Race Bias Tracks Conception Risk Across the Menstrual Cycle

@article{Navarrete2009RaceBT,
  title={Race Bias Tracks Conception Risk Across the Menstrual Cycle},
  author={C. Navarrete and D. Fessler and D. S. Fleischman and J. Geyer},
  journal={Psychological Science},
  year={2009},
  volume={20},
  pages={661 - 665}
}
Although a considerable body of research explores alterations in women's mating-relevant preferences across the menstrual cycle, investigators have yet to examine the potential for the menstrual cycle to influence intergroup attitudes. We examined the effects of changes in conception risk across the menstrual cycle on intergroup bias and found that increased conception risk was positively associated with several measures of race bias. This association was particularly strong when perceived… Expand
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