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The Role of Valence and Uniqueness of Emotions in the Context of Infrahumanization Theory
Psychology in Russia: State of Art
Background. Infrahumanization is a result of group comparison when the ingroup is considered as fully human in comparison to an outgroup that is viewed as lacking humanness and similar to animals. Infrahumanization theory proposed that the attribution of emotions to ingroups and outgroups is based on their uniqueness, regardless of the valence of these emotions. Since the valence of information plays an important role in its processing and perception, it was decided to clarify the role ofdoi:10.11621/pir.2022.0111 pmid:36699817 pmcid:PMC9845001 fatcat:e3mur65qlzemrhrip4rnhrer7y