Stereotype Activation and Inhibition

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major deficiency in the formulation proposed by Bodenhausen and Macrae in this volume. On the contrary, it is only as a result of considering this formulation that many of the issues we have raised were called to our attention. To this extent, our remarks testify to the heuristic value of the formulation in generating new directions for empirical inquiry. We have no doubt that the results of this inquiry can easily be incorporated into the more general formulation that Bodenhausen and Macrae have developed, and we look forward to the continuation of their inspiring theoretical and empirical work.


ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

This chapter was prepared with the support of a Ford Foundation predoctotal fellowship to the first author and a grant from the National Institute of Mental Health to the second author.


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