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  • participants
  • We first asked a group of participants to list common stereotypes (e.g., politicians are liars). (blogspot.de)
  • Then, we measured the extent to which a separate group of participants endorsed these stereotypes in generic form (e.g., agreement with generic statements such as "politicians are liars") and statistical form (e.g., answers to prevalence estimation questions such as "what percentage of politicians are liars? (blogspot.de)
  • We used participants' responses to predict a social judgment: the perceived likelihood that an unfamiliar group member behaves stereotypically. (blogspot.de)
  • The researchers noted that participants felt the presence of media stereotypes in the advertising and marketing material that floods online spaces, which limited the way they could present themselves online. (healthcanal.com)
  • engagement
  • 2. Explain how expressive modalities stimulate the social engagement system, and how that supports the development of enhanced regulation capacity in clients. (cvent.com)
  • current
  • Within the current conservation literature, description of the development of anthropomorphisms and the range of species that can be anthropomorphized overlooks established and emerging evidence from anthropological and other social science studies of human-animal relationships. (springer.com)
  • negative
  • Girls who presented a carefully crafted type that one participant described as "pretty and a little bit sexy, I guess," received positive feedback (e.g., a high number of "likes" and positive comments), but girls who missed the mark, by "trying too hard," not conforming to the stereotype or being too provocative, were subjected to negative judgment. (healthcanal.com)
  • In both models, spontaneous disclosure and communication quality had a significant positive direct association with willingness to interact and a negative association with stereotypes, respectively. (ku.edu)
  • group
  • Experiment 5 explored essentialist beliefs about group-based social status using two thought experiment paradigms. (lse.ac.uk)
  • No evidence was found for essentialist beliefs about group-based social status. (lse.ac.uk)
  • A final follow-up experiment found evidence for essentialist beliefs about group-based social status using the soul exchange paradigm. (lse.ac.uk)
  • With the help of a software to analyze comments and sentiments posted on the social media, a group of researchers have found that more than half of the tweets by private Twitter account users contained stigma. (universityherald.com)
  • differences
  • The final three experiments explored whether humans hold essentialist beliefs about social status as this mode of category representation may facilitate the purported ability of stereotypes to naturalise status differences between groups. (lse.ac.uk)
  • students
  • Following the success of the Army Alpha, there was general optimism about the role ability assessment could play in "social engineering," such as providing opportunities for higher education to students based on merit rather than on birthright. (encyclopedia.com)
  • We employed case vignettes and experimentally varied students' ethnic and social backgrounds by means of assigning specific first names. (springer.com)
  • media
  • As part of the eGirls Project , a research partnership investigating the relationship between gender, privacy and equality in online social networking, team members conducted a series of interviews and focus groups with young women between the ages of 15 and 22 who use interactive online social media sites as a regular part of their social lives. (healthcanal.com)
  • He also added how social media can be a very powerful tool because it has the ability to reach millions in an instant. (universityherald.com)
  • Because of the stigma that social media creates, patients will be less likely to admit their condition or seek treatment. (universityherald.com)
  • The MRI images revealed that social problems deactivated the brain regions associated with analysis and activated the social network, which held true regardless of the media the question was presented in. (redorbit.com)
  • History
  • But atheists compose another stereotype, one with its own ignominious history in the Western world, and yet, one about which very little is known. (brill.com)
  • evidence
  • Because generic beliefs about groups don't map consistently onto objective, quantifiable facts about those groups, our evidence is incompatible with recent claims that stereotypes are accurate (for an extended argument against stereotype accuracy, see here ). (blogspot.de)
  • Experiment 2 provided evidence for a default status stereotyping mode. (lse.ac.uk)
  • family
  • Nunez was inspired to become a social worker after he had to watch a family member suffer from HIV at a young age, and now with his work with both Brightpoint and the YGBLI, he's doing his part to ensure others in his community have access and awareness to fight this epidemic. (rollingout.com)
  • shape
  • However, because salience is not merely a matter of what is easiest to perceive with our eyes, social influences may also shape what is salient. (psychologytoday.com)
  • continues
  • The scientific measurement of abilities has been viewed as either enabling or stifling social progress, and such controversy continues in the twenty-first century. (encyclopedia.com)
  • images
  • Supporters of the ban assert that even if the schools that use them harbor no ill-intent, the images themselves are caricatures that perpetuate stereotypes. (psychologytoday.com)