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In-group biases o In-group favoritism Higher likeability Distributing more rewards toward in group o Assumed similarity effect Idea that one thinks that member of the in group are more similar to the self than members of the out group o Out-group homogeneity effect Anyone in the out-group are all the same o How are stereotypes maintained? Day-today social cognition at play Illusory correlation o Overestimation of the association between 2 variables Homelessness and alcoholism Homelessness and laziness Gay men and feminine characteristics Gay men and lisps Confirmatory Hypothesis Testing o Addressing hypotheses in an expected direction P’s listened t college basketball games and were ased to evaluate performance of one playing IV: photograph of either African American or White DV: ratings of his performance reflected prevailing stereotypes Results: if believed to be black, rated more athletic with greater abilities; if believed white rated higher
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