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What the research says about the causes of individual intolerance

Understanding what underlies someone’s tolerance and prejudices at an individual was the basis of two recent research studies.

Employees attitudes towards diversity were assessed, and correlated with a variety of personal and demographic measures, including intelligence, personality, values, salary, age and education.

What emerged was a model of an “intolerant person”, with negative attitudes towards a wide range of sub-groups across the board.

We also learned more about the role of gender in tolerance, and confirmed our theory that social dominance, ego threat, self-esteem and conservatism play important roles in intolerance.

Let’s dive into the research findings in more detail.

What the research says about the causes of individual intolerance

Watch the video to understand what the research findings showed about the effects of intelligence, personality, values, salary, age and education on individual intolerance and attitudes towards diversity.

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