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Race, gender and intelligence : a comparative study of Black, White and Indian students' lay theories of intelligence.
This study investigated Black, White, and Indian South African university students' lay theories of intelligence. 260 students participated in this study, with an age range of 18 - 39 years. The study, which is based on ...
The development of a measure of racism for the post apartheid South African context.
Traditionally, the racial views of whites towards blacks have been studied in the context of old-fashioned styles of racism. This meant that, methodologically, attitude items were often direct and crude in content, reflecting ...
The effect of aversive racism on mock legal decision making.
The present study experimentally examined the effect(s) of aversive racism on mock legal decisions made by university students. The experiment adopted a 3 (Evidence quality: low, ambiguous or high) x 2 (race stereotype ...
The Princeton trilogy revisited in South Africa : describing and examining changes in the content ofracial stereotypes in post-apartheid South Africa.
This study investigated changes in the content and favourability of South African racial stereotypes over the past fifty years, with van den Berghe’s (1962) study providing baseline data. The scope of the current ...