A New Perspective on Race and Color: Research on an Outer Vs Inner Orientation to Anti-Black Dispositions
The book explores the symbolic link between anti-black dispositions and fear of, as well as evaluative attributions about, the nature of the Unconscious.
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60nner-oriented 60 affective meanings African Americans Anti-black Disposition Black Race Black-White interracial intimacy Black-White power relations color black color white conflict/tension connotations Cont context of Fear df MS F Dreaming State Night Endocathection Evaluative context experienced or projected Extraception Fear and Evaluative Fear indicated Fearful attributions Freq Inner orientation Inner-oriented Caucasians Inner-oriented respondents Inner-Stories Interracial Couple intimacy without regard Intraception Level of Fear linked loaded significantly MRAI experience Nature of Consciousness Nature of Death Nature of Satan oriented respondents Outer vs Inner Outer-oriented Caucasians Outer-oriented respondents indicated Outer-Stories overall power without regard priority focus quality or affective race names race-linked colors ratings by Inner-oriented ratings by Outer-oriented regard to race respondents and Inner-oriented respondents depicted experienced respondents in terms salience score SD ratings Semantic Differential Seth-Roberts significant differences significantly on Factor Social Psychology stimulus items subset of concepts Tendency Terror Uncon Unconscious Portions variance White Race Zalk