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  • Predictably confirmatory: The influence of stereotypes during decisional processing. 

    Falbén, JK; Tsamadi, D; Golubickis, M; Olivier, JL; Persson, LM; Cunningham, WA; Macrae, CN (England, 2019-10)
    Stereotypes facilitate the processing of expectancy-consistent (vs expectancy-inconsistent) information, yet the underlying origin of this congruency effect remains unknown. As such, here we sought to identify the cognitive ...
  • Stop stereotyping. 

    Falbén, JK; Olivier, JL; Golubickis, M; Ho, NSP; Persson, LM; Tsamadi, D; Marinopoulou, E; Bianciardi, B; Cunningham, WA; Macrae, CN (United States, 2019-07)
    Restraining the expression of stereotypes is a necessary requirement for harmonious living, yet surprisingly little is known about the efficacy of this process. Accordingly, in two experiments, here we used a stop-signal ...

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