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The Psychology of Prejudice

The Ontario Symposium, Volume 7

Edited by Mark P. Zanna, James M. Olson

Psychology Press – 1993 – 360 pages

Series: Ontario Symposia on Personality and Social Psychology Series

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Description

This volume consists of expanded and updated versions of papers presented at the Seventh Ontario Symposium on Personality and Social Psychology. The series is designed to bring together scholars from across North America who work in the same substantive area, with the goals of identifying common concerns and integrating research findings.

The topic of this symposium was the psychology of prejudice and the presentations covered a wide variety of issues. The papers present state-of-the-art research programs addressing prejudice from the point of view of both the bigoted person as well as the victim of bigotry. The chapter authors confront this issue from two major -- and previously separate -- research traditions: the psychology of attitude and intergroup conflict. The chapters are organized in the following sequence of topics: the determinants and consequences of stereotypes, individual differences in prejudicial attitudes, intergroup relations, the responses of victims to prejudice and discrimination, and an integrative summary/commentary. Illustrating both the diversity and vitality of research on the psychology of prejudice, the editors hope that this volume will stimulate further research and theorizing in this area.

Contents

Contents: Preface. R.C. Gardner, Stereotypes as Consensual Beliefs. M. Snyder, P. Miene, On the Functions of Stereotypes and Prejudice. M.R. Banaji, A.G. Greenwald, Implicit Stereotyping and Prejudice. V.M. Esses, G. Haddock, M.P. Zanna, The Role of Mood in the Expression of Intergroup Stereotypes. S.L. Neuberg, Expectancy-Confirmation Processes in Stereotype-Tinged Social Encounters: The Moderating Role of Social Goals. B. Altemeyer, Reducing Prejudice in Right-Wing Authoritarians. C.D. Batson, C.T. Burris, Personal Religion: Depressant or Stimulant of Prejudice and Discrimination? R.Y. Bourhis, Power, Gender, and Intergroup Discrimination: Some Minimal Group Experiments. R.Y. Bourhis, I. Sachdev, A. Gagnon, Intergroup Research with the Tajfel Matrices: Methodological Notes. D.M. Taylor, S.C. Wright, L.E. Porter, Dimensions of Perceived Discrimination: The Personal/Group Discrimination Discrepancy. R.N. Lalonde, J.E. Cameron, Behavioral Responses to Discrimination: A Focus on Action. J. Crocker, B. Major, Reactions to Stigma: The Moderating Role of Justifications. M.B. Brewer, The Social Psychology of Prejudice: Getting it All Together.

Name: The Psychology of Prejudice: The Ontario Symposium, Volume 7 (Paperback)Psychology Press 
Description: Edited by Mark P. Zanna, James M. Olson. This volume consists of expanded and updated versions of papers presented at the Seventh Ontario Symposium on Personality and Social Psychology. The series is designed to bring together scholars from across North America who work in the same substantive...
Categories: Social Psychology, Personality, Psychiatry & Clinical Psychology - Adult