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The Effect of an Intervention to Break the Gender Bias Habit for Faculty at One Institution: A Cluster Randomized, Controlled Trial, Molly Carnes, Patricia G. Devine, Linda Baier Manwell, Angela Byars-Winston, Eve Fine, Cecilia Ford, Patrick S. Forscher, Carol Isaac, Anna Kaatz, Wairimu Magua, Mari Palta, and Jennifer Sheridan

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Long-term reduction in implicit race bias: A prejudice habit-breaking intervention., Patricia G. Devine, Patrick S. Forscher, Anthony J. Austin, and William T.L. Cox

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A gender bias habit-breaking intervention led to increased hiring of female faculty in STEMM departments, Patricia G. Devine, Patrick S. Forscher, William T.L. Cox, Anna Kaatz, Jennifer Sheridan, and Molly Carnes

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Little race or gender bias in an experiment of initial review of NIH R01 grant proposals, Patrick S. Forscher, William T.L. Cox, Markus Brauer, and Patricia G. Devine

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The motivation to express prejudice, Patrick S. Forscher, William T.L. Cox, Nicholas Graetz, and Patricia G. Devine

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A Meta-Analysis of Procedures to Change Implicit Measures, Patrick S. Forscher, Calvin K. Lai, Jordan R. Ast, Charles R. Ebersole, Michelle Herman, Patricia G. Devine, and Brian A. Nosek

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Breaking the prejudice habit: Mechanisms, timecourse, and longevity, Patrick S. Forscher, Chelsea Mitamura, Emily L. Dix, William T.L. Cox, and Patricia G. Devine

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CD38 is associated with bonding-relevant cognitions and relationship satisfaction over the first 3 years of marriage, Anastasia Makhanova, James K. McNulty, Lisa A. Eckel, Larissa Nikonova, Jennifer A. Bartz, and Elizabeth A.D. Hammock

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The Psychological Science Accelerator: Advancing Psychology through a Distributed Collaborative Network, Hannah Moshontz, Lorne Campbell, Charles R. Ebersole, Hans IJzerman, Heather L. Urry, Patrick S. Forscher, Jon E. Grahe, Randy J. McCarthy, Erica D. Musser, and Jan Antfolk

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Breaking the prejudice habit: Automaticity and control in the context of a long-term goal, Patrick S. Forscher and Patricia G. Devine

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Knowledge-based interventions are more likely to reduce legal disparities than are implicit bias interventions, Patrick S. Forscher and Patricia G. Devine

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The role of intentions in conceptions of prejudice: An historical perspective, Patrick S. Forscher and Patricia G. Devine

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Controlling the influence of stereotypes on one’s thoughts (Preprint title: Controlling implicit bias: Insights from a public health perspective), Patrick S. Forscher and Patricia G. Devine