Allison Master
Allison Master
Assistant Professor, University of Houston
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Reducing the racial achievement gap: A social-psychological intervention
GL Cohen, J Garcia, N Apfel, A Master
science 313 (5791), 1307-1310, 2006
Cultural stereotypes as gatekeepers: Increasing girls’ interest in computer science and engineering by diversifying stereotypes
S Cheryan, A Master, AN Meltzoff
Frontiers in psychology 6, 123074, 2015
Computing whether she belongs: Stereotypes undermine girls’ interest and sense of belonging in computer science.
A Master, S Cheryan, AN Meltzoff
Journal of educational psychology 108 (3), 424, 2016
Breaking the cycle of mistrust: Wise interventions to provide critical feedback across the racial divide.
DS Yeager, V Purdie-Vaughns, J Garcia, N Apfel, P Brzustoski, A Master, ...
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 143 (2), 804, 2014
Academic and emotional functioning in middle school: the role of implicit theories.
C Romero, A Master, D Paunesku, CS Dweck, JJ Gross
Emotion 14 (2), 227, 2014
Self-theories motivate self-regulated learning
CS Dweck, A Master
Motivation and self-regulated learning, 31-51, 2012
Programming experience promotes higher STEM motivation among first-grade girls
A Master, S Cheryan, A Moscatelli, AN Meltzoff
Journal of experimental child psychology 160, 92-106, 2017
Self-Theories and Motivation: Students’ Beliefs About Intelligence
CS Dweck, A Master
Handbook of motivation at school, 137-154, 2009
Cultural stereotypes and sense of belonging contribute to gender gaps in STEM.
A Master, AN Meltzoff
International Journal of Gender, Science, and Technology 12 (1), 152-198, 2020
Gender stereotypes about interests start early and cause gender disparities in computer science and engineering
A Master, AN Meltzoff, S Cheryan
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (48), e2100030118, 2021
“Helping” versus “being a helper”: Invoking the self to increase helping in young children
CJ Bryan, A Master, GM Walton
Child development 85 (5), 1836-1842, 2014
Building bridges between psychological science and education: Cultural stereotypes, STEM, and equity
A Master, AN Meltzoff
Prospects 46 (2), 215-234, 2016
Minimal groups increase young children's motivation and learning on group‐relevant tasks
A Master, GM Walton
Child development 84 (2), 737-751, 2013
Gender Stereotypes Influence Children’s STEM Motivation
A Master
Child Development Perspectives, 2021
Targeted identity-safety interventions cause lasting reductions in discipline citations among negatively stereotyped boys.
JP Goyer, GL Cohen, JE Cook, A Master, N Apfel, W Lee, AG Henderson, ...
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 117 (2), 229, 2019
Social group membership increases STEM engagement among preschoolers.
A Master, S Cheryan, AN Meltzoff
Developmental Psychology 53 (2), 201, 2017
Creative destruction in science
W Tierney, JH Hardy III, CR Ebersole, K Leavitt, D Viganola, EG Clemente, ...
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 161, 291-309, 2020
Reducing adolescent girls’ concerns about STEM stereotypes: When do female teachers matter?
A Master**, S Cheryan***, AN Meltzoff****
Revue internationale de psychologie sociale 27 (3), 79-102, 2014
Thinking in categories or along a continuum: Consequences for children’s social judgments
A Master, EM Markman, CS Dweck
Child development 83 (4), 1145-1163, 2012
Intrinsic motivation in education
M Lepper, A Master, WQ Yow
Advances in motivation and achievement, Volume 15: Social psychological …, 2008
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