, S. (2014). Are national stereotypes accurate? In M. Blatný (Ed), Human in contexts of life-span development, (pp. 75–95). Brno: Psychologicky ustav AV CR, v.v.i. [in Czech]