System-perpetuating asymmetries between explicit and implicit intergroup attitudes among indigenous and non-indigenous Chileans

Haye A, González R, Ordóñez G, Bohner G, Siebler F, Sirlopú D, Millar A, de Tezanos-Pinto P, Torres D (2010)
ASIAN JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY 13(3): 163-172.

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The present research demonstrates a dissociation between explicit and implicit intergroup evaluation in the reciprocal attitudes between indigenous (Mapuche) and non-indigenous Chileans. In both social groups, the explicit measures of attitudes towards the respective in-group and out-group were compared with the Implicit Association Test scores. The results indicate that the members of the low-status minority might explicitly express a moderate evaluative preference for their in-group but might implicitly devalue it. Conversely, the members of the high-status majority might implicitly devalue their out-group but might explicitly express no bias. These results are theoretically framed in terms of system justification, conventional stereotypes and motivated correction processes.
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Haye A, González R, Ordóñez G, et al. System-perpetuating asymmetries between explicit and implicit intergroup attitudes among indigenous and non-indigenous Chileans. ASIAN JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY. 2010;13(3):163-172.
Haye, A., González, R., Ordóñez, G., Bohner, G., Siebler, F., Sirlopú, D., Millar, A., et al. (2010). System-perpetuating asymmetries between explicit and implicit intergroup attitudes among indigenous and non-indigenous Chileans. ASIAN JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, 13(3), 163-172.
Haye, A., González, R., Ordóñez, G., Bohner, G., Siebler, F., Sirlopú, D., Millar, A., de Tezanos-Pinto, P., and Torres, D. (2010). System-perpetuating asymmetries between explicit and implicit intergroup attitudes among indigenous and non-indigenous Chileans. ASIAN JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY 13, 163-172.
Haye, A., et al., 2010. System-perpetuating asymmetries between explicit and implicit intergroup attitudes among indigenous and non-indigenous Chileans. ASIAN JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, 13(3), p 163-172.
A. Haye, et al., “System-perpetuating asymmetries between explicit and implicit intergroup attitudes among indigenous and non-indigenous Chileans”, ASIAN JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, vol. 13, 2010, pp. 163-172.
Haye, A., González, R., Ordóñez, G., Bohner, G., Siebler, F., Sirlopú, D., Millar, A., de Tezanos-Pinto, P., Torres, D.: System-perpetuating asymmetries between explicit and implicit intergroup attitudes among indigenous and non-indigenous Chileans. ASIAN JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY. 13, 163-172 (2010).
Haye, Andres, González, Roberto, Ordóñez, Gabriela, Bohner, Gerd, Siebler, Frank, Sirlopú, David, Millar, Andres, de Tezanos-Pinto, Pablo, and Torres, David. “System-perpetuating asymmetries between explicit and implicit intergroup attitudes among indigenous and non-indigenous Chileans”. ASIAN JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY 13.3 (2010): 163-172.
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