Jack Glaser

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Public Policy University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 
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Wicia M Fang research assistant UC Berkeley (Neurotree)
Elizabeth M. Horner grad student 2012 UC Berkeley
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Spencer KB, Charbonneau AK, Glaser J. (2016) Implicit Bias and Policing Social and Personality Psychology Compass. 10: 50-63
Glaser J, Martin KD, Kahn KB. (2015) Possibility of Death Sentence Has Divergent Effect on Verdicts for Black and White Defendants. Law and Human Behavior
Glaser J, Spencer K, Charbonneau A. (2014) Racial Bias and Public Policy Policy Insights From the Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 1: 88-94
Hackney AA, Glaser J. (2013) Reverse deterrence in racial profiling: increased transgressions by nonprofiled whites. Law and Human Behavior. 37: 348-53
Glaser J, Finn C. (2013) How and why implicit attitudes should affect voting Ps - Political Science and Politics. 46: 537-544
Finn C, Glaser J. (2010) Voter affect and the 2008 U.S. presidential election: Hope and race mattered Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy. 10: 262-275
Jost JT, Rudman LA, Blair IV, et al. (2009) The existence of implicit bias is beyond reasonable doubt: A refutation of ideological and methodological objections and executive summary of ten studies that no manager should ignore Research in Organizational Behavior. 29: 39-69
Jost JT, Rudman LA, Blair IV, et al. (2009) An invitation to Tetlock and Mitchell to conduct empirical research on implicit bias with friends, "adversaries," or whomever they please Research in Organizational Behavior. 29: 73-75
Park SH, Glaser J, Knowles ED. (2008) Implicit motivation to control prejudice moderates the effect of cognitive depletion on unintended discrimination Social Cognition. 26: 401-419
Glaser J, Knowles ED. (2008) Implicit motivation to control prejudice Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 44: 164-172
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