Research on the development, maintenance, change, and outcomes of stereotyping, prejudice, and discrimination within social psychology is a literature that is rich, exciting, and potentially useful in informing public policy. The research findings have flowed with abundance and the journal reports have multiplied. There is also no shortage of reviews and encyclopedias available for the interested reader (Brown, 2011; Dovidio, Hewstone, Glick, & Esses, 2010; Fiske, 1998; Hamilton & Sherman, 1994; Major & O’Brien, 2005; Major, Quinton, & McCoy, 2003; Messick & Mackie, 1989; Nelson, 2002; Schneider, 2004).