Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Should I stay or should I go? Women’s implicit stereotypic associations predict their commitment and fit in STEM.

Gender stereotypes that associate science and technology to men more than women create subtle barriers to women’s advancement in these fields. But how do stereotypic associations, when internalized by women, relate to their own sense of fit and organiz…

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Donors’ social class and their prosocial reputation: Perceived authentic motivation as an underlying mechanism.

Donors’ social class may provide cues for others to judge their underlying motives and prosociality. We test whether donors’ social class affects their prosocial reputation through perceived authentic motivation. Across four studies, we find that low-c…

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: “We are the ‘human family’: Multicultural experiences predict less prejudice and greater concern for human rights through identification with humanity”: Correction to Sparkman & Eidelman.

Reports an error in “We are the “human family”: Multicultural experiences predict less prejudice and greater concern for human rights through identification with humanity” by David J. Sparkman and Scott Eidelman (Social Psychology, 2018, Vol 49[3], 135…

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