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Stigmatized Racial Groups Do Unto Others as Others Have Done Unto you ? Perceiving Sexism Influences Women ' s Evaluations of

  title={Stigmatized Racial Groups Do Unto Others as Others Have Done Unto you ? Perceiving Sexism Influences Women ' s Evaluations of},
  author={Maureen A Craig and Tracy Dehart and Jennifer A. Richeson and Luke Fiedorowicz},
The present research examines how making discrimination salient influences stigmatized group members’ evaluations of other stigmatized groups. Specifically, three studies examine how salient sexism affects women’s attitudes toward racial minorities. White women primed with sexism expressed more pro-White (relative to Black and Latino) self-report (Studies 1 and 3) and automatic (Study 2) intergroup bias, compared with White women who were not primed with sexism. Furthermore, group affirmation… Expand

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