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If he can do it, so can they: Exposure to counterstereotypically successful exemplars prompts automatic inferences
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
After incidental exposure to Blacks who succeeded in counterstereotypical domains (e.g., Brown University President Ruth Simmons, Nobel Laureate Toni Morrison), participants drew an automatic inference that race was not a success-inhibiting factor in modern society. Of note, participants' automatic inferences were not simply guided by their explicit reasoning (i.e., their beliefs about what these exemplars signify about the state of race relations). Studies 1-3 demonstrated the basic automaticdoi:10.1037/a0035707 pmid:24588089 fatcat:ikrqmwg3yjfhjlxtjggh72modi