They're all the same!.....but for several different reasons: a review of the multicausal nature of perceived group variability | NOVA. The University of Newcastle's Digital Repository

@inproceedings{Rubin2012TheyreAT,
  title={They're all the same!.....but for several different reasons: a review of the multicausal nature of perceived group variability | NOVA. The University of Newcastle's Digital Repository},
  author={Mark Rubin and Constantina Badea},
  year={2012}
}
Researchers studying people’s perceptions of variability among members of social groups, or perceived group variability, have tended to focus on the ways in which perceivers’ group affiliations lead to in-group and out-group homogeneity effects, including the other-race effect. However, recent advances have highlighted the role of additional influences. In this review, we consider the influence of (a) the perceiver’s group affiliation, (b) the group’s objective variability, (c) the group’s… CONTINUE READING

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