威胁感知在外群体心理本质论与跨民族交往关系中的中介作用
The Mediation Effect of Threat Perception between Psychological Essentialism of Outgroup and Cross-Ethnic Interaction

作者: 杨晓莉 , 梁筱媛 :西北师范大学心理学院,西北师范大学西北少数民族教育发展研究中心,兰州; 刘 力 :北京师范大学心理学院,应用实验心理北京市重点实验室,北京;

关键词: 威胁感知外群体心理本质论跨民族交往藏族Threat Perception Psychological Essentialism of Outgroup Cross-Ethnic Interaction Tibetan College Students

摘要:
为了探讨威胁感知在外群体的心理本质论与跨民族交往关系中的中介作用,该研究随机选取中国内地的113名藏族大学生采用问卷法进行了研究。结果表明,外群体的心理本质论越强,感知到的威胁越强,民族间的社会距离感也就越大,群际关系亲密度知觉相对较疏远;而且,威胁感知在外群体心理本质论与跨民族交往之间起了完全中介作用

Abstract: 113 Tibetan college students in Chinese inland were randomly recruited for this study to explore the mediation effect of threat perception between psychological essentialism of outgroup and cross-ethnic interaction using several questionnaires. The results showed that there were positive correlation between essentialism of outgroup and threat perception, and negative correlation between essentialism of outgroup and perceived social distance; threat perception was the whole mediator between psychological essentialism of outgroup and cross-ethnic interaction.

文章引用: 杨晓莉 , 梁筱媛 , 刘 力 (2014) 威胁感知在外群体心理本质论与跨民族交往关系中的中介作用。 心理学进展, 4, 609-616. doi: 10.12677/AP.2014.44082

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