PSYC12H3 Lecture Notes - Social Desirability Bias, Grater, Industrial Revolution

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Chapter 6: experiencing prejudice: prejudice originated and was maintained within the majority perceiver of the minority target. It is a two way street, involving feedback from the target and often confirms the expectations of the perceiver, with the perceiver"s behaviour often then confirming the expectations of the target. they are much more likely to seek collective strategies against group threat. In it for the long run, super loyal: low identifiers, are much more likely to dissociate themselves from the group, especially when the group has a negative image. no special affinity toward, or derive no self esteem from, their group. quite prepared to let the group fall apart, when the group is threatened or has a negative image. low identifiers are thus much more individualistic and opportunistic in that they will only identify themselves with the group when it would positively affect their social identity.

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