Peer Reviewed Publications
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Danbold, F. & Bendersky, C. (Forthcoming). Inverting Professional Prototypes Increases the Valuation of Women in Male-Dominated Fields. Organization Science.
Papers in Progress or Review
(Please email fdanbold[at]stern.nyu.edu for latest manuscript drafts.)
Danbold, F.& Huo, Y. J. (in review at the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology). Who Gets to Represent Us?: Defense of Prototypicality Explains Dominant Group Resistance to Diversity
Bendersky, C. & Danbold, F.(in review at Administrative Science Quarterly). Manipulating Professional Prototypes Increases the Influence of Inclusive Leaders
Danbold, F., Onyeador, I.N., & Unzueta, M.M. (in review at the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology). Digressive Victimhood: How Dominant Groups Counter Claims of Oppression
Danbold, F. & Huo, Y. J. (in in prep). Whites’ Anxiety about Changing National Identity and Support for Nativist Politics.
Danbold, F., Bendersky, C. & Cheng, D. (in prep). Prototypes in Combination: How the Contours of Complex Categories Reify Prejudice.
Danbold, F., Jurcevic, I., Unzueta, M. M. (in prep). From Rosy to Reality: The Case for Realistic Framings of Diversity for Members of Dominant Groups.
Francioli, S., Danbold, F., & North, M. (in prep). Boomers vs. Millennials: Threat Asymmetry in Intergenerational Tensions
Danbold, F. & Wiesenfeld, B. (in prep). How Narrow Versus Wide Prototype Structure Shapes Categorization and Prejudice.
Danbold, F. & Blader, S. (in prep). Prototypes as Objects: Being Prototypical Imbues Groups with Permanence.
Danbold, F., Rattan, A., & Phillips, L.T. (in prep). Entitlement to Belong in Men Predicts Opposition to Gender Diversity Efforts.
Danbold, F., Huo, Y.J., Begeny, C.B, Ni, H.W., & Serrano-Careaga, J.A. (in prep). Students’ Beliefs About the Relationship Between Diversity and Excellence and Intergroup Attitudes.
Huo, Y. J., Danbold, F., Begeny, C. T., Serrano-Careaga, J. (in prep). Do You Value Me or My Ethnic Group? The Asymmetrical Influence of Personal and Subgroup Respect on Community Engagement and Psychological Well-Being.
Sears, D.O., Danbold, F., & Zavala, V.M. (in prep). A Dual-Process Model of the Acquisition of Partisanship: The Case of Latino Immigrants