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Miguel M. Unzueta
Miguel M. Unzueta
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Concern for the in-group and opposition to affirmative action.
BS Lowery, MM Unzueta, ED Knowles, PA Goff
Journal of personality and social psychology 90 (6), 961, 2006
3182006
An unconscious desire for hierarchy? The motivated perception of dominance complementarity in task partners.
LZ Tiedens, MM Unzueta, MJ Young
Journal of personality and social psychology 93 (3), 402, 2007
2902007
Framing inequity safely: Whites' motivated perceptions of racial privilege
BS Lowery, ED Knowles, MM Unzueta
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 33 (9), 1237-1250, 2007
2682007
Deny, distance, or dismantle? How white Americans manage a privileged identity
ED Knowles, BS Lowery, RM Chow, MM Unzueta
Perspectives on Psychological Science 9 (6), 594-609, 2014
2502014
The interpretation of multiracial status and its relation to social engagement and psychological well‐being
KR Binning, MM Unzueta, YJ Huo, LE Molina
Journal of Social Issues 65 (1), 35-49, 2009
2292009
Defining racism safely: The role of self-image maintenance on white AmericansĘ conceptions of racism
MM Unzueta, BS Lowery
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 44 (6), 1491-1497, 2008
1862008
Which racial groups are associated with diversity?
MM Unzueta, KR Binning
Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology 16 (3), 443, 2010
1062010
Paying for positive group esteem: how inequity frames affect whites' responses to redistributive policies.
BS Lowery, RM Chow, ED Knowles, MM Unzueta
Journal of personality and social psychology 102 (2), 323, 2012
1042012
The effect of interethnic ideologies on the likability of stereotypic vs. counterstereotypic minority targets
AS Gutiérrez, MM Unzueta
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 46 (5), 775-784, 2010
972010
Diversity is what you want it to be: How social-dominance motives affect construals of diversity
MM Unzueta, ED Knowles, GC Ho
Psychological science 23 (3), 303-309, 2012
932012
How believing in affirmative action quotas protects White menĘs self-esteem
MM Unzueta, BS Lowery, ED Knowles
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 105 (1), 1-13, 2008
902008
Diversity is in the eye of the beholder: How concern for the in-group affects perceptions of racial diversity
MM Unzueta, KR Binning
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 38 (1), 26-38, 2012
782012
How believing in affirmative action quotas affects White womenĘs self-image
MM Unzueta, AS Gutiérrez, N Ghavami
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 46 (1), 120-126, 2010
722010
Social dominance orientation moderates reactions to Black and White discrimination claimants
MM Unzueta, BA Everly, AS Gutiérrez
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 54, 81-88, 2014
572014
Diverse according to whom? Racial group membership and concerns about discrimination shape diversity judgments
CW Bauman, S Trawalter, MM Unzueta
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 40 (10), 1354-1372, 2014
522014
Are admissions decisions based on family ties fairer than those that consider race? Social dominance orientation and attitudes toward legacy vs. affirmative action policies
AS Gutiérrez, MM Unzueta
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 49 (3), 554-558, 2013
442013
“Tall poppies” and “American dreams” reactions to rich and poor in Australia and the United States
AN Mandisodza, JT Jost, MM Unzueta
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 37 (6), 659-668, 2006
442006
Drawing the diversity line: Numerical thresholds of diversity vary by group status.
F Danbold, MM Unzueta
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 118 (2), 283, 2020
382020
Can being gay provide a boost in the hiring process? Maybe if the boss is female
BA Everly, MM Unzueta, MJ Shih
Journal of Business and Psychology 31 (2), 293-306, 2016
332016
Negational racial identity and presidential voting preferences
CB Zhong, AD Galinsky, MM Unzueta
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 44 (6), 1563-1566, 2008
252008
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