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Stereotypes and prejudice: Their automatic and controlled components.
- P. Devine
University of Wisconsin--Madis on Three studies tested basic assumptions derived from a theoretical model based on the dissociation ofantomatic and controlled processes involved in prejudice. Study I…
Internal and external motivation to respond without prejudice
Empirical evidence is presented from 7 samples regarding the factor structure; reliability; and convergent, discriminant, and predictive validity of separate measures of internal and external…
On the motivational nature of cognitive dissonance: Dissonance as psychological discomfort.
Most empirical research investigating the motivational properties of cognitive dissonance has focused on the arousal component of dissonance rather than on the psychological component explicitly…
Are Racial Stereotypes Really Fading? The Princeton Trilogy Revisited
In this article, the authors identify three methodological short-comings of the classic Princeton trilogy studies: (a) ambiguity of the instructions given to respondents, (b) no assessment of…
The Antecedents and Implications of Interracial Anxiety
A model of the antecedents and implications of intergroup anxiety is offered and it is argued that a lack of positive previous experiences with outgroup members creates negative expectancies about interracial interactions, which result in inter group anxiety.
Long-term reduction in implicit race bias: A prejudice habit-breaking intervention.
Stereotyping and evaluation in implicit race bias: evidence for independent constructs and unique effects on behavior.
It is proposed that implicit stereotyping reflects cognitive processes andShould predict instrumental behaviors such as judgments and impression formation, whereas implicit evaluation reflects affective processes and should predict consummatory behaviors, such as interpersonal preferences and social distance.
The regulation of explicit and implicit race bias: the role of motivations to respond without prejudice.
- P. Devine, E. Plant, D. Amodio, E. Harmon-Jones, Stephanie L. Vance
- PsychologyJournal of personality and social psychology
High internal, low external participants exhibited lower levels of implicit race bias than did all other participants, and implications for the development of effective self-regulation of race bias are discussed.
Prejudice with and without compunction
Ss reported their standards for how they should respond and how they would respond in contact situations with Black people (Study 1) and homosexual men (Study 2). Interest centered on the affective…
The Gender Stereotyping of Emotions
Three studies documented the gender stereotypes of emotions and the relationship between gender stereotypes and the interpretation of emotionally expressive behavior. Participants believed women…