Nonverbal Communication, Race, and Intergroup Interaction ♦ ♦ Social Identity and Nonverbal Behavior in Intergroup Interaction ♦ ♦ Interaction in an Intergroup Context: a Model of Mixed Social Interaction

@inproceedings{Dovidio2006NonverbalCR,
  title={Nonverbal Communication, Race, and Intergroup Interaction ♦ ♦ Social Identity and Nonverbal Behavior in Intergroup Interaction ♦ ♦ Interaction in an Intergroup Context: a Model of Mixed Social Interaction},
  author={John F. Dovidio and Michelle Mikki R Hebl and Jennifer A. Richeson and J. Nicole Shelton},
  year={2006}
}
P erceiving others and oneself in terms of group identity influences the way people interact with others. When group memberships are salient, interactions are often guided by social roles (Eagly & Wood, 1999). To the extent that people rely on category-based, rather than individual-based, processing in their interaction, their perceptions will be influenced by group stereotypes and attitudes that can be activated automatically and without full awareness. When people think of themselves as… CONTINUE READING

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