Colleen Carpinella
Colleen Carpinella
Doctoral Candidate in Social Psychology, UCLA
Verified email at ucla.edu
TitleCited byYear
The Robotic Social Attributes Scale (RoSAS) Development and Validation
CM Carpinella, AB Wyman, MA Perez, SJ Stroessner
Proceedings of the 2017 ACM/IEEE International Conference on human-robot …, 2017
822017
Early processing of gendered facial cues predicts the electoral success of female politicians
E Hehman, CM Carpinella, KL Johnson, JB Leitner, JB Freeman
Social Psychological and Personality Science 5 (7), 815-824, 2014
632014
Appearance-based politics: Sex-typed facial cues communicate political party affiliation
CM Carpinella, KL Johnson
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 49 (1), 156-160, 2013
462013
Gendered facial cues influence race categorizations
CM Carpinella, JM Chen, DL Hamilton, KL Johnson
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 41 (3), 405-419, 2015
372015
The gendered face of partisan politics: Consequences of facial sex typicality for vote choice
CM Carpinella, E Hehman, JB Freeman, KL Johnson
Political Communication 33 (1), 21-38, 2016
302016
Emergent research in social vision: An integrated approach to the determinants and consequences of social categorization
KL Johnson, DJ Lick, CM Carpinella
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 9 (1), 15-30, 2015
242015
Politics of the face: The role of sex-typicality in trait assessments of politicians
CM Carpinella, KL Johnson
Social Cognition 31 (6), 770-779, 2013
212013
The role of diversity exposure in whites’ reduction in race essentialism over time
K Pauker, C Carpinella, C Meyers, DM Young, DT Sanchez
Social Psychological and Personality Science 9 (8), 944-952, 2018
142018
Malleability in biracial categorizations: The impact of geographic context and targets' racial heritage
K Pauker, CM Carpinella, DJ Lick, DT Sanchez, KL Johnson
Social Cognition 36 (5), 461-480, 2018
92018
Visual information and candidate evaluations: the influence of feminine and masculine images on support for female candidates
NM Bauer, C Carpinella
Political Research Quarterly 71 (2), 395-407, 2018
92018
Reverse-correlating mental representations of sex-typed bodies: the effect of number of trials on image quality
DJ Lick, CM Carpinella, MA Preciado, RP Spunt, KL Johnson
Frontiers in psychology 4, 476, 2013
72013
Social categorization at the crossroads: Mechanisms by which intersecting social categories bias social perception
KL Johnson, CM Carpinella
Social thinking and interpersonal behavior: Proceedings of the 14th Sydney …, 2012
72012
The authority of appearance: How robot features influence trait inferences and evaluative responses
J Benitez, AB Wyman, CM Carpinella, SJ Stroessner
2017 26th IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive …, 2017
52017
Visual Political Communication: The Impact of Facial Cues from Social Constituencies to Personal Pocketbooks
CM Carpinella, KL Johnson
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 10 (5), 281-297, 2016
52016
What are you? Differences in racial labeling between Hawai’i and Northern California children
A Chong, L Coffinet, J Tagomori, C Meyers, C Carpinella, K Pauker
Poster presented at the Biennial Meeting of Society for Research in Child …, 2015
52015
Lay theories of gender influence support for women and transgender people’s legal rights
LS Wilton, AN Bell, CM Carpinella, DM Young, C Meyers, R Clapham
Social Psychological and Personality Science 10 (7), 883-894, 2019
32019
Face Value: Facial Appearance and Assessments of Politicians
CM Carpinella, KL Johnson
Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics, 2016
22016
A visual analysis of gender stereotypes in campaign advertising
C Carpinella, NM Bauer
Politics, Groups, and Identities, 1-18, 2019
12019
What's in a shape? Evidence of gender category associations with basic forms
SJ Stroessner, J Benitez, MA Perez, AB Wyman, CM Carpinella, ...
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 87, 103915, 2020
2020
The Gendered Face of Partisan Politics
CM Carpinella, E Hehman, J Freeman, KL Johnson
Political Communication, 2015
2015
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