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Running head: PREJUDICE, STEREOTYPING, AND DISCRIMINATION WORKSHEET 1 Prejudice, Stereotyping, and Discrimination Worksheet PSYCH 620 January 8, 2018 Instructor: Dr.Amber Lazarus
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PREJUDICE, STEREOTYPING, AND DISCRIMINATION WORKSHEET 2 Prejudice, Stereotyping, and Discrimination Worksheet Define each concept in the “Concept Name” column based on the provided definition. Definition Concept Name Judgments based on positive and negative perceptions of a social group Ambivalent Racism Reacting to a person as though he or she was an indistinguishable member of a particular social group Category Based Response Acting on cognitive expectations and emotional reactions to a person's perceived membership in a particular social group Discrimination Bias affirms the satisfaction of belonging to the right groups; individual autonomy is balanced against group identity. Optimal Distinctiveness Theory Bringing about the behavior in others that a biased perceiver expects Expectancy Confirmation
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