Paul G. Davies
Paul G. Davies
Head and Professor of Psychology, University of British Columbia
Verified email at ubc.ca
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Seeing black: race, crime, and visual processing.
JL Eberhardt, PA Goff, VJ Purdie, PG Davies
Journal of personality and social psychology 87 (6), 876, 2004
13412004
Ambient belonging: how stereotypical cues impact gender participation in computer science.
S Cheryan, VC Plaut, PG Davies, CM Steele
Journal of personality and social psychology 97 (6), 1045, 2009
9992009
Looking deathworthy: Perceived stereotypicality of Black defendants predicts capital-sentencing outcomes
JL Eberhardt, PG Davies, VJ Purdie-Vaughns, SL Johnson
Psychological science 17 (5), 383-386, 2006
9022006
Consuming images: How television commercials that elicit stereotype threat can restrain women academically and professionally
PG Davies, SJ Spencer, DM Quinn, R Gerhardstein
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 28 (12), 1615-1628, 2002
8512002
Clearing the air: identity safety moderates the effects of stereotype threat on women's leadership aspirations.
PG Davies, SJ Spencer, CM Steele
Journal of personality and social psychology 88 (2), 276, 2005
8462005
Social identity contingencies: how diversity cues signal threat or safety for African Americans in mainstream institutions.
V Purdie-Vaughns, CM Steele, PG Davies, R Ditlmann, JR Crosby
Journal of personality and social psychology 94 (4), 615, 2008
8012008
Stereotype threat
SJ Spencer, C Logel, PG Davies
Annual review of psychology 67, 415-437, 2016
4942016
The space between us: stereotype threat and distance in interracial contexts.
PA Goff, CM Steele, PG Davies
Journal of personality and social psychology 94 (1), 91, 2008
4892008
The dynamic time course of stereotype activation: Activation, dissipation, and resurrection.
Z Kunda, PG Davies, BD Adams, SJ Spencer
Journal of personality and social psychology 82 (3), 283, 2002
1962002
The perils of double consciousness: The role of thought suppression in stereotype threat
C Logel, EC Iserman, PG Davies, DM Quinn, SJ Spencer
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 45 (2), 299-312, 2009
1332009
Differentially dangerous? Phenotypic racial stereotypicality increases implicit bias among ingroup and outgroup members
KB Kahn, PG Davies
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 14 (4), 569-580, 2011
1322011
A nation challenged: The impact of foreign threat on America's tolerance for diversity.
PG Davies, CM Steele, HR Markus
Journal of personality and social psychology 95 (2), 308, 2008
1052008
Stereotype threat and employment testing: A commentary
CM Steele, PG Davies
Human Performance 16 (3), 311-326, 2003
852003
Selectively friending: Racial stereotypicality and social rejection
MR Hebl, MJ Williams, JM Sundermann, HJ Kell, PG Davies
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 48 (6), 1329-1335, 2012
612012
The Gender-Gap Artifact: Women's Underperformance in Quantitative Domains Through the Lens of Stereotype Threat.
PG Davies, SJ Spencer
Cambridge University Press, 2005
452005
What influences shooter bias? The effects of suspect race, neighborhood, and clothing on decisions to shoot
KB Kahn, PG Davies
Journal of Social Issues 73 (4), 723-743, 2017
432017
When Benevolence Backfires: Benevolent Sexists' Opposition to Elective and Traumatic Abortion1
D Osborne, PG Davies
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 42 (2), 291-307, 2012
422012
Benevolent sexism, attitudes toward motherhood, and reproductive rights: A multi-study longitudinal examination of abortion attitudes
Y Huang, PG Davies, CG Sibley, D Osborne
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 42 (7), 970-984, 2016
412016
Self-image maintenance goals and sociocultural norms in motivated social perception
S Fein, E Hoshino-Browne, PG Davies, SJ Spencer
Motivated social perception: The Ontario symposium 9, 21-44, 2003
412003
Eyewitness identifications are affected by stereotypes about a suspect’s level of perceived stereotypicality
D Osborne, PG Davies
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 16 (4), 488-504, 2013
372013
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