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Social Cognition: Thinking categorically about others, Annual Review of Psychology

Abstract

Focuses on cognitive dynamics of categorical social perception. Relevance of categorical thinking in daily life; Process of activating social categories by perceivers; Consequences of category activation; Control of perceivers on the influence and expression of categorical thinking; Use of integrative models of cognitive functioning in understanding categorical social perception.

Type

Article

Author(s)

Galen Bodenhausen

Date Published

2000

Citations

Bodenhausen, Galen. 2000. Social Cognition: Thinking categorically about others. Annual Review of Psychology. 51(1): 93-120.

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