If Your Group Is (not) Great: Positive vs. Negative Trait Priming Motivates Majorities and Minorities to Adapt Essentialist Attributions
作者: Ruta ZeromskyteWolfgang WagnerAna Figueiredo
刊名: Journal of Social and Political Psychology, 2019, Vol.7 (1), pp.478-506
来源数据库: Leibniz Institute for Psychology Information
DOI: 10.5964/jspp.v7i1.1018
关键词: Psychological essentialismGroup trait primingMinorityMajority“reversed” minorityAustriansTurksLithuaniansPoles
原始语种摘要: In the present study we investigate the mutability of essentialist ingroup and outgroup attributions in relation to positive and negative ingroup trait priming for ethnic minority and majority members in two countries (Study 1 in Austria: with Austrians and Austrian Turks; Study 2 in Lithuania: with Lithuanians and Lithuanian Poles). Both studies demonstrate that essentialist ingroup-attributions were lower when both minority and majority members were encountering negative (as compared to neutral/positive) ingroup traits. Only minority members raised the level of essentialist ingroup-attributions with positive ingroup trait priming. Additionally, Study 2 compared essentialist attributions in two regions (typical and numerically reversed minority-majority groups). The typical majority...
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  • not 
  • trait 性状
  • attributed 属性
  • mutability 可突变性
  • reversed 倒转的
  • investigate 
  • majority 多数
  • minority 少数
  • relation 关系
  • typical 典型的