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The argument here was that coins are known to be limited by law and custom to particular size ranges, whereas it is known to be possible for pizzas to be as small as 12cm even though this is unlikely. Somewhat later Tversky (1977) showed that in comparisons of countries made by US college students Mexico was seen as similar to the USA and Poland to Russia, but that the USA was not seen as being like Mexico, and Russia was not like Poland. In other words, similarity was not a stable feature that could be used to determine comparisons rather it was determined by comparison.
40 Yzerbyt and Rocher After a decade of sovereignty, the prototype and the exemplar views began to show the ﬁrst signs of weakness (Barsalou, 1985; Smith & Medin, 1981). The most serious critique was launched by Murphy and Medin (1985). The thrust of the argument was that the prototype and exemplar views offered no satisfactory account of the selection of the particular features that make up a speciﬁc category nor, for that matter, a clear indication of the rules governing the computation of similarity (Medin, 1989; Medin & Ortony, 1989; Medin, Goldstone & Gentner, 1993; Wisniewski & Medin, 1994).
The isolation and socio-economic disadvantages experienced by unemployed people reduce their motivation). If the latter explanation is invoked then some further principle, such as economic conditions, must also be invoked to explain unemployment but this also can be part of the stereotype. The principal implication of this discussion for stereotype formation is that stereotypical knowledge should include knowledge about both covariation and mechanisms. Known covariations between features provide the framework to create categories, but these become more psychologically Stereotype formation as category formation 31 prepotent when they are linked to causal mechanisms which explain that covariation.