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How robust is the own-group face recognition bias? Evidence from first- and second-generation East Asian Canadians.

Andy H Ng, Jennifer R Steele, Joni Y Sasaki, Meghan George,

There is mounting evidence that North Americans are better able to remember faces of targets who belong to the same social group, and this is true even when the social groups are experimentally created. Yet, how Western cultural contexts afford the development of this own group face recognition bias remains ... Read more >>

PLoS ONE (PloS one)
[2020, 15(5):e0233758]

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A cross-cultural investigation of children's implicit attitudes toward White and Black racial outgroups.

Jennifer R Steele, Meghan George, Amanda Williams, Elaine Tay,

Initial theory and research examining children's implicit racial attitudes suggest that an implicit preference favoring socially advantaged groups emerges early in childhood and remains stable across development (Dunham, Baron, & Banaji, 2008). In two studies, we examined the ubiquity of this theory by measuring non-Black minority and non-White majority children's ... Read more >>

Dev Sci (Developmental science)
[2018, 21(6):e12673]

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Examining Children's Implicit Racial Attitudes Using Exemplar and Category-Based Measures.

Amanda Williams, Jennifer R Steele,

The goal of this research was to examine children's implicit racial attitudes. Across three studies, a total of 359 White 5- to 12-year-olds completed child-friendly exemplar (Affective Priming Task; Affect Misattribution Procedure) and category-based (Implicit Association Test) implicit measures of racial attitudes. Younger children (5- to 8-year-olds) showed automatic ingroup ... Read more >>

Child Dev (Child development)
[2019, 90(3):e322-e338]

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Reducing Children's Implicit Racial Bias Through Exposure to Positive Out-Group Exemplars.

Antonya M Gonzalez, Jennifer R Steele, Andrew S Baron,

Studies with adults suggest that implicit preferences favoring White versus Black individuals can be reduced through exposure to positive Black exemplars. However, it remains unclear whether developmental differences exist in the capacity for these biases to be changed. This study included 369 children and examined whether their implicit racial bias ... Read more >>

Child Dev (Child development)
[2017, 88(1):123-130]

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The Reliability of Child-Friendly Race-Attitude Implicit Association Tests.

Amanda Williams, Jennifer R Steele,

Implicit attitudes are evaluations that are made automatically, unconsciously, unintentionally, or without conscious and deliberative processing (Nosek et al., 2007; Gawronski and De Houwer, 2014). For the last two decades implicit measures have been developed and used to assess people's attitudes and social cognition, with the most widely used measure ... Read more >>

Front Psychol (Frontiers in psychology)
[2016, 7:1576]

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Culture moderates the relationship between interdependence and face recognition.

Andy H Ng, Jennifer R Steele, Joni Y Sasaki, Yumiko Sakamoto, Amanda Williams,

Recent theory suggests that face recognition accuracy is affected by people's motivations, with people being particularly motivated to remember ingroup versus outgroup faces. In the current research we suggest that those higher in interdependence should have a greater motivation to remember ingroup faces, but this should depend on how ingroups ... Read more >>

Front Psychol (Frontiers in psychology)
[2015, 6:1620]

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Children's Racial Categorization in Context.

Kristin Pauker, Amanda Williams, Jennifer R Steele,

The ability to discriminate visually based on race emerges early in infancy: 3-month-olds can perceptually differentiate faces by race and 6-month-olds can perceptually categorize faces by race. Between ages 6 and 8 years, children can sort others into racial groups. But to what extent are these abilities influenced by context? ... Read more >>

Child Dev Perspect (Child development perspectives)
[2016, 10(1):33-38]

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Do these norms make me look fat? The effect of exposure to others' body preferences on personal body ideals.

Allison Bair, Jennifer R Steele, Jennifer S Mills,

In this study we examined the influence of normative body ideals in the form of perceived peer preferences on personal body ideals and body dissatisfaction Participants (N=146 female college students) were exposed to the purported preferences of peers representing either relatively thin or heavy body ideals. Along with the normative ... Read more >>

Body Image (Body image)
[2014, 11(3):275-281]

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(Close) distance makes the heart grow fonder:Improving implicit racial attitudes and interracial interactions through approach behaviors.

Kerry Kawakami, Curtis E Phills, Jennifer R Steele, John F Dovidio,

In 4 studies, the authors examined the effect of approaching Blacks on implicit racial attitudes and immediacy behaviors. In Studies 1-3, participants were trained to pull a joystick toward themselves or to push it away from themselves when presented with photographs of Blacks, Whites, or Asians before completing an Implicit ... Read more >>

J Pers Soc Psychol (Journal of personality and social psychology)
[2007, 92(6):957-971]

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