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Stereotyping and Social Reality

  title={Stereotyping and Social Reality},
  author={Penelope J. Oakes and S. Alexander Haslam and John C. Turner},
Authors. Preface and Acknowledgements. Prologue. 1. Introduction: The Social Psychology of Stereotyping. 2. Early Approaches to Stereotypes and Prejudice. 3. Stereotyping as Information Processing Error: The Cognitive Emphasis. 4. Cognition and the Group: Social Identity and Self-Categorization. 5. Categorization, Selective Perception and Stereotyping: A Critical Re-Examination. 6. The Social Contextual Basis of Stereotypic Accentuation. 7. Outgroup Homogeneity and Illusory Correlation… 
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