Sabine Sczesny
Sabine Sczesny
Professor of Social Psychology, University of Bern, Switzerland
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Gender stereotypes have changed: A cross-temporal meta-analysis of US public opinion polls from 1946 to 2018.
AH Eagly, C Nater, DI Miller, M Kaufmann, S Sczesny
American psychologist 75 (3), 301, 2020
Representation of the sexes in language
D Stahlberg, F Braun, L Irmen, S Sczesny
Social communication, 163-187, 2011
A closer look beneath the surface: Various facets of the think-manager–think-male stereotype
S Sczesny
Sex roles 49, 353-363, 2003
Stereotypes about women, men, and leaders: Have times changed?
AH Eagly, S Sczesny
American Psychological Association, 2009
Gender stereotypes and the attribution of leadership traits: A cross-cultural comparison
S Sczesny, J Bosak, D Neff, B Schyns
Sex roles 51, 631-645, 2004
Can gender-fair language reduce gender stereotyping and discrimination?
S Sczesny, M Formanowicz, F Moser
Frontiers in psychology 7, 25, 2016
Effekte des generischen Maskulinums und alternativer Sprachformen auf den gedanklichen Einbezug von Frauen
D Stahlberg, S Sczesny
na, 2001
Gender bias in leader selection? Evidence from a hiring simulation study
J Bosak, S Sczesny
Sex roles 65, 234-242, 2011
Stereotypical inferences as mediators of age discrimination: The role of competence and warmth
F Krings, S Sczesny, A Kluge
British Journal of Management 22 (2), 187-201, 2011
The relationship between trust, attachment, and antisocial work behaviors
S Thau, C Crossley, RJ Bennett, S Sczesny
Human relations 60 (8), 1155-1179, 2007
Name your favorite musician: Effects of masculine generics and of their alternatives in German
D Stahlberg, S Sczesny, F Braun
Journal of Language and Social Psychology 20 (4), 464-469, 2001
Reducing women’s lack of fit with leadership positions? Effects of the wording of job advertisements
LK Horvath, S Sczesny
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 25 (2), 316-328, 2016
Meta-cognition about biological sex and gender-stereotypic physical appearance: Consequences for the assessment of leadership competence
S Sczesny, U Kühnen
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 30 (1), 13-21, 2004
Am I the right candidate? Self-ascribed fit of women and men to a leadership position
J Bosak, S Sczesny
Sex roles 58, 682-688, 2008
Cognitive effects of masculine generics in German: An overview of empirical findings
F Braun, S Sczesny, D Stahlberg
Walter de Gruyter 30 (1), 1-21, 2005
Können Geophysiker Frauen sein? Generische Personenbezeichnungen im Deutschen
F Braun, A Gottburgsen, S Sczesny, D Stahlberg
Walter de Gruyter, Berlin/New York 26 (3), 265-283, 1998
Exploring the dynamics of incongruent beliefs about women and leaders
J Bosak, S Sczesny
British Journal of Management 22 (2), 254-269, 2011
Masculine= competent? Physical appearance and sex as sources of gender-stereotypic attributions
S Sczesny, S Spreemann, D Stahlberg
Swiss Journal of Psychology 65 (1), 15-23, 2006
Agency and communion: Their implications for gender stereotypes and gender identities
S Sczesny, C Nater, AH Eagly
Agency and communion in social psychology, 103-116, 2018
Beyond sexist beliefs: How do people decide to use gender-inclusive language?
S Sczesny, F Moser, W Wood
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 41 (7), 943-954, 2015
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