Longitudinal intergroup contact effects on prejudice using self- and observer-reports.

  title={Longitudinal intergroup contact effects on prejudice using self- and observer-reports.},
  author={Kristof Dhont and Alain Van Hiel and Marleen De Bolle and Arne Roets},
  journal={The British journal of social psychology},
  volume={51 2},
Longitudinal effects of intergroup contact on prejudice were investigated in a sample of 65 young adults (Sample 1) and a sample of their close friends (Sample 2, N= 172), adopting a full cross-lagged panel design. We first validated the self-report measure of intergroup contact from Sample 1 with observer ratings from Sample 2 by demonstrating that self-reports and observer ratings of contact were highly correlated. Moreover, we obtained significant cross-lagged effects of intergroup contact… CONTINUE READING
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