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outgroup

[′au̇t‚grüp]
(systematics)
A monophyletic taxon that is used in a phylogenetic study to resolve which of two homologous character states are apomorphous.
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However, SIA (Haslam, 2004, 2014) generally proposes that it is the difference in appraisals of ingroup and outgroup members that reveals (or not) the ingroup bias.
Sequences for Metaseiulus occidentalis was used as a single outgroup. Maximum likelihood (ML) trees of the mt DNA genes was constructed with Paup* (v.4.
Studies have shown that past experiences of discrimination are likely to increase intergroup anxiety (i.e., a negative affective feeling that is either enduringly present or situationally activated in response to interacting with an outgroup member, e.g., Stephan, 2014) and stress (e.g., Landrine & Klonoff, 1996).
In other words, it looked at how the Jewish students (the ingroup both religiously and secularly) viewed the Palestinian Arab students and their religion and culture (the outgroup) and, vice-versa, how the Palestinian Arabs viewed the Jewish students.
Using presence-absence lens, we examine the use of metaphor and their connections to actors and phenomenon ideologically identifying the ingroup or outgroup.
"Research shows that identification of outgroup members, witnesses use less strict criteria.
Based on integrated emotion theory, we hypothesize that a threat message elicits negative emotions, which exert a negative influence on intergroup bias via outgroup derogation.
Although older than Berger and Luckmann's work, Tajfel's arguments on social identity and connected concepts (Tajfel, 1974; Tajfel & Turner, 1979) are particularly useful for the study of Securitization in general and for this study on Israeli and Palestinian institutional discourse in particular, and some of his concepts, such as ingroup, outgroup and social category, can serve a crucial role in the building blocks of any Securitization theoretical model.
NR_122087) was used as an outgroup. Four chains were run and statistical convergence was assessed by looking at the standard deviation of split frequencies and potential scale reduction factors of parameters.
People across the world think and feel more negatively about outgroup members (Allport, 1954; Baron & Banaji, 2006; Greenwald, McGhee, & Schwarz, 1998).