Kimberly Kahn
Kimberly Kahn
Associate Professor of Social Psychology, Portland State University
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Differentially dangerous? Phenotypic racial stereotypicality increases implicit bias among ingroup and outgroup members
KB Kahn, PG Davies
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 14 (4), 569-580, 2011
The space between us and them: Perceptions of status differences
K Kahn, AK Ho, J Sidanius, F Pratto
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 12 (5), 591-604, 2009
Policing and race: Disparate treatment, perceptions, and policy responses
KB Kahn, KD Martin
Social Issues and Policy Review 10 (1), 82-121, 2016
Racism leads to pushups: How racial discrimination threatens subordinate men's masculinity
PA Goff, BAL Di Leone, KB Kahn
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 48 (5), 1111-1116, 2012
Racial bias in driver yielding behavior at crosswalks
T Goddard, KB Kahn, A Adkins
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 33, 1-6, 2015
How psychological science impedes intersectional thinking
PA Goff, KB Kahn
Du Bois Review 10 (2), 365, 2013
Racial bias in policing: Why we know less than we should
P Atiba Goff, K Barsamian Kahn
Social Issues and Policy Review 6 (1), 177-210, 2012
Prejudice, discrimination, and the Internet
J Glaser, KB Kahn
The social net: Understanding human behavior in cyberspace, 247-274, 2005
Can fixed views of ability boost performance in the context of favorable stereotypes?
R Mendoza-Denton, K Kahn, W Chan
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 44 (4), 1187-1193, 2008
Protecting whiteness: White phenotypic racial stereotypicality reduces police use of force
KB Kahn, PA Goff, JK Lee, D Motamed
Social Psychological and Personality Science 7 (5), 403-411, 2016
The social net: Understanding our online behavior
Y Amichai-Hamburger
OUP Oxford, 2013
How suspect race affects police use of force in an interaction over time.
KB Kahn, JS Steele, JM McMahon, G Stewart
Law and human behavior 41 (2), 117, 2017
What influences shooter bias? The effects of suspect race, neighborhood, and clothing on decisions to shoot
KB Kahn, PG Davies
Journal of Social Issues 73 (4), 723-743, 2017
When do high and low status group members support confrontation? The role of perceived pervasiveness of prejudice
KB Kahn, M Barreto, CR Kaiser, MS Rego
British Journal of Social Psychology 55 (1), 27-43, 2016
The collective value of “me”(and its limitations): Towards a more nuanced understanding of individual and collective coping with prejudice
JC Becker, M Barreto, KB Kahn, SH de Oliveira Laux
Journal of Social Issues 71 (3), 497-516, 2015
Online prejudice and discrimination: From dating to hating
KB Kahn, K Spencer, J Glaser
The social net: Understanding our online behavior 2, 201-219, 2013
The effects of perceived phenotypic racial stereotypicality and social identity threat on racial minorities’ attitudes about police
KB Kahn, JK Lee, B Renauer, KR Henning, G Stewart
The Journal of Social Psychology 157 (4), 416-428, 2017
Benevolent racism? The impact of target race on ambivalent sexism
JM McMahon, KB Kahn
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 19 (2), 169-183, 2016
Shooting deaths of unarmed racial minorities: Understanding the role of racial stereotypes on decisions to shoot.
KB Kahn, JM McMahon
Translational Issues in Psychological Science 1 (4), 310, 2015
Mental health, race, and police contact: intersections of risk and trust in the police
M Thompson, KB Kahn
Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management, 2016
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