Barbara Masser
Barbara Masser
School of Psychology, The University of Queensland
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Beyond prejudice as simple antipathy: hostile and benevolent sexism across cultures.
P Glick, ST Fiske, A Mladinic, JL Saiz, D Abrams, B Masser, B Adetoun, ...
Journal of personality and social psychology 79 (5), 763, 2000
Perceptions of stranger and acquaintance rape: The role of benevolent and hostile sexism in victim blame and rape proclivity.
D Abrams, GT Viki, B Masser, G Bohner
Journal of personality and social psychology 84 (1), 111, 2003
Bad but bold: Ambivalent attitudes toward men predict gender inequality in 16 nations.
P Glick, M Lameiras, ST Fiske, T Eckes, B Masser, C Volpato, ...
Journal of personality and social psychology 86 (5), 713, 2004
Integrating social identity theory and the theory of planned behaviour to explain decisions to engage in sustainable agricultural practices
KS Fielding, DJ Terry, BM Masser, MA Hogg
British journal of social psychology 47 (1), 23-48, 2008
The psychology of blood donation: current research and future directions
BM Masser, KM White, MK Hyde, DJ Terry
Transfusion medicine reviews 22 (3), 215-233, 2008
Reinforcing the glass ceiling: The consequences of hostile sexism for female managerial candidates
BM Masser, D Abrams
Sex Roles 51 (9-10), 609-615, 2004
Explaining landholders' decisions about riparian zone management: The role of behavioural, normative, and control beliefs
KS Fielding, DJ Terry, BM Masser, P Bordia, MA Hogg
Journal of environmental management 77 (1), 12-21, 2005
Evaluating stranger and acquaintance rape: The role of benevolent sexism in perpetrator blame and recommended sentence length
GT Viki, D Abrams, B Masser
Law and Human Behavior 28 (3), 295-303, 2004
Contemporary sexism: The relationships among hostility, benevolence, and neosexism
B Masser, D Abrams
Psychology of women quarterly 23 (3), 503-517, 1999
Predicting blood donation intentions and behavior among Australian blood donors: testing an extended theory of planned behavior model
BM Masser, KM White, MK Hyde, DJ Terry, NG Robinson
Transfusion 49 (2), 320-329, 2009
Life on the ocean wave: Testing some intergroup hypotheses in a naturalistic setting
R Brown, P Maras, B Masser, J Vivian, M Hewstone
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 4 (2), 81-97, 2001
Demographic category membership and leadership in small groups: A social identity analysis
MA Hogg, KS Fielding, D Johnson, B Masser, E Russell, A Svensson
The Leadership Quarterly 17 (4), 335-350, 2006
Bad woman, bad victim? Disentangling the effects of victim stereotypicality, gender stereotypicality and benevolent sexism on acquaintance rape victim blame
B Masser, K Lee, BM McKimmie
Sex Roles 62 (7), 494-504, 2010
Predicting intentions to donate blood among nondonors in Australia: an extended theory of planned behavior
NG Robinson, BM Masser, KM White, MK Hyde, DJ Terry
Transfusion 48 (12), 2559-2567, 2008
Hostile sexism and rape proclivity amongst men
B Masser, GT Viki, C Power
Sex Roles 54 (7-8), 565-574, 2006
Predicting the retention of first‐time donors using an extended Theory of Planned Behavior
BM Masser, TC Bednall, KM White, D Terry
Transfusion 52 (6), 1303-1310, 2012
‘We like you, but we don’t want you’—The impact of pregnancy in the workplace
B Masser, K Grass, M Nesic
Sex Roles 57 (9-10), 703-712, 2007
Judgments of sexual assault: The impact of complainant emotional demeanor, gender, and victim stereotypes
RA Schuller, BM McKimmie, BM Masser, MA Klippenstine
New Criminal Law Review 13 (4), 759-780, 2010
How can we improve retention of the first-time donor? A systematic review of the current evidence
KL Bagot, AL Murray, BM Masser
Transfusion medicine reviews 30 (2), 81-91, 2016
What counts as rape? The effect of offense prototypes, victim stereotypes, and participant gender on how the complainant and defendant are perceived
BM McKimmie, BM Masser, R Bongiorno
Journal of interpersonal violence 29 (12), 2273-2303, 2014
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