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  • Mortality Salience and Self-Stereotyping 

    Son, Helen I. (2005)
    Terror management theory (TMT) states that mortality salience can threaten an individual's identity and cultural worldviews. Cultural worldviews help minimize uncertainty and create a sense of social identity in the ...
  • Mortality Salience and Self-Stereotyping 

    Son, Helen I. (Kalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo College., 2006)
    Terror Management Theory (TMT) suggests that when individuals are confronted with mortality salience, a variety of behaviors, social attitudes and cognitions are affected. In situations of human vulnerability, an individual’s ...