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The influence of stereotype suppression on the processing of stereotypic and non-stereotypic information from a structured interview
The applicability of the theory of ironic processes of mental control (Wegner, 1994, 1997) to stereotype suppression was investigated in the context of information processing during structured employment interviews. ...
Physical attractiveness biases in ratings of employment suitability: In search of the "beauty is beastly" effect
The "beauty is beastly" effect, in which physically attractive females are held at a disadvantage in selection for male sex-typed jobs, is often cited in the physical attractiveness bias research, but has rarely ever been ...