Bernadette Park

University of Colorado, Boulder, Boulder, CO, United States 
Social Psychology, Prejudice and Stereotyping
"Bernadette Park"
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Christopher L. Mellinger grad student 2014- CU Boulder
Jennifer Rebecca Overbeck grad student 2001 CU Boulder
Christopher Vladimir Wolsko grad student 2001 CU Boulder
Christopher Edward Jenkins grad student 2002 CU Boulder
Joshua Correll grad student 2005 CU Boulder (PsychTree)
Jordan Pennefather grad student 2008 CU Boulder
J. Allegra Smith grad student 2010 CU Boulder
Adam Hahn grad student 2012 CU Boulder
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Park B, Banchefsky S. (2018) Leveraging the Social Role of Dad to Change Gender Stereotypes of Men. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 146167218768794
McPherson E, Park B, Ito TA. (2018) The Role of Prototype Matching in Science Pursuits: Perceptions of Scientists That Are Inaccurate and Diverge From Self-Perceptions Predict Reduced Interest in a Science Career. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 146167217754069
Felder JN, Banchefsky S, Park B, et al. (2017) Public Attitudes and Feelings of Warmth Toward Women and Men Experiencing Depression During the Perinatal Period. Psychiatric Services (Washington, D.C.). appips201600154
Grover SS, Ito TA, Park B. (2017) The Effects of Gender Composition on Women's Experience in Math Work Groups. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
Banchefsky S, Park B. (2016) The "new father": Dynamic stereotypes of fathers Psychology of Men and Masculinity. 17: 103-107
Banchefsky S, Westfall J, Park B, et al. (2016) But You Don’t Look Like A Scientist!: Women Scientists with Feminine Appearance are Deemed Less Likely to be Scientists Sex Roles. 1-15
Park B, Banchefsky S, Reynolds EB. (2015) Psychological essentialism, gender, and parenthood: Physical transformation leads to heightened essentialist conceptions. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 109: 949-967
Hahn A, Banchefsky S, Park B, et al. (2015) Measuring Intergroup Ideologies: Positive and Negative Aspects of Emphasizing Versus Looking Beyond Group Differences. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 41: 1646-64
Huber M, Van Boven L, Park B, et al. (2015) Seeing Red: Anger Increases How Much Republican Identification Predicts Partisan Attitudes and Perceived Polarization. Plos One. 10: e0139193
Goren MJ, Plaut VC. (2014) Racial identity denial and its discontents: Implications for individuals and organizations Diversity Ideologies in Organizations. 43-66
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