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    So bored :facepalm2:
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    (Original post by Amandeep_Psych07)
    Well done. :five:

    Research proposal. :afraid: I'm writing mine at the moment. /lies
    Mine is

    Research suggests that people who identify strongly with an in-group are more likely to express intergroup bias than low identifiers. This is particularly problematic when applying methods of prejudice-reduction (e.g., CIIM, imagined contact). Design a research proposal that will explore potential differences between high and low identifiers responses to a prejudice-reduction technique.


    I cannot find any research suggesting that people who identify strongly with their in-group may respond less positively to methods of prejudice-reduction.

    I don't know what to do, it's in for tomorrow. :cry:
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    (Original post by JayAyy)
    So bored :facepalm2:
    tell me about it :facepalm2:
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    I'm so bored, that I am going to do some revision in an hour :facepalm2:
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      Can do my presentation research if anyone's that bored :p: I have too much to do today

      Wish I could help Ali :sad: good luck :hugs:
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      Lol I'm not sure Forensic Chemistry has much relevance to Psychology :wink2:
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        Not at all :p:
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        (Original post by aliluvschoc)
        Mine is

        Research suggests that people who identify strongly with an in-group are more likely to express intergroup bias than low identifiers. This is particularly problematic when applying methods of prejudice-reduction (e.g., CIIM, imagined contact). Design a research proposal that will explore potential differences between high and low identifiers responses to a prejudice-reduction technique.


        I cannot find any research suggesting that people who identify strongly with their in-group may respond less positively to methods of prejudice-reduction.

        I don't know what to do, it's in for tomorrow. :cry:

        Eeee. :sly:

        Try this book.
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        Forensic Chemistry definitely links with Economics :smug:
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          Oh yes :rolleyes:

          This presentation is nothing to do with forensics or chemistry though ....
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          (Original post by Amandeep_Psych07)
          Eeee. :sly:

          Try this book.
          Lol tried before, nothing.

          This is just pathetic.
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          (Original post by Loz17)
          Oh yes :rolleyes:

          This presentation is nothing to do with forensics or chemistry though ....
          What's it about? :holmes:
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          :ahee: Herro. :ahee:
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          (Original post by jaydoh)
          :ahee: Herro. :ahee:
          hey :awesome:
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          (Original post by aliluvschoc)
          Lol tried before, nothing.

          This is just pathetic.
          PsychINFO. :dontknow:
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          (Original post by Amandeep_Psych07)
          PsychINFO. :dontknow:
          I know how to research it's just I've not found anything. I've decided that I'm just going to use that bit as the gap in the research and **** it all.

          Now I need to find a method to measure prejudice.
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          (Original post by + polarity -)
          I don't understand...

          but cya CP
          Never mind. ":p:" :ahee:

          Hi.
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          Fo' shizzle.
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          I just asked my dad for help as a last resort, and he's asked his work partner to look at it. Who just happens to be a psychologist. I just wish I'd asked him sooner. >.<
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          ffs Ali :facepalm2:
         
         
         
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