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100 1  Stokes-Guinan, Katie 
245 10 Ethnic identity as a moderator of ingroup bias 
300    50 p 
500    Source: Masters Abstracts International, Volume: 48-06, 
       page: 3904 
500    Adviser: Arlene Asuncion 
502    Thesis (M.A.)--San Jose State University, 2010 
520    This thesis replicated and extended work by Perdue, 
       Dovidio, Gurtman, and Tyler (1990) by priming 132 Asian, 
       Hispanic, and White participants with ingroup and outgroup
       designators outside of conscious awareness before asking 
       them to make judgments about positive and negative trait 
       words. While bias patterns were similar for participants 
       from all three ethnic groups, they were different among 
       individuals with high and low scores on a measure of 
       ethnic identity (the Multigroup Ethnic Identity Measure by
       Phinney, 1992). Specifically, participants with high 
       ethnic identity scores demonstrated ingroup bias along 
       ethnic lines, while participants with low ethnic identity 
       scores did not. Results partially support social identity 
       theory, since participants that identified more with their
       ethnic groups also demonstrated more ingroup bias 
590    School code: 6265 
650  4 Psychology, Social 
690    0451 
710 2  San Jose State University.|bPsychology-Experimental 
773 0  |tMasters Abstracts International|g48-06 
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