Sonia K. Kang
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Stereotype threat spillover: how coping with threats to social identity affects aggression, eating, decision making, and attention.
- M. Inzlicht, Sonia K. Kang
- Psychology, Medicine
- Journal of personality and social psychology
- 1 September 2010
Stereotype threat spillover is a situational predicament in which coping with the stress of stereotype confirmation leaves one in a depleted volitional state and thus less likely to engage in… Expand
Persuasive messages are more effective when they are custom-tailored to reflect the interests and concerns of the intended audience. Much of the message-framing literature has focused on the… Expand
The Moderating Role of Age-Group Identification and Perceived Threat on Stereotype Threat among Older Adults
Although research has shown that older adults are negatively affected by aging stereotypes, relatively few studies have attempted to identify those older adults who may be especially susceptible to… Expand
Beyond the double-jeopardy hypothesis: Assessing emotion on the faces of multiply-categorizable targets of prejudice
Prior research has shown that race influences perceptions of facial expressions, with hostility detected earlier on young male Black than White faces. This study examined whether the interplay of… Expand
Multiple identities in social perception and interaction: challenges and opportunities.
Categorization plays a fundamental role in organizing daily interactions with the social world. However, there is increasing recognition that social categorization is often complex, both because… Expand
Mechanisms of Identity Conflict
- J. Hirsh, Sonia K. Kang
- Medicine, Psychology
- Personality and social psychology review : an…
- 1 August 2016
Social identities are associated with normative standards for thought and action, profoundly influencing the behavioral choices of individual group members. These social norms provide frameworks for… Expand
Your mistakes are mine: Self-other overlap predicts neural response to observed errors
Abstract This study examined whether the degree to which one perceives overlap between the self and another person predicts the magnitude of the neural response of the anterior cingulate cortex (ACC)… Expand
Using interviews, a laboratory experiment, and a résumé audit study, we examine racial minorities’ attempts to avoid anticipated discrimination in labor markets by concealing or downplaying racial… Expand
The Neuroscience of Stigma and Stereotype Threat
This article reviews social neuroscience research on the experience of stigma from the target's perspective. More specifically, we discuss several research programs that employ… Expand
The development and validation of the Age-Based Rejection Sensitivity Questionnaire.
PURPOSE There is much evidence suggesting that older adults are often negatively affected by aging stereotypes; however, no method to identify individual differences in vulnerability to these effects… Expand