Date of Award
Bachelor of Arts
Black and White male undergraduates from the University of Richmond participated in a study addressing rejection. The purpose was to discover how responses to rejection vary amongst individuals who are rejected by their in-group versus their out-group. In other words, is a white male more likely to be impacted by rejection from another white male (a member of the in- group) or a black male (a member of the out-group)? Likewise, it was interesting to note how black individuals respond differently to rejection by the in-group and out-group. Responses to rejection feedback, regarding self-esteem, attributions to rejection, cognitive capacity, and self-regulatory ability, were attained through various surveys, questionnaires, and tasks.
Dubey, Prasant, "Understanding rejection across ingroups and outgroups" (2010). Honors Theses. 1272.