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In what sense are prejudicial beliefs personal? The importance of an in-groups shared stereotypes

Haslam, S A; Wilson, Anastasia


This experiment investigated the role that group membership and shared stereotypes play in the expression of intergroup prejudice. In three independent conditions schoolchildren (N = 96) used a checklist to describe Australian Aborigines with reference to the cultural stereotype and their personal beliefs. In two conditions Aborigines were also described with reference to the beliefs of a relevant in-group (with or without group interaction). In all conditions an independent prejudice measure...[Show more]

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Date published: 2000
Type: Journal article
Source: British Journal of Social Psychology


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