Intergroup Interactions with Dual Identity Outgroup Individuals

Mohr, Rebecca

Previous studies have found that certain patterns emerge when people participate in intergroup interactions. However, fewer studies have yet explored the effects of interacting with an individual that has a dual identity, that is, someone who has characteristics of two separate and opposite identities. The present study explores intergroup interactions with a dual identity partner in the context o... read more

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