PSYC12H3 Study Guide - Ageism, Stereotype Threat, Antifeminism

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Published on 18 Apr 2013
School
UTSC
Department
Psychology
Course
PSYC12H3
PSYC12 WINTER 2013
I-CLICKER QUESTIONS
LECTURE # 6: EXPERIENCING PREJUDICE
What type of stigma is being aged 73?
Abominations of Body
Blemishes of Character
Tribal Markers
Age is not a Stigma
Crocker et al. Found that:
Blacks make attributions to prejudice when their race is known
Blacks make attributions to personal merit when race is known
After positive feedback, Blacks feel worse about themselves
After negative feedback, Blacks feel better about themselves
After negative feedback, Blacks feel worse about themselves
According to Major & O’Brien, which of he following does not contribute to
threat appraisal:
Personal characteristics
Volitional responses
Situational cues
Collective representations.
What is the take home message of the Kaiser et al. Study?
Women high in SC have a hard time naming colors
It’s fun to have participants in your study say hooter
Women low in SC are preconsciously aware of threat to their social identity
Women high in SC are preconsciously aware of threat to their social identity
Gender identification is related to SC
LECTURE # 7: STEREOTYPE THREAT 1
Why do groups differ in “intellectual performance”?
Not Different
Tests are Unfair
Different socializing environments
Genetics
Don’t want to Answer
What is measured by the world completion task in Steele & Aronson, 1995?
Activation of specific construct
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Blacks make attributions to prejudice when their race is known. Blacks make attributions to personal merit when race is known. After positive feedback, blacks feel worse about themselves. After negative feedback, blacks feel better about themselves. After negative feedback, blacks feel worse about themselves. According to major & o"brien, which of he following does not contribute to threat appraisal: What is the take home message of the kaiser et al. It"s fun to have participants in your study say hooter. Women high in sc have a hard time naming colors. Women low in sc are preconsciously aware of threat to their social identity. Women high in sc are preconsciously aware of threat to their social identity. How fast people are able to complete with race. The authors did not measure explicit attitudes. Results may not generalize to social evaluations. The authors didn"t thank god in their acknowledgments.

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