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  • Harvesting implicit group attitudes and beliefs from a demonstration web site.

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  • Racial bias in mock juror decision-making: A meta-analytic review of defendant treatment.

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  • The African-American Labor Force in the Recovery.

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  • The Hispanic-White Achievement Gap in Math and Reading in the Elementary Grades.

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  • Experiencing and coping with stigmatization. In J. Simpson & J. Dovidio (Associate Eds.), APA handbook of personality and social psychology, Vol.2: Interpersonal relations and group processes.

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  • Interacting across group lines. In J. Simpson & J. Dovidio (Associate Eds.), APA handbook of personality and social psychology, Vol.2: Interpersonal relations and group processes.

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  • Affirmative meritocracy

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  • NATÕL CTR. FOR STATE COURTS, HELPING COURTS ADDRESS IMPLICIT BIAS: RESOURCES FOR EDUCATION

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  • Divergent intergroup perspectives. In L. R. Tropp (Ed.), Oxford handbook of intergroup conflict

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  • Students’ Race and Teachers’ Social Support Affect the Positive Feedback Bias in Public Schools.

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  • To whom can I turn? Maintenance of positive intergroup relations in the face of intergroup conflict.

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  • The role of group power in intergroup contact. To appear in G. Hodson & M. Hewstone (Eds.), Advances in intergroup contact.

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  • Secondary transfer effects of intergroup contact: A cross-national comparison in Europe.

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  • Intergroup processes: From prejudice to positive relations between groups. In K. Deaux & M. Snyder (Eds.), Oxford handbook of personality and social psychology

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  • Intergroup contact. In L. R. Tropp (Ed.), Oxford handbook of intergroup conflict

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  • How minority members’ perceptions of majority members’ acculturation preferences shape minority members’ own acculturation preferences: Evidence from Chile.

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  • Diversity beliefs as moderator of the contact-prejudice relationship. Social Psychology, 42, 271-278.

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  • Approaching versus avoiding intergroup contact: The role of expectancies and motivation. In L. R. Tropp & R. K. Mallett (Eds.), Moving beyond prejudice reduction: Pathways to positive intergroup relations

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