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Explaining Asymmetric Intergroup Judgments through Differential Aggregation: Computer Simulations and Some New Evidence
Outgroups are often judged to be less differentiated, more homogeneous, and more polarized than ingroups. Theoretical accounts of this outgroup homogeneity effect (OHE) emphasize impoverished knowledge of outgroups, ...
Individualism and Authoritarianism Shape Attitudes Toward Physician?Assisted Suicide
We investigated the relation between value orientations and attitudes toward physician-assisted suicide (PAS) in 267 United States college students. We predicted that individualistic values, especially those having to do ...
Parental Sociopathy as a Predictor of Childhood Sexual Abuse
Research on childhood sexual abuse has often examined, in isolation of one another, such highly correlated risk factors as parental substance abuse, domestic violence, and pathological family functioning. Investigating ...