How We View Others: Admiration vs. Contempt (Harvard Magazine)

Harvard Magazine recently reported that the way we perceive and categorize others depends heavily on stereotypes of competence and if we see their personality type as warm or cold. The dichotomous relationships reveal whether  a certain type of person is more likely to be harassed or exploited, admired or resented.

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