Lab Visitor Alum Vero Sevillano Publishes Animal Stereotypes

In work begun at Princeton, Veronica shows that animals are perceived in clusters that parallel the Sterotype Content Model quadrants: companions (dogs, cats, horses), predators (lions, tigers, bears), vermin (rats, insects, snakes), and prey (cows, sheep) that we eat. Congratulations, Vero!

Sevillano, V., & Fiske, S. T. (in press). Warmth and competence in animals. Journal of Applied Social Psychology.

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