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Stereotypes, prejudice, and discrimination: prejudice is an attitude, discrimination is a behaviour, stereotype an individual"s beliefs that members of a group share particular attributes. Prejudice and discrimination: old-fashioned, blatant racial discrimination has been replaced by more subtle and ambiguous discrimination, aversive racism people that don"t consider themselves as prejudice and who try to find any accusation of being prejudiced aversive. Stereotypes: cognitive sources of prejudice and discrimination: stereotypes guide attention. it was found that participants were faster to judge correctly that black targets were armed than white targets. it was found that participants were slower to judge correctly that black targets were unarmed than white targets. errors for killing unarmed blacks is higher than whites www. notesolution. com: real-life prediction is that unarmed black men are more likely to be shot in error by officers than unarmed white men. schizophrenics are hostile because you act nervous and weird around them.

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