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E.M. (Enzo) Cáceres Quezada

Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences
Programme group Social Psychology

Visiting address
  • Nieuwe Achtergracht 129
Postal address
  • Postbus 15900
    1001 NK Amsterdam
  • Profile

    For my doctoral project, under the supervision of Bertjan Doosje (supervisor), Judit Kende (co-supervisor), and Michael Boiger (co-supervisor), we are interested in how dominant group members lead different identity management strategies through concrete social practices, such as historical remembering, intergroup attitudes, and group-based emotions.

    Prior to my PhD, I completed a B.A. in Psychology at Universidad Católica de Chile (2014), during which I did an academic exchange programme at l'Institut d'études politiques Science Po Paris (2012). Upon graduation, I did an MSc. in Social-Community Psychology (2019) at the same university. During my bachelor's, I partook in qualitative and theoretical research on collective memory about the Chilean dictatorship (1973-1990) throughout different generations and on the interplay between historical and biographical narratives of right-wing, left-wing, and survivor people from the Chilean state terrorism. On the other hand, through my MSc. I conducted a field experiment in the memorial site Londres 38 to assess the effect of the ideological distance from the visitors perspective regarding the culprits (measured by an adapted scale of RWA) on the socially shared retrieval-induced forgetting of justifications to the atrocities there committed as a way of understanding memorials effects on cultural transmission.

  • Publications


    • Doosje, B., Szekeres, H., Cáceres Quezada, E., Boiger, M., & Kende, J. (2024). The intergroup level: Moral emotions in intergroup relations- the motivations and consequences of advantaged group members' aims to challenge the intergroup inequality. In N. Ellemers, S. Pagliaro, & F. van Nunspeet (Eds.), The Routledge International Handbook of the Psychology of Morality (pp. 179-189). (Routledge international handbooks). Routledge. Advance online publication. [details]
    • Sun, R., Balabanova, A., Bajada, C. J., Liu, Y., Kriuchok, M., Voolma, S-R., Đurić, M., Mayer, C-H., Constantinou, M., Chichua, M., Li, C., Foster-Estwick, A., Borg, K., Hill, C., Kaushal, R., Diwan, K., Vitale, V., Engels, T., Aminudin, R., ... Sauter, D. (2024). Emotional experiences and psychological well-being in 51 countries during the COVID-19 pandemic. Emotion, 24(2), 397-411.



    • Larraín, A., Haye, A., Sánchez, A., & Cáceres, E. (2019). Bergson, Peirce y Vygotski: imaginación y la producción del mundo a finales del siglo XIX y principios del XX. In Historias de la Psicología: Contribuciones y reconstrucciones parciales Ediciones Universidad Alberto Hurtado.


    • Haye, A., Herraz, P., Cáceres, E., Morales, R., Torres, M., & Villarroel, N. (2018). Tiempo y memoria: Sobre la mediación narrativa de la subjetividad histórica. Estudios Sociales, 22-35.


    • Cornejo, M., Reyes, M. J., Cruz, M. A., Villarroel, N., Vivanco, A., Cáceres, E., & Rocha, C. (2013). Historias de la dictadura militar chilena desde voces generacionales. Psykhe, 22(2), 49-65.
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