The Psychology of In and Out Groups
Bias • 2m 27s
Benefit from an understanding of how people categorize, identify with, and compare in-groups and out-groups, a natural and automatic cognitive process that sometimes leads us to the pitfall of prejudice and hostility to those unlike ourselves.
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