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Jedi public health: Co-creating an identity-safe culture to promote health equity
The extent to which socially-assigned and culturally mediated social identity affects health depends on contingencies of social identity that vary across and within populations in day-to-day life.Expand
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Identity threat at work: how social identity threat and situational cues contribute to racial and ethnic disparities in the workplace.
Significant disparities remain between racial and ethnic minorities' and Whites' experiences of American workplaces. Traditional prejudice and discrimination approaches explain these gaps in hiring,Expand
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Leveraging Motivational Mindsets to Foster Positive Interracial Interactions
As the United States becomes increasingly diverse, interracial contact will become considerably less rare. Much research has suggested that interracial interactions are often stressful andExpand
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Messages about brilliance undermine women's interest in educational and professional opportunities
Abstract Pervasive cultural stereotypes associate brilliance with men, not women. Given these stereotypes, messages suggesting that a career requires brilliance may undermine women's interest.Expand
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Modern prejudice: Subtle, but unconscious? The role of Bias Awareness in Whites' perceptions of personal and others' biases
Abstract Three studies introduced the construct of bias awareness and examined its effect on Whites' responses to evidence of personal and others' racial biases. Contemporary theories of prejudiceExpand
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When your friends matter: The effect of White students' racial friendship networks on meta-perceptions and perceived identity contingencies☆
article i nfo Prior research suggests that people expect to be perceived negatively in interracial interactions but positively in intraracial interactions. The present research demonstrates that anExpand
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Give the Kid a Break—But Only if He's Straight: Retributive Motives Drive Biases Against Gay Youth in Ambiguous Punishment Contexts
Two studies addressed how people punish juvenile sex offenders in ambiguous punishment contexts. Sex offender registry laws now make voluntary sexual activity between juveniles a registration-worthyExpand
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The Brexit crisis, Ireland and British–Irish relations: Europeanisation and/or de-Europeanisation?
ABSTRACT Brexit is not solely a UK crisis. Ireland, more than any other member state, stands to be deeply and profoundly impacted by the UK’s departure from the EU. The crisis which Ireland faces isExpand
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