- Rosemary Al-Kire, Northern Arizona Univ.
- Heidi Wayment, Northern Arizona Univ.
This study aimed to explore the relationships between the Quiet Ego, predictors of prejudice, and positive attitudes about Muslims. As predicted, positive attitudes about Muslims were directly negatively predicted by predictors of prejudice and indirectly predicted by a Quiet Ego. These findings suggest that facilitating quiet ego characteristics may be a way to assist less-prejudiced attitudes.