Elena V. Stepanova, Ph.D.

Psychology Washington University, Saint Louis, St. Louis, MO 
"Elena Stepanova"


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Michael Strube grad student 2010 Washington University
 (Implicit and explicit racial attitudes: Moderation of racial typicality evaluations.)
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Stepanova EV, Strube MJ, Mazur KD. (2021) Task measuring implicit attractiveness as a function of skin tone and facial features: a failed replication. The Journal of Social Psychology. 1-15
Stepanova EV, Dunham Y, Rex M, et al. (2021) What Drives Racial Attitudes in Elementary School Children: Skin Tone, Facial Physiognomy, or Both? Psychological Reports. 124: 809-838
Stepanova EV, Bartholow BD, Scott Saults J, et al. (2018) Effects of Exposure to Alcohol-Related Cues on Racial Prejudice Social Psychology. 49: 113-124
Stepanova EV, Strube MJ. (2017) Attractiveness as a Function of Skin Tone and Facial Features: Evidence from Categorization Studies. The Journal of General Psychology. 1-20
Dent RB, Hagiwara N, Stepanova EV, et al. (2017) The role of feature-based discrimination in driving health disparities among Black Americans. Ethnicity & Health. 1-16
Cothran DL, Stepanova EV, Barlow KR. (2017) Studying Guilt Perception in Millennials Imagination, Cognition and Personality. 36: 379-399
Stepanova EV, Bartholow BD, Saults JS, et al. (2017) Effects of exposure to alcohol-related cues on racial discrimination European Journal of Social Psychology. 48: 380-387
Dunham Y, Dotsch R, Clark AR, et al. (2016) The Development of White-Asian Categorization: Contributions from Skin Color and Other Physiognomic Cues. Plos One. 11: e0158211
Stepanova EV, Strube MJ, Clote LE, et al. (2016) Pictorial Race Activation in Priming Measures Basic and Applied Social Psychology. 38: 223-239
Dunham Y, Stepanova EV, Dotsch R, et al. (2015) The development of race-based perceptual categorization: skin color dominates early category judgments. Developmental Science. 18: 469-83
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