Perry, Ryan; Priest, Naomi; Paradies, Yin; Barlow, Fiona; Sibley, Chris
Bias in favor of the in-group is a key determinant of discrimination and is thought to be largely independent of, and qualitatively
distinct from, out-group hostility. One key difference, according to realistic conflict theory, is that in-group preferences become
more closely associated with discrimination when intergroup threat is salient. The current study presents a direct comparison of
the level of association of in-group favoritism and out-group hostility with opposition to...[Show more]
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