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Engineering exchanges: Daily social identity threat predicts burnout among female engineers
WM Hall, T Schmader, E Croft
Social Psychological and Personality Science 6 (5), 528-534, 2015
1532015
Climate control: The relationship between social identity threat and cues to an identity-safe culture.
W Hall, T Schmader, A Aday, M Inness, E Croft
Journal of personality and social psychology, 2018
882018
Decoding the Dynamics of Social Identity Threat in the Workplace: A Within-Person Analysis of Women’s and Men’s Interactions in STEM
W Hall, T Schmader, A Aday, E Croft
Social Psychological and Personality Science, 1948550618772582, 2018
692018
Stereotype threat in school and at work: Putting science into practice
T Schmader, WM Hall
Policy Insights from the Behavioral and Brain Sciences 1 (1), 30-37, 2014
672014
Stereotype threat in intergroup relations
T Schmader, W Hall, A Croft
APA handbook of personality and social psychology 2, 447-471, 2015
602015
L'eggo my ego: Reducing the gender gap in math by unlinking the self from performance
S Zhang, T Schmader, WM Hall
Self and Identity 12 (4), 400-412, 2013
352013
Engineering exchanges: Daily social identity threat predicts burnout among female engineers. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 6 (5), 528–534
WM Hall, T Schmader, E Croft
322015
Should I Stay or Should I go?: Women’s Implicit Stereotypic Associations Predict their Commitment and Fit in STEM
K Block, W Hall, T Schmader, M Inness, E Croft
PsyArXiv, 2018
30*2018
Gender gap in parental leave intentions: Evidence from 37 countries
MIT Olsson, S Van Grootel, K Block, C Schuster, L Meeussen, C Van Laar, ...
Political Psychology, 2023
132023
Climate change: An increase in norms for inclusion predicts greater fit and commitment for women in STEM
W Hall, T Schmader, M Inness, E Croft
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations, 13684302211035438, 2021
122021
Cracking the culture code: A tri-level model for cultivating inclusion in organizations.
T Schmader, HB Bergsieker, WM Hall
Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group, 2020
92020
Collectively constructing Gender-Inclusive work cultures in STEM
W Hall, T Schmader, EN Cyr, HB Bergsieker
European Review of Social Psychology, 1-48, 2022
72022
Why is it so Hard to Change? The Role of Self‐integrity Threat and Affirmation in Weight Loss
C Logel, W Hall, E Page‐Gould, GL Cohen
European Journal of Social Psychology, 0
6
The SAFE model: State authenticity as a function of three types of fit
A Aday, Y Guo, S Mehta, S Chen, W Hall, FM Götz, C Sedikides, ...
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 01461672231223597, 2023
52023
Engineering exchanges: Women’s daily experience of social identity threat in engineering cue burnout
WM Hall, T Schmader, E Croft
Social Psychological & Personality Science 6 (5), 528-534, 2015
52015
Making America great for whom?: How Trump’s Presidency affected fit and national identity among targets of bias
K Block, A Aday, WM Hall, T Schmader
Self and Identity, 1-35, 2022
42022
Rating the Honesty of White and Black Children via Implicit and Explicit Measures: Implications for Child Victims in the Criminal Justice System
AM O’Connor, W Hall, KL Campbell
Child maltreatment 28 (3), 450-461, 2023
32023
Stereotype threat
T Schmader, WM Hall
Emerging Trends in the Social and Behavioral Sciences: An Interdisciplinary …, 2015
22015
Novel Insights on Improving Gender Balance
Z Kinias, AH Eagly, C Cortland, W Hall, C Nater, A Rattan, A Aday, ...
Academy of Management Proceedings, 0
1*
Younger and older women, but not men, are implicitly biased to associate honesty with children.
AM O'Connor, W Hall, CEV Mahy, KL Campbell
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 2024
2024
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