Paul Stermer
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Sex, lies, and video games: The portrayal of male and female characters on video game covers
MCR Burgess, SP Stermer, SR Burgess
Sex roles 57 (5), 419-433, 2007
Playing with prejudice: The prevalence and consequences of racial stereotypes in video games
MCR Burgess, KE Dill, SP Stermer, SR Burgess, BP Brown
Media Psychology 14 (3), 289-311, 2011
SeX-Box: Exposure to sexist video games predicts benevolent sexism.
SP Stermer, M Burkley
Psychology of Popular Media Culture 4 (1), 47, 2015
Video game playing and academic performance in college students
SR Burgess, SP Stermer, MCR Burgess
College Student Journal 46 (2), 376-388, 2012
Trait beliefs that make women vulnerable to math disengagement
M Burkley, J Parker, SP Stermer, E Burkley
Personality and Individual Differences 48 (2), 234-238, 2010
Xbox or SeXbox? An examination of sexualized content in video games
S Paul Stermer, M Burkley
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 6 (7), 525-535, 2012
The ugly duckling effect: Examining fixed versus malleable beliefs about beauty
M Burkley, E Burkley, SP Stermer, A Andrade, AC Bell, J Curtis
Social Cognition 32 (5), 466-483, 2014
Utility of the Illness Intrusiveness Scale in parents of children diagnosed with juvenile rheumatic diseases.
DA Fedele, JL Ryan, RR Ramsey, DMM Grant, MS Bonner, SP Stermer, ...
Rehabilitation Psychology 57 (1), 73, 2012
The double-edged sword of negative in-group stereotyping
M Burkley, A Andrade, SP Stermer, AC Bell
Social Cognition 31 (1), 15-30, 2013
SeX-Box: Exposure to sexist video games predicts benevolent sexism. Psychology of Popular Media Culture, 4 (1), 47–55
SP Stermer, M Burkley
Effects of Transportation Into a Video Game World on Aggressive Cognitions and Behaviors
SP Stermer
Oklahoma State University, 2013
Effects of Objectified Portrayals of Women: Comparing Video Games, Magazines, and Film
SP Stermer
Oklahoma State University, 2009
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