Clara L. Wilkins, Ph.D.

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2011 University of Washington, Seattle, Seattle, WA 
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Cheryl Kaiser grad student 2011 University of Washington
 (Perceptions of Anti-White Discrimination: Whites' Ego-defensive Response to Racial Progress.)
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Wellman JD, Liu X, Wilkins CL. (2015) Priming status-legitimizing beliefs: Examining the impact on perceived anti-White bias, zero-sum beliefs, and support for Affirmative Action among White people. The British Journal of Social Psychology / the British Psychological Society
Wilkins CL, Wellman JD, Babbitt LG, et al. (2015) You can win but I can't lose: Bias against high-status groups increases their zero-sum beliefs about discrimination Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 57: 1-14
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
Wilkins CL, Wellman JD, Kaiser CR. (2013) Status legitimizing beliefs predict positivity toward Whites who claim anti-White bias Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 49: 1114-1119
Townsend SS, Fryberg SA, Wilkins CL, et al. (2012) Being mixed: who claims a biracial identity? Cultural Diversity & Ethnic Minority Psychology. 18: 91-6
Wilkins CL, Chan JF, Kaiser CR. (2011) Racial stereotypes and interracial attraction: phenotypic prototypicality and perceived attractiveness of Asians. Cultural Diversity & Ethnic Minority Psychology. 17: 427-31
Kaiser CR, Wilkins CL. (2010) Group Identification and Prejudice: Theoretical and Empirical Advances and Implications Journal of Social Issues. 66: 461-476
Wilkins CL, Kaiser CR, Rieck H. (2010) Detecting racial identification: The role of phenotypic prototypicality Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 46: 1029-1034
Kaiser CR, Hagiwara N, Malahy LW, et al. (2009) Group identification moderates attitudes toward ingroup members who confront discrimination Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 45: 770-777
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