Stacey Sinclair

Psychology Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 
Social Psychology
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Starck JG, Sinclair S, Shelton JN. (2021) How university diversity rationales inform student preferences and outcomes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 118
Jacoby-Senghor DS, Sinclair S, Smith CT, et al. (2018) Implicit Bias Predicts Liking of Ingroup Members Who Are Comfortable With Intergroup Interaction. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 146167218793136
Huntsinger JR, Sinclair S, Kenrick AC, et al. (2016) Affiliative social tuning reduces the activation of prejudice Group Processes and Intergroup Relations. 19: 217-235
Jacoby-Senghor DS, Sinclair S, Shelton JN. (2016) A lesson in bias: The relationship between implicit racial bias and performance in pedagogical contexts Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 63: 50-55
Kenrick AC, Sinclair S, Richeson J, et al. (2015) Moving While Black: Intergroup Attitudes Influence Judgments of Speed. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General
Jacoby-Senghor DS, Sinclair S, Smith CT. (2015) When bias binds: Effect of implicit outgroup bias on ingroup affiliation. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 109: 415-33
Skorinko JLM, Lun J, Sinclair S, et al. (2015) Reducing Prejudice Across Cultures via Social Tuning Social Psychological and Personality Science. 6: 363-372
Skorinko JL, Sinclair S, Conklin L. (2012) Perspective Taking Shapes the Impact of Significant-other Representations Self and Identity. 11: 170-184
Huntsinger JR, Sinclair S, Dunn E, et al. (2010) Affective regulation of stereotype activation: it's the (accessible) thought that counts. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 36: 564-77
Thomsen L, Green EG, Ho AK, et al. (2010) Wolves in sheep's clothing: SDO asymmetrically predicts perceived ethnic victimization among white and Latino students across three years. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 36: 225-38
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