Verbally Highlighting Extrinsic Causes of Novel Social Disparities Helps Children View Low-Status Groups as Structurally Disadvantaged Rather Than Personally Inferior

Peretz-Lange, Rebecca

Muentener, Paul

2021

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  • As part of their “essentialist” intuitions, young children tend to form personal attributions for observed intergroup differences – attributing them to groups’ intrinsic natures or inborn characteristics. Much research has linked this essentialist view of social groups with prejudiced attitudes. However, less research has explored children’s capacity to form structural attributions for observed ... read more
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  • Peretz-Lange, R., & Muentener, P. (2021). Verbally Highlighting Extrinsic Causes of Novel Social Disparities Helps Children View Low-Status Groups as Structurally Disadvantaged Rather Than Personally Inferior. Frontiers in Psychology,12:716662. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2021.716662
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https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2021.716662
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