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This chapter addresses the psychological effects of social stigma stigma directly affects the stigmatized via mechanisms of discrimination expectancy confirmation and automatic stereotype activation and indirectly via threats to personal and social identitythe devaluation of those perceived as different has profound repercussions both for individuals and for society this book brings together leading researchers to present groundbreaking findings on such topics as the dimensions of stigma why people stigmatize others how targeted individuals are affected by and respond to stigmatization and influences on social interactionsthe devaluation of those perceived as different has profound repercussions both for individuals and for society this book brings together leading researchers to present groundbreaking findings on such topics as the dimensions of stigma why people stigmatize others how targeted individuals are affected by and respond to stigmatization and influences on social interactthe volume demonstrates that stigma is a normal albeit undesirable consequence of peoples limited cognitive resources and of the social information and experiences to which they are exposed incorporated are the perspectives of both the perceiver and the target the relevance of personal and collective identities and the interplay of affective cognitive and behavioral processesthe devaluation of those perceived as different has profound repercussions both for individuals and for society this book brings together leading researchers to present groundbreaking findings on such topics as the dimensions of stigma why people stigmatize others how targeted individuals are affected by and respond to stigmatization and influences on social interactions

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