Symposia: 221/187 - Perceiving and evaluating others: From stereotyping and bias to attitudinal change

Saturday 8 July
11.10 - 12.50 h.
Andalucía III
This symposium will discuss innovative approaches to the study of stereotyping and prejudice toward individuals varying in gender, race and socioeconomic status. Intergroup contact will be discussed as one possible means of counteracting apparent increases in prejudice in contemporary society.

 

Chair
Jasmin Cloutier
Assistant Professor. Department of Psychology. University of Chicago. USA.

 

221/18701 Stereotypes as energy-saving devices: The cognitive toolbox revisited

(1) Macrae, Neil

(1) Professo, School of psychology, University of Aberdeen, Scotland

221/18702 The Impact of Interracial Contact on Face Perception and Social Cognition

(1) Cloutier, Jasmin; (2) Li, Tianyi

(1) Assistant professor, Department of psychology, University of Chicago, USA; (2) Graduate student, Department of psychology, University of Chicago, USA

221/18703 Examining implicit evaluative associations for race and status from a social cognitive perspective

(1) Mattan, Bradley; (2) Li, Tianyi; (3) Kubota, Jennifer; (4) Cloutier, Jasmin

(1) Post-doctoral researcher, Department of psychology, University of Chicago, USA; (2) Graduate student, Department of psychology, University of Chicago, USA; (3) Assistant professor, Department of psychology, University of Chicago, USA; (4) Assistant professor, Department of psychology, University of Chicago, USA

221/18704 Planned school mergers as a means to promote intergroup contact and reduce prejudice

(1) Hewstone, Miles; (2) van Zalk, Maarten; (3) Schmid, Katharina; (4) Al Ramiah, Ananthi; (5) Floe, Christina

(1) Professor, Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford, UK; (2) Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford, UK; (3) ESADE Business School, Ramon Llull University, Spain; (4) Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford, UK; (5) Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford, UK