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Stereotypes, Prejudice, and Dis Psychology 210 Dr. Akiyama Fall 2008
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Prejudice and Intergroup Relations Discrimination Unequal treatment based on group membership Stereotype Beliefs that associate groups with traits Prejudice Negative feelings toward an individual based solely on his/her group membership
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Perceiving Groups: Three Reactions
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How do Stereotypes form?
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Automatic versus Controlled Thinking Stroop Test
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Why slower on the third task?
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Elements of Automatic Thinking Intention – not guided by intention Control – not subject to deliberate control Effort – no effort required Efficiency – highly efficient
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Prejudice and Intergroup Relations Categorization Natural human tendency to group objects Social categorization Sorting people into groups
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