Effects of Race, Education Level, and Skin Tone on Perceived Leadership Ability

Birnkrant, Michael Seth

The present study focused on the relationships between race, level of education, skin tone, and perceived leadership ability. Eighty Tufts University undergraduates were presented with a photo of a White or Black male with either high or low education levels, and light or dark skin tone. The participants then read a racially neutral speech, and then completed a 13-item questionnaire that investiga... read more

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