Kimberly Barsamian Kahn
Kimberly Barsamian Kahn
Associate Professor of Social Psychology, Portland State University
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Differentially dangerous? Phenotypic racial stereotypicality increases implicit bias among ingroup and outgroup members
KB Kahn, PG Davies
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 14 (4), 569-580, 2011
Policing and race: Disparate treatment, perceptions, and policy responses
KB Kahn, KD Martin
Social Issues and Policy Review 10 (1), 82-121, 2016
Protecting whiteness: White phenotypic racial stereotypicality reduces police use of force
KB Kahn, PA Goff, JK Lee, D Motamed
Social Psychological and Personality Science 7 (5), 403-411, 2016
Racial bias in driver yielding behavior at crosswalks
T Goddard, KB Kahn, A Adkins
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 33, 1-6, 2015
Racial bias in policing: Why we know less than we should
P Atiba Goff, K Barsamian Kahn
Social Issues and Policy Review 6 (1), 177-210, 2012
The space between us and them: Perceptions of status differences
K Kahn, AK Ho, J Sidanius, F Pratto
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 12 (5), 591-604, 2009
Racism leads to pushups: How racial discrimination threatens subordinate men's masculinity
PA Goff, BAL Di Leone, KB Kahn
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 48 (5), 1111-1116, 2012
How suspect race affects police use of force in an interaction over time.
KB Kahn, JS Steele, JM McMahon, G Stewart
Law and human behavior 41 (2), 117, 2017
PA Goff, KB Kahn
Du Bois Review: Social Science Research on Race 10 (2), 365-384, 2013
What influences shooter bias? The effects of suspect race, neighborhood, and clothing on decisions to shoot
KB Kahn, PG Davies
Journal of Social Issues 73 (4), 723-743, 2017
Prejudice, discrimination, and the Internet
J Glaser, KB Kahn
The social net: Understanding human behavior in cyberspace, 247-274, 2005
Can fixed views of ability boost performance in the context of favorable stereotypes?
R Mendoza-Denton, K Kahn, W Chan
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 44 (4), 1187-1193, 2008
The social net: Understanding our online behavior
Y Amichai-Hamburger
OUP Oxford, 2013
Will you still hire me when I am over 50? The effects of implicit and explicit age stereotyping on resume evaluations
S Zaniboni, M Kmicinska, DM Truxillo, K Kahn, MP Paladino, F Fraccaroli
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 28 (4), 453-467, 2019
The effects of perceived phenotypic racial stereotypicality and social identity threat on racial minorities’ attitudes about police
KB Kahn, JK Lee, B Renauer, KR Henning, G Stewart
The Journal of Social Psychology 157 (4), 416-428, 2017
When do high and low status group members support confrontation? The role of perceived pervasiveness of prejudice
KB Kahn, M Barreto, CR Kaiser, MS Rego
British Journal of Social Psychology 55 (1), 27-43, 2016
Mental health, race, and police contact: intersections of risk and trust in the police
M Thompson, KB Kahn
Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management, 2016
Online prejudice and discrimination: From dating to hating
KB Kahn, K Spencer, J Glaser
The social net: Understanding our online behavior 2, 201-219, 2013
The collective value of “me”(and its limitations): Towards a more nuanced understanding of individual and collective coping with prejudice
JC Becker, M Barreto, KB Kahn, SH de Oliveira Laux
Journal of Social Issues 71 (3), 497-516, 2015
When sexism leads to racism: Threat, protecting women, and racial bias
JM McMahon, KB Kahn
Sex Roles 78 (9), 591-605, 2018
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