Recent Submissions

  • Forming impressions: effects of facial expression and gender stereotypes 

    Hack, Tay (SAGE, 2014-04-01)
    The present study of 138 participants explored how facial expressions and gender stereotypes influence impressions. It was predicted that images of smiling women would be evaluated more favorably on traits reflecting warmth, ...
  • Powerless Men and Agentic Women: Gender Bias in Hiring Decisions 

    Hoover, Anne E.; Hack, Tay; Garcia, Amber L.; Goodfriend, Wind; Habashi, Meara M. (Springer Science+Business Media, LLC, 2018-09-26)
    We examined male power-roles as a potential moderator of gender bias in hiring decisions. Drawing from previous work on perceptions of agentic women and precarious manhood theory, we predicted that men in low-power roles ...
  • Emotion Priming and Reversing Initial Impressions 

    Demere, Krysta; Forbes, James (2013-10-02)
    Participants completed an emotion priming task, read vignettes describing another’s behavior positively or negatively, then rated their impressions. Reading subsequent vignettes depicting behavior contrary to participants’ ...