Conference Archive

With permission of our respective speakers, we can provide the following material presented during the conference:



Tomas Brage:

Slides:
Slides Talk Tomas Brage


Ursula Keller:

Slides:
Slides Talk Ursula Keller
Talk Video:
Video Talk Ursula Keller



Juani Bermejo Vega:

Slides:
Slides Talk Ursula Keller


Angela Saini:

Reading recommendations:

Virginia Valian:

Reading recommendations:
  • Agars, M. D.  (2004).  Reconsidering the impact of gender stereotypes on the advancement of women in organizations.  Psychology of Women Quarterly, 28, 103-111.
  • Cheryan, S., Plaut, V. C., Davies, P. G., & Steele, C. M. (2009). Ambient belonging: how stereotypical cues impact gender participation in computer science. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology97(6), 1045.
  • Cooley, E., Winslow, H., Vojt, A., Shein, J., & Ho, J. (2018). Bias at the intersection of identity: Conflicting social stereotypes of gender and race augment the perceived femininity and interpersonal warmth of smiling Black women. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 74, 43-49.
  • Effron, D. A., Cameron, J. S., & Monin, B. (2009). Endorsing Obama licenses favoring whites. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology45(3), 590-593.
  • Gaddis, S. M. (2015). Discrimination in the credential society: An audit study of race and college selectivity in the labor market. Social Forces, 93(4), 1451-1479.
  • Greider, C. W., Sheltzer, J. M., Cantalupo, N. C., Copeland, W. B., Dasgupta, N., Hopkins, N., Jansen, J. M., Joshua-Tor, L., McDowell, G. S., Metcalf, J. L., McLaughlin, B., Olivarius, A., O’Shea, E. K., Raymond, J. L., Ruebain, D., Steitz, J. A., Stillman, B., Tilghman, S. M., Valian, V., Villa-Komaroff, L., & Wong, J. Y. (2019). Increasing gender diversity in the STEM research workforce. Science, 366, 692-695. DOI: 10.1126/science.aaz0649.
  • Heilman, M. E. & Okimoto, T. B.  (2007).  Why are women penalized for success at male tasks?:  The implied communality deficit.  Journal of Applied Psychology, 92, 81-92.
  • Heilman, M. E., Wallen, A. S., Fuchs, D., & Tamkins, M. M.  (2004).  Penalties for success:  reactions to women who succeed at male gender-typed tasks.  Journal of Applied Psychology, 89, 416-427.
  • Martell, R. F., Lane, D. M., & Emrich, C.  (1996).  Male-female differences:  a computer simulation.  American Psychologist, 51, 157-158.
  • Merritt, A. C., Effron, D. A., & Monin, B. (2010). Moral self‐licensing: When being good frees us to be bad. Social and Personality Psychology Compass4(5), 344-357.
  • Mondschein, E. R., Adolph, K. E., & Tamis-LeMonda, C. S. (2000). Gender bias in mothers’ expectations about infant crawling. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology77(4), 304-316.
  • Monin, B., & Miller, D. T. (2001). Moral credentials and the expression of prejudice. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology81(1), 33.
  • Moss-Racusin, C. A., Dovidio. J. F.,  Brescoll, V. L., Graham, M. J. & Handelsman, J. (2012).   Science faculty’s subtle gender biases favor male students.  PNAS, 109, 16474-16479
  • Nittrouer, C. L., Hebl, M. R., Ashburn-Nardo, L., Trump-Steele, R. C., Lane, D. M., & Valian, V. (2018). Gender disparities in colloquium speakers at top universities. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 115, 104-108.
  • Norton, M. I., Vandello, J. A., & Darley, J. M.  (2004).  Casuistry and social category bias.  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 87, 817-831.
  • Policy Department for Citizens’ Rights and Constitutional Affairs Directorate-General for Internal Policies PE 651.042-.  (April 2020).  Education and employment of women in science, technology and the digital economy, including AI and its influence on gender equality.  https://www.europarl.europa.eu/RegData/etudes/STUD/2020/651042/IPOL_STU(2020)651042_EN.pdf
  • She Figures 2018.  https://ec.europa.eu/info/publications/she-figures-2018_en
  • Stewart, A. J. & Valian, V.  (2018).  An inclusive academy:  Achieving diversity and excellence.  Cambridge, MA:  MIT Press.
  • Uhlmann, E.L., & Cohen, G.L. (2005). Constructed criteria: Redefining merit to justify discrimination. Psychological Science, 16, 474-480.
  • Valian, V.  (1998).  Why so slow?  The advancement of women.  Cambridge, MA:  MIT Press.


Joysy John:

Slides:
Slides Talk Joysy John:


Svenja Christen:

Slides:
Slides Talk Svenja Christen


Mona Sloane:

Slides:
Slides Talk Mona Sloane


Dragonfly Mental Health:

Slides:
Slides Talk Dragonfly Mental Health


Mae Guthman:

Slides:
Slides Talk Mae Guthman


Renate Weisse:

Slides:
Slides Talk Mae Guthman


Carmina Ravanera:

Reading recommendations:

Linda Corcoran:

Slides:
Slides Talk Mae Guthman