The contact hypothesis (see Allport, 1954; Brown & Hewstone, 2005; Pettigrew & Tropp, 2006) states that interactions between members of opposing groups should result in improved intergroup attitudes and improved intergroup relations, provided that certain conditions are met.
Equalab @equalabgold Now, which of our photos do you prefer? The one on Twitter or the one on our webpage: https://t.co/cTZaqpC6B0 ?
Equalab @equalabgold RT @DrKeonWest: My Lab website (@equalabgold) has a new photo! Would be a nice time to check it out. Also, see our "latest research" tab fo…