Richard Harvey

Richard Harvey
Saint Louis University | SLU · Department of Psychology

PhD

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Due to the sexual nature of their work, strip club dancers have long been subject to marginalization and occupational stigma. During the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, dancers faced unique stressors due to their status as contract workers within the stigmatized commercial sex/adult entertainment industry, and these stressors have likely i...
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It has been posited that populations being exposed to long-term air pollution are more susceptible to COVID-19. Evidence is emerging that long-term exposure to ambient PM2.5 (particulate matter with aerodynamic diameter 2.5 μm or less) associates with higher COVID-19 mortality rates, but whether it also associates with the speed at which the diseas...
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Two studies were conducted to develop and then validate a scale to measure the construct of Colorism. While colorism is a long discussed phenomena within the Black community in the United States, there have been virtually no attempts to measure the degree to which individuals embrace it. The In-Group Colorism Scale (ICS) was developed to assess the...
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The Cost of Racism for People of Color: Contextualizing Experiences of Discrimination, edited by Alvin N. Alvarez, Christopher T. H. Liang, and Helen A. Neville (2016), presents the current research, theories, and models on the target’s perspective on prejudice. Although the primary perspective of the book is on the psychological costs associated r...
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Reviews the book, Navigating the Academic Career: Common Issues and Uncommon Strategies by Victor N. Shaw (see record 2013-43280-000 ). The book was written to help graduate students, researchers, and faculty members successfully navigate through the many facets of beginning and maintaining a productive career in academia. Shaw, intends for the boo...
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Reviews the book, The Handbook of Work Analysis: Methods, Systems, Applications and Science of Work Measurement in Organizations by Mark A. Wilson, Winston Bennett Jr., Shanan G. Gibson, and George M. Alliger (see record 2011-29889-000 ). In recent years there has been a shift in the collection of information about jobs from the traditional sole fo...
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Drawing from the conservation of resources framework and self-control principles, we proposed a moderated mediational model through which emotional exhaustion may be linked to counterproductive work behaviours (CWBs). Analyses conducted with 175 Midwestern government workers revealed that both depersonalization (i.e. detachment from one's work, cus...
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This study examined the impact of hostile environments and stereotype threat on women’s math performance. A hostile environment was created with a derogatory cartoon related to women's math ability. Stereotype threat was removed by informing women participants that “men and women perform equally” on the math test. Results showed that hostile enviro...
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Culturally sensitive health interventions have proven to be vitally important for the elimination of the health disparities that Black Americans face. The purpose of this study was to illuminate the role and importance of health behavior racial typicality and racial identification in how Black Americans view and engage in health behaviors. Black Am...
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The current study compared the predictions of two socio-cultural theories, shifting standards and intergroup bias, to predict sexual double standards that occur in reactions to computer-mediated infidelity. Shifting standards theory (Biernat In The shifting standards model: Implications of stereotype accuracy for social judgment, APA, Washington DC...
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Ethnic attitudes may be a consequence of both group membership, as posited by Social Identity Theory (SIT), and of individual difference characteristics, as posited by Social Dominance Theory. University students in Guatemala (N = 196) reported their ethnic identity and completed a battery of surveys including Social Dominance Orientation (SDO), so...
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Reviews the book, Measuring Race and Ethnicity by Larry E. Davis and Rafael J. Engel (see record 2010-23661-000 ). The authors of this book provide a variety of scales across several different ethnic minority groups including Asian Americans, African Americans, Hispanics, and Native Americans. Each chapter provides scales that reflect both intragro...
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Reviews the book, The psychology of prejudice: From attitudes to social action by Lynne M. Jackson (see record 2010-19894-000 ). Lynne Jackson’s book The psychology of prejudice: From attitudes to social action provides an up-to-date and comprehensive review of the extant prejudice research. One of the main contributions of the book is that it extr...
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Reviews the book, Multiculturalism and diversity: A social psychological perspective by Bernice Lott (see record 2009-17221-000 ). Lott’s primary thesis in her book is that every individual is multicultural in that he or she is situated within a matrix of intersecting cultural identities. Lott makes her case through the use of research findings and...
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Learning to Teach Critical ThinkingThe Critical Thinking Pedagogical FrameworkIdeas for CT Teaching in Two Different Kinds of CoursesConclusions References
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Reviews the book, Psychological Perspective on Affirmative Action by Dennis Doverspike, Mary Anne Taylor, and Winifred Arthur Jr. (see record 2006-09704-000 ). The purpose of this book is to highlight psychological theories and empirical research that either attempts to explain or might be used to explain cognitive, affective, and behavioral respon...
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Reviews the book, Handbook of Workplace Diversity edited by Alison M. Konrad, Pushkala Prasad, and Judith K. Pringle (see record 2006-03929-000 ). In compiling the Handbook of Workplace Diversity , the editors gathered an impressive and thought-provoking collection of essays framed by an equally impressive introductory chapter. This book is a "hand...
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The purpose of this study was to examine the extent to which racial contexts moderate the importance and function of intragroup skin-tone stigma among Black Americans. One hundred and thirty-two Black students were recruited from both a predominantly Black university and a predominantly White university and completed measures on skin tone, skin-ton...
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Although performance appraisal research has been ongoing for more than 50 years, the focus has largely been on the rater and the rating instruments. This study seeks to answer a more recent call by researchers to focus on contextual variables surrounding the performance appraisal process by analyzing two such variables: appraisal purpose and rater...
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The objective of this study was to explore, using Q-methodology, women's subjective reactions to and experiences with mathematics. Ninety-six undergraduate women from a private university conducted Q-sorts on items that related to their personal experiences, attitudes, and belief/awareness of gender stereotypes for math. On the basis of the Q-facto...
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In an attempt to define stigmatization from the perspective of stigmatized group members, the author focused on the development and validation of a stigmatization scale. The scale's content validity was established with the assistance of experts in the field. European American, African American, and Native American students from 5 different U.S. un...
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Two studies examined whether exposing Whites to collective guilt- and shame-inducing stimuli would lead to heightened support for Black programs. White participants watched either a civil-rights videotape or one of two control videos and then completed either a self-affirmation task or a filler task. Support for Black programs was measured in a bog...
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We examine the importance of group membership in stigma and its role in the eÄectiveness of self-protective cognitions in three experiments. In Experiment 1, men are asked to interact with an attractive female who will judge their value as a potential date, and either eat a mint or a clove of raw garlic prior to the interview. Although the stigmati...
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We examine the importance of group membership in stigma and its role in the effectiveness of self-protective cognitions in three experiments. In Experiment I, men are asked to interact with an attractive female who will judge their value as a potential date, and either eat a mint or a clove of raw garlic prior to the interview. Although the stigmat...
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This study examined the impact of hostile environments and stereotype threat on women's math performance. A hostile environment was created with a derogatory cartoon related to women's math ability. Stereotype threat was removed by informing women participants that "men and women perform equally" on the math test. Results showed that hostile enviro...
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The processes involved in well-being maintenance among African Americans who differed in their attributions to prejudice were examined. A rejection–identification model was proposed where stable attributions to prejudice represent rejection by the dominant group. This results in a direct and negative effect on well-being. The model also predicts a...
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The processes involved in well-being maintenance among African Americans who differed in their attributions to prejudice were examined. A rejection-identification model was proposed where stable attributions to prejudice represent rejection by the dominant group. This results in a direct and negative effect on well-being. The model also predicts a...
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To investigate the extent members of social groups assort along dimensions valued by the group, the authors studied similarity among naturally occurring same-sex, same-race pairs on 3 university campuses. Each member of a pair was asked about height, weight, age, politics, and exercise. The authors hypothesized that people form friendships along th...
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To investigate the extent members of social groups assort along dimensions valued by the group, the authors studied similarity among naturally occurring same-sex, same-race pairs on 3 university campuses. Each member of a pair was asked about height, weight, age, politics, and exercise. The authors hypothesized that people form friendships along th...

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