Sarah E. Martiny

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  • International journal of cosmetic science
  • 2002
This paper looks at the basic requirements of hair styling products from a consumer's perspective before moving onto a very brief outline of the various chemistries available to the formulator. It then discusses the manufacture of vinyl pyrrolidone from acetylene. The properties of polyvinyl pyrrolidone are described, followed by the features and benefits(More)
Threatening test scenarios and their effect on emotions and motivation of women in math. Präsentation bei der 14. Fachgruppentagung Sozialpsychologie (FGSP) der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychologie (DGPs) in Bielefeld (Germany). To think or not to think – suppression and reappraisal of task-irrelevant thoughts under stereotype threat. Präsentation bei der(More)
Previous research has found that subtle reminders of negative stereotypes about one's group can lead individuals to underperform on stereotype-relevant tests (e.g., women in math, ethnic minorities on intelligence tests). This so called stereotype threat effect can contribute to systematic group differences in performance that can obscure the true abilities(More)
Based on research on stereotype threat and multiple identities, this work explores the beneficial effects of activating a positive social identity when a negative identity is salient on women's performance in sports. Further, in line with research on the effects of anxiety in sports, we investigate whether the activation of a positive social identity(More)
are Threatened I Want to Join 'Them' " –The Interaction of Stereotype Activation and Vertical Collectivism on Performance and Individual Mobility Motivation. (PAEPS) in Hildesheim (Germany). SchülerInnen profitieren von Stereotype Threat für türkischstämmige Migranten. Forschungsdaten war ich mitverantwortlich.
Although engaging in pleasant experiences following successful performance may be hedonically rewarding, in the present research we proposed that individuals might forego pleasant experiences when they have not yet completed a task. In Study 1 (N = 100), participants reported the extent to which they would like to engage in pleasant experiences in a(More)
Economic inequality is increasing both globally and in various countries around the world, and such inequality has been linked to worsening health, well-being, and social cohesion. A key predictor for whether people take action against inequality is the extent to which they perceive it as illegitimate. We investigate how two variables jointly predict the(More)
Past research on ethnic composition effects on migrant and ethnic majority students' performance has reported inconclusive results: Some studies have found no relationship between the proportion of migrant students in school and students' performance, some revealed positive effects, whereas others showed negative effects of the proportion of migrant(More)