Coming apart at the seams: When attire and racial phenotypicality cues elicit counter stereotypic person perceptions.

Hinzman, Lindsay.

Abstract: The degree to which a perceiver activates a social category may depend on the extent to which a target appears to look like a member of their category. One appearance-based moderator of stereotyping behavior is a target's racial phenotypicality. The degree of target-category fit may also depend on the broader context within which the target is encountered (e.g., attire). The current stud... read more

Tufts University. Department of Psychology.
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