Diversity & STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math)
Allen, J., Smith, J. L., & Ransdell, L. (2019). Missing or seizing the opportunity? The effect of an opportunity hire on job offers to science faculty candidates. Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion: An International Journal on ADVANCEing Women Faculty in STEM: Empirical Findings and Practical Recommendations from National Science Foundation ADVANCE Institutions.
- Media highlight: https://www.timeshighereducation.com/news/trailing-spouse-academics-face-pay-discrimination#survey-answer
Allen, J., Smith, J. L., Thoman, D. B., & Walters, R. W. (2018). Fluctuating team science: Perceiving science as collaborative improves science motivation. Motivation Science.
Allen, J., Muragishi, G.A, Smith, J. L., Thoman, D. B., & Brown, E.R. (2015). To Grab and To Hold: Cultivating communal goals to overcome cultural and structural barriers in first generation college students’ science interest. Translational Issues in Psychological Science, 1, 331-341.
- Media highlight: http://science.sciencemag.org/content/357/6356/1101.full
Brown, E. R., Smith, J. L., Thoman, D. B., Allen, J., & Muragishi, G. (2015). From bench to bedside: A communal utility value intervention to enhance students’ biomedical science motivation. Journal of Educational Psychology.
Underrepresentation of Women & Men in Gender-Role Incongruent Domains
Allen, J. & Gervais, S. (2017). The femininity-money incongruity hypothesis: Money and femininity reminders undermine women’s cognitive performance. Psychology of Women Quarterly.
- Media highlight: http://www.psypost.org/2018/02/study-suggests-gender-stereotypes-money-can-damper-womens-cognitive-functioning-50786
- Drake press release: http://news.drake.edu/2018/03/12/study-suggests-gender-stereotypes-can-decrease-performance-on-cognitive-tasks/
Allen, J. & Smith, J. L. (2011). The influence of sexuality stereotypes on men’s experience of gender-role incongruence. Psychology of Men and Masculinity, 12, 77-96.
Objectification Theory/Body Image Interventions
Jennings, A., LeBlanc, H., Kisch, K., Lancaster, S., & Allen, J. (In press). Blurred boundaries between pro-anorexia and fitspiration media? Diverging cognitive and emotional effects. Eating Disorders: The Journal of Treatment and Prevention.
Gervais, S. J., Allen, J., Riemer, A., & Gullickson, M. (2018). The Balanced Objectification Hypothesis: The effects of objectification valence and body sentiment on source sentiment. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin.
Bernard, P., Gervais, S., Allen, J., Delmée, A., & Klein, O. (2015). From sex objects to human beings: Masking sexual body parts and humanization as moderators to women’s objectification. Psychology of Women Quarterly.
Klein, O., Allen, J., Bernard, P., & Gervais, S. (2015). Angry naked ladies: Can stereotyping and sexual objectification be used to transform social systems? In D. Sindic, M. Barreto, and R. Costa-Lopes (Eds.), The Intersection of Power and Identity: Perspectives from Social Sciences. Psychology Press.
Allen, J., Gervais, S., & Smith, J.L. (2013). Sit big to eat big: The interaction of body posture and body concern on restrained eating. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 37, 325-336.
Allen, J. & Gervais, S. (2012). The drive to be sexy: Prejudice and core motivations in women’s self-sexualization. In Russell & Russell (Eds.) Psychology of Prejudice: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Contemporary Issues. New York: Nova Science Publishers.
Gervais, S., Vescio, T., & Allen, J. (2011). When what you see is what you get: The consequences of the objectifying gaze for women and men. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 35, 5-17.
Women’s Bodies: People or Objects?
Bernard, P., Gervais, S., Allen, J., Campomizzi, S., & Klein, O. (2012). Integrating sexual objectification with object versus person recognition: The sexualized-body-inversion hypothesis. Psychological Science, 23, 469-471.
Gervais, S., Vescio, T., & Allen, J. (2012). When are people interchangeable sexual objects? The effect of gender and body type on sexual fungibility. British Journal of Social Psychology, 51, 499-513.
Legal Boundaries of Sexual Objectification: Harassment?
Gervais, S. J., Wiener, R. L., Allen, J., Farnum, K., & Kimble, K. (2016). Do you see what I see? The effects of objectification and affective forecasting on emotions, performance, and sexual harassment. Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy.
Kimble, K., Farnum, K., Wiener, R., Allen, J., Nuss, G., & Gervais, S. (2016). Differences in the eyes of beholders: The roles of subjective and objective judgments in sexual harassment claims. Law and Human Behavior.
Wiener, R., Gervais, S., Allen, J., & Marquez, A. (2013). Eye of the beholder: Effects of perspective and sexual objectification on harassment judgments. Psychology, Public Policy, and Law, 19, 206-221.