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stereotyped

(stĕr′ē-ə-tīpt′, stîr′-)
adj.
Of or relating to stereotypy: stereotyped behavior.
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She would not hand him a stereotyped rejection slip, nor would she inform him that lack of preference for his work did not necessarily imply lack of merit in his work.
His sister-in-law, who was seated at the other end of the table, looked across at him with a bright but stereotyped smile.
Oh, I consulted with them, talked things over with them, challenged their stereotyped ways, demanded demonstration of their dogmatic and prejudiced beliefs, and quite succeeded in convincing the last of them that I was a fool and doomed to come to grief.
The papers were old and uninteresting, filled up mostly with dreary stereotyped descriptions of Queen Victoria's first jubilee celebrations.
In most cases, the debate shifts to whether the viewers of these comedy shows laugh at the stereotyped group or the stereotyped group laugh alongside (Kerrigan, 2011; Oring, 2011).
A new survey commissioned by CALM found two thirds of those asked believed men are stereotyped in the media (66%), and of those, more than a quarter (27%) said they think these stereotypes are generally negative.
Stereotypes are the false and misleading generalizations and the process of stereotyping shapes our perception of any person of the stereotyped group or of the stereotyped group as a whole.
A typical fear of failure situation for college women occurs in classroom settings in which there may be concern about confirming the stereotyped belief that they cannot perform well in typically male-dominated STEM fields compared with men (e.
This causes the observer to conclude that the conduct has empirically confirmed his stereotyped belief about the group.
However, individuals experiencing stereotype threat do not necessarily feel that they personally do (or should) subscribe to the stereotyped traits of a social identity.
Being reminded of a negative stereotype - say, girls are bad at maths - can make the stereotyped group choke under pressure, a process called stereotype threat.