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Walker, Pamela M.; Hewstone, Miles – British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 2006
Research over the past two decades has demonstrated that individuals are better at recognizing and discriminating faces of their own race versus other races. The own-race effect has typically been investigated in relation to recognition memory; however, some evidence supports an own-race effect at the level of perceptual encoding in adults. The…
Descriptors: Race, Whites, Elementary School Students, Secondary School Students
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Raman, Lakshmi; Winer, Gerald A. – British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 2004
Three studies investigated developmental changes in immanent justice responding by asking participants to respond to vignettes in which a person's bad behaviour was followed by a negative consequence. Study 1 consisted of 152 sixth graders and 128 college students and presented participants with a vignette that examined the notion of bad people…
Descriptors: Justice, Responses, Age Differences, Individual Development