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|Abstract:||Stereotypes are often accidents of history, based on passing configurations of groups’ societal interdependence and status. This article overviews our framework for understanding all this: the Stereotype Content Model, focused on two fundamental dimension of intergroup and interpersonal cognition, perceived warmth (from interdependence) and perceived competence (from relative status); then it discusses immigrant images as a case study; next, the article focuses on the toxic and potentially curative effects of each dimension.|
|Electronic Publication Date:||2012|
|Citation:||Fiske, Susan T. (2012). Warmth and competence: Stereotype content issues for clinicians and researchers.. Canadian Psychology/Psychologie canadienne, 53 (1), 14 - 20. doi:10.1037/a0026054|
|Pages:||14 - 20|
|Type of Material:||Journal Article|
|Journal/Proceeding Title:||Canadian Psychology/Psychologie canadienne|
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