Reducing Prejudice and Discrimination

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Moreno ably carded the burden of secretarial support, Amber Garcia performed faithfully as an editorial assistant for the volume, Art Lizza and Debra Riegert provided helpful editorial advice, and many graduate students in social psychology aided in tasks during the conference. My heartfelt gratitude goes to all of them.
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Of course, it is important to realize that perceptions of the national social climate by minority-group individuals, who have felt themselves the targets of prejudice and discrimination, may differ sharply from these more upbeat viewpoints of the White population (cf. Major, Quinton, McCoy, & Schmader, Chap. 10 in this volume).

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