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How have gender stereotypes changed in the last 30 years?

Article title: The Times They Are A-Changing…Or Are They Not? A Comparison of Gender Stereotypes, 1983 to 2014 From Psychology of Women Quarterly This study finds that gender stereotypes are as strong today as they were 30 years ago, and … Continue reading

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From sex objects to human beings

People perceive sexy women as objects, not as human beings From Psychology of Women Quarterly People think about images of people and images of objects differently: images of people are perceived as whole images with body parts that fit together … Continue reading

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Denial of racism reflects ignorance of history

The Marley Hypothesis – Denial of racism reflects ignorance of history From Psychological Science This study used a signal detection paradigm to explore the Marley hypothesis—that group differences in perception of racism reflect dominant-group denial of and ignorance about the extent … Continue reading

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