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PSYC 363 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Ingroups And Outgroups, Stereotype, White People


Department
Psychology
Course Code
PSYC 363
Professor
Scott Neufeld
Study Guide
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Week 1 reading: stereotype, prejudice, discrimination
Stereotype: beliefs/ shared characteristics shared by members of one group
- Normal, adaptive: social-identity, self-categorization theories
- Not always negative
Prejudice: evaluation of group + feelings associated with that judgement
Depersonalized view of others = see as a category
Intergroup
- Spread: communication, expectation, education, interaction…
- Group-based phenomena intergroup relations
- Socially shared representation of groups, affected by intergroup relationship and how that
affect structuring relationship
- Ethics, roles (gender)
- Group-based emotions
Intergroup relations & cross-group agreement
- Self-stereotype matches others’
- Degree of agreeableness conflicts, even agree, need to be more positive
The self-fulfilling prophecy
Stereotype threat: scared to be treated that way/ confirm perform poorly
- Only on relevant things not all the time
Institutional discrimination: society
Complexity: symbolic & modern, ambivalent, subtle
- Old-fashioned: hostile + negative
- Subtle, conflicting
Aversive racism: hate prejudice, racism but have negative attitudes to black Americans,
display discrimination actions given chances
Ambivalent sexism
Mindful disadvantaged minorities vs mindless advantaged majority
- Advantaged group less likely to be aware of intergroup relationship
- Less monitor their behaviors
- Disadvantaged: more aware
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