The development of stereotype content

Past research suggests that warmth and competence are primary
dimensions of social perception used by adults to understand
social groups. Yarrow Dunham discusses whether children
use these two dimensions to structure their representations of
familiar groups. Yarrow Dunham is the director of the Social Cognitive Development Lab at Yale University.
The lab investigates how young minds master the dizzying complexity of the social world.

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