Intergroup Bias as a Predictor of Mediation Outcomes: The Role of Racism

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RUNNING HEAD: INTERGROUP BIAS
Intergroup Bias as a Predictor of Mediation Outcomes: The Role of Racism
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This proposal contains a discussion and defense of an experimental study design calibrated to determine the impact of the independent variable (IV) of intergroup bias on the dependent variable (DV) of mediation outcome. The proposal takes as its starting point the research question of whether the cooperative techniques of mediation can overcome existing intergroup bias between two parties and outlines an experimental approach that allows hypotheses associated with this research question to be assessed. The proposal is grounded in an evaluation of existing...
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