Zoe Kinias, Ph.D.

2007 University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA, United States 
Social Psychology
"Zoe Kinias"


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Diane M Mackie grad student 2007 UC Santa Barbara (Neurotree)
 (Antecedents and consequences of outgroup identification estimates.)
Brenda Major grad student 2007 UC Santa Barbara
 (Antecedents and consequences of outgroup identification estimates.)
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Stamkou E, van Kleef GA, Homan AC, et al. (2018) Cultural Collectivism and Tightness Moderate Responses to Norm Violators: Effects on Power Perception, Moral Emotions, and Leader Support. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 146167218802832
Kinias Z, Eagly AH, Cortland C, et al. (2018) Novel Insights on Improving Gender Balance Academy of Management Proceedings. 2018: 16334
Kinias Z, Sim J. (2016) Facilitating Women's Success in Business: Interrupting the Process of Stereotype Threat Through Affirmation of Personal Values. The Journal of Applied Psychology
Kinias Z, Kim HS, Hafenbrack AC, et al. (2014) Standing out as a signal to selfishness: Culture and devaluation of non-normative characteristics Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. 124: 190-203
Simon S, Kinias Z, O'Brien LT, et al. (2013) Prototypes of Discrimination: How Status Asymmetry and Stereotype Asymmetry Affect Judgments of Racial Discrimination Basic and Applied Social Psychology. 35: 525-533
Kinias Z, Kim HS. (2012) Culture and gender inequality: Psychological consequences of perceiving gender inequality Group Processes and Intergroup Relations. 15: 89-103
Seger CR, Smith ER, Kinias Z, et al. (2009) Knowing how they feel: Perceiving emotions felt by outgroups Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 45: 80-89
O'Brien LT, Kinias Z, Major B. (2008) How status and stereotypes impact attributions to discrimination: The stereotype-asymmetry hypothesis Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 44: 405-412
Sherman DK, Kinias Z, Major B, et al. (2007) The group as a resource: reducing biased attributions for group success and failure via group affirmation. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 33: 1100-12
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