I Introduction.- 1. Stereotype, Prejudice, and Discrimination: Changing Conceptions in Theory and Research.- II Formation of Stereotypes and Prejudice.- 2. A Cognitive Approach to Stereotyping.- 3. Illusory Correlations: Implications for Stereotype Theory and Research.- 4. Category-Based and Individuating Processes as a Function of Information and Motivation: Evidence from Our Laboratory.- 5. Stereotypes of Groups, Group Members, and Individuals in Categories: A Differential Analysis.- III Structure and Meaning of Stereotypes and Prejudice.- 6. Stereotypes and Dispositional Judgment.- 7. Values, Stereotypes, and Intergroup Antagonism.- 8. Delegitimization: The Extreme Case of Stereotyping and Prejudice.- 9. Discriminatory Speech Acts: A Functional Approach.- IV Change of Stereotypes and Prejudice.- 10. Changing Stereotypes with Disconfirming Information.- 11. Can Leaders Change Followers' Stereotypes?.- 12. Enhancing Intergroup Relations in Israel: A Differential Approach.- Author Index.
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