# The Psychology of Prejudice

By Mark P. Zanna; James M. Olson | Go to book overview

APPENDIX A: INSTRUCTIONAL SET FOR COMPLETION OF THE TAJFEL MATRICES

Here is the way to complete your response booklet. Each page in the response booklet contains one matrix. A matrix consists of 13 boxes, each containing two numbers. On each matrix you are to award points (or money or credits) to two other people in this room. The top row of numbers within the boxes are the points to be awarded to Individual A from Group Z, and the bottom row are points to be given to Individual B from Group W. After looking at each box of the matrix, you must choose only one box that represents your choice of how you wish to award the points.

Let me give you an example of how to use the matrix. Let us say you are faced with the following matrix that we have on display for you on this chart. In addition to your group label (point on chart), each of you has received a personal identification letter (point).

 Points to Member A of Group Z 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Points to Member B of Group W 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 Points given to Member A of Group Z: _____ Points given to Member B of Group W: _____
 Now suppose you are distributing points for Member A of Group Z and Member B of Group W. Think very carefully about all the numbers in the boxes. There are a variety of choices you can make. Let us say that you decide to choose a box toward the left-hand edge of this matrix, for example, Box 11, 5 This means that you decide to give 11 points to Member A of Group Z and 5 points to Member B of Group W. Alternatively, you might choose Box 15 13 This means you are giving 15 points to Member A of Group Z and 13 points to Member B of Group W. On the other hand, you might decide to choose Box 17 17 which means that Member A of Group Z and Member B of Group W each get 17 points. Another option is choosing Box 20 23 This means you are willing to give 20 points to Member A of Group Z, whereas Member B of Group W gets 23 points. Further on in the matrix you can choose Box 23 29 in which Member A of Group Z gets 23 points, whereas Member B of Group W gets 29 points.

Once again, you are not allowed to choose different numbers from different boxes on the same page. For instance, in our example here, you are not allowed

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