stereotype


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a trite expression or idea

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a conventional or formulaic conception or image

treat or classify according to a mental stereotype

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Factors other than stereotype threat appear to be more important in determining men and women's tournament chess performance.
In order to study the idiosyncrasy of each age stereotype related concept and the relationship between them, we chose the IAS, which was translated into Spanish and applied it with different instructions.
L'etude du stereotype, en pleine expansion, demande encore des etudes specifiques et la mise a l'epreuve des modeles non valides, pourtant largement utilises dans la litterature psychiatrique.
The self may play an important role between stereotype activation and subsequent behavior (Wheeler, DeMarree, & Petty, 2014; Wyer, Neilens, Perfect, & Mazzoni, 2011).
The paper also identifies the mechanism connecting social deviance and negative stereotyping: people feel disrespected and expect unfair treatment from others when they feel they are being viewed through the lens of a stereotype.
They are also associated with loyalty especially in management positions; a stereotype ascribed to them when Kikuyu were replaced by Luo in colonial farms, used as supervisors loyal to the colonial government.
Among many theories that explain processes of stereotype formation, social cognitive theory and cultivation theory provide solid frameworks to explain how media act as important social agents to affect individuals' stereotypes of other social groups, including people from other countries.
Despite a tendency to assign negative connotations to the word "stereotype", which can be due to the links between stereotypes and prejudice highlighted by Allport (1954), stereotypes are not necessarily negative.
or insisting that [employees] match[] the stereotype associated with
Nonetheless I don't see the point of your education if you are going to stereotype against people, directed at those who do this to the extreme.
A stereotype is 'a fixed, over generalized belief about a particular group or class of people' (Cardwell, 1996).
A host of academic outcomes have been igated as consequences of stereotype threat for women in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM), including attrition and decreased academic performance.
When a particular behavior by a group member is observed, the viewer evaluates the behavior through the lens of the stereotype.
Existing literature provides evidence for the existence of the stereotype threat phenomenon (Steele, 1997; Steele & Aronson, 1995; Taylor & Walton, 2011).
A CAMPAIGN designed to challenge gender stereotypes in relation to domestic violence has launched today.