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African American Success Stories Have a Downside

A new study suggests that examples of exceptional achievement by African Americans can make White people less sympathetic to the race-based challenges that minorities continue to face. ... More>


Professors are Prejudiced, too


Teaching Current Directions

Teaching Current Directions in Psychological Science

Featured Articles: “Is It Always Wrong to Be Right?” and “What Explains the Home-Field Advantage?” ... More>


On the Relationship Between Social Class and Prejudice

Studies suggested that prejudice is more prevalent among people from lower social classes. A new pattern explores why this pattern exists. ... More>


Religious Infusion Predicts Intergroup Conflict Around the World

For many, religion is central to day-to-day existence, supporting faith and spirituality and providing friendship and a sense of community. But religion can also contribute to conflict. ... More>