PGS 451, Lec 3, Categorization_4

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Categorization & Cognitive Processes
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Categorization (review) Functionality of object categorization Disfunctionality of social categorization
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Primary Social Categories Which ones are they? 3 characteristics
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Secondary Social Categories How do we decide which to use when so many are available?
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Origins of Stereotypes Learned Enhanced attention Personal exposure Frustration-aggression hypothesis
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Perpetuation of Prejudice Kernal of truth Selective information processing Subtyping Automaticity Lack of Awareness
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B**** Study Cite: Participants: Task: Varied: Found:
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Automaticity Automatic Component of Prejudice Controlled Component of Prejudice
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Motivations Cognitive ease Social Identity Theory Ego Defensive Status Maintenance Social Adjustment
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Team Spirit Study Cite: Participants: Measured: Found:
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Us vs Them Study
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Unformatted text preview: • Cite: • Participants: • Measured: • Found: False Feedback Study • Cite: • Participants: • Task: • Varied: • Found: Consequences of STEs • Enhanced perceived group differences • Outgroup homogeneity belief • Expectancy effects • Unfair judgments & treatment Great Expectations Study • Cite: • Participants: • Task: • Varied: • Found: Minimal Groups Studies Minimal Groups Study I • Cite: • Participants: • Observed: • Found: Minimal Groups Study II • Cite: • Participants: • Rated: • Found: White Bear Study • Cite: • Participants: • Task: • Varied: • Found: Red Volkswagon Study • Cite: • Participants: • Task: • Varied: • Found: So Criteria for Suppressing Prejudice (and other unwanted thoughts)...
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