Spontaneous Gender Attributions for the Category Label Latino(a)/Latinx

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Past research describes how race and gender overlap to produce intersectional invisibility, with Black women and Asian men deemed less prototypical compared to Black men and Asian women (Johnson, Freeman, & Pauker, 2012). Indeed, Schug, Alt and Klauer (2015) found that when asked to write a story, participants were more likely to use a male pronoun when writing about a Black person, and more likel...

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