Research

What dimensions do perceivers spontaneously use to evaluate objects and people?

How are categorically-ambiguous and multiply-categorizable targets perceived?

Do machine learning models reflect human stereotypes and social categorization biases?

Publications

. Automated Dictionary Creation for Analyzing Text: An Illustration from Stereotype Content. Under review, 2019.

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. Relational versus structural goals moderate social information-gathering priorities.. Under review, 2019.

. Warmth is a Personal Matter: Consensus Reconciles the Agency-Beliefs-Communion (ABC) Model with the Stereotype Content Model (SCM). Under review, 2019.

. Exploring research methods blogs in psychology: Who posts what about whom, with what effect. In press, Perspectives on Psychological Science, 2019.

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. Stereotype content model: How we make sense of individuals and groups. In press, Social Psychology: Handbook of Basic Principles (2nd ed), 2019.

. Other than the sum: Hispanic and Middle Eastern categorizations of Black-White mixed-race faces. In Social and Personality Psychological Science, 2018.

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. Constructing race: How people categorize others and themselves in racial terms. In Handbook of Categorization in Cognitive Science, 2017.

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. Mind the overlap in multiple categorization: A review of crossed categorization, intersectionality, and multiracial perception. In Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 2017.

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. Status, power, and intergroup relations: The personal is the societal. In Current Opinion in Psychology, 2016.

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. Estimating the reproducibility of psychological science. In Science, 2015.

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. Looking Black or looking back? Using phenotype and ancestry to make racial categorizations. In Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 2015.

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. “That’s so gay!” Priming the general negative usage of the word gay increases implicit anti-gay bias. In The Journal of Social Psychology, 2012.

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