Joshua Correll
Joshua Correll
Associate Professor of Psychology, University of Colorado Boulder
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Stereotypic vision: how stereotypes disambiguate visual stimuli.
J Correll, B Wittenbrink, MT Crawford, MS Sadler
Journal of personality and social psychology 108 (2), 219, 2015
Target prototypicality moderates racial bias in the decision to shoot
DS Ma, J Correll
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 47 (2), 391-396, 2011
When fatigue turns deadly: The association between fatigue and racial bias in the decision to shoot
DS Ma, J Correll, B Wittenbrink, Y Bar-Anan, N Sriram, BA Nosek
Basic and applied social psychology 35 (6), 515-524, 2013
A social scientific approach toward understanding racial disparities in police shooting: Data from the Department of Justice (1980–2000)
K Scott, DS Ma, MS Sadler, J Correll
Journal of Social Issues 73 (4), 701-722, 2017
1/f noise and effort on implicit measures of bias.
J Correll
Journal of personality and social psychology 94 (1), 48, 2008
Avoid Cohen’s ‘small’,‘medium’, and ‘large’for power analysis
J Correll, C Mellinger, GH McClelland, CM Judd
Trends in cognitive sciences 24 (3), 200-207, 2020
The persistence of implicit behavioral associations for moms and dads
B Park, JA Smith, J Correll
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 46 (5), 809-815, 2010
The impact of childhood experience on amygdala response to perceptually familiar black and white faces
J Cloutier, T Li, J Correll
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 26 (9), 1992-2004, 2014
Can uniform color color aggression? Quasi-experimental evidence from professional ice hockey
GD Webster, GR Urland, J Correll
Social Psychological and Personality Science 3 (3), 274-281, 2012
It’s more than skin deep: empathy and helping behavior across social groups
S Echols, J Correll
Empathy: From bench to bedside, 55-71, 2012
“Having it all” or “doing it all”? Perceived trait attributes and behavioral obligations as a function of workload, parenthood, and gender
B Park, JA Smith, J Correll
European Journal of Social Psychology 38 (7), 1156-1164, 2008
Making construction safety training interesting: A field-based quasi-experiment to test the relationship between emotional arousal and situational interest among adult learners
S Bhandari, MR Hallowell, J Correll
Safety science 117, 58-70, 2019
How social identity shapes the working self-concept
JJ Sim, A Goyle, W McKedy, S Eidelman, J Correll
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 55, 271-277, 2014
The social neuroscience of stereotyping and prejudice: Using event-related brain potentials to study social perception
TA Ito, GR Urland, E Willadsen-Jensen, J Correll
Social neuroscience: People thinking about thinking people, 189-212, 2006
Social neuroscience and social perception
T Ito, E Willadsen-Jensen, J Correll
Social neuroscience, 401-421, 2007
Of kith and kin: Perceptual enrichment, expectancy, and reciprocity in face perception
J Correll, SM Hudson, S Guillermo, HA Earls
Personality and Social Psychology Review 21 (4), 336-360, 2017
Racial bias in the decision to shoot
J Correll, T Keesee
The Police Chief 76 (5), 54-57, 2009
The impact of motivation on race-based impression formation
T Li, C Cardenas-Iniguez, J Correll, J Cloutier
Neuroimage 124, 1-7, 2016
Brain activation underlying threat detection to targets of different races
KB Senholzi, BE Depue, J Correll, MT Banich, TA Ito
Social neuroscience 10 (6), 651-662, 2015
Category boundaries can be accentuated without increasing intergroup bias
DM Deffenbacher, B Park, CM Judd, J Correll
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 12 (2), 175-193, 2009
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