When does anticipating group-based shame lead to lower ingroup favoritism? The role of status and status stability

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Shepherd, Lee; Spears, Russell; Manstead, Antony Stephen Reid;
(2013)

In two studies we examined whether and when anticipated group-based shame leads to less ingroup favoritism on the part of members of high-status groups in stable hierarchies. In Study 1 (n = 195) we measured anticipated group-based shame and found that it only negativel... View more
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