Madeline E. Heilman

Psychology New York University, New York, NY, United States 
Industrial Psychology, Social Psychology, Organizational, Gender Studies, Women's Studies
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Brian Welle grad student 2004 NYU
Michelle C. Haynes grad student 2006 NYU
William S. Battle grad student 2008 NYU
Elizabeth J. Parks-Stamm grad student 2009 NYU
Suzette Caleo grad student 2012 NYU
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Brosi P, Spörrle M, Welpe IM, et al. (2016) Expressing Pride: Effects on Perceived Agency, Communality, and Stereotype-Based Gender Disparities. The Journal of Applied Psychology
Heilman ME, Manzi F, Braun S. (2015) Presumed incompetent: Perceived lack of fit and gender bias in recruitment and selection Handbook of Gendered Careers in Management: Getting in, Getting On, Getting Out. 90-104
Caleo S, Heilman ME. (2014) Is this a man's world? Obstacles to women's success in male-typed domains Gender in Organizations: Are Men Allies or Adversaries to Women's Career Advancement?. 217-233
Haynes MC, Heilman ME. (2013) It had to be you (not me)!: Women's attributional rationalization of their contribution to successful joint work outcomes. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 39: 956-69
Halim ML, Heilman ME. (2013) Sex bias in evaluating nontraditional job applicants: Reactions to women and men's interrupted college attendance Journal of Applied Social Psychology. 43: 2330-2340
Okimoto TG, Heilman ME. (2012) The "Bad Parent" Assumption: How Gender Stereotypes Affect Reactions to Working Mothers Journal of Social Issues. 68: 704-724
Heilman ME. (2012) Gender stereotypes and workplace bias Research in Organizational Behavior. 32: 113-135
West TV, Heilman ME, Gullett L, et al. (2012) Building blocks of bias: Gender composition predicts male and female group members' evaluations of each other and the group Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 48: 1209-1212
Heilman ME, Caleo S, Halim ML. (2010) Just the thought of it!: Effects of anticipating computer-mediated communication on gender stereotyping Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 46: 672-675
Heilman ME, Wallen AS. (2010) Wimpy and undeserving of respect: Penalties for men's gender-inconsistent success Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 46: 664-667
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