Summarizing, a lack of inter-group diversity (say, growing up in an idyllic all-white suburb where Rush blasted from angst-y teen bedrooms) actually individual diversity, through the mechanism of amplifying preexisting personality differences among same-group members.
In contrast, a lot of inter-group diversity (say, moving to a SWPL hipster enclave in a minority white city soaked in vibrancy that makes daily living an adventure in survival) produces a uniformity of thought and, CH will note, of aesthetic within groups, which is why we see SWPL hoods in nearly every major American city converging on the same farm-to-table Obama-loving liberal hypocrite norm.
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Equally dramatic was the impact of social conditions on the boldness test.
Stable spider groups, composed of six spiders that remained together for up to four weeks, showed the greatest variety between individuals, the greatest mix of bold and shy, as well as the highest individual consistency: The pebble-playing times of the boldies grew shorter while those of the timids lengthened.
[…] [Researchers] have determined that character-building in social spiders is a communal affair.
While they quickly display the first glimmerings of a basic predisposition — a relative tendency toward shyness or boldness, tetchiness or docility — that personality is then powerfully influenced by the other spiders in the group.
Soon after getting results from the experiments, Dr.
In laboratory experiments, the researchers showed that spiders exposed to the same group day after day developed stronger and more distinctive personalities than those that were shifted from one set of spiders to the next.
Moreover, the spiders in a stable social setting grew ever less like one another over time.
Paradoxically, group cohesiveness creates more individual diversity, while inter-group diversity creates more intra-group uniformity. In other words, the diversity that really matters — diversity of thought and personality — flourishes in less racially diverse environs.
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