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Targeting the subtleties: Strategies for remediating interpersonal discrimination
Recent research suggests that displays of discrimination have changed from expressions that were once very overt in nature to expressions that are more subtle and involve interpersonal behaviors (Hebl, Foster, Mannix, ...
The relation between group diversity and group functioning: Disentangling the effects of objective and subjective diversity
This research proposes a revised conceptualization of the construct of diversity in groups to include both the traditional, objective diversity as well as perceptual, subjective diversity. Theoretical rationale for the ...
Gender and the internalization of group feedback: The moderating effects of task type, collectivism, and perceived contribution
The purpose of the present study was to examine the extent to which men and women in a group internalize group feedback, and what mechanisms might underlie this internalization. Task/gender congruence, perceived contribution, ...
Factors affecting the compartmentalization of punitive and compensatory damages
This study examines the effects of the amount of pain and suffering awards, the recipient of the punitive award, and the inclusion company profit information on the compartmentalization of punitive damage awards. Participants ...
The effects of manifest ethnic identification on applicant discrimination
In this field experiment, Black, Hispanic, Arab, Asian, and Irish individuals applied for retail jobs with or without visible display of their ethnic identification. Applicants followed a standardized script in which they ...