Effects of Multiple Social Identities: Race and Gender in an Interracial Context

Hall, Michael P.


  • Interracial interactions can be tense: When concerned about confirming the stereotype that they are prejudiced, Whites display more anxious and unfriendly behavior. However, stereotypes of women contrast those of Whites: Women are seen as warmer and socially skillful. The present study addressed the question: Can priming a woman's gender or racial identity lead to different expectations about an ... read more
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