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A scale to measure anti-Semitism (prejudice against or hostility to Jews), especially the scale first published by the German philosopher, sociologist, and psychologist Theodor W(iesengrund) Adorno (1903–69) and several colleagues in the book The Authoritarian Personality (1950). Not to be confused with the A-S Reaction Study. See also authoritarianism.

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