The Neuroscience of Stigma and Stereotype Threat

@inproceedings{Derks2008TheNO,
  title={The Neuroscience of Stigma and Stereotype Threat},
  author={Belle Derks and Michael Inzlicht and Sonia K. Kang},
  year={2008}
}
This article reviews social neuroscience research on the experience of stigma from the target’s perspective. More specifi cally, we discuss several research programs that employ electroencephalography, event-related potentials, or functional magnetic resonance imaging methods to examine neural correlates of stereotype and social identity threat. We present neuroimaging studies that show brain activation related to the experience of being stereotyped and ERP studies that shed light on the… CONTINUE READING

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