Melissa Burkley

Psychology Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK, United States 
Social Psychology
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Bell AC, Burkley M, Bock J. (2018) Examining the asymmetry in judgments of racism in self and others. The Journal of Social Psychology. 1-16
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
Burkley M, Burkley E, Bell AC, et al. (2016) Symbols of Pride or Prejudice? Examining the Impact of Native American Sports Mascots on Stereotype Application. The Journal of Social Psychology
Burkley M, Andrade A, Burkley E. (2015) When Using a Negative Gender Stereotype as an Excuse Increases Gender Stereotyping in Others. The Journal of Social Psychology. 1-9
Burkley E, Curtis J, Burkley M, et al. (2015) Goal Fusion: The Integration of Goals Within the Self-Concept Self and Identity. 14: 348-368
Burkley M, Wong YJ, Bell AC. (2015) The Masculinity Contingency Scale (MCS): Scale Development and Psychometric Properties Psychology of Men and Masculinity
Bell AC, Burkley M. (2014) "Women Like Me Are Bad at Math": The Psychological Functions of Negative Self-Stereotyping Social and Personality Psychology Compass. 8: 708-720
Curtis J, Burkley E, Burkley M. (2014) The Rhythm Is Gonna Get You: The Influence of Circadian Rhythm Synchrony on Self-Control Outcomes Social and Personality Psychology Compass. 8: 609-625
Imura M, Burkley M, Brown RP. (2014) Honor to the core: Measuring implicit honor ideology endorsement Personality and Individual Differences. 59: 27-31
Burkley M, Burkley E, Stermer SP, et al. (2014) The ugly duckling effect: Examining fixed versus maleable beliefs about beauty Social Cognition. 32: 466-483
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