Kailey E. Plowman

  • Psychology - Student, ASU

There are 2 included publications by Kailey E. Plowman :

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Do People Really Think They Are Alone In A Crowd Of Sheep?: Replication And Extension Of Pronin Et Al. (2007) 2020 282 People often think they are less biased, more rational, and less likely to conform than their peers. For example, research by Pronin, Berger, and Molouki (2007) found that Princeton students evaluated themselves as much less likely to conform compare...
Only You Can Prevent Discrimination: Testing The Effects Of Autonomy-Promoting Anti-Prejudice Messages 2022 36 Previous research has indicated that people's stereotypes about race, sex, and age can influence their hiring decisions. Companies often implement equal opportunity efforts and antiprejudice messaging to alleviate discrimination in hiring practices. ...