Multiple categorization : choices and constraints in the perception of individuals and groups
Categorization is widely accepted in social psychology as integral to group-based perception. However, it is less commonly endorsed as a process that applies to individual or person-based perception. This thesis challenges the traditional social cognition view that categorization predominantly applies to group-based perception and shows that fundamental categorization processes are equally relevant to person-based perception. To demonstrate the ubiquitous nature of the categorization...[Show more]
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