Gretchen B. Sechrist, Ph.D.

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2000 University of Maryland, College Park, College Park, MD 
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Charles Stangor grad student 2000 University of Maryland
 (The influence of consensus information on intergroup beliefs and behavior.)
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Young AF, Gabriel S, Sechrist GB. (2012) The skinny on celebrities: Parasocial relationships moderate the effects of thin media figures on women's body image Social Psychological and Personality Science. 3: 659-666
Sechrist GB, Young AF. (2011) The influence of social consensus information on intergroup attitudes: the moderating effects of ingroup identification. The Journal of Social Psychology. 151: 674-95
Sechrist GB, Milford-Szafran LR. (2011) I depend on you, you depend on me. shouldn't we agree?: The influence of interdependent relationships on individuals' racial attitudes Basic and Applied Social Psychology. 33: 145-156
Sechrist GB, Delmar C. (2009) When do men and women make attributions to gender discrimination? the role of discrimination source Sex Roles. 61: 607-620
Sechrist GB, Swim JK. (2008) Psychological consequences of failing to attribute negative outcomes to discrimination Sex Roles. 59: 21-38
Sechrist GB, Stangor C. (2007) When are intergroup attitudes based on perceived consensus information? The role of group familiarity Social Influence. 2: 211-235
Sechrist GB, Milford LR. (2007) The influence of social consensus information on intergroup helping behavior Basic and Applied Social Psychology. 29: 365-374
Aspinwall LG, Sechrist GB, Jones PR. (2005) Expect the best and prepare for the worst: Anticipatory coping and preparations for Y2K Motivation and Emotion. 29: 357-388
Sechrist GB, Swim JK, Stangor C. (2004) When do the stigmatized make attributions to discrimination occurring to the self and others? The roles of self-presentation and need for control. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 87: 111-22
Killen M, Stangor C, Horn S, et al. (2004) Social reasoning about racial exclusion in intimate and nonintimate relationships Youth and Society. 35: 293-322
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