Amanda Williams
Amanda Williams
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An Eye for the I:Preferential Attention to the Eyes of Ingroup Members
K Kawakami, A Williams, D Sidhu, B Choma, R Rodriguez-Bailon, ...
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 107 (1), 1-20, 2014
752014
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
532016
Children's racial categorization in context
K Pauker, A Williams, JR Steele
Child Development Perspectives 10 (1), 33-38, 2016
452016
Racial microaggressions and perceptions of Internet memes
A Williams, C Oliver, K Aumer, C Meyers
Computers in Human Behavior 63, 424-432, 2016
402016
Women in mathematics: Examining the hidden barriers that gender stereotypes can impose
JR Steele, L Reisz, A Williams, K Kawakami
Women and minorities in science, technology, engineering and mathematics …, 2007
342007
Teachers’ Perceptions of Integrating Students withBehaviour Disorders: Challenges and Strategies
MTB Drysdale, A Williams, GJ Meaney
Exceptionality Education International 17 (3), 35-60, 2007
202007
Examining children's implicit racial attitudes using exemplar and category‐based measures
A Williams, JR Steele
Child Development 90 (3), e322-e338, 2019
192019
Stories that move them: Changing children's behaviour toward diverse peers
S McKeown, A Williams, K Pauker
Journal of community & applied social psychology 27 (5), 381-387, 2017
142017
The reliability of child-friendly race-attitude implicit association tests
A Williams, JR Steele
Frontiers in psychology 7, 1576, 2016
132016
The development of racial categorization in childhood
K Pauker, A Williams, JR Steele
The Wiley handbook of group processes in children and adolescents, 221-239, 2017
112017
Assessing children’s implicit attitudes using the affect misattribution procedure
A Williams, JR Steele, C Lipman
Journal of Cognition and Development 17 (3), 505-525, 2016
112016
Intersecting race and gender stereotypes: Implications for group-level attitudes
CE Phills, A Williams, JM Wolff, A Smith, R Arnold, K Felegy, ME Kuenzig
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 21 (8), 1172-1184, 2018
82018
Culture moderates the relationship between interdependence and face recognition
AH Ng, JR Steele, JY Sasaki, Y Sakamoto, A Williams
Frontiers in psychology 6, 1620, 2015
52015
Recommendations for contraception: examining the role of patients' age and race
A Williams, K Kajiwara, R Soon, J Salcedo, M Tschann, J Elia, K Pauker, ...
Hawai'i Journal of Medicine & Public Health 77 (1), 7, 2018
22018
I Like Me, I Like You Not?: The Development of Implicit Racial Attitudes in Childhood
AT Williams
York University, 2012
22012
Canadas, E., & Chung, D.(2014). An Eye for the I: Preferential Attention to the Eyes of Ingroup Members. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 170 (1), 1-20. https …
K Kawakami, A Williams, D Sidhu, B Choma, R Rodriguez-Bailon
in context. Child development perspectives, 10 (1), 33-38. DOI
K Pauker, A Williams, J Steele
RACIAL CATEGORIZATION IN CHILDHOOD
K Pauker, A Williams, JR Steele
Published in Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 107, 1-20
K Kawakami, A Williams, D Sidhu, BL Choma, R Rodriguez-Bailón, ...
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 107, 1-20, 0
Children’s Racial Categorization in Context Kristin Pauker University of Hawai ‘i Amanda Williams Sheffield Hallam University
JR Steele
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