Expecting to be the target of prejudice: implications for interethnic interactions.

@article{Shelton2005ExpectingTB,
  title={Expecting to be the target of prejudice: implications for interethnic interactions.},
  author={J. Nicole Shelton and Jennifer A. Richeson and Jessica Salvatore},
  journal={Personality & social psychology bulletin},
  year={2005},
  volume={31 9},
  pages={1189-202}
}
Two studies investigated the implications of ethnic minorities' prejudice expectations for their affective and behavioral outcomes during interethnic interactions. In both studies, the more ethnic minorities expected Whites to be prejudiced, the more negative experiences they had during interethnic interactions. This finding held true for chronic prejudice expectations in a diary study of college roommates (Study 1) and for situationally induced prejudice expectations in a laboratory… CONTINUE READING

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