Answering Unresolved Questions About the Relationship Between Cognitive Ability and Prejudice

Volume: 7, Issue: 8, Pages: 884 - 892
Published: Jul 29, 2016
Abstract
Previous research finds that lower cognitive ability predicts greater prejudice. We test two unresolved questions about this association using a heterogeneous set of target groups and data from a representative sample of the United States ( N = 5,914). First, we test “who are the targets of prejudice?” We replicate prior negative associations between cognitive ability and prejudice for groups who are perceived as liberal, unconventional, and...
Paper Details
Title
Answering Unresolved Questions About the Relationship Between Cognitive Ability and Prejudice
Published Date
Jul 29, 2016
Volume
7
Issue
8
Pages
884 - 892
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