Emily Cross
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When does men’s hostile sexism predict relationship aggression? The moderating role of partner commitment
EJ Cross, NC Overall, MD Hammond, GJO Fletcher
Social Psychological and Personality Science 8 (3), 331-340, 2017
462017
Internalizing sexism within close relationships: Perceptions of intimate partners’ benevolent sexism promote women’s endorsement of benevolent sexism.
MD Hammond, NC Overall, EJ Cross
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 110 (2), 214, 2016
442016
An Interdependence Account of Sexism and Power: Men’s Hostile Sexism, Biased Perceptions of Low Power, and Relationship Aggression
EJ Cross, NC Overall, RST Low, JK McNulty
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 2018
412018
Emotion regulation, conflict resolution, and spillover on subsequent family functioning.
RST Low, NC Overall, EJ Cross, AME Henderson
Emotion 19 (7), 1162, 2019
322019
Perceiving partners to endorse benevolent sexism attenuates highly anxious women’s negative reactions to conflict
EJ Cross, NC Overall, MD Hammond
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 42 (7), 923-940, 2016
272016
Women's attraction to benevolent sexism: Needing relationship security predicts greater attraction to men who endorse benevolent sexism
EJ Cross, NC Overall
European Journal of Social Psychology 48 (3), 336-347, 2018
252018
Women experience more serious relationship problems when male partners endorse hostile sexism
EJ Cross, NC Overall
European journal of social psychology 49 (5), 1022-1041, 2019
112019
Internalizing sexism in close relationships: The perceived sexism of partners maintains women’s endorsement of benevolent sexism
MD Hammond, NC Overall, EJ Cross
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 110, 214-238, 2016
112016
Relationship problems, agreement and bias in perceptions of partners’ parental responsiveness, and family functioning.
EJ Cross, NC Overall, RST Low, AME Henderson
Journal of Family Psychology 35 (4), 510, 2021
62021
Relationship (in) security is central to the sources and outcomes of sexist attitudes
MD Hammond, EJ Cross, NC Overall
Social and personality psychology compass 14 (3), e12522, 2020
52020
Masculine gender role stress, low relationship power, and aggression toward intimate partners.
AG Harrington, NC Overall, EJ Cross
Psychology of Men & Masculinities 22 (1), 48, 2021
42021
Attachment insecurity and the regulation of power and dependence in intimate relationships.
NC Overall, EJ Cross
Cambridge University Press, 2019
42019
Sexist Attitudes and Family Aggression during COVID-19 Lockdown
N Overall
PsyArXiv, 2020
2*2020
Conflict-coparenting spillover: The role of actors’ and partners’ attachment insecurity and gender.
CS McRae, NC Overall, AME Henderson, RST Low, EJ Cross
Journal of Family Psychology, 2021
2021
Does low self-esteem predict lower wellbeing following relationship dissolution?
EJ Cross, NC Overall, SD Jayamaha, CG Sibley
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 02654075211005843, 2021
2021
An Interdependence Account of When, Why, and How Men’s Hostile Sexism Promotes Aggression and Creates Problems in Intimate Relationships
E Cross
PhD Thesis-University of Auckland, 2018
2018
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