Fig. 3: Differences in positive and negative affect between proponents and opponents of immigration across groups. | Humanities and Social Sciences Communications

Fig. 3: Differences in positive and negative affect between proponents and opponents of immigration across groups.

From: The impact of empathy and perspective-taking instructions on proponents and opponents of immigration

Fig. 3

a Positive affect was lower in pro-immigration participants in the perspective-taking group than in pro-immigration participants in the control or the empathy group. Moreover, in the empathy group, pro-immigration participants had higher scores of positive affect than did anti-immigration participants. b Negative affect was lower in pro-immigration participants in the perspective-taking condition than it was in pro-immigration participants in the control or empathy condition. The graph depicts mean scores of a positive affect and b negative affect. Error bars depict ± 1 standard error. *p < 0.05, **p < 0.01.

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