The psychology of group perception: Perceived variability, entitativity, and essentialism

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This groundbreaking work by leading social psychologists, who have all contributed in important ways to the psychology of group perception, focuses in particular on three interrelated issues: (1) whether groups are seen to be diverse or relatively homogeneous; (2) whether groups are seen as real and stable or only transitory and ephemeral; and (3) whether group membership derives from some essential quality of the members or rather is based on social constructions.

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Yzerbyt, V., Judd, C. M., & Corneille, O. (2003). The psychology of group perception: Perceived variability, entitativity, and essentialism. The Psychology of Group Perception: Perceived Variability, Entitativity, and Essentialism (pp. 1–373). Psychology Press. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780203644973

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