*Schweinsberg, M., *Madan, N., ... Cheryan, S., ... Jiang, L., ... & *Uhlmann, E. L. (in press). The pipeline project: Pre-publication independent replications of a single laboratory’s research pipeline. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. [pdf]
*These authors contributed equally to the work. In total, there are 82 authors.
Siy, J. O., & Cheryan, S. (in press). Prejudice masquerading as praise: The negative echo of positive stereotypes. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin.
Blodorn, A., O'Brien, L. T., Cheryan, S., & Vick, S. B. (2016). Understanding perceptions of racism in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina: The roles of system and group justification. Social Justice Research, 1-20. [pdf]
Cheryan, S., Ziegler, S., Montoya, A.M., & Jiang, L. (2016). Why are some STEM fields more gender balanced than others? Psychological Bulletin.
Zou, L., & Cheryan, S. (2015). When Whites' attempts to be multicultural backfire in intergroup interactions. Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 9(11), 581-592. [pdf]
Czopp, A.M, Kay, A.C., & Cheryan, S. (2015). Positive stereotypes are pervasive and powerful. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 10(4), 451-463. [pdf]
Master, A., Cheryan, S., & Meltzoff, A. N. (2015). Computing whether she belongs: Stereotypes undermine girls' interest and sense of belonging in computer science. Journal of Educational Psychology. [pdf]
Cheryan, S., Cameron, J. S., Katagiri, Z., & Monin, B. (2015). Manning up: Threatened men compensate by disavowing feminine preferences and embracing masculine attributes. Social Psychology, 46(4), 218-227.[pdf]
Cheryan, S., Master, A., & Meltzoff, A. N. (2015). Cultural stereotypes as gatekeepers: Increasing girls’ interest in male-dominated STEM fields by diversifying stereotypes. Frontiers in Psychology, 6, 49. [pdf]
Master, A., Cheryan, S., & Meltzoff, A. N. (forthcoming). Motivation and identity. In K. Wentzel & D. Miele (Eds.), Handbook of Motivation at School.
Plaut, V. C., Cheryan, S., & Garnett, F. G. (2015). New frontiers in diversity research: Theoretical and practical implications. In M. Mikulincer and P. R. Shaver (Editors-in-Chief). APA Handbook of Personality and Social Psychology. Washington DC: APA Books. [pdf]
Master, A., Cheryan, S., & Meltzoff, A. N. (2014). Reducing adolescent girls’ concerns about STEM stereotypes: When do female teachers matter? International Review of Social Psychology, 27(3-4), 79-102 . [pdf]
Cheryan, S., Ziegler, S. A., Plaut, V. C., & Meltzoff, A. N. (2014). Designing classrooms to maximize student achievement. Policy Insights from the Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 1, 4-12. [pdf]
Cheryan S., Plaut. V. C., Handron, C., & Hudson, L. (2013). The stereotypical computer scientist: Gendered media representations as a barrier to inclusion for women. Sex Roles, 69(1), 58-71. [pdf]
Wang, J., Minervino, C., & Cheryan, S. (2013). Generational differences in vulnerability to identity denial: The role of group identification. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 16, 601-617. [pdf]
Cheryan, S., Drury, B. J., & Vichayapai, M. (2013). Enduring influence of stereotypical computer science role models on women's academic aspirations. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 37, 72-79. [pdf]
Siy, J. O., & Cheryan, S. (2013). When compliments fail to flatter: American individualism and responses to positive stereotypes. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 104, 87-102. [pdf]
Cheryan, S. (2012). Understanding the paradox in math-related fields: Why do some gender gaps remain while others do not? [Commentary]. Sex Roles, 66, 184-190. [pdf]
Cheryan, S., Siy, J. O., Vichayapai, M., Drury, B. J., & Kim, S. (2011). Do female and male role models who embody STEM stereotypes hinder women's anticipated success in STEM? Social Psychological and Personality Science, 2, 656-664. [pdf]
Drury, B. J., Siy, J. O., & Cheryan, S. (2011). When do female role models benefit women? The importance of differentiating recruitment from retention in STEM. Psychological Inquiry, 22, 265-269. [pdf]
Guendelman, M., Cheryan, S., & Monin, B. (2011). Fitting in but getting fat: Identity threat as an explanation for dietary decline among U.S. immigrant groups. Psychological Science, 22, 959-967. [pdf]
Cheryan, S., Meltzoff, A. N., & Kim, S. (2011). Classrooms matter: The design of virtual classrooms influences gender disparities in computer science classes. Computers & Education, 57, 1825-1835. [pdf]
Cheryan, S., & Bodenhausen, G. V. (2011). Model minority. In S. M. Caliendo & C. D. McIlwain (Eds), Routledge Companion to Race & Ethnicity
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Wang, J., Siy, J. O., & Cheryan, S. (2011). Racial discrimination and mental health among Asian American youth. In F.T.L. Leong, L. Juang, D.B. Qin, & H.E. Fitzgerald (Eds), Asian American and Pacific Islander Children and Mental Health Volume 1: Development and Context (pp. 219-242). Santa Barbara: Greenwood. [pdf]
Cheryan, S., & Plaut, V. C. (2010). Explaining underrepresentation: A theory of precluded interest. Sex Roles
, 63, 475-488. [pdf]
Cheryan, S., Plaut, V. C., Davies, P., & Steele, C. M. (2009). Ambient belonging: How stereotypical cues impact gender participation in computer science. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 97, 1045-1060. [pdf]
Kaiser, C. R., Drury, B. J., Spalding, K. E., Cheryan, S., & O’Brien, L. T. (2009). The ironic consequences of Obama’s election: Decreased support for social justice. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 45, 556-559. [pdf]
Adams, G., Edkins, V., Lacka, D., Pickett, K., & Cheryan, S. (2008). Teaching about racism: Pernicious implications of the standard portrayal, Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 30, 1-13. [pdf]
Cheryan, S., & Tsai,
J. L. (2006). Ethnic Identity. In F. T. Leong, A. G. Inman, A. Ebreo,
L. Yang, L. Kinoshita & M. Fu (Eds.), Handbook of Asian American
Psychology. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. [pdf]
Cheryan, S., & Monin,
B. (2005). Where are you really from? Asian Americans and identity denial.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 89(5), 717-730.
Cheryan, S., & Bodenhausen, G. V. (2000). When positive stereotypes threaten intellectual performance: The psychological hazards of “model minority” status. Psychological Science, 11, 399-402. [pdf]
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