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University of Basel

20 June 2018

Is it their own fault?! How people judge the exclusion of others

All against one: How outsiders see social exclusion depends on how similar the members of a group are to each other. (Image: University of Basel, Christiane Büttner)
All against one: How outsiders see social exclusion depends on how similar the members of a group are to each other. (Image: University of Basel, Christiane Büttner)

The way people view the social exclusion of others varies – depending on how much they think the excluded person is to blame. However, this is heavily influenced by how similar the group members are to each other, as a research team from the University of Basel writes in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.

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