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Need for closure and ability to achieve closure as predictors of attitudes towards outgroups. Abstract PDF References Article Recommendations Abstract The aim of the study was to determine whether the Podlasie entrepreneurs think about neighboring nations Belarusian, Lithuanian, Ukrainian and Russian in a stereotypical way ascribing to them certain negative characteristic and, if that affects in any way the decision about cooperation.
Formats and Editions of Stereotypy i uprzedzenia  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology36 The inaccuracy of national character stereotypes. Example resolvable problems from utilization dynamic programming: On-line services of the University of Warsaw. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology52 An individual and quantitative measure of stereotypes. In accordance with most gerontologists’ assertions it starts in the fourth decade of life and leads to death. Psychological Bulletin76 Journal of Personality and Social Psychology52 An empirical assessment Am Sociol Rev, 54, pp. Formats and Editions of Stereotypy i uprzedzenia  The inaccuracy of national character stereotypes. Main topic of this work is the problem of Poles’ attitude to the Germans with analyzing the literature, Polish surveys of the country and the region of Lubuskie.
National stereotypes and identifications of Polish and Dutch students, European Journal of Social Psychology, 26, 97-114. Biological psychological and social determinants of old age: Bio-psycho-social aspects of human aging. The aim of this paper is to characterize and dispute the cultural stereotypes and prejudices against the Indians depicted in the writings of Rudyard Kipling (1865–1936), one of the most popular British novelists of the Victorian era.