The Group Self

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Science  18 May 2012:
Vol. 336, Issue 6083, pp. 848-852
DOI: 10.1126/science.1220987

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  1. Fig. 1

    Sportsmen, by Kazimir Malevich (dated 1928–1932): This painting depicts four sportsmen who are visually distinct from each other in their colors of dress. Yet they are not articulated as separate individuals with unique facial features, because their common identity as sportsmen is more important here.

  2. Fig. 2

    Understanding the group self: roadmap to the relevant processes, their foci, and their implications, as described in the different sections of this Review.

  3. Fig. 3

    Results of a subtractive analysis of blood oxygen level–dependent (BOLD) activations while participants viewed pictures of social groups representing the four quadrants of the stereotype content model (SCM). Results for the three SCM cells (pride, envy, and pity) showing significant activation in the mPFC are shown. [Reprinted with permission from figure 1 of (24)]