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Esses, V.M., Medianu, S., & Sutter, A. (2021). The dehumanization and rehumanization of refugees. In M Kronfeldner (Ed.), Routledge handbook of dehumanization (pp. 275-291). Abingdon-on-Thames, UK: Routledge.

Esses, V.M., Hamilton, L.K., el Hazzouri, M., Sutter, S., McCafferty, B., & Pyati, A. (2020). The right information at the right time: Optimizing the provision of information to facilitate the settlement and integration of refugees in Canada. In L. Hamilton, L. Veronis, & M. Walton-Roberts (Eds.), A national project: Canada’s Syrian refugee resettlement experience (pp. 43-64). Montreal: McGill-Queens.

Esses, V.M., Hamilton, L. K., & Gaucher, D. (2018). The role of attitudes in migration. In D. Albarracin & B. Johnson (Eds.), Handbook of attitudes: Vol. 2 (pp. 455-487). Abingdon, UK: Routledge.

Esses, V.M., Zuschlag, A., Abelson, D.E. (2017). Twenty-first-century immigration to North America. In V.M. Esses, A. Zuschlag, & D.E. Abelson (Eds.), Twenty-first immigration to North America: Newcomers in turbulent times (pp. 3-15). Montreal: McGill-Queens.

Esses, V.M., Hamilton, L., & Medianu, S. (2015). Right-wing authoritarianism and attitudes toward immigrants and immigration: Subgroups and multiple motives. In F. Funke, T. Petzel, C. Cohrs, & J. Duckitt (Eds.), Perspectives on authoritarianism. Weisbaden, Germany: Verlag.

Esses, V.M., Medianu, S., Hamilton, L., & Lapishina, N. (2014). Psychological perspectives on immigration and acculturation. In J.A. Simpson & J.F. Dovidio (Eds.), APA handbook of personality and social psychology Vol.2, Group processes. Interpersonal relations and group processes. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Hamilton, L.K., Medianu, S., & Esses, V.M. (2013). Toward an understanding of immigration as a defining feature of the 21st century. In A.G. de Zavala & A Cichocka (Eds.), Social psychology of social problems (pp. 82-111). Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Stelzl, M., & Esses, V.M. (2013). Power, group dominance, and factors influencing willingness to provide assistance to immigrants. In E. Tartakovsky (Ed.), Immigration: Policies, challenges and impact. (pp. 141-156). NY: Nova Science Publishers, Inc.

Bradford, N., & Esses, V.M. (2012). A city in transition: Immigration, integration and diversity in London. In C. Andrew, J. Biles, M. Burstein, V.M. Esses, & E. Tolley (Eds.),  Immigration, integration, and diversity in Ontario cities (pp. 85-108). McGill-Queens Press.

King, G.A., Esses, V.M., & Solomon, N. (2012). Immigrant and refugee families raising children with disabling conditions: A review of the international literature on service access, service utilization, and service care experiences. In E. Grigorenko (Ed.), Handbook of US immigration and education. (pp. 179-206). New York: Springer.

Medianu, S., & Esses, V.M. (2012). La deumanizzazione dei rifugiati: prospettive teoriche empiriche [The dehumanization of refugees: Theoretical and empirical perspectives]. In A. Miglietta & S. Gattino (Eds.), Dietro il Pregiudizio. Il contributo della psicologia sociale all’analisi di una società multiculturale [Behind prejudice. The contribution of social psychology to the analysis of a multicultural society], pp. 29-46). Napoli, Italy: Liguori Editore.

Tolley, E., Biles, J., Andrew, A., Esses, V.M., & Burstein, M. (2012). From Metropolis to Welcoming Communities. In C. Andrew, A., Biles, J., Burstein, M., Esses, V.M., & Tolley, E. (Eds.), Immigration, integration, and inclusion in Ontario cities (pp. 1-22). Montreal: McGill-Queens Press.

Biles, J., Tolley, E., Andrew, C., Esses, V.M., & Burstein, M. (2011). Integration and inclusion in Ontario: The sleeping giant stirs. In J., Biles, M. Burstein, J. Frideres, E. Tolley, & R. Vineberg (Eds.), Integration and inclusion of newcomers and minorities across Canada (pp. 195-246). McGill-Queens Press.

Esses, V.M., Veenvliet, S., & Medianu, S. (2011). The dehumanization of refugees: Determinants and consequences. In S. Wiley, G. Philogene, & T.A. Revenson (Eds.), Social categories in everyday experience (pp. 133-150). Washington: APA Books.