People respond to it with disgust.

A new study from Princeton University psychology researchers Lasana Harris and Susan Fiske shows that when viewing photographs of social out – groups, people respond to it with disgust, not a feeling other people. Upcoming issue of upcoming issue of Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science : The results are described in the article ‘neuro-imaging responses to extreme outgroups dehumanization of the lowest of the low’reported.

The two emotional extremes were pride and disgust, pride caused high warmth and high perception of competence and loathing caused low heat and low levels of perceived competence. Envy and pity were considered moderate prejudices, envy caused low warmth and high perception of competence, and compassion thrown high heat and low levels of perceived competence.. Twenty-four Princeton University students viewed a large number of color photographs of different social groups , and images of objects , which caused the emotion pride, pity or disgust.In both groups, roughly 3 have have were determined as behavioral issues, and the like proportions been showing showing abnormal behavior.

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