PUBLICATIONS

Brown, N. D.,& Jacoby-Senghor, D. S. (2021) Majority Members Misperceive Even 'Win-Win'Diversity Policies as Unbeneficial to ThemJournal of Personality and Social Psychology.

Jacoby-Senghor, D. S., Rosenblum, M., & Brown, N. D. (2021). Not all egalitarianism is created equal: Claims of nonprejudice inadvertently communicate prejudice between ingroup membersJournal of Experimental Social Psychology, 94, 104104.

Slepian, M. & Jacoby-Senghor, D. S. (2020). Identity threats in everyday life: Distinguishing belonging from inclusion. Social Psychological and Personality Science. 12(3), 392-406.

Jacoby-Senghor, D. S., Sinclair, S., Smith, C. T., & Skorinko, J. L. (2019). Implicit bias predicts liking of ingroup members who are comfortable with intergroup interactionPersonality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 45(4), 603-615.

Warikoo, N., Sinclair, S., Fei, J., & Jacoby-Senghor, D. (2016). Examining racial bias in education: A new approachEducational Researcher, 45(9), 508-514.

 

Jacoby-Senghor, D. S., Sinclair, S., & Shelton, J. N. (2016). A lesson in bias: The relationship between implicit racial bias and performance in pedagogical contexts. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 63, 50-55.

 

Jacoby-Senghor, D.S., Sinclair, S, & Smith, C. (2015). When bias binds: Effect of implicit outgroup bias on ingroup affiliation. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 109(3), 415-433.

 

Mackey, A.P., Finn, A.S., Leonard, J.S., & Jacoby-Senghor, D.S., West, M.S., Gabrieli C.F.O, and Gabrieli, J.D.E (2015). Neuroanatomical Correlates of the Income Achievement Gap. Psychological Science. 26(6), 925-933.

 

Sinclair, S., Kenrick, A.C., & Jacoby-Senghor, D.S. (2014). Whites’ interpersonal interactions shape, and are shaped by, implicit prejudice. Policy Insights from Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 1(1), 81-87.