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Why do superiors attend to negative stereotypic information about their subordinates? Effects of power legitimacy on social perception

Bibliographic reference Rodriguez-Bailon, Rosa ; Moya, Miguel ; Yzerbyt, Vincent. Why do superiors attend to negative stereotypic information about their subordinates? Effects of power legitimacy on social perception. In: European Journal of Social Psychology, Vol. 30, no. 5, p. 651-671 (2000)
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