Maliver, B. L. (1965). Anti-Negro bias among Negro college students. Journal Of Personality And Social Psychology, 2(5).
To test the identification with the aggressor hypothesis among Negroes, 160 northern and southern Negro males, grouped by acceptance or rejection of anti-Negro statements, were compared for the presence of 23 personality variables. Only the predicted relationship between degree of anti-Negro bias and the variables percept of the father, fear of rejection, and absence of fears, were upheld. Accordingly, general hypotheses about differences in self- and parental-percept and methods of coping with hostile interpersonal attack were rejected. Actual membership in civil rights organizations and participation in antisegregation activities were found to vary with anti-Negro bias. No North-South differences were found. (21 ref.)
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