Denise Sekaquaptewa
Denise Sekaquaptewa
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Solo status, stereotype threat, and performance expectancies: Their effects on women’s performance
D Sekaquaptewa, M Thompson
Journal of experimental social psychology 39 (1), 68-74, 2003
The linguistic intergroup bias as an implicit indicator of prejudice
W Von Hippel, D Sekaquaptewa, P Vargas
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 33 (5), 490-509, 1997
Implicit stereotypes, gender identification, and math-related outcomes: A prospective study of female college students
AK Kiefer, D Sekaquaptewa
Psychological Science 18 (1), 13-18, 2007
Stereotypic explanatory bias: Implicit stereotyping as a predictor of discrimination
D Sekaquaptewa, P Espinoza, M Thompson, P Vargas, W von Hippel
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 39 (1), 75-82, 2003
On the role of encoding processes in stereotype maintenance
W Von Hippel, D Sekaquaptewa, P Vargas
Advances in experimental social psychology 27, 177-254, 1995
Implicit stereotypes and women’s math performance: How implicit gender-math stereotypes influence women’s susceptibility to stereotype threat
AK Kiefer, D Sekaquaptewa
Journal of experimental social psychology 43 (5), 825-832, 2007
The differential effects of solo status on members of high-and low-status groups
D Sekaquaptewa, M Thompson
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 28 (5), 694-707, 2002
My fair physicist? Feminine math and science role models demotivate young girls
DE Betz, D Sekaquaptewa
Social psychological and personality science 3 (6), 738-746, 2012
The effects of an academic environment intervention on science identification among women in STEM
LR Ramsey, DE Betz, D Sekaquaptewa
Social Psychology of Education 16, 377-397, 2013
When being different is detrimental: Solo status and the performance of women and racial minorities
M Thompson, D Sekaquaptewa
Analyses of social issues and public policy 2 (1), 183-203, 2002
Stereotype threat among women in finance: Negative effects on identity, workplace well-being, and recruiting
C Von Hippel, D Sekaquaptewa, M McFarlane
Psychology of Women Quarterly 39 (3), 405-414, 2015
Solo status and self-construal: being distinctive influences racial self-construal and performance apprehension in African American women.
D Sekaquaptewa, A Waldman, M Thompson
Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology 13 (4), 321, 2007
Armed Only with Paper and Pencil:" Low-Tech" Measures of Implicit Attitudes.
PT Vargas, D Sekaquaptewa, W von Hippel
The Guilford Press, 2007
The influence of gender stereotypes on role adoption in student teams
LA Meadows, D Sekaquaptewa
2013 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, 23.1217. 1-23.1217. 16, 2013
STEM stereotypic attribution bias among women in an unwelcoming science setting
J LaCosse, D Sekaquaptewa, J Bennett
Psychology of Women Quarterly 40 (3), 378-397, 2016
Beyond test performance: A broader view of stereotype threat
NA Lewis Jr, D Sekaquaptewa
Current Opinion in Psychology 11, 40-43, 2016
When appearance concerns make women look bad: Solo status and body image concerns diminish women’s academic performance
A Kiefer, D Sekaquaptewa, A Barczyk
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 42 (1), 78-86, 2006
Open science, communal culture, and women’s participation in the movement to improve science
MC Murphy, AF Mejia, J Mejia, X Yan, S Cheryan, N Dasgupta, M Destin, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (39), 24154-24164, 2020
Biased processing of stereotype-incongruency is greater for low than high status groups
D Sekaquaptewa, P Espinoza
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 40 (1), 128-135, 2004
Changing stereotypes, changing grades: A longitudinal study of stereotyping during a college math course
LR Ramsey, D Sekaquaptewa
Social Psychology of Education 14, 377-387, 2011
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