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 investigated ... read more
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