Biased Interethnic Memories are Moderated by Ethnic Identity
Eighty-Eighth Annual Meeting Midwestern Psychological Association
We examined how person memories are influenced by ethnic group membership and strength of ethnic identity. As expected, participants remembered more positive and less negative traits about an ethnic ingroup member compared to an ethnic outgroup member, and this relationship was moderated by strength of ethnic identity.
Zachary C. Roth, Ugochinyere Onyeukwu, Audrey James, and Jay W. Jackson (2016).
Biased Interethnic Memories are Moderated by Ethnic Identity. Presented at Eighty-Eighth Annual Meeting Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, ILL.
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