Aaron C. Kay, Ph.D.

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Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
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Social psychology
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Lee Ross grad student 2005 Stanford
 (The role of compensatory stereotypes and attributions in system justification.)
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Kim JY, Campbell TH, Shepherd S, et al. (2019) Understanding contemporary forms of exploitation: Attributions of passion serve to legitimize the poor treatment of workers. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
Kim JY, Fitzsimons GM, Kay AC. (2018) Lean in messages increase attributions of women's responsibility for gender inequality. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 115: 974-1001
Friesen JP, Laurin K, Shepherd S, et al. (2018) System justification: Experimental evidence, its contextual nature, and implications for social change. The British Journal of Social Psychology
Rahinel R, Amaral NB, Clarkson JJ, et al. (2016) On incidental catalysts of elaboration: Reminders of environmental structure promote effortful thought Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 64: 1-7
Proudfoot D, Kay AC, Koval CZ. (2015) A Gender Bias in the Attribution of Creativity: Archival and Experimental Evidence for the Perceived Association Between Masculinity and Creative Thinking. Psychological Science
Czopp AM, Kay AC, Cheryan S. (2015) Positive Stereotypes Are Pervasive and Powerful. Perspectives On Psychological Science : a Journal of the Association For Psychological Science. 10: 451-63
Landau MJ, Kay AC, Whitson JA. (2015) Compensatory control and the appeal of a structured world. Psychological Bulletin. 141: 694-722
Friesen JP, Campbell TH, Kay AC. (2015) The psychological advantage of unfalsifiability: the appeal of untestable religious and political ideologies. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 108: 515-29
Tullett AM, Kay AC, Inzlicht M. (2015) Randomness increases self-reported anxiety and neurophysiological correlates of performance monitoring. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience. 10: 628-35
van der Toorn J, Feinberg M, Jost JT, et al. (2015) A sense of powerlessness fosters system justification: Implications for the legitimation of authority, hierarchy, and government Political Psychology. 36: 93-110
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