Social cognitive predictors of prosocial behavior toward same and alternate race children among white pre-schoolers

@article{Zimmerman2000SocialCP,
  title={Social cognitive predictors of prosocial behavior toward same and alternate race children among white pre-schoolers},
  author={B. Zimmerman and G. Levy},
  journal={Current Psychology},
  year={2000},
  volume={19},
  pages={175-193}
}
Social cognitive predictors of 36 White preschoolers' (18 boys, 18 girls) tendencies to say they would act prosocially toward White and African-American children were examined. White preschoolers completed measures of their tendency to engage in prosocial behaviors directed toward White and African-American children, positive racial beliefs about White and African-American persons, and race schematicity. Consistent with previous research examining prosocial behavior in preschoolers, girls were… 
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