Peter Glick, Ph.D.

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Lawrence University, Appleton, WI, United States 
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Ellen S. Berscheid grad student
Mark Snyder grad student

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Margaret A. Thomas research assistant (Neurotree)
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Cuddy AJ, Wolf EB, Glick P, et al. (2015) Men as cultural ideals: Cultural values moderate gender stereotype content. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 109: 622-35
Glick P, Wilkerson M, Cuffe M. (2015) Masculine identity, ambivalent sexism, and attitudes toward gender subtypes: Favoring masculine men and feminine women Social Psychology. 46: 210-217
Rollero C, Glick P, Tartaglia S. (2014) Psychometric properties of short versions of the Ambivalent Sexism Inventory and Ambivalence Toward Men Inventory Tpm - Testing, Psychometrics, Methodology in Applied Psychology. 21: 149-159
Aranda B, Glick P. (2014) Signaling devotion to work over family undermines the motherhood penalty Group Processes and Intergroup Relations. 17: 91-99
Glick P. (2014) Commentary: Encouraging Confrontation Journal of Social Issues. 70: 779-791
Hart J, Glick P, Dinero RE. (2013) She Loves Him, She Loves Him Not: Attachment Style as a Predictor of Women's Ambivalent Sexism Toward Men Psychology of Women Quarterly. 37: 507-518
Glick P, Paluck EL. (2013) The Aftermath of Genocide: History as a Proximal Cause Journal of Social Issues. 69: 200-208
Hart J, Hung JA, Glick P, et al. (2012) He loves her, he loves her not: attachment style as a personality antecedent to men's ambivalent sexism. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 38: 1495-505
Rudman LA, Moss-Racusin CA, Glick P, et al. (2012) Reactions to Vanguards. Advances in Backlash Theory Advances in Experimental Social Psychology. 45: 167-227
Glick P, Fiske ST. (2011) Ambivalent Sexism Revisited. Psychology of Women Quarterly. 35: 530-535
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