Neil Hester
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On the relationship between positive and negative affect: Their correlation and their co-occurrence.
JT Larsen, H Hershfield, BJ Stastny, N Hester
Emotion 17 (2), 323, 2017
The moral psychology of raceless, genderless strangers
N Hester, K Gray
Perspectives on Psychological Science, 2020
For Black men, being tall increases threat stereotyping and police stops
N Hester, K Gray
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2018
The faces of God in America: Revealing religious diversity across people and politics
JC Jackson, N Hester, K Gray
PloS one 13 (6), e0198745, 2018
Perceived negative emotion in neutral faces: Gender-dependent effects on attractiveness and threat.
N Hester
Emotion 19 (8), 1490, 2019
On Intersectionality: How Complex Patterns of Discrimination Can Emerge from Simple Stereotypes
N Hester, K Payne, J Brown-Iannuzzi, K Gray
Psychological Science, 2020
Racial biases in officers’ decisions to frisk are amplified for Black people stopped among groups leading to similar biases in searches, arrests, and use of force
E Cooley, N Hester, W Cipolli, LI Rivera, K Abrams, J Pagan, ...
Social Psychological and Personality Science 11 (6), 761-769, 2020
Perceived femininity and masculinity contribute independently to facial impressions.
N Hester, BC Jones, E Hehman
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 150 (6), 1147, 2021
The bias toward intentionality in schizophrenia: Automaticity, context, and relationships to symptoms and functioning.
B Buck, N Hester, A Pinkham, HD Philip, JL Fredrik, DL Penn
Journal of Abnormal Psychology 127 (5), 503-512, 2018
Little between-region and between-country variance when people form impressions of others
N Hester, SY Xie, E Hehman
Psychological Science 32 (12), 1907-1917, 2021
Dress is a fundamental component of person perception
N Hester, E Hehman
Personality and Social Psychology Review 27 (4), 414-433, 2023
The visual guide to morality: Vision as an integrative analogy for moral experience, variability and mechanism
C Schein, N Hester, K Gray
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 10 (4), 231-251, 2016
People see political opponents as more stupid than evil
R Hartman, N Hester, K Gray
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 49 (7), 1014-1027, 2023
To be immortal, do good or evil
K Gray, S Anderson, CM Doyle, N Hester, P Schmitt, A Vonasch, S Allison, ...
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 2018
Differential patterns in mind perception in subclinical paranoia: relationships to self-reported empathy
B Buck, N Hester, DL Penn, K Gray
Cognitive Neuropsychiatry 22 (2), 137-144, 2017
Evaluating validity properties of 25 race-related scales
N Hester, JR Axt, N Siemers, E Hehman
Behavior Research Methods 55 (4), 1758-1777, 2023
Promiscuous condemnation: People assume ambiguous actions are immoral
N Hester, BK Payne, K Gray
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 86, 103910, 2020
'Just like someone without mental illness, only more so’: Normalizing beliefs and their buffering effects
B Buck, N Hester
Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 2018
Stereotypes shape response competition when forming impressions
N Hester, SY Xie, JA Bertin, E Hehman
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 26 (8), 1706-1725, 2023
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