Madeline E. Heilman
Madeline E. Heilman
Professor of Psychology, New York University
Verified email at nyu.edu
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Description and prescription: How gender stereotypes prevent women's ascent up the organizational ladder
ME Heilman
Journal of social issues 57 (4), 657-674, 2001
24632001
Penalties for success: reactions to women who succeed at male gender-typed tasks.
ME Heilman, AS Wallen, D Fuchs, MM Tamkins
Journal of applied psychology 89 (3), 416, 2004
14722004
Sex bias in work settings: The lack of fit model.
ME Heilman
Research in organizational behavior, 1983
12151983
Has anything changed? Current characterizations of men, women, and managers.
ME Heilman, CJ Block, RF Martell, MC Simon
Journal of applied psychology 74 (6), 935, 1989
9781989
Why are women penalized for success at male tasks?: the implied communality deficit.
ME Heilman, TG Okimoto
Journal of applied psychology 92 (1), 81, 2007
8452007
Gender stereotypes and workplace bias
ME Heilman
Research in organizational Behavior 32, 113-135, 2012
7022012
When fit is fundamental: performance evaluations and promotions of upper-level female and male managers.
KS Lyness, ME Heilman
Journal of Applied Psychology 91 (4), 777, 2006
6662006
Same behavior, different consequences: reactions to men's and women's altruistic citizenship behavior.
ME Heilman, JJ Chen
Journal of Applied Psychology 90 (3), 431, 2005
5282005
Presumed incompetent? Stigmatization and affirmative action efforts.
ME Heilman, CJ Block, JA Lucas
Journal of Applied Psychology 77 (4), 536, 1992
5021992
When beauty is beastly: The effects of appearance and sex on evaluations of job applicants for managerial and nonmanagerial jobs
ME Heilman, LR Saruwatari
Organizational Behavior and Human Performance 23 (3), 360-372, 1979
4981979
Social science research on trial: Use of sex stereotyping research in Price Waterhouse v. Hopkins..
ST Fiske, DN Bersoff, E Borgida, K Deaux, ME Heilman
American Psychologist 46 (10), 1049, 1991
4921991
Sex stereotypes: Do they influence perceptions of managers?
ME Heilman, CJ Block, RF Martell
Journal of Social behavior and Personality 10 (4), 237, 1995
4751995
Sex stereotypes and their effects in the workplace: What we know and what we don't know
ME Heilman
Journal of Social Behavior and Personality 10 (4), 3, 1995
4251995
Motherhood: a potential source of bias in employment decisions.
ME Heilman, TG Okimoto
Journal of Applied Psychology 93 (1), 189, 2008
3182008
No credit where credit is due: attributional rationalization of women's success in male-female teams.
ME Heilman, MC Haynes
Journal of applied Psychology 90 (5), 905, 2005
3152005
Entrepreneurship as a solution: the allure of self-employment for women and minorities
ME Heilman, JJ Chen
Human Resource Management Review 13 (2), 347-364, 2003
2992003
Gender stereotypes are alive, well, and busy producing workplace discrimination
ME Heilman, AH Eagly
Industrial and Organizational Psychology 1 (4), 393-398, 2008
2932008
The affirmative action stigma of incompetence: Effects of performance information ambiguity
ME Heilman, CJ Block, P Stathatos
Academy of Management Journal 40 (3), 603-625, 1997
2791997
Intentionally favored, unintentionally harmed? Impact of sex-based preferential selection on self-perceptions and self-evaluations.
ME Heilman, MC Simon, DP Repper
Journal of Applied Psychology 72 (1), 62, 1987
2701987
Attractiveness and corporate success: Different causal attributions for males and females.
ME Heilman, MH Stopeck
Journal of Applied Psychology 70 (2), 379, 1985
2601985
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