Implicit and Explicit Consequences of Exposure to Violent and Misogynous Rap Music

@article{Rudman2002ImplicitAE,
  title={Implicit and Explicit Consequences of Exposure to Violent and Misogynous Rap Music},
  author={L. Rudman and M. Lee},
  journal={Group Processes & Intergroup Relations},
  year={2002},
  volume={5},
  pages={133 - 150}
}
  • L. Rudman, M. Lee
  • Published 2002
  • Psychology
  • Group Processes & Intergroup Relations
In two experiments, primed subjects were exposed to violent and misogynistic rap music and control subjects were exposed to popular music. Experiment 1 showed that violent and misogynistic rap music increased the automatic associations underlying evaluative racial stereotypes in high and low prejudiced subjects alike. By contrast, explicit stereotyping was dependent on priming and subjects’ prejudice level. In Experiment 2, the priming manipulation was followed by a seemingly unrelated person… Expand
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