Kristin Pauker
Kristin Pauker
Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Hawaii at Manoa
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Race is gendered: How covarying phenotypes and stereotypes bias sex categorization.
KL Johnson, JB Freeman, K Pauker
Journal of personality and social psychology 102 (1), 116, 2012
2732012
In blind pursuit of racial equality?
EP Apfelbaum, K Pauker, SR Sommers, N Ambady
Psychological science 21 (11), 1587-1592, 2010
2032010
Not so black and white: memory for ambiguous group members.
K Pauker, M Weisbuch, N Ambady, SR Sommers, RB Adams Jr, Z Ivcevic
Journal of personality and social psychology 96 (4), 795, 2009
1892009
The subtle transmission of race bias via televised nonverbal behavior
M Weisbuch, K Pauker, N Ambady
Science 326 (5960), 1711-1714, 2009
1812009
Learning (not) to talk about race: When older children underperform in social categorization.
EP Apfelbaum, K Pauker, N Ambady, SR Sommers, MI Norton
Developmental psychology 44 (5), 1513, 2008
1682008
Race salience and essentialist thinking in racial stereotype development
K Pauker, N Ambady, EP Apfelbaum
Child Development 81 (6), 1799-1813, 2010
1522010
Continuous dynamics in the real-time perception of race
JB Freeman, K Pauker, EP Apfelbaum, N Ambady
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 46 (1), 179-185, 2010
1472010
“Prejudiced” behavior without prejudice? Beliefs about the malleability of prejudice affect interracial interactions.
PB Carr, CS Dweck, K Pauker
Journal of personality and social psychology 103 (3), 452, 2012
1072012
Multiracial faces: How categorization affects memory at the boundaries of race
K Pauker, N Ambady
Journal of Social Issues 65 (1), 69-86, 2009
952009
Biracial and monoracial infant own‐race face perception: an eye tracking study
SE Gaither, K Pauker, SP Johnson
Developmental science 15 (6), 775-782, 2012
742012
A perceptual pathway to bias: Interracial exposure reduces abrupt shifts in real-time race perception that predict mixed-race bias
JB Freeman, K Pauker, DT Sanchez
Psychological Science 27 (4), 502-517, 2016
572016
Looking the other way: The role of gaze direction in the cross-race memory effect
RB Adams Jr, K Pauker, M Weisbuch
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 46 (2), 478-481, 2010
562010
Race essentialism and social contextual differences in children's racial stereotyping
K Pauker, Y Xu, A Williams, AM Biddle
Child Development 87 (5), 1409-1422, 2016
502016
Ethnic identity and self‐esteem among Asian and European Americans: When a minority is the majority and the majority is a minority
Y Xu, JAM Farver, K Pauker
European Journal of Social Psychology 45 (1), 62-76, 2015
502015
Essentialist thinking predicts decrements in children’s memory for racially ambiguous faces.
SE Gaither, JR Schultz, K Pauker, SR Sommers, KB Maddox, N Ambady
Developmental psychology 50 (2), 482, 2014
472014
Children's racial categorization in context
K Pauker, A Williams, JR Steele
Child Development Perspectives 10 (1), 33-38, 2016
412016
Social belonging motivates categorization of racially ambiguous faces
SE Gaither, K Pauker, ML Slepian, SR Sommers
Social cognition 34 (2), 97-118, 2016
382016
When societal norms and social identity collide: The race talk dilemma for racial minority children
K Pauker, EP Apfelbaum, B Spitzer
Social psychological and personality science 6 (8), 887-895, 2015
362015
Fluid movement and fluid social cognition: Bodily movement influences essentialist thought
ML Slepian, M Weisbuch, K Pauker, B Bastian, N Ambady
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 40 (1), 111-120, 2014
272014
The role of diversity exposure in Whites’ reduction in race essentialism over time
K Pauker, C Carpinella, C Meyers, DM Young, DT Sanchez
Social Psychological and Personality Science 9 (8), 944-952, 2018
252018
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