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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 47, Number 5, 1 May 2017

Dehumanizing but competent: The impact of gender, illness type, and emotional expressiveness on patient perceptions of doctors
pp. 247-255(9)
Authors: Adams, Samantha M.; Case, Trevor I.; Fitness, Julie; Stevenson, Richard J.

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Reducing workplace bias toward people with disabilities with the use of imagined contact
pp. 256-266(11)
Authors: Carvalho‐Freitas, Maria Nivalda de; Stathi, Sofia

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Stereotype‐based judgments of child welfare issues in cases of parent criminality
pp. 267-281(15)
Authors: Benbow, Alison E. F.; Stürmer, Stefan

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Imagined contact can be more effective for participants with stronger initial prejudices
pp. 282-292(11)
Authors: West, Keon; Hotchin, Victoria; Wood, Chantelle

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