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Department
Psychology
Course Code
PSYC12H3
Professor
Michael Inzlicht

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Cambodia
oDiscrimination killings
Rwandan genocide (90s)
oIn 100 days 1 million people killed
oTutsi tribe were mostly killed
oHutus were mostly perpetrators of the crime
oits not a case as when an army comes in and kills people
oHutu and Tutsi shared culture etc, but there was still this difference
Late 90s
oRiots broke out in Indonesia such as in Jakarta
oLargely Chinese people killed
oPerpetrated from one group to another group
Houston suburb opposes plan for mosque
oPig race threat by people
oMany residents didnt mind and they were worried about things such as drainage
Barack Obama president of USA
oThings starting to get better
inzlicht.utsc@gmail.com – class email
Exams based on both lectures and texts
Course reader has 5 articles
oCan also be tested on
Multiple choice exams
I clicker question on race-ethnicity of students in class
oAnswer given is biased because based on who buys an i clicker early for the first
class
www.notesolution.com
Context of jokes on stereotype boundaries is important
oEg (Example) a black man making fun of black people might be ok but not a
white man making fun of black people
Stereotype
oCategory
oBehaviours/characteristics
oShort-cut for thinking
oCognitive process based on similarity btw groups
oFrom parents
oFrom culture
oCognitive miser
oGeneralized expectation which may or may not be true
oStereotypes are descriptive (aka pictures in your head of a group of people but
cant say good or bad)
Prejudice
oPrejudice is an evaluation but stereotypes are not
Eg profs are smart so I like them (so prejudice)
oNegative attitudes
oBiased attitude based on stereotypes
oCan be implicit or explicit
True for both stereotypes and prejudice
For prejudice
Can mean that implicitly or explicitly like someone
Eg for implicit can start sweating, nervous
oEg in-group you usually like
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Cambodia o Discrimination killings Rwandan genocide (90s) o In 100 days 1 million people killed o Tutsi tribe were mostly killed o Hutus were mostly perpetrators of the crime o its not a case as when an army comes in and kills people o Hutu and Tutsi shared culture etc, but there was still this difference Late 90s o Riots broke out in Indonesia such as in Jakarta o Largely Chinese people killed o Perpetrated from one group to another group Houston suburb opposes plan for mosque o Pig race threat by people o Many residents didnt mind and they were worried about things such as drainage Barack Obama president of USA o Things starting to get better [email protected] class email Exams based on both lectures and texts Course reader has 5 articles o Can also be tested on Multiple choice exams I clicker question on race-ethnicity of students in class o Answer given is biased because based on who buys an i clicker early for the first class www.notesolution.com
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