Samantha Sinclair
Samantha Sinclair
Senior lecturer in psychology, Linnaeus University
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What will I be when I grow up? The impact of gender identity threat on adolescents' occupational preferences
S Sinclair, R Carlsson
Journal of Adolescence 36 (3), 465-474, 2013
552013
The role of friends in career compromise: Same-gender friendship intensifies gender differences in educational choice
S Sinclair, R Carlsson, F Björklund
Journal of Vocational Behavior 84 (2), 109-118, 2014
262014
Explaining gender-typed educational choice in adolescence: The role of social identity, self-concept, goals, grades, and interests
S Sinclair, A Nilsson, E Cederskär
Journal of Vocational Behavior 110, 54-71, 2019
172019
Prototypes and same-gender bias in perceptions of hiring discrimination
R Carlsson, S Sinclair
The Journal of Social Psychology 158 (3), 285-297, 2018
162018
Getting along or ahead: Effects of gender identity threat on communal and agentic self‐presentations
S Sinclair, R Carlsson, F Björklund
Scandinavian journal of psychology 57 (5), 427-432, 2016
102016
What will I be when I grow up
S Sinclair, R Carlsson
The impact of gender, 2013
52013
Do social norms influence young people’s willingness to take the COVID-19 vaccine?
S Sinclair, J Agerström
Health Communication, 1-8, 2021
42021
“If others are honest, I will be too”: Effects of social norms on willingness to fake during employment interviews
S Sinclair, J Agerström
Personnel Assessment and Decisions, 2021
22021
Social psychological barriers to a gender balanced labor market: The role of gender identity threats, friendship priorities, and perceived discrimination
S Sinclair
Lund University, 2015
22015
The relation between students’ implicit researcher-gender associations and perceptions of a research career
S Sinclair, U Tellhed, F Björklund
22013
Reactions to affirmative action policies in hiring: Effects of framing and beneficiary gender
S Sinclair, R Carlsson
Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy, 2021
12021
Bystander Reactions to Workplace Incivility: The Role of Gender and Discrimination Claims
S Sinclair
Europe's Journal of Psychology 17 (1), 134, 2021
12021
Does expertise and thinking mode matter for accuracy in judgments of job applicants’ cognitive ability?
S Sinclair, J Agerström
Scandinavian journal of psychology 61 (4), 484-493, 2020
12020
The role of prototypes and same-gender bias in attributions to gender discrimination in hiring
R Carlsson, S Sinclair, J Agerström
Linnéuniversitetet, 2013
12013
The Indirect and Direct Attitude Measure (IDAM)
JC Rohner, J Mårtensson, M Geisler, S Sinclair, J Zetterberg
Lund Psychological Reports, 2009
12009
Selected or rejected: Men and women’s reactions to affirmative action procedures in hiring
R Carlsson, S Sinclair
Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy, 2021
2021
Death, ideology, and worldview: Evidence of death anxiety but not mortality salience effects on political ideology and worldview
A Nilsson, S Sinclair
PsyArXiv, 2021
2021
Reactions to affirmative action policies in hiring: Effects of framing and beneficiary gender
Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy, 1-19, 2021
2021
Preprint_Selected or rejected. Men and women’s reactions to affirmative action procedures in hiring
R Carlsson, S Sinclair
PsyArXiv, 2020
2020
Inaccurate perceptions and work seeking discouragement: Consequences of gender discrimination prototypes at work
S Sinclair
13th European Congress of Psychology, 9-12 July, 2013, Stockholm, 2013
2013
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