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**Original citation.** Purdie-Vaughns, V., Steele, C.M., Davies, P.G., Ditlmann, R., & Crosby, J.R. (2008). Social identity contingencies: How diversity cues signal threat or safety for african americans in mainstream institutions. *Journal of Personality and Social Psychology*, 94(4), 615-630. **Target of Replication.** The target of our replication was the interaction that suggested a high fairness cue created lower expectations of threatening identity contingencies and higher trust in comparison to a low fairness cue, but only for African American and not White professionals, F(1,73) = 12.19, p = .001. **A priori replication criteria.** A successful replication would find that African American participants in the high fairness condition exhibited increased trust relative to the low fairness condition, whereas White participants exhibited high trust in both conditions. To test this, we planned to conduct a 2 (participant race: African American or White) X 2 (fairness cue: high or low) between-subjects ANOVA.
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