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  1. Signorella & Hayes (2012, April). Dependent Variables, Designs, and Data Analytic Decisions: Empirical Evidence on the Effects of Single-Sex Schools. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association conference, Vancouver, BC.

    Resource Type: Presentation
    Creator: Signorella, Margaret L. and Hayes, Amy Roberson
    Keyword: gender, single-sex schooling, education
    Subject: Education
    Language: English
    Object Type: GenericWork
    Date Uploaded: 2017-06-23T18:03:24Z
  2. Cooper & Signorella (1998, May). Sexism Predicts Appeal of Gender Stereotypes from a Popular Book on Relationships. Paper presented at the Association for Psychological Science, Washington, DC.

    Resource Type: Presentation
    Creator: Cooper, Jeanna E. and Signorella, Margaret L.
    Keyword: gender differences, sexism, stereotypes, and relationships
    Language: English
    Object Type: GenericWork
    Date Uploaded: 2017-05-29T13:24:03Z
  3. Canvas Accessible Syllabus Presentation Outline (pdf file)

    Resource Type: Presentation
    Creator: Signorella, Margaret L.
    Keyword: Canvas, syllabus, and accessibility
    Language: English
    Object Type: GenericWork
    Date Uploaded: 2016-10-12T17:11:43Z
  4. Nelson, Signorella, & Botti (2016). Accent, gender, and perceived competence. Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences, 38(2), 166-185.

    Resource Type: Article
    Creator: Nelson, Larry R., Signorella, Margaret L., and Botti, Karin G.
    Keyword: language, gender, accent, and prejudice
    Language: English
    Object Type: GenericWork
    Date Uploaded: 2016-04-17T13:43:37Z
  5. Grimes, Hough, & Signorella (2007). Email End Users and Spam: Relations of Gender and Age Group to Attitudes and Actions. Computers in Human Behavior, vol. 23.

    Resource Type: Article
    Creator: Grimes, Galen A., Hough, Michelle G., and Signorella, Margaret L.
    Keyword: consumer behavior, attitudes, Internet, spam, gender, email, and age
    Language: English
    Object Type: GenericWork
    Date Uploaded: 2015-07-19T23:23:45Z
  6. Hughes, Behanna, & Signorella (2001). Perceived Accuracy of Fortune Telling and Belief in the Paranormal. Journal of Social Psychology, vol. 141.

    Resource Type: Article
    Creator: Hughes, Matthew, Behanna, Robert, and Signorella, Margaret L.
    Keyword: paranormal, attitudes, skepticism, and Barnum effect
    Object Type: GenericWork
    Date Uploaded: 2015-07-04T17:32:22Z
  7. Signorella & Frieze (2008). Interrelations of Gender Schemas in Children and Adolescents: Attitudes, Preferences, and Self Perceptions. Social Behavior and Personality, vol. 36.

    Resource Type: Article
    Creator: Signorella, Margaret L. and Frieze, Irene Hanson
    Keyword: gender, stereotypes, adolescents, and children
    Object Type: GenericWork
    Date Uploaded: 2015-07-04T17:27:27Z
  8. Nelson, Signorella, & Botti (2014). Accent, Gender, and Perceived Competence.

    Resource Type: Research Paper
    Creator: Nelson, Larry R., Signorella, Margaret L., and Botti, Karin G.
    Keyword: gender and accent
    Object Type: GenericWork
    Date Uploaded: 2015-07-04T12:43:21Z
  9. Signorella, Bigler, & Liben (1993). Developmental differences in children's gender schemata about others: A meta-analytic review. Developmental Review, vol. 13

    Resource Type: Article
    Creator: Signorella, Margaret L,, Bigler, Rebecca S., and Liben, Lynn S.
    Keyword: stereotypes, schemas, attitudes, gender, and development
    Object Type: GenericWork
    Date Uploaded: 2015-07-04T11:07:06Z
  10. Signorella (1999). Multidimensionality of gender schemas: Implications for the development of gender-related characteristics

    Resource Type: Part of Book
    Creator: Signorella, Margaret L.
    Keyword: gender development, stereotypes, and meta-analysis
    Language: English
    Publisher: American Psychological Association
    Object Type: GenericWork
    Date Uploaded: 2015-06-13T22:52:05Z