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2. Out-group?

  • Formed of attitudes, expectations and behaviours of the opposite gender
  • Formed of attitudes, expectations and behaviours of the gender the individual relates to
  • Attitudes, expectations and behaviours they don't like

3. What is a limitation of the Halverson study?

  • Could be due to biological factors not schemas
  • Could be due to conditioning not schemas
  • Could be due to social influences not schemas

4. What did Campbell's longitudinal study find?

  • Children do whatever they like and don't associated with a particular role model
  • Children selectively attend to the same sex role model, shows babies develop gender schemas before they can talk and drives their attention
  • Babies do not understand gender and schemas aren't developed until the child is attached to a role model

5. What happens when an individual sees their in-group positively?

  • They decide to hate their out-group
  • Motivates them to be more like their own gender and develop the in-group schema
  • Motivates them to be more independent and create their own in-group

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