Final Exam Questions
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Article 1: Gaertner & Insko's "Intergroup Discriminationin the Minimal Group Paradigm: Categorization, Reciprocation, or Fear?
Want to show the effects of mere categorization Is mere categorization sufficient for bias to occur?
What factors (variables) moderate the attitudes of whites toward affirmative action policies? Answer from "Concern for the In-Group and Opposition to Affirmative Action" By Goff, Knowles, Lowery, Unzueta Affirmative action is a commonly studied polic
"Question of Belonging" Being solo makes people observe & perceive more. Terms: belonging uncertainty, attributional ambiguity, stereotype threat (see handout) Out-group doesn't know how to interpret the behaviors of the in-group. Experiment I: Fig 1
How will evaluative concerns affect people's interactions with outgroup members? -It depends on their baseline or typical response to the outgroup. OVERVIEW What paradigm was used? -p.387 STUDY 1 How did they operationalize concern? -Measured PSC. Pu
Perceiving Outgroup Members as Unresponsive: Implications for Approach-Related Emotions, Intentions and Behavior. Butz, D. A., Plant, E. A. Basic Principles Examined: p.1067: top left Response expectancy: how you expect the member of your outgroup to
PYSC 453 - Notes Topic: Priming Ex: setting the table before dinner 2 types of priming: automatic & subliminal 2nd article One can have different senses of attachment in different situations Group provides sense of security People who have a secure a