Karyn L. Lewis, Ph.D.

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2014 Psychology University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, United States 
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Sara D. Hodges grad student 2014 University of Oregon
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Lewis KL, Hodges SD. (2015) Expanding the concept of belonging in academic domains: Development and validation of the ability uncertainty scale Learning and Individual Differences. 37: 197-202
Lewis KL, Smith JL, Hawkinson KE. (2014) Tuning out in order to fit in: The effects of gender role expectations and affiliation motives on men's interpersonal sensitivity Managing Interpersonal Sensitivity: Knowing When - and When Not - to Understand Others. 75-97
Hodges SD, Laurent SM, Lewis KL. (2014) Specially motivated, feminine or just female: Do women have an empathic accuracy advantage? Managing Interpersonal Sensitivity: Knowing When - and When Not - to Understand Others. 59-74
Smith JL, Lewis KL, Hawthorne L, et al. (2013) When trying hard isn't natural: women's belonging with and motivation for male-dominated STEM fields as a function of effort expenditure concerns. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 39: 131-43
Lewis KL, Hodges SD, Laurent SM, et al. (2012) Reading between the minds: the use of stereotypes in empathic accuracy. Psychological Science. 23: 1040-6
Hodges SD, Laurent SM, Lewis KL. (2011) Specially motivated, feminine, or just female: Do women have an empathic accuracy advantage? Managing Interpersonal Sensitivity: Knowing When - and When Not - to Understand Others. 59-74
Smith JL, Lewis KL. (2009) Men's interpersonal (mis)perception: Fitting in with gender norms following social rejection Sex Roles. 61: 252-264
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