Benjamin Y Cheung
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Evidence for a Sensitive Period for Acculturation Younger Immigrants Report Acculturating at a Faster Rate
BY Cheung, M Chudek, SJ Heine
Psychological science 22 (2), 147-152, 2011
2332011
Can merely learning about obesity genes affect eating behavior?
I Dar-Nimrod, BY Cheung, MB Ruby, SJ Heine
Appetite 81, 269-276, 2014
632014
Essentially biased: Why people are fatalistic about genes
SJ Heine, I Dar-Nimrod, BY Cheung, T Proulx
Advances in Experimental Social Psychology, 2016
602016
Do scientific theories affect men's evaluations of sex crimes?
I Dar‐Nimrod, SJ Heine, BY Cheung, M Schaller
Aggressive Behavior 37 (5), 440-449, 2011
432011
The Double-Edged Sword of Genetic Accounts of Criminality Causal Attributions From Genetic Ascriptions Affect Legal Decision Making
BY Cheung, SJ Heine
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 41 (12), 1723-1738, 2015
402015
Crowdsourcing hypothesis tests: Making transparent how design choices shape research results
J Landy, M Jia, I Ding, D Viganola, W Tierney, A Dreber, M Johanneson, ...
Psychological Bulletin, 2019
262019
Am I My Genes? Perceived Genetic Etiology, Intrapersonal Processes, and Health
BY Cheung, I Dar‐Nimrod, K Gonsalkorale
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 8 (11), 626-637, 2014
172014
US Immigrants’ Patterns of Acculturation are Sensitive to Their Age, Language, and Cultural Contact but Show No Evidence of a Sensitive Window for Acculturation
M Chudek, BY Cheung, SJ Heine
Journal of Cognition and Culture 15 (1-2), 174-190, 2015
162015
Making Sense of Genetics: The Problem of Essentialism
SJ Heine, BY Cheung, A Schmalor
Hastings Center Report 49, S19-S26, 2019
52019
Out of my control: the effects of perceived genetic etiology
BY Cheung
University of British Columbia, 2016
22016
Essentially Biased: Why People Are Fatalistic About Genes
I Dar-Nimrod, B Cheung, S Heine, T Proulx
Academic Press, 2017
2017
Genetic Coefficient of Variance
BY Cheung
Encyclopedia of Personality and Individual Differences, 1-4, 2017
2017
A potential developmental barrier for immigrants? Mixed evidence that a sensitive period affects acculturation
BY Cheung
University of British Columbia, 2011
2011
Tweet Your Knowledge
B Cheung
Genetic Essentialist Biases
BY Cheung, I Dar-Nimrod, K Gonsalkorale
IMMIGRANTS’PATTERNS OF ACCULTURATION ARE SENSITIVE TO THEIR AGE, LANGUAGE AND CULTURAL CONTACT
M CHUDEK, B CHEUNG, S HEINE
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