The use of Afrocentric features as cues for judgment in the presence of diagnostic information

@inproceedings{Blair2005TheUO,
  title={The use of Afrocentric features as cues for judgment in the presence of diagnostic information},
  author={Irene V Blair and Kristine M. Chapleau and Charles M. Judd},
  year={2005}
}
Prior research has shown that within racial category, group members with more Afrocentric facial features are presumed to have more stereotypic traits than those with less Afrocentric features. The present experiment investigated whether this form of feature-based stereotyping occurs when more diagnostic information is available. The participants were provided with photographs and information about the aggressive (or non-aggressive) behaviour of 64 African Americans in four different situations… CONTINUE READING

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