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Who women are, who women should be: Descriptive and prescriptive gender stereotyping in sex discrimination.
D Burgess, E Borgida
Psychology, public policy, and law 5 (3), 665, 1999
10011999
Attribution and the psychology of prediction.
RE Nisbett, E Borgida
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 32 (5), 932, 1975
9441975
Foreign affairs and issue voting: Do presidential candidates “waltz before a blind audience?”
JH Aldrich, JL Sullivan, E Borgida
American Political Science Review 83 (1), 123-141, 1989
9301989
The Differential Impact of Abstract vs. Concrete Information on Decisions1
E Borgida, RE Nisbett
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 7 (3), 258-271, 1977
9111977
Sex stereotypes and social judgment.
A Locksley, E Borgida, N Brekke, C Hepburn
Journal of Personality and Social psychology 39 (5), 821, 1980
8551980
Social science research on trial: Use of sex stereotyping research in Price Waterhouse v. Hopkins..
ST Fiske, DN Bersoff, E Borgida, K Deaux, ME Heilman
American Psychologist 46 (10), 1049, 1991
6191991
Joan McKay versus John McKay: Do gender stereotypes bias evaluations?
J Swim, E Borgida, G Maruyama, DG Myers
Psychological Bulletin 105 (3), 409, 1989
5551989
Popular induction: Information is not necessarily informative
RE Nisbett, E Borgida, H Reed, R Crandall
Cognition and social behavior, 113-133, 2014
5322014
A social cognitive model of candidate appraisal
WM Rahn, JH Aldrich, E Borgida, JL Sullivan
Controversies in voting behavior, 187-206, 1990
4761990
The afterglow of construct accessibility: The behavioral consequences of priming men to view women as sexual objects
LA Rudman, E Borgida
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 31 (6), 493-517, 1995
4241995
On the primacy of affect in the determination of attitudes and behavior: The moderating role of affective-cognitive ambivalence
H Lavine, CJ Thomsen, MP Zanna, E Borgida
Journal of experimental social psychology 34 (4), 398-421, 1998
4041998
Expert psychological testimony in rape trials: A social-cognitive analysis.
N Brekke, E Borgida
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 55 (3), 372, 1988
2951988
The base rate fallacy in attribution and prediction
E Borgida, N Brekke
New directions in attribution research 3, 63-95, 1981
2271981
Personal involvement and the robustness of perceptual salience effects.
E Borgida, B Howard-Pitney
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 45 (3), 560, 1983
2191983
On the relationship between attitude involvement and attitude accessibility: Toward a cognitive‐motivational model of political information processing
H Lavine, E Borgida, JL Sullivan
Political psychology 21 (1), 81-106, 2000
2172000
Individual and contextual variations in political candidate appraisal
WM Rahn, JH Aldrich, E Borgida
American Political Science Review 88 (1), 193-199, 1994
2091994
Does expert psychological testimony inform or influence juror decision making? A social cognitive analysis.
MB Kovera, AW Gresham, E Borgida, E Gray, PC Regan
Journal of Applied Psychology 82 (1), 178, 1997
2041997
The causes and consequences of personal involvement
CJ Thomsen, E Borgida, H Lavine
Attitude strength: Antecedents and consequences 4, 191-214, 1995
1891995
Civic culture meets the digital divide: The role of community electronic networks
E Borgida, JL Sullivan, A Oxendine, MS Jackson, E Riedel, A Gangl
Journal of Social Issues 58 (1), 125-141, 2002
1822002
The relationship of national and personal issue salience to attitude accessibility on foreign and domestic policy issues
H Lavine, JL Sullivan, E Borgida, CJ Thomsen
Political Psychology, 293-316, 1996
1801996
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