Cognitive: Beliefs, information
Affective/evaluative: Feelings, emotions
Behavioral:Intentions to act in specific way
According to the lecture, what is the Fundamental Attribution Error?
negative attitude toward an individual based on the individual's membership in a group
An African-American is denied a job because the owner thinks that African-Americans are lazy and “no good.” Does this example contain prejudice? Does it contain discrimination?
Social (economic) Factors: People are more prejudice when economy is worse.
Conformity: Peer (fear) pressure
An adverse state that arises when an individual is aware of a conflict by which his/her beliefs about something and knowledge that he/she performed a contradictory behavior
What subject did these studies deal with?
- Belief that authority figure will be responsible
-Under the control of consequences
-Doesn't allow someone or his/her words to control/affect you
According to the lecture, what ways DO NOT work to reduce prejudice?
- Provide correct info
- “Boomerang effect”, Social reactants, forcing info
- Providing contact [alone]
According to Sheriff’s studies, reducing prejudice will work by providing contact with what 3 things?
Equal Status contact
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