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Psych 495 Ch 11 Lsts

Lists from the Text Chapter 11

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- taking personal responsibility for situations - not wanting to take action against unfair treatment - seeing situation as harmless compared to other discrimination 3 reasons people might be motivated to deny personal experiences with discrimination
- stems from situational pressures, not belief in stereotype - can affect any group for which negative stereotypes exist - nature of threat varies by specific context of negative stereotype - not just emotional, but cognitive; impacts working memory 4 keys to stereotype threat
- want to deny/minimize personal experience w/discrimination - need to bond and affiliate w/people so do not acknowledge discrimination - social costs of claiming discrimination - want to distance self from negative attributes associated with group 4 motivational explanations for GPDD
- framing, such as tests being non-diagnostic - teaching about stereotype threat - interventions to reduce stress - bolstering - reducing entitativity - role models - feedback styles 7 ways to reduce stereotype threat
- chronic experience of prejudice - major individual experience - normative - non-normative - life events more likely to happen to stigmatized group members 5 types of experience of prejudice and discrimination that can produce stress
- minority and majority might agree on issue - reflects belief in outgroup homogeneity - puts minority group member in spotlight and under scrutiny 3 problems with asking individuals to speak for their groups
- immune system weakened to colds and diseases - elevated bp, headaches, insomnia and stomach problems - higher psychological distress - more unhealthy behavior - drinking, smoking, unbalanced eating - frustration, anger, rage 5 effects of stressors
- course - concealability - aesthetic qualities - origin - peril - 5 dimensions that differentiate between benign and harmful stigmas ***** add more details later******
- group examples come to mind more easily or are processed more easily than individual - using different comparison standards on group vs individual level cognitive explanations of PGDD
- cognitive - motivational 2 main categories of explanations for PGDD
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