2 edition of Hetero- and autostereotyping in Pakastani, French, and American college students found in the catalog.
Hetero- and autostereotyping in Pakastani, French, and American college students
Frank T. McAndrew
ED 316 799.
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Auto- and Heterostereotyping in Pakistani, French, and American College Students Article (PDF Available) in The Journal of Social Psychology June with 23 ReadsAuthor: Frank Mcandrew. This study explored hetero- and auto-stereotyping in 23 Pakistani students studying in the United States; 21 French and 20 American college students enrolled at the University of Besancon, France; and 59 American college students who had never lived or studied abroad.
All subjects completed a four-page questionnaire in their native language in which they rated Americans, Pakistanis, and French Author: Frank T.
McAndrew. Auto-and heterostereotyping in Pakistani, French, and American college students. Link to the original article. The article, “What Are Pakistani College Students All About?” has been written by Howard Schweber.
This article appeared first in The Friday Times, Lahore in The author wrote this article after his teaching experience at Lahore University of Management Sciences and is mainly based on his observations made during that time.