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Samuel L. Gaertner, Mary C. Rust, John F. Dovidio, Betty A. Bachman & Phyllis A. Anastasio

In: What's Social about Social Cognition? Research on Socially Shared Cognition in Small Groups

Chapter 10: The Contact Hypothesis: The Role of a Common Ingroup Identity on Reducing Intergroup Bias among Majority and Minority Group Members

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The Contact Hypothesis: The Role of a Common Ingroup Identity on Reducing Intergroup Bias among Majority and Minority Group Members
The contact hypothesis: The role of a common ingroup identity on reducing intergroup bias among majority and minority group members
Samuel L.Gaertner
Mary C.Rust
John F.Dovidio
Betty A.Bachman
Phyllis A.Anastasio

For the past 40 years, the “contact hypothesis” (Allport, 1954; Amir, 1969; Cook, ...

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