Cheryl Kaiser

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Psychology University of Washington, Seattle, Seattle, WA 
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Blodorn A, Major B, Kaiser C. (2016) Perceived discrimination and poor health: Accounting for self-blame complicates a well-established relationship. Social Science & Medicine (1982). 153: 27-34
Dover TL, Major B, Kaiser CR. (2016) Members of high-status groups are threatened by pro-diversity organizational messages Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 62: 58-67
Kahn KB, Barreto M, Kaiser CR, et al. (2015) When do high and low status group members support confrontation? The role of perceived pervasiveness of prejudice. The British Journal of Social Psychology / the British Psychological Society
Upshaw MB, Kaiser CR, Sommerville JA. (2015) Parents' empathic perspective taking and altruistic behavior predicts infants' arousal to others' emotions. Frontiers in Psychology. 6: 360
Brady LM, Kaiser CR, Major B, et al. (2015) It's fair for us: Diversity structures cause women to legitimize discrimination Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 57: 100-110
Kirby TA, Kaiser CR, Major B. (2015) Insidious Procedures: Diversity Awards Legitimize Unfair Organizational Practices Social Justice Research. 28: 169-186
Kaiser CR, Spalding KE. (2015) Do women who succeed in male-dominated domains help other women? The moderating role of gender identification European Journal of Social Psychology. 45: 599-608
Wilkins CL, Kaiser CR. (2014) Racial progress as threat to the status hierarchy: implications for perceptions of anti-White bias. Psychological Science. 25: 439-46
Drury BJ, Kaiser CR. (2014) Allies against Sexism: The Role of Men in Confronting Sexism Journal of Social Issues. 70: 637-652
McCarty MK, Monteith MJ, Kaiser CR. (2014) Communally constrained decisions in workplace contexts Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 55: 175-187
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