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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:54042
Doc. No:TL23996
Call number:‭3390768‬
Main Entry:Devin G. Ray
Title & Author:How does self-categorization affect emotion about outgroups?Devin G. Ray
College:University of California, Santa Barbara
Date:2009
Degree:Ph.D.
student score:2009
Page No:119
Abstract:Three studies investigated the effects of self-categorization on outgroup directed emotion. Study 1 demonstrated that self-categorization as an American or as a student changed emotion about police and Muslims. Studies 2 and 3 replicated Study 1 and investigated two mechanisms, appraisals and stereotypes, by which self-categorization might affect outgroup directed emotion. Study 2 manipulated self-categorization and measured appraisals and stereotypes. Study 3 manipulated appraisals and stereotypes as well as self-categorization. Results indicated that self-categorization affected outgroup directed emotion through both appraisals and stereotypes. Experimental manipulation of appraisals and stereotypes suggested that appraisals and stereotypes were causally related so that changes in either construct were sufficient to affect outgroup directed emotion. These results suggest a new self-categorization based approach to understanding prejudice and prejudice reduction and identify two mechanisms by which self-categorization affects prejudice.
Subject:Psychology; Intergroup emotions theory; Intergroup relations; Prejudice; Prejudice reduction; Self-categorization; Emotion; Outgroups; Social psychology; 0451:Social psychology
Added Entry:D. M. Mackie
Added Entry:University of California, Santa Barbara