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Unformatted text preview: ;blue" and "yellow" groups assigned on the basis of a biological aIribute, (2)  func-onal use of "blue" and "yellow" groups assigned on the basis of a random drawing, or (3)  no explicit groups (despite the presence of blue and yellow groups). Azer 4 weeks, consistent biases favoring their own group. Children with higher levels of self- esteem showed higher levels of intergroup stereotyping Bigler et al. 1997 Results Random and biological groups rated in- group as more friendly, good, nice, preJy, and smart Made more extreme ra-ngs of ingroup 70% predicted the in- group would win a contest Gave more posi-ve evalua-ons of individual children in their in- group Another study Dress child in shirt, then show them this: Resource Alloca0on Behavioral AJribu0on Who pulled a classmate’s hair? Behavioral A...
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