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Psych 495 Ch 10 Lsts

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- the degree to which people can control responses or behavior being measured - the degree to which people's general attitudes toward a social group correspond to behavior toward specific group members 2 types of attitude-behavior correspondence
- lack of opportunity - fear of negative consequences - nonviolent, religious or moral beliefs - knowing a homosexual 4 inhibiting factors in harassing gays
- thrill seeking - territorial defense - retaliation - mission - peer group dynamics - normalization 6 motivations for hate crimes
- control over behavior - cognitive demands - disinhibitors - moral credentials 4 factors that can produce regressive prejudice
- other people's behavior - perceived cost/reward - the desire to avoid social punishments - the desire to receive rewards for norm compliance - strong emotions - alcohol consumptions - implied approval of authority 7 factors that motivate norm compliance
- social - personal 2 levels at which stereotypes exist
- stereotype fit - intergroup respect - shifting standards - contemporary prejudice - conformity to perceived organizational norms 5 individual level psychological processes that influence discriminatory outcomes in organizations
- type of prejudice involved - person who did the confronting 2 factors governing people's response to having prejudiced behavior pointed out
- sticky floor effect - tracking - access to higher level white male mentors 3 organizational factors related to black managers relatively slower promotion rates
- interpersonal - organizational 2 forms of discrimination most often studied by psychologists
- blatant - subtle - overt 3 forms discrimination can take
- tokenism - containment - sabotage 3 examples of covert discrimination
- hostile humor - patronizing speech - vanishing - abnormalization 4 common examples of subtle prejudice in everyday speech
- baby talk - controlling talk 2 forms of patronizing speech
- personal stereotypes - attitude-behavior correspondence - perceived social support for attitude factors that influence the strength of the relationship between prejudice and discrimination
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