silvia galdi
silvia galdi
professor, UniversitÓ della Campania Luigi Vanvitelli
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Automatic mental associations predict future choices of undecided decision-makers
S Galdi, L Arcuri, B Gawronski
science 321 (5892), 1100-1102, 2008
Predicting the vote: Implicit attitudes as predictors of the future behavior of decided and undecided voters
L Arcuri, L Castelli, S Galdi, C Zogmaister, A Amadori
Political Psychology 29 (3), 369-387, 2008
Temporal stability of implicit and explicit measures: A longitudinal analysis
B Gawronski, M Morrison, CE Phills, S Galdi
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 43 (3), 300-312, 2017
The roots of stereotype threat: When automatic associations disrupt girls' math performance
S Galdi, M Cadinu, C Tomasetto
Child development 85 (1), 250-263, 2014
Objectifying media: Their effect on gender role norms and sexual harassment of women
S Galdi, A Maass, M Cadinu
Psychology of Women Quarterly 38 (3), 398-413, 2014
Parents' math–gender stereotypes, children's self-perception of ability, and children's appraisal of parents' evaluations in 6-year-olds
C Tomasetto, A Mirisola, S Galdi, M Cadinu
Contemporary Educational Psychology 42, 186-198, 2015
Selective exposure in decided and undecided individuals: Differential relations to automatic associations and conscious beliefs
S Galdi, B Gawronski, L Arcuri, M Friese
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 38 (5), 559-569, 2012
Family matters: Rethinking the psychology of human social motivation
A Ko, CM Pick, JY Kwon, M Barlev, JA Krems, MEW Varnum, R Neel, ...
Perspectives on Psychological Science 15 (1), 173-201, 2020
Gender differences in implicit gender self‐categorization lead to stronger gender self‐stereotyping by women than by men
M Cadinu, S Galdi
European Journal of Social Psychology 42 (5), 546-551, 2012
What can political psychology learn from implicit measures? Empirical evidence and new directions
B Gawronski, S Galdi, L Arcuri
Political Psychology 36 (1), 1-17, 2015
Objecting to objectification: Women’s collective action against sexual objectification on television
F Guizzo, M Cadinu, S Galdi, A Maass, M Latrofa
Sex Roles 77, 352-365, 2017
Media-induced sexual harassment: The routes from sexually objectifying media to sexual harassment
S Galdi, F Guizzo
Sex Roles 84 (11), 645-669, 2021
Defending the victim of sexual harassment: The influence of civil courage and media exposure
S Galdi, A Maass, M Cadinu
Psychology of Women Quarterly 41 (3), 338-351, 2017
Sexual harassment: Motivations and consequences
A Maass, M Cadinu, S Galdi
The Sage handbook of gender and psychology, 341-358, 2013
Chameleonic social identities: Context induces shifts in homosexuals' self‐stereotyping and self‐categorization
M Cadinu, S Galdi, A Maass
European Journal of Social Psychology 43 (6), 471-481, 2013
Quando l'implicito precede l'esplicito: gli stereotipi di genere sulla matematica in bambine e bambini di 6 anni
C Tomasetto, S Galdi, M Cadinu
Psicologia sociale 7 (2), 169-186, 2012
How do you self-categorize? Gender and sexual orientation self-categorization in homosexual/heterosexual men and women
F Fasoli, M Cadinu, A Carnaghi, S Galdi, F Guizzo, L Tassara
Personality and Individual Differences 123, 135-139, 2018
Family still matters: Human social motivation across 42 countries during a global pandemic
CM Pick, A Ko, AS Wormley, A Wiezel, DT Kenrick, L Al-Shawaf, O Barry, ...
Evolution and human behavior 43 (6), 527-535, 2022
Using implicit measures to read the minds of undecided voters
B Gawronski, S Galdi
Social Perception, COgnition and Language in honour of Arcuri, 203-216, 2011
On the relations between parents' and children's implicit and explicit academic gender stereotypes
S Galdi, A Mirisola, C Tomasetto
Psicologia sociale 12 (2), 215-238, 2017
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