Locksley, A., Stangor, C., Hepburn, C., Grosovsky, E., & Hochstrasser, M. (1984).  The ambiguity of recognition memory tests of schema theories.  Cognitive Psychology, 16, 421‑448.

Locksley, A., & Stangor, C. (1984).  Why versus how often:  Causal reasoning and the incidence of judgmental bias.  Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 20, 470‑483.

Ruble, D. N., Stangor, C. (1986).  Stalking the elusive schema:  Insights from developmental and social psychological analysis of gender schemas.  Social Cognition, 4, 227‑261.

Novak, T., & Stangor, C. (1987).  Testing competitive market structures: An application of weighted least squares methodology to brand switching data. Marketing Science, 6, 82‑97.

Chaiken, S., & Stangor, C. (1987).  Attitudes and attitude change.  Annual Review of Psychology, 38, 575‑630.

Stangor, C. (1988).  Stereotype accessibility and information processing.  Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 14, 694-708.

Higgins, E.T. & Stangor, C. (1988).  A “change of standard” perspective on the relations among context, judgment, and memory.  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 54, 181‑192.

 

Deutsch, F. M., Ruble, D. N., Fleming, A., Brooks‑Gunn, J., & Stangor, C. (1988).  Information‑seeking and maternal self‑definition during the transition to motherhood.  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 55, 420-431. 

 

Ruble, D. N., Fleming, A., Hackel, S., & Stangor, C. (1988).  Changes in the marital relationship during the transition to first‑time motherhood:  Effects of violated expectations concerning division of household labor.  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 55, 78-87.

 

Stangor, C., & Ruble, D.N. (1989).  Strength of expectancies and memory for social information:  What we remember depends on how much we know.  Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 25, 18-35.

 

Stangor, C., & Ruble, D. N. (1989).  Differential influences of gender schemata and gender constancy on children’s information processing and behavior.  Social Cognition, 7, 353-372.

 

Ruble, D. N., Brooks‑Gunn, J., Fleming, A., Fitzmaurice, G., Stangor, C., & Deutsch, F. (1990).  Transition to motherhood and the self: Measurement, stability, and change.  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 58, 450-463.

 

Stangor, C. (1990).  Arousal, accessibility of trait constructs, and person perception.  Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 26, 305-321.

 

Stangor, C., & Duan, C. (1991).  Effects of multiple task demands upon memory for information about social groups.  Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 27, 357-378.

 

Stangor, C., Ford, T. E. (1992). Accuracy and Expectancy-Confirming Processing Orientations and the Development of Stereotypes and Prejudice.  European Review of Social Psychology, 3, 57-89.

 

Stangor, C., McMillan, D. (1992).  Memory for Expectancy-Congruent and Expectancy-Incongruent Information: A Review of the Social and Social-Developmental Literatures.  Psychological Bulletin, 111, 42-61.

 

Stangor, C., Sullivan, L. A. & Ford, T. E. (1992).  Affective and cognitive determinants of prejudice.  Social Cognition, 9, 359-380.

 

Stangor, C., Lynch, L., Duan, C., & Glass, B. (1992).  Categorization of individuals on the basis of multiple social features.  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 62, 207-281.

 

Ford, T. E., & Stangor, C. (1992).  The role of diagnosticity in stereotype formation:  Perceiving group means and variances.  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 63, 356-367.

 

Stangor, C., & Lange, J. (1994).  Mental representations of social groups:  Advances in understanding stereotypes and stereotyping.  Advances in Experimental Social Psychology, 26, 357-416.

 

Fyock, J., & Stangor, C. (1994).  The role of memory biases in stereotype maintenance.  British Journal of Social Psychology, 33, 331-344.

 

Macrae, C. N., Stangor, C., & Milne, A. B. (1994).  Activating social stereotypes:  A functional analysis.  Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 30, 370‑389.

 

Ford, T. E., Stangor, C., & Duan, C. (1994).  Influence of Social Category Accessibility and Category-associated Trait Accessibility on Judgments of Individuals.  Social Cognition, 12, 149-168.

 

Schaller, M, Crandall, C. S., Stangor, C., & Neuberg, S.L. (1995).  What kinds of social psychology experiments are of value to perform: A reply to Wallach and Wallach (1994).  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 69, 611-618.

 

Mills, J., Ford, T. E., & Stangor, C. (1995).  Effect upon mood of thinking about extreme emotional terms.  Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 16, 159-171.

 

Stangor, C., Jonas, K., Stroebe, W., & Hewstone, M. (1996).  Development and change of national stereotypes and attitudes.  European Journal of Social Psychology, 26, 663-675.

 

Stangor, C., Carr, C., & Kiang, L. (1998). Activating Stereotypes Undermines Task Performance Expectations. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 75, 1191-1197.

 

Horn, S., Killen, M., & Stangor, C. (1999).  The influence of group stereotypes on adolescents= moral reasoning.  Journal of Early Adolescence, 19, 98-113.

 

Stangor, C., & Swim, J. K., & Sechrist, G.B.  (2000).  Sensitivity to Sexism and Perceptions of Reports about Sexist Events.  Swiss Journal of Psychology, 58, 251-256.

 

Theimer, C. E., Killen, M., & Stangor, C. (2001). Young children’s evaluations of exclusion in gender-stereotypic peer contexts. Developmental Psychology, 37, 1-10.

 

Killen, M., & Stangor, C. (2001). Children’s reasoning about social inclusion and exclusion in gender and race peer group contexts. Child Development, 72, 174-186.

 

Stangor, C., Sechrist, G. B., & Jost, J. T. (2001).   Changing Racial Beliefs by Providing Consensus Information.  Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin., 27, 484-494.

 

Sechrist, G. B., & Stangor, C. (2001). Perceived Consensus Influences Intergroup Behavior and Stereotype Accessibility.  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 80, 645-654.

 

Stangor, C., Van Allen, K. L., Swim, J. K. & Sechrist, G. B. (2002).  Reporting Discrimination in Public and Private Contexts.  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 82, 69-74.

 

Stangor, C., & Thompson, E.  (2002). Individual functions of prejudice: Group differentiation and self-enhancement.  European Journal of Social Psychology, 32, 563-575.

 

Killen, M., Lee-Kim, J, McGlothlin, H, & Stangor, C. (2002).  How Children and Adolescents Evaluate Gender and Racial Exclusion. Monograph of the Society of Research in Child Development.

 

Swim, J. K., Scott, E. D., Sechrist, G. B., Campbell, B., & Stangor, C. (2003). The Role of Intent and Harm in Perceptions of Prejudice and Discrimination. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 84, 944-959.

 

Stangor, C., Swim, J. K., Sechrist, G. B., DeCoster, J., Van Allen, K. L., & Ottenbreit, A. (2003).  Ask, Answer and Announce:  Three stages in perceiving and responding to discrimination.  European Review of Social Psychology, 14, 277-311.

 

Killen, M., Stangor, C., Price, S. B., Horn, S., & Sechrist, G. B. (2004).  Social Reasoning about Racial Exclusion in Intimate and Non-Intimate Relationships.  Youth and Society, 35, 293-322.

 

Sechrist, G. B., Swim, J. K., & Stangor, C. (2004). When Do the Stigmatized Make Attributions to Discrimination Occurring to the Self and Others? The Roles of Self-Presentation and Need for Control. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 87(1), 111-122.

 

Swim, J. K., Mallett, R., Russo-Devosa, Y., & Stangor, C. (2005). Judgments of sexism: A comparison of the subtlety of sexism measures and sources of variability in judgments of sexism. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 29(4), 406-411.

 

Stangor, C., & Leary, S. (2006). Intergroup Beliefs:  Investigations from the Social Side. Advances in Experimental Social Psychology, 38, 243-283.

 

Sechrist, G. B., & Stangor, C. (2007).  When are intergroup attitudes based on perceived consensus information? Social Influence, 2(3). 211-235.

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