Sapna Cheryan
Sapna Cheryan
Professor of Psychology, University of Washington
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Ambient belonging: how stereotypical cues impact gender participation in computer science.
S Cheryan, VC Plaut, PG Davies, CM Steele
Journal of personality and social psychology 97 (6), 1045, 2009
9252009
When positive stereotypes threaten intellectual performance: The psychological hazards of “model minority” status
S Cheryan, GV Bodenhausen
Psychological Science 11 (5), 399-402, 2000
5532000
Where are you really from?: Asian Americans and identity denial.
S Cheryan, B Monin
Journal of personality and social psychology 89 (5), 717, 2005
5182005
Why are some STEM fields more gender balanced than others?
S Cheryan, SA Ziegler, AK Montoya, L Jiang
Psychological bulletin 143 (1), 1, 2017
4402017
Do female and male role models who embody STEM stereotypes hinder women’s anticipated success in STEM?
S Cheryan, JO Siy, M Vichayapai, BJ Drury, S Kim
Social Psychological and Personality Science 2 (6), 656-664, 2011
3582011
Cultural stereotypes as gatekeepers: Increasing girls’ interest in computer science and engineering by diversifying stereotypes
S Cheryan, A Master, AN Meltzoff
Frontiers in psychology 6, 49, 2015
3452015
The stereotypical computer scientist: Gendered media representations as a barrier to inclusion for women
S Cheryan, VC Plaut, C Handron, L Hudson
Sex roles 69 (1-2), 58-71, 2013
2882013
Computing whether she belongs: Stereotypes undermine girls’ interest and sense of belonging in computer science.
A Master, S Cheryan, AN Meltzoff
Journal of educational psychology 108 (3), 424, 2016
2262016
Explaining underrepresentation: A theory of precluded interest
S Cheryan, VC Plaut
Sex roles 63 (7-8), 475-488, 2010
2062010
Enduring influence of stereotypical computer science role models on women’s academic aspirations
S Cheryan, BJ Drury, M Vichayapai
Psychology of Women Quarterly 37 (1), 72-79, 2013
1872013
Classrooms matter: The design of virtual classrooms influences gender disparities in computer science classes
S Cheryan, AN Meltzoff, S Kim
Computers & Education 57 (2), 1825-1835, 2011
1872011
When do female role models benefit women? The importance of differentiating recruitment from retention in STEM
BJ Drury, JO Siy, S Cheryan
Psychological Inquiry 22 (4), 265-269, 2011
1862011
Fitting in but getting fat: Identity threat and dietary choices among US immigrant groups
MD Guendelman, S Cheryan, B Monin
Psychological science 22 (7), 959-967, 2011
1832011
Designing classrooms to maximize student achievement
S Cheryan, SA Ziegler, VC Plaut, AN Meltzoff
Policy Insights from the Behavioral and Brain Sciences 1 (1), 4-12, 2014
1442014
Understanding the paradox in math-related fields: Why do some gender gaps remain while others do not?
S Cheryan
Sex Roles 66 (3-4), 184-190, 2012
1332012
The ironic consequences of Obama’s election: Decreased support for social justice
CR Kaiser, BJ Drury, KE Spalding, S Cheryan, LT O’Brien
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 45 (3), 556-559, 2009
1302009
When compliments fail to flatter: American individualism and responses to positive stereotypes.
JO Siy, S Cheryan
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 104 (1), 87, 2013
1042013
Programming experience promotes higher STEM motivation among first-grade girls
A Master, S Cheryan, A Moscatelli, AN Meltzoff
Journal of experimental child psychology 160, 92-106, 2017
1022017
Two axes of subordination: A new model of racial position.
LX Zou, S Cheryan
Journal of personality and social psychology 112 (5), 696, 2017
912017
Positive stereotypes are pervasive and powerful
AM Czopp, AC Kay, S Cheryan
Perspectives on Psychological Science 10 (4), 451-463, 2015
882015
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