stereotyped attitude


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stereotyped attitude

A position taken and held for a long period, seen frequently in mental diseases.
See also: attitude
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The LRAP was used to measure children's attitudes toward toys, that is, to assess whether they display gender stereotyped attitudes by responding faster when asked to relate specific toys traditionally associated with either girls or boys.
Public reliance on stereotyped attitudes may hurt women candidates at the polls.
Doctors can educate parents and help them become aware of these stereotyped attitudes.