Susan Fiske, Ph.D.

Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 
"Susan Fiske"


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Pierre Philippot research assistant Princeton (Neurotree)
Amy Cuddy grad student Princeton
Lasana T. Harris grad student Princeton (Neurotree)
Steven L. Neuberg grad student Carnegie Mellon
Janet B. Ruscher grad student (Neurotree)
Mina Cikara grad student 2010 Princeton
Tiane L. Lee grad student 2010 Princeton
Ann M. Russell grad student 2012 Princeton
Daniel Ames grad student 2014 Princeton (Neurotree)
Cydney Dupree grad student 2011-2017 Princeton


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Alexander T. Todorov collaborator (Neurotree)
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Fiske ST, Schacte DL. (2020) Introduction. Annual Review of Psychology. 71: v
Nicolas G, Bai X, Fiske ST. (2019) Exploring Research-Methods Blogs in Psychology: Who Posts What About Whom, and With What Effect? Perspectives On Psychological Science : a Journal of the Association For Psychological Science. 1745691619835216
Fiske ST, Cuddy AJ, Peter G, et al. (2019) "A model of (often mixed) stereotype content: Competence and warmth respectively follow from perceived status and competition": Correction to Fiske et al. (2002). Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
Dupree CH, Fiske ST. (2019) Self-presentation in interracial settings: The competence downshift by White liberals. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
Fiske ST, Schacte DL, Taylor SE. (2019) Introduction. Annual Review of Psychology. 70: v
Taylor SE, Fiske ST. (2018) Interview with Shelley E. Taylor. Annual Review of Psychology
Fiske ST, Schacter DL, Taylor SE. (2018) Introduction. Annual Review of Psychology. 69: v
North MS, Fiske ST. (2016) Resource Scarcity and Prescriptive Attitudes Generate Subtle, Intergenerational Older-Worker Exclusion. The Journal of Social Issues. 72: 122-145
Fiske ST, Dupree CH, Nicolas G, et al. (2016) Status, Power, and Intergroup Relations: The Personal Is the Societal. Current Opinion in Psychology. 11: 44-48
Burkley E, Durante F, Fiske ST, et al. (2016) Structure and Content of Native American Stereotypic Subgroups: Not Just (Ig)noble. Cultural Diversity & Ethnic Minority Psychology
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