a response conFlict account oF the eFFects oF stereotypes on racial categoriZation

@inproceedings{Bartholow2008aRC,
  title={a response conFlict account oF the eFFects oF stereotypes on racial categoriZation},
  author={Bruce D. Bartholow},
  year={2008}
}
research indicates that racial categorization is slowed by the presence of category-inconsistent information. The current experiments tested response conflict, or the tendency for opposing response tendencies to compete for activation, as a mechanism for this effect. In two experiments, participants more quickly categorized faces flanked by racial stereotypecongruent words than faces flanked by stereotype-incongruent words, particularly when stereotype-congruent words were more probable… CONTINUE READING

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