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Perspective and Prejudice: Antecedents and Mediating Mechanisms
- J. Dovidio, Marleen ten Vergert, +5 authors A. R. Pearson
- Psychology, Medicine
- Personality & social psychology bulletin
- 1 December 2004
The present work investigated mechanisms by which Whites’ prejudice toward Blacks can be reduced (Study 1) and explored how creating a common ingroup identity can reduce prejudice by promoting these… Expand
The Nature of Contemporary Prejudice: Insights from Aversive Racism
Within the United States, declines in the overt expression of racial prejudice over several decades have given way to near universal endorsement of the principles of racial equality as a core… Expand
EMPATHY AND INTERGROUP RELATIONS
Empathy has received increasing empirical attention in the study of intergroup relations. Much of this research has focused on the potential of interventions that generate empathy for improving… Expand
Included but Invisible? Subtle Bias, Common Identity, and the Darker Side of “We”
This article discusses how seemingly well-intended policies and interventions to reduce intergroup bias by emphasizing colorblindness through overarching commonalities between groups may, either… Expand
The Fragility of Intergroup Relations
- A. R. Pearson, Tessa V. West, J. Dovidio, S. R. Powers, R. Buck, Robert A. Henning
- Psychology, Medicine
- Psychological science
- 1 December 2008
Intergroup interactions between racial or ethnic majority and minority groups are often stressful for members of both groups; however, the dynamic processes that promote or alleviate tension in… Expand
On the Nature of Prejudice: The Psychological Foundations of Hate.
Superordinate identity and intergroup roommate friendship development
A common ingroup identity promotes positive attitudes and behavior toward members of outgroups, but the durability of these effects and generalizability to relationships outside of the laboratory… Expand
Social Psychology and Neuroscience: Strange Bedfellows or a Healthy Marriage?
In this paper, we assess what neuroscience theory and method have contributed to the study of group processes and intergroup relations and what we see as potential future contributions to the… Expand
Majority and minority perspectives in intergroup relations: The role of contact, group representations, threat, and trust in intergroup conflict and reconciliation.
Brief exposure to Pope Francis heightens moral beliefs about climate change
- J. Schuldt, A. R. Pearson, Rainer Romero-Canyas, Dylan Larson-Konar
- Political Science
- Climatic Change
- 1 March 2017
In his recent encyclical letter Laudato Si’: On Care for Our Common Home, Pope Francis issued a moral appeal to the global community for swift action on climate change. However, social science… Expand