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Not one of us: Predictors and consequences of denying ingroup characteristics to ambiguous targets

From Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin This article tackles a topic of theoretical importance (the inclusion vs. exclusion of ambiguous targets) both in lab settings and in real-world contexts (The Boston Marathon Bombings and the Woolwich attacks in London, U.K.). … Continue reading

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