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International Review of Social Sciences and Humanities
The following two studies examined the role of skin color on children's biological and non-biological judgments. Study 1 examined preschoolers, first graders, third graders, fifth graders and adults' reasoning about the impact of skin color on the contraction of common contagious illnesses. Study 2 assessed children's and adults' impact of skin color on positive and negative social behaviors. Results for Study 1 indicated that preschoolers judged that the character in the vignette is morefatcat:bgfbfc4p7zhyrkxm6jehcxel24