Signs of Social Status Divide the Rich from the Poor

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Abstract: We show that symbols of higher (v. lower) status increase pro-social spending in a low-status context (i.e., panhandling) and shape judgments of warmth and competence that undergird these spending patterns. Results point to the fundamental role of status signaling in person perception and the creation of social class boundaries.

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