Clara L. Wilkins
Clara L. Wilkins
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Racial progress as threat to the status hierarchy: Implications for perceptions of anti-White bias
CL Wilkins, CR Kaiser
Psychological science 25 (2), 439-446, 2014
1342014
Being mixed and mixed being: Who claims a biracial identity?
SS Townsend, S Fryberg, CL Wilkins, HR Markus
Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology 18 (1), 91-96, 2012
114*2012
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
862009
Group identification and prejudice: Theoretical and empirical advances and implications
CR Kaiser, CL Wilkins
Journal of Social Issues 66 (3), 461-476, 2010
742010
Racial stereotypes and interracial attraction: Phenotypic prototypicality and perceived attractiveness of Asians.
CL Wilkins, JF Chan, CR Kaiser
Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology 17 (4), 427, 2011
662011
You can win but I can't lose: Bias against high-status groups increases their zero-sum beliefs about discrimination
CL Wilkins, JD Wellman, LG Babbitt, NR Toosi, KD Schad
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 57, 1-14, 2015
632015
Detecting racial identification: The role of phenotypic prototypicality
CL Wilkins, CR Kaiser, H Rieck
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 46 (6), 1029-1034, 2010
522010
Image-based bidirectional scene reprojection
L Yang, YC Tse, PV Sander, J Lawrence, D Nehab, H Hoppe, CL Wilkins
Proceedings of the 2011 SIGGRAPH Asia Conference, 1-10, 2011
472011
The threat of racial progress and the self-protective nature of perceiving anti-White bias
CL Wilkins, A Hirsch, M Kaiser, Cheryl & Inkles
Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 1-12, 2016
362016
Status legitimizing beliefs predict positivity toward Whites who claim anti-White bias
CL Wilkins, JD Wellman, CR Kaiser
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 49 (6), 1114-1119, 2013
272013
Priming status‐legitimizing beliefs: Examining the impact on perceived anti‐White bias, zero‐sum beliefs, and support for A ffirmative A ction among W hite people
JD Wellman, X Liu, CL Wilkins
British Journal of Social Psychology 55 (3), 426-437, 2016
252016
When Men Perceive Anti-male Bias: Status-Legitimizing Beliefs Increase Discrimination Against Women
CL Wilkins, JD Wellman, EL Flavin, JA Manrique
Psychology of Men & Masculinity, 2017
132017
Reactions to anti-male sexism claims: The moderating roles of status-legitimizing belief endorsement and group identification
CL Wilkins, JD Wellman, KD Schad
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 20 (2), 173-185, 2017
102017
Appropriated racial oppression: Implications for mental health in Whites and Blacks
HS Versey, CC Cogburn, CL Wilkins, N Joseph
Social Science & Medicine 230, 295-302, 2019
72019
Racial minorities’ attitudes toward interracial couples: An intersection of race and gender
R Chuang, C Wilkins, M Tan, C Mead
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations, 1368430219899482, 2020
32020
Conflicting motivations: Understanding how low-status group members respond to ingroup discrimination claimants
JD Wellman, CL Wilkins, EE Newell, DK Stewart
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 45 (8), 1170-1183, 2019
22019
Is LGBT progress seen as an attack on Christians?: Examining Christian/sexual orientation zero-sum beliefs
CL Wilkins, J Wellman, NR Toosi, C Miller, J Lisnek, LA Martin
PsyArXiv, 2021
12021
Appropriated racial oppression: Implications for mental health in Whites and Blacks.
H Shellae Versey, CC Cogburn, CL Wilkins, N Joseph
Social Science & Medicine, 2019
12019
The Pandemic as a Portal: Reimagining Psychological Science as Truly Open and Inclusive
A Ledgerwood, STJ Hudson, N Lewis Jr, K Maddox, C Pickett, ...
PsyArXiv, 2021
2021
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