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    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.

    It's a research report really, but I'm stuck.

    Is there any information stating that people who identify strongly with their in-group, actually don't spend much time with an out group. I can't find it.

    This is particularly looking at race/ethnicity.
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    Sorry. I don't do social psych anymore. :excited:
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    (Original post by GodspeedGehenna)
    Sorry. I don't do social psych anymore. :excited:
    :upyours:

    Jokes. :sigh:
 
 
 
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