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Blows to self-esteem affect perceptions of other groups.
People are more likely to experience feelings of prejudice towards an outgroup following a blow to their self-esteem, say researchers from the University of California, Davis. Lead study author Jeffrey Sherman, PhD, says that the connection between self-esteem and feelings of prejudice is a well-established one, but the latest research reveals specific details behind what drives stereotyping.
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