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Perceiving Outgroup Members as Unresponsive: Implications for Approach-Related Emotions, Intentions and Behavior. Butz, D. A., Plant, E. A. Basic Principles Examined: p.1067: top left Response expectancy : how you expect the member of your outgroup to respond (open or not-open to interaction). Efficacy : expectations that are centered on people’s ability to perform behaviors to reach a desired outcome. Hypotheses: Preliminary Study p.1067: middle right Tested: Whether or not response expectancies determine approach-related reactions to interracial versus same- race interactions. Participants : 116 white students Dependent measures: Interracial or same-race interaction Response expectancy feedback: Positive, negative, or no response Method: 1. Made to believe they were to have an interaction with either same race or black person. 2. Provided with expectancy feedback. 3. Reported their response expectancies and anger regarding upcoming interaction. Results: Participants who received the negative response expectancy feedback predicted that their partner would be less open to the interaction for both interracial and same-race interactions. Response expectance feedback was predictive of participants anger for interracial interaction. Study #1
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