Alice H. Eagly

Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 
gender, especially sex differences in similarities in leadership, prosocial behavior, aggression, partner preferences, and sociopolitical attitudes. The content of stereotypes. Social role theory as a theory of sex differences and simlarities and of the o
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Miller DI, Eagly AH, Linn MC. (2015) Women's representation in science predicts national gender-science stereotypes: Evidence from 66 nations Journal of Educational Psychology. 107: 631-644
Wood W, Eagly AH. (2015) Authors’ Reply: Commentaries on Wood & Eagly’s (2015) “Two Traditions of Research on Gender Identity” Sex Roles. 73: 497-501
Wood W, Eagly AH. (2015) Two Traditions of Research on Gender Identity Sex Roles
Koenig AM, Eagly AH. (2014) Evidence for the social role theory of stereotype content: observations of groups' roles shape stereotypes. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 107: 371-92
Eagly AH, Riger S. (2014) Feminism and psychology: critiques of methods and epistemology. The American Psychologist. 69: 685-702
Steinmetz J, Bosak J, Sczesny S, et al. (2014) Social role effects on gender stereotyping in Germany and Japan Asian Journal of Social Psychology. 17: 52-60
Cárdenas MC, Eagly A, Salgado E, et al. (2014) Latin American female business executives: An interesting surprise Gender in Management. 29: 2-24
Koenig AM, Eagly AH. (2014) Extending Role Congruity Theory of Prejudice to Men and Women With Sex-Typed Mental Illnesses Basic and Applied Social Psychology. 36: 70-82
Eagly AH, Wood W. (2013) The Nature-Nurture Debates: 25 Years of Challenges in Understanding the Psychology of Gender. Perspectives On Psychological Science : a Journal of the Association For Psychological Science. 8: 340-57
Eagly AH. (2013) The science and politics of comparing women and men: A reconsideration The Sage Handbook of Gender and Psychology. 11-28
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