Alison P. Lenton, Ph.D.

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2002 University of Colorado, Boulder, Boulder, CO, United States 
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Social Psychology, General, General Economics
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Irene Blair grad student 2002 CU Boulder
 (The price of prejudice: Social categories influence monetary value of life.)
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Lenton AP, Slabu L, Sedikides C, et al. (2013) I feel good, therefore I am real: testing the causal influence of mood on state authenticity. Cognition & Emotion. 27: 1202-24
Lenton AP, Bruder M, Slabu L, et al. (2013) How does "being real" feel? The experience of state authenticity. Journal of Personality. 81: 276-89
Todd PM, Penke L, Fasolo B, et al. (2007) Different cognitive processes underlie human mate choices and mate preferences. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 104: 15011-6
Lenton AP, Bryan A, Hastie R, et al. (2007) We want the same thing: projection in judgments of sexual intent. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 33: 975-88
Lenton AP, Blair IV, Hastie R. (2006) The influence of social categories and patient responsibility on health care allocation decisions: Bias or fairness? Basic and Applied Social Psychology. 28: 27-36
Lenton AP, Bryan A. (2005) An affair to remember: The role of sexual scripts in perceptions of sexual intent Personal Relationships. 12: 483-498
Blair IV, Lenton AP, Hastie R. (2002) The reliability of the DRM paradigm as a measure of individual differences in false memories. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 9: 590-6
Blair IV, Ma JE, Lenton AP. (2001) Imagining stereotypes away: The moderation of implicit stereotypes through mental imagery Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 81: 828-841
Lenton AP, Blair IV, Hastie R. (2001) Illusions of Gender: Stereotypes Evoke False Memories Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 37: 3-14
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