Shelley Correll
TitleCited byYear
Getting a job: Is there a motherhood penalty?
SJ Correll, S Benard, I Paik
American journal of sociology 112 (5), 1297-1338, 2007
16912007
Unpacking the gender system: A theoretical perspective on gender beliefs and social relations
CL Ridgeway, SJ Correll
Gender & society 18 (4), 510-531, 2004
14752004
Gender and the career choice process: The role of biased self-assessments
SJ Correll
American journal of Sociology 106 (6), 1691-1730, 2001
11972001
Constraints into preferences: Gender, status, and emerging career aspirations
SJ Correll
American sociological review 69 (1), 93-113, 2004
8022004
Expectation states theory
SJ Correll, CL Ridgeway
Handbook of social psychology, 29-51, 2006
4322006
The ethnography of an electronic bar: The lesbian cafe
S Correll
Journal of contemporary ethnography 24 (3), 270-298, 1995
4231995
Motherhood as a status characteristic
CL Ridgeway, SJ Correll
Journal of Social Issues 60 (4), 683-700, 2004
4102004
The role of gender in scholarly authorship
JD West, J Jacquet, MM King, SJ Correll, CT Bergstrom
PloS one 8 (7), e66212, 2013
3152013
Consensus and the creation of status beliefs
CL Ridgeway, SJ Correll
Social Forces 85 (1), 431-453, 2006
2642006
Normative discrimination and the motherhood penalty
S Benard, SJ Correll
Gender & Society 24 (5), 616-646, 2010
2552010
Limiting inequality through interaction: The end (s) of gender
CL Ridgeway, SJ Correll
Contemporary Sociology 29 (1), 110, 2000
1812000
Cognitive bias and the motherhood penalty
S Benard, I Paik, SJ Correll
Hastings LJ 59, 1359, 2007
982007
Biased estimators? Comparing status and statistical theories of gender discrimination
SJ Correll, S Benard
Advances in group processes, 89-116, 2006
942006
Men set their own cites high: Gender and self-citation across fields and over time
MM King, CT Bergstrom, SJ Correll, J Jacquet, JD West
Socius 3, 2378023117738903, 2017
852017
Redesigning, redefining work
SJ Correll, EL Kelly, LT O’Connor, JC Williams
Work and Occupations 41 (1), 3-17, 2014
732014
It’s the conventional thought that counts: How third-order inference produces status advantage
SJ Correll, CL Ridgeway, EW Zuckerman, S Jank, S Jordan-Bloch, ...
American Sociological Review 82 (2), 297-327, 2017
492017
SWS 2016 Feminist Lecture: Reducing gender biases in modern workplaces: A small wins approach to organizational change
SJ Correll
Gender & Society 31 (6), 725-750, 2017
352017
Vague feedback is holding women back
S Correll, C Simard
Harvard Business Review, 2016
302016
An introduction to the social psychology of gender
SJ Correll, S Thebaud, S Benard
Social psychology of gender, 1-18, 2007
292007
Women in academic medicine: measuring stereotype threat among junior faculty
M Fassiotto, EO Hamel, M Ku, S Correll, D Grewal, P Lavori, VJ Periyakoil, ...
Journal of Women's Health 25 (3), 292-298, 2016
242016
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