Tracie Stewart
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Perspective and prejudice: Antecedents and mediating mechanisms
JF Dovidio, M Ten Vergert, TL Stewart, SL Gaertner, JD Johnson, ...
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 30 (12), 1537-1549, 2004
From intervention to outcome: Processes in the reduction of bias
JF Dovidio, SL Gaertner, TL Stewart, VM Esses, M ten Vergert, G Hodson
Education programs for improving intergroup relations: Theory, research, and …, 2004
Homogeneity of gender groups in memory
F Lorenzi-Cioldi, AH Eagly, TL Stewart
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 31 (3), 193-217, 1995
White privilege awareness and efficacy to reduce racial inequality improve White Americans’ attitudes toward African Americans
TL Stewart, IM Latu, NR Branscombe, NL Phillips, H Ted Denney
Journal of Social Issues 68 (1), 11-27, 2012
Inferring a trait from a behavior has long-term, highly specific effects.
ER Smith, TL Stewart, RT Buttram
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 62 (5), 753, 1992
What we “say” and what we “think” about female managers: Explicit versus implicit associations of women with success
IM Latu, TL Stewart, AC Myers, CG Lisco, SB Estes, DK Donahue
Psychology of Women Quarterly 35 (2), 252-266, 2011
Do the “Eyes” Have It? A Program Evaluation of Jane Elliott's “Blue‐Eyes/Brown‐Eyes” Diversity Training Exercise1
TL Stewart, JR Laduke, C Bracht, BAM Sweet, KE Gamarel
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 33 (9), 1898-1921, 2003
Yes we can! Prejudice reduction through seeing (inequality) and believing (in social change)
TL Stewart, IM Latu, NR Branscombe, HT Denney
Psychological Science 21 (11), 1557-1562, 2010
Consider the situation: Reducing automatic stereotyping through situational attribution training
TL Stewart, IM Latu, K Kawakami, AC Myers
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 46 (1), 221-225, 2010
Enhanced learning and retention through “writing to learn” in the psychology classroom
TL Stewart, AC Myers, MR Culley
Teaching of Psychology 37 (1), 46-49, 2009
Attitude toward women's societal roles moderates the effect of gender cues on target individuation.
TL Stewart, PM Vassar, DT Sanchez, SE David
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 79 (1), 143, 2000
Epilepsy stigma and stigma by association in the workplace
C Parfene, TL Stewart, TZ King
Epilepsy & Behavior 15 (4), 461-466, 2009
Spontaneous stereotyping: A matter of prejudice?
TL Stewart, M Weeks, MB Lupfer
Social Cognition 21 (4), 263-298, 2003
What's in a name? The status implications of students' terms of address for male and female professors
HA Takiff, DT Sanchez, TL Stewart
Psychology of Women Quarterly 25 (2), 134-144, 2001
Implicit coping responses to racism predict African Americans' level of psychological distress
VJ Smith, TL Stewart, AC Myers, IM Latu
Basic and Applied Social Psychology 30 (3), 264-277, 2008
Gender biases in (inter) action: The role of interviewers’ and applicants’ implicit and explicit stereotypes in predicting women’s job interview outcomes
IM Latu, MS Mast, TL Stewart
Psychology of Women Quarterly 39 (4), 539-552, 2015
The effect of occupational status cues on memory for male and female targets
TL Stewart, PM Vassar
Psychology of Women Quarterly 24 (2), 161-169, 2000
The actor as context for social judgments: Effects of prior impressions and stereotypes.
TL Stewart, KA Doan, BE Gingrich, ER Smith
Journal of personality and social psychology 75 (5), 1132, 1998
The influence of attitudes toward women on the relative individuation of women and men in the Netherlands
TL Stewart, K Ad van, J Joly, MW Lippmann, BJ Hermsen, KR Harris
Psychology of Women Quarterly 28 (3), 240-245, 2004
The psychophysiology of social action: Facial electromyographic responses to stigmatized groups predict antidiscrimination action
TL Stewart, RT Amoss, BA Weiner, LA Elliott, DJ Parrott, CM Peacock, ...
Basic and applied social psychology 35 (5), 418-425, 2013
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