Publications by Topic

Androcentrism

- Bailey, A. H., Williams, A., & Cimpian, A. (2022). Based on billions of words on the internet, PEOPLE = MEN. Science Advances.

- Bailey, A. H. (2022). Seeing men everywhere, even in toast. Trends in Cognitive Sciences.

- Bailey, A. H., LaFrance, M., & Dovidio, J. F. (2020). Implicit androcentrism: Men are human, women are gendered. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 89, 103980.

- Bailey, A. H., LaFrance, M., & Dovidio, J. F. (2019). Is man the measure of all things? A social cognitive account of androcentrism. Personality and Social Psychology Review. 23(4), 307-331.

- Bailey, A. H., & LaFrance, M. (2016). Who counts as human? Antecedents to androcentric behavior. Sex Roles, 76(11-12), 682-693.

- Bailey, A. H., & LaFrance, M. (2016). Anonymously male: Social media avatar icons are implicitly male and resistant to change. Cyberpsychology, 10(4).

Essentialism

- Bailey, A. H., & Knobe, J. (in press). Biological essentialism correlates with (but doesn’t cause?) intergroup bias. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin.

- Bailey, A. H., Knobe, J., & Newman, G. (2021). Value-based essentialism: Essentialist beliefs about social groups with shared values. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General.

Gender

- Bailey, A. H., Williams, A., & Cimpian, A. (2022). Based on billions of words on the internet, PEOPLE = MEN. Science Advances.

- Bailey, A. H. (2022). Seeing men everywhere, even in toast. Trends in Cognitive Sciences.

- Bailey, A. H., Dovidio, J. F., & LaFrance, M. (2021). “Master” of none: Institutional language change linked to reduced gender bias. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied.

- Bailey, A. H., LaFrance, M., & Dovidio, J. F. (2020). Implicit androcentrism: Men are human, women are gendered. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 89, 103980.

- Bailey, A. H., Lambert, R., & LaFrance, M. (2020). Implicit reactions to women in high power body postures: Less wonderful but still weaker. Journal of Nonverbal Behavior. 55, 329–350.

- Bailey, A. H., LaFrance, M., & Dovidio, J. F. (2019). Is man the measure of all things? A social cognitive account of androcentrism. Personality and Social Psychology Review. 23(4), 307-331.

- Kunst, J. R., Bailey, A. H., Prendergast, C., & Gundersen, A. (2018). Sexism, rape myths, and feminist identification explain gender differences in attitudes toward the #metoo social media campaign in two countries. Media Psychology, 22(5), 818-843.

- Hennes, E., Pietri, E., Moss-Racusin, C., Mason, K., Dovidio, J. F., Brescoll, V., Bailey, A. H., & Handelsman J., (2018). Increasing the perceived malleability of gender bias using a modified video intervention for diversity in STEM (VIDS). Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 21(5), 788-809.

- Pietri, E., Hennes, E., Dovidio, J. F., Brescoll, V., Bailey, A. H., Moss-Racusin, C., & Handelsman J., (2018). Addressing unintended consequences of gender diversity interventions on women's sense of belonging in STEM. Sex Roles, 80(9-10), 527-547.

- Bailey, A. H., LaFrance, M., & Dovidio, J. F. (2017). Could a woman be superman? Target gender impacts the embodiment of power postures. Comprehensive Results in Social Psychology, 2(1), 6-27.

- Bailey, A. H., & LaFrance, M. (2016). Who counts as human? Antecedents to androcentric behavior. Sex Roles, 76(11-12), 682-693.

- Bailey, A. H., & LaFrance, M. (2016). Anonymously male: Social media avatar icons are implicitly male and resistant to change. Cyberpsychology, 10(4).

- Bailey, A. H., & Kelly, S. D. (2016). Body posture and gender impact neural processing of power-related words. Journal of Social Psychology, 157(4), 474-484.

- Bailey, A. H., & Kelly, S. D. (2015). Picture power: Gender versus body language in perceived status. Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, 39(4), 317-337.

Interventions and Other Applied Projects

- Bailey, A. H., Dovidio, J. F., & LaFrance, M. (2021). “Master” of none: Institutional language change linked to reduced gender bias. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied.

- Bailey, A. H., & LaFrance, M. (2016). Anonymously male: Social media avatar icons are implicitly male and resistant to change. Cyberpsychology, 10(4).

- Kunst, J. R., Bailey, A. H., Prendergast, C., & Gundersen, A. (2018). Sexism, rape myths, and feminist identification explain gender differences in attitudes toward the #metoo social media campaign in two countries. Media Psychology, 22(5), 818-843.

- Hennes, E., Pietri, E., Moss-Racusin, C., Mason, K., Dovidio, J. F., Brescoll, V., Bailey, A. H., & Handelsman J., (2018). Increasing the perceived malleability of gender bias using a modified video intervention for diversity in STEM (VIDS). Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 21(5), 788-809.

- Pietri, E., Hennes, E., Dovidio, J. F., Brescoll, V., Bailey, A. H., Moss-Racusin, C., & Handelsman J., (2018). Addressing unintended consequences of gender diversity interventions on women's sense of belonging in STEM. Sex Roles, 80(9-10), 527-547.

Language

- Bailey, A. H., Williams, A., & Cimpian, A. (2022). Based on billions of words on the internet, PEOPLE = MEN. Science Advances.

- Bailey, A. H., Dovidio, J. F., & LaFrance, M. (2021). “Master” of none: Institutional language change linked to reduced gender bias. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied.

- Bailey, A. H., LaFrance, M., & Dovidio, J. F. (2020). Implicit androcentrism: Men are human, women are gendered. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 89, 103980.

- Bailey, A. H., LaFrance, M., & Dovidio, J. F. (2019). Is man the measure of all things? A social cognitive account of androcentrism. Personality and Social Psychology Review. 23(4), 307-331.

- Bailey, A. H., & LaFrance, M. (2016). Who counts as human? Antecedents to androcentric behavior. Sex Roles, 76(11-12), 682-693.

Nonverbal Behavior

- Bailey, A. H., Lambert, R., & LaFrance, M. (2020). Implicit reactions to women in high power body postures: Less wonderful but still weaker. Journal of Nonverbal Behavior. 55, 329–350.

- Bailey, A. H., LaFrance, M., & Dovidio, J. F. (2017). Could a woman be superman? Target gender impacts the embodiment of power postures. Comprehensive Results in Social Psychology, 2(1), 6-27.

- Jonas, K. J., Cesario, J., Alger, M., Bailey, A. H., Bombari, D., Carney, D.,…Tybur, J. M. (2017). Power poses: Where do we stand? Comprehensive Results in Social Psychology, 2(1), 139-141.

- Bailey, A. H., & Kelly, S. D. (2016). Body posture and gender impact neural processing of power-related words. Journal of Social Psychology, 157(4), 474-484.

- Bailey, A. H., & Kelly, S. D. (2015). Picture power: Gender versus body language in perceived status. Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, 39(4), 317-337.

Race/Ethnicity

- Bailey, A. H., & Knobe, J. (in press). Biological essentialism correlates with (but doesn’t cause?) intergroup bias. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin.

- Kunst, J. R., Dovidio, J. F., Bailey, A. H., & Obaidi, M. (2022). The way they look: Phenotypic prototypicality shapes the perceived intergroup attitudes of in- and out-group members. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology.

- Bailey, A. H., & LaFrance, M. (2016). Who counts as human? Antecedents to androcentric behavior. Sex Roles, 76(11-12), 682-693.

Miscellaneous

- Melnikoff, D. & Bailey, A. H. (2018). Preferences for moral vs. immoral traits in others are conditional. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 115(4), E592-E600.

- Melnikoff, D. & Bailey, A. H. (2018). Reply to Landy et al.: Terms and conditions may apply. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 115(25), E5637-E5638.