Statut solo

PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY BULLETIN Sekaquaptewa, Thompson / SOLO STATUS The Differential Effects of Solo Status on Members of High- and Low-Status Groups Denise Sekaquaptewa Mischa Thompson University of Michigan Individuals experience solo status when they are the only members of their social category (e.g., gender or race) present in a group. Field research indicates that women and racial minorities are more debilitated by solo status than White men. However, laboratory research indicates that men and women are equally debilitated as solos. We noted that laboratory studies introduced solo status during learning, whereas field research examined solo status at performance. Therefore, ...

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