Fundamental dimensions of social judgment: understanding the relations between judgments of competence and warmth.

@article{Judd2005FundamentalDO,
  title={Fundamental dimensions of social judgment: understanding the relations between judgments of competence and warmth.},
  author={Charles M Judd and Laurie James-Hawkins and Vincent Y. Yzerbyt and Yoshihisa Kashima},
  journal={Journal of personality and social psychology},
  year={2005},
  volume={89 6},
  pages={
          899-913
        }
}
In seems there are two dimensions that underlie most judgments of traits, people, groups, and cultures. Although the definitions vary, the first makes reference to attributes such as competence, agency, and individualism, and the second to warmth, communality, and collectivism. But the relationship between the two dimensions seems unclear. In trait and person judgment, they are often positively related; in group and cultural stereotypes, they are often negatively related. The authors report 4… 

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