Kurt Hugenberg
Kurt Hugenberg
Professor of Psychology, Miami University
Verified email at muohio.edu
TitleCited byYear
Separating multiple processes in implicit social cognition: the quad model of implicit task performance.
FR Conrey, JW Sherman, B Gawronski, K Hugenberg, CJ Groom
Journal of personality and social psychology 89 (4), 469, 2005
Facing prejudice: Implicit prejudice and the perception of facial threat
K Hugenberg, GV Bodenhausen
Psychological Science 14 (6), 640-643, 2003
The cross-category effect: Mere social categorization is sufficient to elicit an own-group bias in face recognition
MJ Bernstein, SG Young, K Hugenberg
Psychological Science 18 (8), 706-712, 2007
Ambiguity in social categorization: The role of prejudice and facial affect in race categorization
K Hugenberg, GV Bodenhausen
Psychological Science 15 (5), 342-345, 2004
The categorization-individuation model: An integrative account of the other-race recognition deficit.
K Hugenberg, SG Young, MJ Bernstein, DF Sacco
Psychological review 117 (4), 1168, 2010
The self-regulation of automatic associations and behavioral impulses.
JW Sherman, B Gawronski, K Gonsalkorale, K Hugenberg, TJ Allen, ...
Psychological review 115 (2), 314, 2008
Categorization and individuation in the cross-race recognition deficit: Toward a solution to an insidious problem
K Hugenberg, J Miller, HM Claypool
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 43 (2), 334-340, 2007
Eye gaze as relational evaluation: Averted eye gaze leads to feelings of ostracism and relational devaluation
JH Wirth, DF Sacco, K Hugenberg, KD Williams
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 36 (7), 869-882, 2010
Social surrogacy: How favored television programs provide the experience of belonging
JL Derrick, S Gabriel, K Hugenberg
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 45 (2), 352-362, 2009
Class, race, and the face: Social context modulates the cross-race effect in face recognition
ER Shriver, SG Young, K Hugenberg, MJ Bernstein, JR Lanter
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 34 (2), 260-274, 2008
Social categorization and the perception of facial affect: target race moderates the response latency advantage for happy faces.
K Hugenberg
Emotion 5 (3), 267, 2005
Perception and motivation in face recognition: A critical review of theories of the cross-race effect
SG Young, K Hugenberg, MJ Bernstein, DF Sacco
Personality and Social Psychology Review 16 (2), 116-142, 2012
Implicit and explicit attitudes respond differently to increasing amounts of counterattitudinal information
RJ Rydell, AR McConnell, LM Strain, HM Claypool, K Hugenberg
European Journal of Social Psychology 37 (5), 867-878, 2007
The reappropriation of stigmatizing labels: Implications for social identity
AD Galinsky, K Hugenberg, C Groom, GV Bodenhausen
Identity issues in groups, 221-256, 2003
Social categorization and stereotyping: How social categorization biases person perception and face memory
K Hugenberg, DF Sacco
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 2 (2), 1052-1072, 2008
Being “in” with the in-crowd: The effects of social exclusion and inclusion are enhanced by the perceived essentialism of ingroups and outgroups
MJ Bernstein, DF Sacco, SG Young, K Hugenberg, E Cook
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 36 (8), 999-1009, 2010
Holistic processing is tuned for in‐group faces
K Hugenberg, O Corneille
Cognitive Science 33 (6), 1173-1181, 2009
Implicit theories about groups and stereotyping: The role of group entitativity
RJ Rydell, K Hugenberg, D Ray, DM Mackie
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 33 (4), 549-558, 2007
Mere social categorization modulates identification of facial expressions of emotion.
SG Young, K Hugenberg
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 99 (6), 964, 2010
Category membership moderates the inhibition of social identities
K Hugenberg, GV Bodenhausen
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 40 (2), 233-238, 2004
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