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Stereotype Inaccuracy?

Extraordinary Scientific Delusions and the Blindness of Psychologists

Everyone knows that stereotypes are inaccurate, especially psychologists: “However, a great deal of the thrust of stereotyping research has been to demonstrate that these behavioral expectancies are overgeneralized and inaccurate predictors of actual behavior of the target individual (Darley & Fazio, 1980, p. 870).

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