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Tessa Charlesworth
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Patterns of implicit and explicit attitudes: I. Long-term change and stability from 2007 to 2016
TES Charlesworth, MR Banaji
Psychological science 30 (2), 174-192, 2019
5082019
Gender in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics: Issues, causes, solutions
TES Charlesworth, MR Banaji
Journal of Neuroscience 39 (37), 7228-7243, 2019
2332019
Gender stereotypes in natural language: Word embeddings show robust consistency across child and adult language corpora of more than 65 million words
TES Charlesworth, V Yang, TC Mann, B Kurdi, MR Banaji
Psychological Science 32 (2), 218-240, 2021
1732021
The relationship between implicit intergroup attitudes and beliefs
B Kurdi, TC Mann, TES Charlesworth, MR Banaji
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (13), 5862-5871, 2019
1242019
Adults and children implicitly associate brilliance with men more than women
D Storage, TES Charlesworth, MR Banaji, A Cimpian
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 90, 104020, 2020
1162020
Patterns of Implicit and Explicit Stereotypes III: Long-Term Change in Gender Stereotypes
TES Charlesworth, MR Banaji
Social Psychological and Personality Science 13 (1), 14-26, 2022
1052022
Historical representations of social groups across 200 years of word embeddings from Google Books
TES Charlesworth, A Caliskan, MR Banaji
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (28), e2121798119, 2022
632022
Patterns of implicit and explicit attitudes: IV. Change and stability from 2007 to 2020
TES Charlesworth, MR Banaji
Psychological Science 33 (9), 1347-1371, 2022
622022
Gender bias in word embeddings: A comprehensive analysis of frequency, syntax, and semantics
A Caliskan, PP Ajay, T Charlesworth, R Wolfe, MR Banaji
Proceedings of the 2022 AAAI/ACM Conference on AI, Ethics, and Society, 156-170, 2022
502022
Patterns of implicit and explicit attitudes II. Long-term change and stability, regardless of group membership.
TES Charlesworth, MR Banaji
American Psychologist 76 (6), 851, 2021
432021
Children use targets’ facial appearance to guide and predict social behavior.
TES Charlesworth, STJ Hudson, EJ Cogsdill, ES Spelke, MR Banaji
Developmental psychology 55 (7), 1400, 2019
432019
Children's implicit attitude acquisition: Evaluative statements succeed, repeated pairings fail
TES Charlesworth, B Kurdi, MR Banaji
Developmental science 23 (3), e12911, 2020
232020
The project implicit international dataset: Measuring implicit and explicit social group attitudes and stereotypes across 34 countries (2009–2019)
TES Charlesworth, M Navon, Y Rabinovich, N Lofaro, B Kurdi
Behavior Research Methods 55 (3), 1413-1440, 2023
222023
Word embeddings reveal social group attitudes and stereotypes in large language corpora
TES Charlesworth, MR Banaji
Handbook of language analysis in psychology, 494-508, 2022
152022
A 3D framework of implicit attitude change
B Kurdi, TES Charlesworth
Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 2023
122023
The Development of Social Group Cognition in Infancy and Childhood
TES Charlesworth, MR Banaji
Oxford handbook of social cognition, 2021
112021
Identifying and predicting stereotype change in large language corpora: 72 groups, 115 years (1900–2015), and four text sources.
TES Charlesworth, N Sanjeev, ML Hatzenbuehler, MR Banaji
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 2023
102023
Face-trait and face-race cues in adults' and children's social evaluations
TES Charlesworth, MR Banaji
Social Cognition 37 (4), 357-388, 2019
102019
Research: How Americans’ biases are changing (or not) over time
TES Charlesworth, MR Banaji
Harvard Business Review, 2019
102019
The relationship of implicit social cognition and discriminatory behavior
TES Charlesworth, MR Banaji
Handbook on the Economics of Discrimination and Affirmative Action. Edward Elgar, 2021
72021
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