Automatic Stereotyping

@article{Banaji1996AutomaticS,
  title={Automatic Stereotyping},
  author={M. Banaji and C. Hardin},
  journal={Psychological Science},
  year={1996},
  volume={7},
  pages={136 - 141}
}
Two experiments tested a form of automatic stereo-typing Subjects saw primes related to gender (e g, mother, father, nurse, doctor) or neutral with respect to gender (e g, parent, student, person) followed by target pronouns (stimulus onset asynchronv = 300 ms) that were gender related (e g, she, he) or neutral (it, me) or followed by nonpronouns (do, all, Experiment 2 only) In Experiment 1, subjects judged whether each pronoun was male or female Automatic gender beliefs (stereotypes) were… Expand

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