Implicit race attitudes predict trustworthiness judgments and economic trust decisions.

  title={Implicit race attitudes predict trustworthiness judgments and economic trust decisions.},
  author={Damian A. Stanley and Peter Sokol-Hessner and Mahzarin R. Banaji and Elizabeth A. Phelps},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  volume={108 19},
Trust lies at the heart of every social interaction. Each day we face decisions in which we must accurately assess another individual's trustworthiness or risk suffering very real consequences. In a global marketplace of increasing heterogeneity with respect to nationality, race, and multiple other social categories, it is of great value to understand how implicitly held attitudes about group membership may support or undermine social trust and thereby implicitly shape the decisions we make… CONTINUE READING
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