Kimberley A. Clow, Ph.D.

2003 The University of Western Ontario (Canada) 
Social Psychology
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Victoria M. Esses grad student 2003 The University of Western Ontario (Canada)
 (Challenging the pervasiveness of sex and race categorisations: Looking at the mental representation of familiar others.)
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Savage ME, Clow KA, Schuller RA, et al. (2018) After Exoneration: Attributions of Responsibility Impact Perceptions Canadian Journal of Law and Society. 33: 85-103
Clow KA, Leach AM. (2015) After innocence: Perceptions of individuals who have been wrongfully convicted Legal and Criminological Psychology. 20: 147-164
Clow KA, Leach AM. (2015) Stigma and wrongful conviction: all exonerees are not perceived equal Psychology, Crime and Law. 21: 172-185
Clow KA, Ricciardelli R, Bartfay WJ. (2014) Attitudes and stereotypes of male and female nurses: The influence of social roles and ambivalent sexism. Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science. 46: 446-455
Ricciardelli R, Clow KA. (2013) The Portrayal of Elements Historically Associated with Masculine and Feminine Domains in Lad and Metrosexual Men's Lifestyle Magazines. Masculinities and Social Change. 2: 116-145
Clow KA, Lant JM, Cutler BL. (2013) Perceptions of Defendant Culpability in Pretrial Publicity: The Effects of Defendant Ethnicity and Participant Gender Race and Social Problems. 5: 250-261
Ricciardelli R, Clow KA. (2012) The Impact of an Exonoree's Guest Lecture on Students' Attitudes toward Wrongly Convicted Persons Journal of Criminal Justice Education. 23: 127-147
Clow KA, Ricciardelli R. (2011) Women and Men in Conflicting Social Roles: Implications from Social Psychological Research Social Issues and Policy Review. 5: 191-226
Clow KA, Esses VM. (2010) Mental Representation of Familiar Others: The Impact of Occupation, Sex, and Race Basic and Applied Social Psychology. 32: 144-154
Clow KA, Olson JM. (2010) Conceptual-motor compatibility and homonegativity: Approaching and avoiding words associated with homosexuality Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science. 42: 222-233
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