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That most successfully explains altruism. It is the only factor that consistently and systematically predicts altruism among all the individuals I interviewed” (Monroe, 110). More generally, research has revealed that non-prejudiced people tend to operate with cognitive person-schemas that produce a “universalist orientation” to other people, “whereby perceivers selectively attend to, accentuate, and interpret similarities rather than differences between the self and others” (Phillips and Ziller, 420).
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