Non-conscious forms of system justification: Implicit and behavioral preferences for higher status groups

@article{Jost2002NonconsciousFO,
  title={Non-conscious forms of system justification: Implicit and behavioral preferences for higher status groups},
  author={J. Jost and B. Pelham and Mauricio Carvallo},
  journal={Journal of Experimental Social Psychology},
  year={2002},
  volume={38},
  pages={586-602}
}
According to system justification theory, people internalize and perpetuate systemic forms of inequality, even though it sometimes means harboring preferences for members of higher status outgroups. In Study 1, students from a high status (but not a low status) university exhibited significant ingroup favoritism on the IAT, an automatic evaluative measure. Furthermore, for students at the high status university, implicit ingroup bias was positively correlated with implicit self-esteem. For… Expand
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