Cognition and Affect
Fuller, E. W., McIntyre, R. B., & Oberleitner, D. E. (in press). Retrieval fluency moderates the effects of recalling successes and failures on subsequent task performance.
Lin, P. S., Kennette, L. N., van Havermaet, L. R., Frank, N. M., & McIntyre, R. B. (in press). Priming ability-relevant social categories improves intellectual test performance.
McIntyre, R. B., Paulson, R. M., Taylor, C., Morin, A., & Lord, C. G. (2011). Effects of role model deservingness on overcoming performance deficits induced by stereotype threat. European Journal of Social Psychology, 41, 301-311.
Paulson, R. M., Lord, C. G., Taylor, C., Brady, S. E., McIntyre, R. B., & Fuller, E. W. (2011). A matching hypothesis for the activity level of actions involved in attitude-behavior consistency. Social Psychology and Personality Processes, 3, 40-47.
Taylor, C., Lord, C. G., McIntyre, R. B., & Paulson, R. M. (2011). The Hillary Clinton effect: When the same role model inspires or fails to inspire improved performance under stereotype threat. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 14, 447-459.
Baird, J. P., McIntyre, R. B., & Theim, K. R.* (2008). Effects of dieting history saliency on self-esteem and perceived body image in college women. Appetite, 49, 276.
Gresky, D. M., Ten Eyck, L. L., Lord, C. G., & McIntyre, R. B. (2005). Effects of salient multiple identities on women’s performance under mathematics stereotype threat. Sex Roles, 53, 703-716.
McIntyre, R. B., Lord, C. G., Gresky, D. M., Ten Eyck, L. L., Frye, G . D. J., & Bond, C. F. (2005). A social impact trend in the effects of role models on alleviating women’s mathematics stereotype threat. Current Research in Social Psychology, 10 (9), 116-136.
McIntyre, R. B., Paulson, R. M., Lord, C. G., & Lepper, M. R. (2004). Effects of attitude action identification on congruence between attitudes and behavioral intentions toward social groups. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 30, 1151-1164.
McIntyre, R. B., Lord, C. G., Lewis, S. J., & Frye, G . D. J. (2003). False memories of attitude-relevant actions. Social Cognition, 21, 395-420.
McIntyre, R. B., Paulson, R. M., & Lord, C. G. (2003). Alleviating women’s mathematics stereotype threat through positive group achievements. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 39, 83-90.