Martin Ruck

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Intergroup contact and evaluations about race-based exclusion were assessed for majority and minority students in grades 4, 7 and 10 ðN ¼ 685Þ: Scenarios depicting cross-race relations in contexts of dyadic friendship, parental discomfort and peer group disapproval were described to participants. Participants reporting higher levels of intergroup contact(More)
Intergroup contact and evaluations of interracial exclusion in offline and online settings among adolescents and young adults" (2015). CUNY Academic Works. There is considerable research with adult samples documenting the benefits of intergroup contact, such as improved intergroup attitudes and prejudice reduction. However, developmental psychologists have(More)
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2005), and recently developmental psychologists have investigated children's and adolescents' evaluations of inclusion and exclusion An intergroup approach to examining exclusion in childhood differs from the large body of research on peer rejection in the developmental psychology literature. The latter has focused predominantly on personality traits that(More)
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