Spontaneous prejudice in context: variability in automatically activated attitudes.

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The goal of the research reported in this article was to examine whether automatic group attitudes and stereotypes, commonly thought to be fixed responses to a social category cue, are sensitive to changes in the situational context. Two experiments demonstrated such variability of automatic responses due to changes in the stimulus context. In Study 1 White… (More)

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@article{Wittenbrink2001SpontaneousPI, title={Spontaneous prejudice in context: variability in automatically activated attitudes.}, author={Bernd Wittenbrink and Charles M. Judd and Bernadette Park}, journal={Journal of personality and social psychology}, year={2001}, volume={81 5}, pages={815-27} }