Courses Frequently Taught
Gervais, S. J., & Hillard, A. L. (in press). Confronting sexism as persuasion: Effects of a confrontation's source, message, and context. Journal of Social Issues.
Hillard, A. L., Schneider, T. S., Jackson, S., & LaHuis, D. (2014). The effects of faculty composition in STEM: What critical mass of women is transformative? Invited submission.
Hillard, A. L., Ryan, C. S., & Gervais, S. J. (2013). Reactions to the Implicit Association Test as an educational tool: A mixed methods study. Social Psychology of Education. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1007/s11218-013-9219-5
Hillard, A. L. (2013). Understanding inequality: How dichotomies hold past and present women back. [Review of the book Suspect citizens: Women, virtue, an vice in backlash politics, by J. M. Boryczka]. Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy. Advance online publication.
Gervais, S. J., & HIllard, A. L. (2011). A role congruity perspective on voting preferences for Hilary Clinton and Sarah Palin. Analysis of Social Issues and Public Policy, 11, 221-240.
Gervais, S., Hillard, A. L., & Vescio, T. K. (2010). Confronting sexism: The role of relationship orientation and gender. Sex Roles, 63, 463-474.