Stephanie Reeves
Stephanie Reeves
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Indiana University
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The psychology of the affirmed learner: Spontaneous self-affirmation in the face of stress.
ST Brady, SL Reeves, J Garcia, V Purdie-Vaughns, JE Cook, ...
Journal of Educational Psychology 108 (3), 353, 2016
Self-affirmation facilitates minority middle schoolers' progress along college trajectories
JP Goyer, J Garcia, V Purdie-Vaughns, KR Binning, JE Cook, SL Reeves, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (29), 7594-7599, 2017
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
The nonverbal environment of self-esteem: Interactive effects of facial-expression and eye-gaze on perceivers' self-evaluations
SA Lamer, SL Reeves, M Weisbuch
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 56, 130-138, 2015
Caught up in red tape: bureaucratic hassles undermine sense of belonging in college among first generation students
SL Reeves
Psychological affordances help explain where a self-transcendent purpose intervention improves performance.
SL Reeves, MD Henderson, GL Cohen, RR Steingut, Q Hirschi, ...
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 2020
The conflicted language of interracial feedback.
KD Harber, S Reeves, JL Gorman, CH Williams, J Malin, JW Pennebaker
Journal of Educational Psychology 111 (7), 1220, 2019
Whose good old days? Organizational approaches to history shape experiences for members of historically marginalized groups
SL Reeves
The Ohio State University, 2019
When compassion leads to paternalism: How empathy can create perceptions of incompetence
SL Reeves
The Ohio State University, 2017
The Psychology of the Affirmed Learner: Spontaneous Self-Affirmation in
ST Brady, SL Reeves, J Garcia, V Purdie-Vaughns, JE Cook, ...
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