Stacey Sinclair

Psychology Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 
Social Psychology
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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
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
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
Huntsinger JR, Sinclair S. (2010) When it feels right, go with it: Affective regulation of affiliative social tuning Social Cognition. 28: 290-305
Sinclair S, Pappas J, Lun J. (2009) The interpersonal basis of stereotype-relevant self-views. Journal of Personality. 77: 1343-64
Huntsinger JR, Lun J, Sinclair S, et al. (2009) Contagion without contact: anticipatory mood matching in response to affiliative motivation. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 35: 909-22
Lun J, Sinclair S, Whitchurch ER, et al. (2007) (Why) do I think what you think? Epistemic social tuning and implicit prejudice. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 93: 957-72
Sinclair S, Hardin CD, Lowery BS. (2006) Self-stereotyping in the context of multiple social identities. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 90: 529-42
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