Alexander M. Czopp, Ph.D.

2004 University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY 
Social Psychology
"Alexander Czopp"
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Margo Jeanne Monteith grad student 2004 University of Kentucky
 (Dual racism theory: Implications of positive and negative racist attitudes toward African -Americans.)


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Jeremy R Becker grad student 2014-2016 Western Washington University (PsychTree)
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Czopp AM, Kay AC, Cheryan S. (2015) Positive Stereotypes Are Pervasive and Powerful. Perspectives On Psychological Science : a Journal of the Association For Psychological Science. 10: 451-63
Davidson M, Czopp AM, Mark AY. (2015) When sexism is persuasive: agreement with hostile and benevolent sexism as a function of source gender Social Influence
Rasinski HM, Geers AL, Czopp AM. (2013) "I guess what he said wasn't that bad": dissonance in nonconfronting targets of prejudice. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 39: 856-69
Czopp AM. (2013) The passive activist: Negative consequences of failing to confront antienvironmental statements Ecopsychology. 5: 17-23
Czopp AM, Ashburn-Nardo L. (2012) Interpersonal confrontations of prejudice The Psychology of Prejudice: Interdisciplinary Perspectives On Contemporary Issues. 175-202
Walzer AS, Czopp AM. (2011) Able but unintelligent: including positively stereotyped black subgroups in the stereotype content model. The Journal of Social Psychology. 151: 527-30
Diebels KJ, Czopp AM. (2011) Complaining about a compliment: Evaluating attributions of positive outcomes to discrimination Asian Journal of Social Psychology. 14: 217-223
Vandegrift BE, Czopp AM. (2011) In to win? Intergroup processes and the effectiveness of male versus female endorsements for Hillary Clinton Journal of Women, Politics and Policy. 32: 85-95
Rasinski HM, Czopp AM. (2010) The effect of target status on witnesses' reactions to confrontations of bias Basic and Applied Social Psychology. 32: 8-16
Czopp AM. (2010) Studying is lame when he got game: Racial stereotypes and the discouragement of Black student-athletes from schoolwork Social Psychology of Education. 13: 485-498
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