When prejudice does not pay: effects of interracial contact on executive function.

@article{Richeson2003WhenPD,
  title={When prejudice does not pay: effects of interracial contact on executive function.},
  author={Jennifer A. Richeson and J. Nicole Shelton},
  journal={Psychological science},
  year={2003},
  volume={14 3},
  pages={287-90}
}
This study examined the influence of interracial interaction on the cognitive functioning of members of a dominant racial group. White participants had a brief interaction with either a White or a Black confederate, and then completed an ostensibly unrelated Stroop color-naming test. Prior to the interaction, participants' racial attitudes regarding Whites and Blacks were measured via the Implicit Association Test. Racial attitudes were predictive of impairment on the Stroop test for… CONTINUE READING
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