Mortality Salience and Perceptions of People with AIDS: Understanding the Role of Prejudice
BASIC AND APPLIED SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, pp. 315.0-327.0, 2010.
Study 1 examined the perceived association of AIDS and death by showing that thinking about AIDS increased participants'; death-thought accessibility. Hypotheses about the consequences of this association for perceptions of people with AIDS were derived from terror management theory, which proposes that mortality salience increases deroga...More
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