著者
小林 智之 及川 昌典
出版者
公益社団法人 日本心理学会
雑誌
心理学研究 (ISSN:00215236)
巻号頁・発行日
pp.88.16337, (Released:2018-01-15)
参考文献数
24

It has been widely documented that egalitarianism motivates people to avoid stereotype use, which in turn facilitates intergroup interactions. However, in addition to perceptions of how the outgroup is perceived by the ingroup (stereotypes), perceptions of how the ingroup is perceived by the outgroup (meta-stereotypes) may also play an important role in intergroup interactions. We hypothesized that when negative meta-stereotypes are perceived, egalitarianism may increase vigilance toward stereotype use by the outgroup, thus exacerbating feelings of anxiety in intergroup interactions. Japanese participants were asked to report how they felt during an intergroup interaction with a Korean confederate, after being exposed to an article documenting positive or negative views Koreans might have of Japanese. The results were consistent with the notion that when negative meta-stereotypes are perceived, participants with high (versus low) egalitarianism experienced more anxiety in the intergroup interaction.

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「ネガティブなメタステレオタイプが知覚される場合,平等主義的な信念は,外集団成員との 相互作用に伴う不安を増幅させることを示唆」→小林 智之, 及川 昌典「メタステレオタイプと平等主義的な信念が集団間相互作用に及ぼす影響」https://t.co/9CThxEGRBb
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