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One too many categories: an experimental test on the effectiveness of a dual-identity recategorization intervention on age-based bias
A laboratory experiment was conducted on a convenient sample of N = 724 introductory Psychology students from the southeastern United States, to test the effectiveness of a dual identity recategorization intervention when ...
"Old oxen cannot plow": Stereotype themes of older adults in Turkish folklore
(Oxford Publishing, 2015)
Purpose of the Study: Although much research has established the nature of attitudes and stereotypes toward older adults, there are conflicting explanations for the root cause of ageism, including the sociocultural view ...
Validation of the work-related age-based stereotypes (WAS) scale
(Emerald Group, 2016)
The purpose of this paper is to focus on developing and validating a multidimensional measure of work-related age-based stereotypes (WAS) scale. Based upon a review of the literature, a three-dimensional stereotype content ...
One size doesn't fit all: toward a theory on the intersectional salience of ageism at work
Much of the research on the effects of age in the workplace has ignored the role of contextual factors, and the intersection of multiple group identities. In seeking to address these shortcomings, we provide a theoretical ...
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