How social experience is related to children ’ s intergroup attitudes

@inproceedings{McGlothlin2010HowSE,
  title={How social experience is related to children ’ s intergroup attitudes},
  author={Heidi Elizabeth McGlothlin and Melanie Killen},
  year={2010}
}
Intergroup attitudes were assessed in 7 and 10 years old European American and African American children from ethnically heterogeneous schools and in 7 and 10 years old European American children from ethnically homogeneous schools in order to test hypotheses about racial biases and judgments regarding cross-race peer interactions (N1⁄4 302). Using an Ambiguous Situations Task, the findings revealed that European American children attending homogeneous schools displayed racial bias in their… CONTINUE READING

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