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The Cortisol Response to Anticipated Intergroup Interactions Predicts Self-Reported Prejudice

Figure 1

Subtle and blatant prejudice as a function of cortisol elevation.

Lines indicate the direction of the relation between cortisol and self-reported prejudice. In both panels, solid lines represent the statistically reliable relation between cortisol (due to an anticipated interaction with an out-group member dissimilar to the self), and subtle and blatant prejudice, respectively.

Figure 1