Laurie A. Rudman

Affiliations: 
Rutgers University, New Brunswick, United States 
Area:
Social Psychology, Personality Psychology
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Infanger M, Rudman LA, Sczesny S. (2016) Sex as a source of power? Backlash against self-sexualizing women Group Processes and Intergroup Relations. 19: 110-124
Rudman LA, Fetterolf JC. (2015) Why Sexual Economics Theory Is Patriarchal: Reply to Vohs and Baumeister's (2015) Comment on Rudman and Fetterolf (2014). Psychological Science. 26: 1524-5
Rudman LA, McLean MC. (2015) The role of appearance stigma in implicit racial ingroup bias Group Processes and Intergroup Relations. 19: 374-393
Rudman LA, Fetterolf JC. (2014) Gender and sexual economics: do women view sex as a female commodity? Psychological Science. 25: 1438-47
Mescher K, Rudman LA. (2014) Men in the Mirror: The Role of Men's Body Shame in Sexual Aggression. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 40: 1063-1075
Rudman LA, Fetterolf JC. (2014) How accurate are metaperceptions of sexism? Evidence for the illusion of antagonism between hostile and benevolent sexism Group Processes and Intergroup Relations. 17: 275-285
Fetterolf JC, Rudman LA. (2014) Gender Inequality in the Home: The Role of Relative Income, Support for Traditional Gender Roles, and Perceived Entitlement Gender Issues. 31: 219-237
Rudman LA, McLean MC, Bunzl M. (2013) When truth is personally inconvenient, attitudes change: the impact of extreme weather on implicit support for green politicians and explicit climate-change beliefs. Psychological Science. 24: 2290-6
Rudman LA, Fetterolf JC, Sanchez DT. (2013) What motivates the sexual double standard? More support for male versus female control theory. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 39: 250-63
Rudman LA, Mescher K, Moss-Racusin CA. (2013) Reactions to gender egalitarian men: Perceived feminization due to stigma-by-association Group Processes and Intergroup Relations. 16: 572-599
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