Joshua L. Rabinowitz
Joshua L. Rabinowitz
Lecturer IV of Psychology, University of Michigan
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei umich.edu
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Ethnic identity, legitimizing ideologies, and social status: A matter of ideological asymmetry
S Levin, J Sidanius, JL Rabinowitz, C Federico
Political Psychology 19 (2), 373-404, 1998
2831998
Social dominance orientation and intergroup bias: The legitimation of favoritism for high-status groups
S Levin, CM Federico, J Sidanius, JL Rabinowitz
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 28 (2), 144-157, 2002
1832002
Gender, ethnic status, and ideological asymmetry: A social dominance interpretation
J Sidanius, F Pratto, JL Rabinowitz
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 25 (2), 194-216, 1994
1621994
Why do White Americans oppose race‐targeted policies? Clarifying the impact of symbolic racism
JL Rabinowitz, DO Sears, J Sidanius, JA Krosnick
Political psychology 30 (5), 805-828, 2009
1112009
The three Rs of academic achievement: Reading,’riting, and racism
C Van Laar, J Sidanius, JL Rabinowitz, S Sinclair
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 25 (1), 136-148, 1999
871999
Peering into the jaws of the beast: The integrative dynamics of social identity, symbolic racism, and social dominance.
J Sidanius, S Levin, JL Rabinowitz, CM Frederico
Russell Sage Foundation, 1999
841999
Go with the flow or fight the power? The interactive effects of social dominance orientation and perceived injustice on support for the status quo
JL Rabinowitz
Political Psychology 20 (1), 1-14, 1999
651999
Autonomous regulation and locus of control as predictors of antiretroviral medication adherence
IAN Lynam, D Catley, K Goggin, JL Rabinowitz, MM Gerkovich, K Williams, ...
Journal of health psychology 14 (4), 578-586, 2009
442009
Scripts, close relationships, and symbolic meanings of contraceptives
TD Conley, JL Rabinowitz
Personal Relationships 11 (4), 539-558, 2004
432004
Gender, ethnic status, ingroup attachment and social dominance orientation
J Sidanius, F Pratto, J Rabinowitz
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 25, 194-216, 1994
381994
OJ Simpson as shared (and unshared) reality: The impact of consensually shared beliefs on interpersonal perceptions and task performance in different-and same-ethnicity dyads.
TD Conley, JL Rabinowitz, CD Hardin
Journal of personality and social psychology 99 (3), 452, 2010
232010
Understanding the relationship between egalitarianism and affective bias: Avenues to reducing prejudice among adolescents
JL Rabinowitz, MA Wittig, M Von Braun, R Franke, L Zander‐Music
Journal of Social Issues 61 (3), 525-545, 2005
232005
Gordon Gekkos, frat boys and nice guys: The content, dimensions, and structural determinants of multiple ethnic minority groups' stereotypes about White men
TD Conley, JL Rabinowitz, J Rabow
Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy 10 (1), 69-96, 2010
222010
US ethnic minorities' attitudes towards Whites: The role of shared reality theory in intergroup relations
TD Conley, JL Rabinowitz, JL Matsick
European Journal of Social Psychology 46 (1), 13-25, 2016
152016
The devaluation of relationships (not individuals): The case of dyadic relationship stigmatization
TD Conley, JL Rabinowitz
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 39 (4), 918-944, 2009
62009
Interpreting the politics of race: The importance of equality beliefs and their implications for white Americans' attitudes toward racial policy.
JL Rabinowitz
42000
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