Corinne Moss-Racusin
Corinne Moss-Racusin
Assistant Professor of Psychology, Skidmore College
Verified email at skidmore.edu
TitleCited byYear
Science faculty’s subtle gender biases favor male students
CA Moss-Racusin, JF Dovidio, VL Brescoll, MJ Graham, J Handelsman
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (41), 16474-16479, 2012
18982012
Status incongruity and backlash effects: Defending the gender hierarchy motivates prejudice against female leaders
LA Rudman, CA Moss-Racusin, JE Phelan, S Nauts
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 48 (1), 165-179, 2012
6552012
Internalization of weight bias: Implications for binge eating and emotional well‐being
RM Puhl, CA Moss‐Racusin, MB Schwartz
Obesity 15 (1), 19-23, 2007
3802007
Weight stigmatization and bias reduction: perspectives of overweight and obese adults
RM Puhl, CA Moss-Racusin, MB Schwartz, KD Brownell
Health education research 23 (2), 347-358, 2007
3642007
When men break the gender rules: Status incongruity and backlash against modest men.
CA Moss-Racusin, JE Phelan, LA Rudman
Psychology of Men & Masculinity 11 (2), 140, 2010
3212010
Competent yet out in the cold: Shifting criteria for hiring reflect backlash toward agentic women
JE Phelan, CA Moss-Racusin, LA Rudman
Psychology of Women Quarterly 32 (4), 406-413, 2008
2952008
Disruptions in women's self-promotion: The backlash avoidance model
CA Moss-Racusin, LA Rudman
Psychology of women quarterly 34 (2), 186-202, 2010
1872010
Reactions to vanguards: Advances in backlash theory
LA Rudman, CA Moss-Racusin, P Glick, JE Phelan
Advances in experimental social psychology 45, 167-227, 2012
1202012
Quality of evidence revealing subtle gender biases in science is in the eye of the beholder
IM Handley, ER Brown, CA Moss-Racusin, JL Smith
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (43), 13201-13206, 2015
1142015
Scientific diversity interventions
CA Moss-Racusin, J van der Toorn, JF Dovidio, VL Brescoll, MJ Graham, ...
Science 343 (6171), 615-616, 2014
982014
Engaging men in gender initiatives: What change agents need to know
J Prime, CA Moss-Racusin
Catalyst, 2009
802009
When do we confront? Perceptions of costs and benefits predict confronting discrimination on behalf of the self and others
JJ Good, CA Moss-Racusin, DT Sanchez
Psychology of Women Quarterly 36 (2), 210-226, 2012
762012
Can evidence impact attitudes? Public reactions to evidence of gender bias in STEM fields
CA Moss-Racusin, AK Molenda, CR Cramer
Psychology of Women Quarterly 39 (2), 194-209, 2015
622015
Relationship contingency and sexual motivation in women: Implications for sexual satisfaction
DT Sanchez, CA Moss-Racusin, JE Phelan, J Crocker
Archives of Sexual Behavior 40 (1), 99-110, 2011
592011
The gender role motivation model of women’s sexually submissive behavior and satisfaction in heterosexual couples
DT Sanchez, JE Phelan, CA Moss-Racusin, JJ Good
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 38 (4), 528-539, 2012
502012
Gender differences in work-family guilt in parents of young children
JL Borelli, SK Nelson, LM River, SA Birken, C Moss-Racusin
Sex Roles 76 (5-6), 356-368, 2017
482017
Masculinity, status, and subordination: Why working for a gender stereotype violator causes men to lose status
VL Brescoll, EL Uhlmann, C Moss-Racusin, L Sarnell
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 48 (1), 354-357, 2012
452012
Reactions to gender egalitarian men: Perceived feminization due to stigma-by-association
LA Rudman, K Mescher, CA Moss-Racusin
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 16 (5), 572-599, 2013
442013
Building blocks of bias: Gender composition predicts male and female group members’ evaluations of each other and the group
TV West, ME Heilman, L Gullett, CA Moss-Racusin, JC Magee
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 48 (5), 1209-1212, 2012
362012
A “scientific diversity” intervention to reduce gender bias in a sample of life scientists
CA Moss-Racusin, J van der Toorn, JF Dovidio, VL Brescoll, MJ Graham, ...
CBE—Life Sciences Education 15 (3), ar29, 2016
272016
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