Nao Hagiwara
Nao Hagiwara
Associate Professor, Department of Psychology (Health, Social), Virginia Commonwealth University
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The ecology of automaticity: How situational contingencies shape action semantics and social behavior
J Cesario, JE Plaks, N Hagiwara, CD Navarrete, ET Higgins
Psychological Science 21 (9), 1311-1317, 2010
Why are attributions to discrimination interpersonally costly? A test of system-and group-justifying motivations
CR Kaiser, PS Dyrenforth, N Hagiwara
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 32 (11), 1423-1536, 2006
The effects of oncologist implicit racial bias in racially discordant oncology interactions
LA Penner, JF Dovidio, R Gonzalez, TL Albrecht, R Chapman, T Foster, ...
Journal of clinical oncology 34 (24), 2874, 2016
The independent effects of skin tone and facial features on Whites' affective reactions to Blacks
N Hagiwara, DA Kashy, J Cesario
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 48 (4), 892-898, 2012
Increasing or decreasing interest in activities: The role of regulatory fit.
ET Higgins, J Cesario, N Hagiwara, S Spiegel, T Pittman
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 98 (4), 559, 2010
Racial attitudes, physician–patient talk time ratio, and adherence in racially discordant medical interactions
N Hagiwara, LA Penner, R Gonzalez, S Eggly, JF Dovidio, SL Gaertner, ...
Social Science & Medicine 87, 123-131, 2013
Group identification moderates attitudes toward ingroup members who confront discrimination
CR Kaiser, N Hagiwara, LW Malahy, CL Wilkins
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 45 (4), 770-777, 2009
Racial healthcare disparities: A social psychological analysis
LA Penner, N Hagiwara, S Eggly, SL Gaertner, TL Albrecht, JF Dovidio
European review of social psychology 24 (1), 70-122, 2013
A social psychological approach to improving the outcomes of racially discordant medical interactions
LA Penner, S Gaertner, JF Dovidio, N Hagiwara, J Porcerelli, T Markova, ...
Journal of general internal medicine 28 (9), 1143-1149, 2013
Physician racial bias and word use during racially discordant medical interactions
N Hagiwara, RB Slatcher, S Eggly, LA Penner
Health communication 32 (4), 401-408, 2017
The effects of racial attitudes on affect and engagement in racially discordant medical interactions between non-Black physicians and Black patients
N Hagiwara, JF Dovidio, S Eggly, LA Penner
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 19 (4), 509-527, 2016
Should women applicants “man up” for traditionally masculine fields? Effectiveness of two verbal identity management strategies
JL Wessel, N Hagiwara, AM Ryan, CMY Kermond
Psychology of Women Quarterly 39 (2), 243-255, 2015
Unexpected findings in the exploration of African American underrepresentation in biospecimen collection and biobanks
N Hagiwara, L Berry-Bobovski, C Francis, L Ramsey, RA Chapman, ...
Journal of Cancer Education 29 (3), 580-587, 2014
Post-Hurricane Katrina racialized explanations as a system threat: Implications for Whites’ and Blacks’ racial attitudes
CR Kaiser, CP Eccleston, N Hagiwara
Social Justice Research 21 (2), 192-203, 2008
Patient, companion, and oncologist agreement regarding information discussed during triadic oncology clinical interactions
S Eggly, LA Penner, N Hagiwara, R Gonzalez, FWK Harper, EI Heath, ...
Psycho‐Oncology 22 (3), 637-645, 2013
Cancer stigma and its health consequences
D Fujisawa, N Hagiwara
Current Breast Cancer Reports 7 (3), 143-150, 2015
An analysis of race-related attitudes and beliefs in black cancer patients: Implications for health care disparities
LA Penner, JF Dovidio, N Hagiwara, T Foster, TL Albrecht, RA Chapman, ...
Journal of health care for the poor and underserved 27 (3), 1503, 2016
Gender identification moderates social identity threat effects on working memory
CR Kaiser, N Hagiwara
Psychology of Women Quarterly 35 (2), 243-251, 2011
Latent Semantic Analysis: A new measure of patient-physician communication
SR Vrana, DT Vrana, LA Penner, S Eggly, RB Slatcher, N Hagiwara
Social Science & Medicine 198, 22-26, 2018
“We get what we deserve”: the belief in a just world and its health consequences for Blacks
N Hagiwara, CJ Alderson, JM McCauley
Journal of behavioral medicine 38 (6), 912-921, 2015
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