People vary in how likely they are to expect that others will stereotype them.This is called
Kleck and Strenta (1980)had women who falsely believed that they appeared disfigured by theatrical makeup interact with a female partner.Results indicated that women who thought they were disfigured
A)interacted for a longer period of time with their partners.
B)interacted for a shorter period of time with their partners.
C)rated their partners as more tense,distant,and patronizing.
D)rated their partners as warmer,more open,and friendlier.
The benefit of being high in stigma consciousness is that it can buffer individual
Because we are sensitive to distinctive events,the simultaneous occurrence of two such events is especially noticeable.Our attentiveness to unusual occurrences can create
A)the group-serving bias.
C)the outgroup homogeneity effect.