Jessica D. Remedios
Jessica D. Remedios
Associate Professor of Psychology, Tufts University
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How women of color detect and respond to multiple forms of prejudice
JD Remedios, SH Snyder
Sex Roles 73 (9-10), 371-383, 2015
Finally, someone who “gets” me! Multiracial people value others’ accuracy about their race.
JD Remedios, AL Chasteen
Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology 19 (4), 453, 2013
Impressions at the intersection of ambiguous and obvious social categories: Does gay+ Black= likable?
JD Remedios, AL Chasteen, NO Rule, JE Plaks
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 47 (6), 1312-1315, 2011
The ambivalent ageism scale: Developing and validating a scale to measure benevolent and hostile ageism
LA Cary, AL Chasteen, J Remedios
The Gerontologist 57 (2), e27-e36, 2017
Aging and stereotype threat: Development, process, and interventions.
AL Chasteen, SK Kang, JD Remedios
Oxford University Press, 2012
Thinking outside the box: Multiple identity mind-sets affect creative problem solving
SE Gaither, JD Remedios, DT Sanchez, SR Sommers
Social Psychological and Personality Science 6 (5), 596-603, 2015
Intersectional oppression: Multiple stigmatized identities and perceptions of invisibility, discrimination, and stereotyping
JD Remedios, SH Snyder
Journal of Social Issues 74 (2), 265-281, 2018
Organizational identity safety cue transfers
KE Chaney, DT Sanchez, JD Remedios
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 42 (11), 1564-1576, 2016
Priming White identity elicits stereotype boost for biracial Black-White individuals
SE Gaither, JD Remedios, JR Schultz, SR Sommers
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 18 (6), 778-787, 2015
Not all prejudices are experienced equally: Comparing experiences of racism and sexism in female minorities
JD Remedios, AL Chasteen, JD Paek
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 15 (2), 273-287, 2012
Stigma by prejudice transfer: Racism threatens White women and sexism threatens men of color
DT Sanchez, KE Chaney, SK Manuel, LS Wilton, JD Remedios
Psychological Science 28 (4), 445-461, 2017
Interactive effects of obvious and ambiguous social categories on perceptions of leadership: When double-minority status may be beneficial
JP Wilson, JD Remedios, NO Rule
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 43 (6), 888-900, 2017
“Unskilled” workers: Social skills stereotypes affect evaluations of biracial job applicants
JD Remedios, AL Chasteen, E Oey
Basic and Applied Social Psychology 34 (3), 204-211, 2012
Perceptions of women of color who claim compound discrimination: Interpersonal judgments and perceived credibility
JD Remedios, SH Snyder, CA Lizza
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 19 (6), 769-783, 2016
Understanding the uncanny: both atypical features and category ambiguity provoke aversion toward humanlike robots
MK Strait, VA Floerke, W Ju, K Maddox, JD Remedios, MF Jung, HL Urry
Frontiers in psychology 8, 1366, 2017
Where do we go from here? Toward an inclusive and intersectional literature of multiple stigmatization
JD Remedios, SH Snyder
Sex Roles 73 (9-10), 408-413, 2015
Folk beliefs about genetic variation predict avoidance of biracial individuals
SK Kang, JE Plaks, JD Remedios
Frontiers in psychology 6, 357, 2015
Sunny side up: The reliance on positive age stereotypes in descriptions of future older selves
JD Remedios, AL Chasteen, DJ Packer
Self and Identity 9 (3), 257-275, 2010
Theory of prejudice and American identity threat transfer for Latino and Asian Americans
DT Sanchez, KE Chaney, SK Manuel, JD Remedios
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 44 (7), 972-983, 2018
We are in this together: How the presence of similarly stereotyped allies buffer against identity threat
KE Chaney, DT Sanchez, JD Remedios
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 79, 410-422, 2018
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