Latrofa, Marcella (2008) When "I" becomes one of "Us": Cognitive and Motivational Underpinnings of the Self-Stereotyping Process in Minority Status Groups. [Tesi di dottorato]
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Self-stereotyping is a process by which people belonging to a stigmatized social group tend to describe themselves more with both positive and negative, stereotypical personality traits compared to traits that are irrelevant to the ingroup stereotype. The present work wants to analyse some of the underlying mechanisms, both cognitive and motivational, explaining when, how, and why it are especially members of socially stigmatised groups that are more inclined to self-stereotype than members of majority status groups.
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