PSYC12H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Social Dominance Orientation, In-Group Favoritism, Implicit Stereotype

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Method: videogame: make shoot/don"t shoot decisions, target is black vs white, target is holding gun vs. non-gun. Adorno: submissive to authority, strict adherence to social norms, rigid thinkers, freudian approach: strict disciplinarian parents, project deviant impulses to out- group. Altemeyer: submissive to authority, aggression towards outgroups, conventional thinking, equal opportunity bigot hates all outgroups, politically conservative, equal opportunity bigots. Preference for inequality among social groups: reward those who, theoretically, work harder". Higher status groups tend to be high in sdo. Who is high and low in sdo: occupational status (police vs. public defender, group status (men vs. women) If you have a positive association with word, you will be closer to decide that it"s good. Low sdo for us, show some ingroup favouritism. With them, they"re about even but are slightly faster with bad. With them, about even: neither show outgroup derogation. High sdo, showing outgroup derogation: motivated cognition: they"ve been motivated by the threat to act out against it.

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