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Sa-kiera Tiarra Jolynn Hudson
Sa-kiera Tiarra Jolynn Hudson
Assistant Professor at UC Berkeley Haas School of Business; Postdoctoral Fellow at Yale University
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Moving Beyond Implicit Bias Training: Policy Insights for Increasing Organizational Diversity
IN Onyeador, STJ Hudson, NA Lewis Jr
Policy Insights from the Behavioral and Brain Sciences 8 (1), 19-26, 2021
1672021
Preference for hierarchy is associated with reduced empathy and increased counter-empathy towards others, especially out-group targets
STJ Hudson, M Cikara, J Sidanius
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 85, 103871, 2019
882019
The pandemic as a portal: Reimagining psychological science as truly open and inclusive
A Ledgerwood, STJ Hudson, NA Lewis Jr, KB Maddox, CL Pickett, ...
Perspectives on Psychological Science 17 (4), 937-959, 2022
662022
The Theory of Gendered Prejudice
J Sidanius, STJ Hudson, GK Davis, R Bergh
The Oxford Handbook of Behavioral Political Science, 253, 2024
47*2024
Children use targets’ facial appearance to guide and predict social behavior.
TES Charlesworth, STJ Hudson, EJ Cogsdill, ES Spelke, MR Banaji
Developmental psychology 55 (7), 1400, 2019
432019
A synthesis of evidence for policy from behavioural science during COVID-19
J Navajas, K Ruggeri, SA Haslam, V Capraro, P Boggio, N Ellemers, ...
Nature ISSN 1476-4687 (online), 2023
34*2023
The roots of ecological dominance orientation: Assessing individual preferences for an anthropocentric and hierarchically organized world
F Uenal, J Sidanius, R Maertens, STJ Hudson, G Davis, A Ghani
Journal of Environmental Psychology 81, 101783, 2022
212022
Framing, Context, and the Misperception of Black–White Wealth Inequality
MW Kraus, STJ Hudson, JA Richeson
Social Psychological and Personality Science 13 (1), 4-13, 2022
162022
Gay= STIs? Exploring gay and lesbian sexual health stereotypes and their implications for prejudice and discrimination
DR Rice, STJ Hudson, NE Noll
European Journal of Social Psychology 52 (2), 326-341, 2022
122022
Racial equity in social psychological science: A guide for scholars, institutions, and the field
B Torrez, STJ Hudson, CH Dupree
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 17 (1), e12720, 2023
112023
Sexual orientation and race intersectionally reduce the perceived gendered nature of normative stereotypes in the United States
STJ Hudson, A Ghani
Psychology of Women Quarterly 48 (1), 56-79, 2024
7*2024
Preference for hierarchy is related to the motivation to feel less empathy and more schadenfreude towards low status people
STJ Hudson, M Cikara, J Sidanius
PsyArXiv, 2020
42020
Social Dominance Theory and Power Comparison
R Bergh, GK Davis, STJ Hudson, J Sidanius
Social Comparison, Judgment, and Behavior, 575-597, 2020
42020
The connections between personality, ideology and (counter‐) empathic emotions depend on the target
STJ Hudson, F Uenal
Journal of Personality, 2023
3*2023
Of Christians, Jews, and Muslims: When gender is unspecified, the default is men.
A Ghani, STJ Hudson, H Rumaney, J Sidanius
Psychology of Religion and Spirituality, 2023
32023
Cruelty and indifference are the point: Preference for hierarchy is related to support for policies that harm marginalized groups through feeling both less empathy and more …
STJ Hudson, M Cikara, J Sidanius
PsyArXiv, 2022
32022
Stereotyping, prejudice, and discrimination at the intersection of race and gender: An intersectional theory primer
STJ Hudson, A Myer, EC Berney
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 18 (2), e12939, 2024
22024
The Influence of Perceiver and Target Race in Hostile and Benevolent Sexist Attitudes
JT Campbell, STJ Hudson, KA Ratliff
Sex Roles 89 (11), 644-657, 2023
22023
The Misperception of Gender Economic Equality
IN Onyeador, STJ Hudson, J Rucker, N Daumeyer, K Zendell, E Albrecht, ...
PsyArXiv, 2023
12023
Asian American’s Endorsement of the Model Minority Myth & Solidarity with Other Minoritized Racial Groups
EE Kuo, STJ Hudson, J Richeson
OSF, 2024
2024
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