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Publications in chronological order:

Dennehy*, T.C & Dasgupta, N. (in press). Female peer mentors early in college increase women’s positive academic experiences and retention in engineering. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

Dennehy, T.C., Smith, J.S., Moore, C.D., & Dasgupta, N. (in press). Stereotype Threat and Stereotype Inoculation: Barriers and Interventions that Promote the Success of Underrepresented Students in the First Year of College. In R. Feldman (Ed.), First Year Student Success. Cambridge University Press.

Rivera, L. M. & Dasgupta, N. (2017). The Detrimental Effect of Affirming Masculinity on Judgments of Gay Men. Psychology of Men and Masculinity.

Misra, J., Smith-Doerr, L., Dasgupta, N., Weaver, G., & Normanly, J. (2017). Collaboration and gender equity among academic scientists. Social Sciences, 6, 25. [get paper]

Dierker, L., Alexander, J., Cooper, J.L., Selya, A., Rose, J., & Dasgupta, N. (2016). Engaging Diverse Students in Statistical Inquiry: A comparison of learning experiences and outcomes of under-represented and non-underrepresented students enrolled in a multidisciplinary project-based statistics course. International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 10(1), 1-9. [get paper]

Dasgupta, N. (2016). Viewpoint: How Stereotypes Impact Women in Physics. Physics, 9 (87).

Dasgupta, N. (2015). Role models and peers as a social vaccine to enhance women's self-concept in STEM. The American Society for Cell Biology. Retrieved from http://www.ascb.org/role-models-and-peers-as-a-social-vaccine-to-enhance-womens-self-concept-in-stem/. [get paper]

Dasgupta, N., McManus Scircle, M., & Hunsinger, M. (2015). Female peers in small work groups enhance women's motivation, verbal participation, and career aspirations in engineering. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, accessed online from http://www.pnas.org/content/early/2015/04/03/1422822112. [get paper]

Ajzen, I., & Dasgupta, N. (2015). Explicit and implicit beliefs, attitudes, and intentions. In B. Eitam & P. Haggard (Eds.), Human Agency: Functions and Mechanisms. UK: Oxford University Press. [get paper]

Yogeeswaran, K. & Dasgupta, N. (2014). Conceptions of national identity in a globalised world: Antecedents and consequences. European Review of Social Psychology, 25(1), 189–227 [get paper]

Dasgupta, N. & Stout, J.G. (2014). Girls and women in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics: STEMing the tide and broadening participation in STEM careers. Policy Insights from Behavioral and Brain Sciences. [get paper]

Yogeeswaran, K, & Dasgupta, N. (2014). The devil is in the details: Abstract versus concrete construals of multiculturalism differentially impact intergroup relations. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 106, 772-789. [get paper]

Blair, I.V., Dasgupta, N., & Glaser, J. (2014). Implicit attitudes. In M. Mikulincer, P. R. Shaver, E. (Eds.), APA Handbook of Personality and Social Psychology, Volume 1: Attitudes and social cognition (pp. 665-691). Washington DC: American Psychological Association. [get paper]

Yogeeswaran, K., Adelman, L., Parker, M.T., & Dasgupta, N. (2014). In the eyes of the beholder: White Americans' national identification predicts differential reactions to ethnic identity expressions. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology. [get paper]

Stout, J. G., & Dasgupta, N. (2013). Mastering one's destiny mastery goals promote challenge and success despite social identity threat. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 39(6), 748-762. [get paper]

Dasgupta, N. (2013). Implicit attitudes and beliefs adapt to situations: A decade of research on the malleability of implicit prejudice, stereotypes, and the self-concept. In P.G. Devine and E.A. Plant (Eds.). Advances in Experimental Social Psychology, 47, 233-279. UK: Academic Press. [get paper]

Yogeeswaran, K., Dasgupta, N., & Gomez, C. (2012). A new American dilemma? The effect of ethnic identification and public service on the national inclusion of ethnic minorities. European Journal of Social Psychology. 42(6), 691-705. [get paper]

Dasgupta, N., & Stout, J. G. (2012). Contemporary discrimination in the lab and real world: Benefits and obstacles of full-cycle social psychology. Journal of Social Issues, 68, 399-412. [get paper]

Kang, J., Bennett, M., Carbado, D., Casey, P., Dasgupta, N., Faigman, D., Godsil, R., Greenwald, A. G., Levinson, J., & Mnookin, J. (2012). Implicit bias in the courtroom. UCLA Law Review, 59, 1124-1186. [get paper]

Bilali, R., Tropp, L. R., & Dasgupta, N. (2012). Attributions of responsibility and perceived harm in the aftermath of mass violence. Peace & Conflict, 18, 21-39. [get paper]

Asgari, S., Dasgupta, N., & Stout, J. G. (2012). When do counterstereotypic ingroup members inspire vs. deflate? The effect of successful professional women on women's leadership self-concept. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 38, 370-383. [get paper]

Dasgupta, N. (2011). Ingroup experts and peers as social vaccines who inoculate the self-concept: The stereotype inoculation model. Psychological Inquiry, 22, 231-246. [get paper]

Dasgupta, N. (2011). With a Little Help from my Colleagues: Strengthening the Stereotype Inoculation Model with Insights from Fellow Psychologists. Psychological Inquiry, 22. [get paper]

Stout, J.G., & Dasgupta, N. (2011). When he doesn't mean you: Gender-exclusive language as ostracism for women. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 37, 757-769. [get paper]

Yogeeswaran, K., Dasgupta, N., Adelman, L., Eccelston, A., & Parker, M. (2011). To be or not to be (ethnic): The hidden cost of ethnic identification for Americans of European and non-European origin. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 47, 908-914. [get paper]

Dasgupta, N., & Yogeeswaran, K. (2011). Obama-Nation? Implicit beliefs about American nationality and the possibility of redefining who counts as “truly” American. In G.S. Parks & M.W. Hughey (Eds.). The Obamas and a (Post)-Racial America? New York, NY: Oxford University Press. [get paper]

Stout, J. G., Dasgupta, N., Hunsinger, M., & McManus, M. (2011). STEMing the tide: Using ingroup experts to inoculate women’s self-concept and professional goals in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 100, 255-270. [get paper]

Kang, J., Dasgupta, N., Yogeeswaran, K., & Blasi, G. (2010). Are ideal litigators White? Measuring the myth of colorblindness. Journal of Empirical Legal Studies, 7, 886-915.[get paper]

Asgari, S., Dasgupta, N., & Gilbert Cote, N. (2010). When does contact with successful ingroup members change self-stereotypes? A longitudinal study comparing the effect of quantity vs. quality of contact with successful individuals. Social Psychology, 41, 202-211. [get paper]

Dasgupta, N. (2010). Implicit measures of social cognition: Common themes and unresolved questions. Zeitschrift fur Psychologie / Journal of Psychology, 218, 54-57. [get paper]

Yogeeswaran, K., & Dasgupta, N. (2010). Will the “real” American please stand up? The effect of implicit stereotypes about nationality on discriminatory behavior. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 36, 1332-1345. [get paper]

Jost, J.T., Rudman, L.A., Blair, I.V., Carney, D.R., Dasgupta, N.. Glaser, J. & Hardin, C.D. (2009). The existence of implicit bias is beyond reasonable doubt: A refutation of ideological and methodological objections and executive summary of ten studies that no manager should ignore.In A. Brief & B. M. Staw (Eds.), Research in Organizational Behavior. New York, Elsevier.[get paper]

Jost, J. T., Rudman, L. A., Blair, I. V., Carney, D. R., Dasgupta, N., Glaser, J., Hardin, C. D. (2009). An invitation to Tetlock and Mitchell to conduct empirical research on implicit bias with friends, “adversaries,” or whomever they please. In A. Brief & B. M. Staw (Eds.), Research in Organizational Behavior, 29, 73-75. New York, Elsevier. [get paper]

Dasgupta, N., DeSteno, D.A., Williams, L., & Hunsinger, M. (2009). Fanning the flames of prejudice: The influence of specific incidental emotions on implicit prejudice. Emotion, 9, 585-591.[get paper]

Dasgupta, N. (2009). Mechanisms underlying malleability of implicit prejudice and stereotypes: The role of automaticity versus cognitive control. In T. Nelson (Ed.), Handbook of Prejudice, Stereotyping, and Discrimination. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum. [get paper]

Dasgupta, N. & Hunsinger, M. (2008). The opposite of a great truth is also true: When do studentsamples help versus hurt the scientific study of prejudice? Psychological Inquiry, 19, 1-9. [get paper]

Dasgupta, N., & Rivera, L. M. (2008). When social context matters: The influence of long-term contact and short-term exposure to admired outgroup members on implicit attitudes and behavioral intentions. Social Cognition, 26, 54-66. [get paper]

Dasgupta, N. (2008). Color lines in the mind: Unconscious prejudice, discriminatory behavior, and the potential for change. In A. Grant-Thomas & G. Orfield (Eds.), 21st Century Color Lines: Exploring the Frontiers of America's Multicultural Future. [get paper]

Faigman, D. L., Dasgupta, N., & Ridgeway, C. L. (2008). A matter of fit: The law of discrimination and the science of implicit bias. University of California Hastings Law Journal, 60, 1389-1434. [get paper]

McCall, C., & Dasgupta, N. (2007). The malleability of men’s gender self-concepts. Self and Identity, 6, 173-188. [get paper]

Dasgupta, N., & Rivera, L. M. (2006).  From automatic anti-gay prejudice to behavior: The moderating role of conscious beliefs about gender and behavioral control. Journal of personality and Social Psychology, 91, 268-280. [get paper]

Dasgupta, N., & Asgari, S. (2004). Seeing is believing: Exposure to counterstereotypic women leaders and its effect on automatic gender stereotyping. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 40, 642-658. [get paper]

Dasgupta, N. (2004). Implicit ingroup favoritism, outgroup favoritism, and their behavioral manifestations.  Social Justice Research, 17, 143-169. [get paper]

DeSteno, D. A., Dasgupta, N., Bartlett, M. Y., & Cajdric, A. (2004). Prejudice from thin air: The
effect of emotion on automatic intergroup attitudes.  Psychological Science, 15, 319-324. [get paper]

Dasgupta, N., Greenwald, A. G., & Banaji, M. R. (2003).  The first ontological challenge to the IAT: Attitude or mere familiarity? Psychological Inquiry, 14, 238-243. [get paper]

Eberhardt, J. L., Dasgupta, N., & Banaszynski, T. (2003). Believing is seeing: The effects of racial labels and implicit beliefs on face perception.Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 29, 360-370. [get paper]

Uhlmann, E., Dasgupta, N., Greenwald, A.G., Elgueta, A., & Swanson, J. (2002).  Skin color based subgroup prejudice among Hispanics in the United States and Latin America. Social Cognition, 20, 197-224. [get paper]

Dasgupta, N., & Greenwald, A.G. (2001).  On the malleability of automatic attitudes: Combating automatic prejudice with images of admired and disliked individuals. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 81, 800-814. [get paper]

Dasgupta, N., McGhee, D.E., Greenwald, A.G., & Banaji, M.R. (2000).  Automatic preference for White Americans: Eliminating the familiarity explanation.  Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 36, 316-328. [get paper]

Dasgupta, N., Banaji, M.R., & Abelson, R.P. (1999).  Group entitativity and group perception: Associations between physical features and psychological judgment.  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 77, 991-1003. [get paper]

Abelson, R.P., Dasgupta, N., Park, J., & Banaji, M.R. (1998).  Perceptions of the collective other.  Personality and Social Psychology Review, 2, 243-250. [get paper]

Banaji, M.R., & Dasgupta, N. (1998).  The consciousness of social beliefs: A program of research on stereotyping and prejudice.  In V.Y. Yzerbyt, G. Lories, & B. Dardenne (Eds.), Metacognition: Cognitive and social dimensions. Great Britain: Sage Publications. [get paper]