VITA

LEE JUSSIM

July 7, 2016

 

OFFICE ADDRESS:                           Department of Psychology

                                                            Rutgers University

                                                            53 Ave. E

                                                            Piscataway, NJ 08854-8040

 

                                                            Phone: 848-445-8990, Fax: 732-445-0036

                                                            Email: jussim@rci.rutgers.edu

                                                            Web page: http://www.rci.rutgers.edu/~jussim/

 

BIRTHDATE:                                       December 2, 1955

 

EDUCATIONAL HISTORY:

Ph.D. 1987  University of Michigan

B.A.   1981  University of Massachusetts, Boston

 

PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS:

1998-present   Professor, Department of Psychology, Rutgers University

2010-2013       Chair, Department of Psychology, Rutgers University

2009-2010       Interim Chair, Criminal Justice Program, Rutgers University (9/09-1/10)

2001-2006       Vice Chair for Graduate Studies, Department of Psychology, Rutgers University

1993-1998       Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, Rutgers University

1987-1993       Assistant Professor, Department of  Psychology, Rutgers University

 

FELLOWSHIPS, HONORS, AND AWARDS

2014-15           Consulting Scholar, Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, Stanford University

 

2013-14           Fellow, Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, Stanford University

 

2013                American Association of Publishers Prose Book Award for Psychology book published in 2012 (for Social perception and social reality: Why accuracy dominates bias and self-fulfilling prophecy)

 

2013                Elected Fellow, Association for Psychological Science

 

1999                Elected Fellow, Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues

 

1997                Elected Fellow, American Psychological Association

 

1996                American Psychological Association Distinguished Scientific Award for Early Career Contribution to Psychology

 

1996                New Jersey Psychological Association’s Emerging Researcher Award

 

1996                Elected Fellow, Society for Personality and Social Psychology

 

1993                Rutgers’ Board of Trustees Fellowship for Scholarly Excellence

 

 1991                Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues Gordon Allport Intergroup Relations Prize for “Social perception and social reality: A reflection-construction model,”  Psychological Review, 1991, 98, 54-73.

 

1989-90           National Academy of Education Spencer Foundation Post-Doctoral Fellowship

 

1989                Rutgers University Research Council Summer Fellowship (Declined, 1988)

 

1988                Society for Experimental Social Psychology Dissertation Award

 

EXTERNAL GRANTS

2014-2016                   Hewlett Foundation, Advancing Scientific Integrity, $180,000, PI, with Jon Krosnick.

 

2015                            Fetzer Foundation, Maximizing Scientific Integrity, $86,735, PI, with Jon Krosnick, Simine Vazire, Jonathan Schooler, and Brian Nosek

 

2014-2015                   Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, Scientific Integrity, $25,000, PI with Jon Krosnick.

 

2006-2008                   NSF, The Accumulation of Self-Fulfilling Prophecy Effects Across Perceivers (with Stephanie Madon), $148,000, direct costs.

 

1999                            NIMH, Social Identity, Intergroup Conflict, and Conflict Reduction, (with Richard Ashmore and David Wilder) $13,000 direct costs

 

1998-1999                   NSF, Social Identity, Intergroup Conflict, and Conflict Reduction, (with Richard Ashmore and David Wilder) $5,400 direct costs

 

1992-1998                   NICHD FIRST Award, Teacher expectations: Mediation, moderation, and accumulation.  $335,000 direct costs.

 

1997                           NIMH, Self, Social Identity, and Physical Health, $16,000 direct costs,  (with Richard Contrada and Richard Ashmore)

 

1997                            Fetzer Institute, $16,400, for The Second Rutgers Symposium on Self and Social Identity, “Self and Health: Interdisciplinary Explorations” (with Richard D. Ashmore and Richard Contrada).

 

1994                            American Psychological Association, $7,500 for Conference on Stereotype

                                    Accuracy, held at by Bryn Mawr College (with Yueh-Ting Lee and Clark

                                    McCauley)

 

1992-1993                   Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues, $1,000,                     

                                    Stereotypes and Prejudice Toward Gay Males.

 

1990-1992                   NIMH, Reactions to feedback: An informational-motivational model.

                                    $25,000 direct costs. 

          

1989-1990                   Spencer Foundation, Teacher expectations.  $30,000.

 

1988-1989                  Spencer Foundation, Students’ reactions to teachers’ evaluations.  $7,225.  


UNDER REVIEW, UNDER REVISION, IN PROGRESS AND IN PREPARATION

Anglin, S. M., & Jussim, L. Sacrificing science on the altar of politics: When does ideology undermine science?

 

Crawford, J. T., & Jussim, L. (Editors).  The politics of social psychology.  New York: Psychology Press.

 

Jussim, L., Stevens, S. T., & Krosnick, J. A. (Editors).  Research integrity in the behavioral sciences.  (proposal under review). 

 

Jussim, L., Stevens, S. T., Anglin, S. A., Fox, N., & Krosnick, J. A. Assessment of questionable research practices in sociology and chemistry.

 

Jussim, L., Phelan, J.L., Walker, R., Heavens, S., Freyberg, R. Cain, R.T., Cohen, F., Crawford, J. T., & Stevens, S.  The Political Correctness Scale: Causes, correlates, and consequences of lying to appear unprejudiced.

 

Krosnick, J. A., Jussim, L., Vazire, S., Stevens, S. T., Anglin, S. A., Reeves, B., Nelson, L., Maoz, I., Yeager, D., Konar, E., Wethington, E., Clark, H.  Methodological, statistical, social, and institutional challenges to scientific validity and advancement.

 

Madon, S., Nofziger, H., Jussim, L., Salib, E., The accumulation of stereotype-based self-fulfilling prophecies. (Under review).

 

Rubinstein, R., Jussim, L., & Stevens, S.  Explicit and implicit stereotypes and person perception.

 

Stevens, S. T., Jussim, L., Anglin, S. A., Duarte, J. L., Welch, C. A., Lai, C., Labrecque, J., Everett, J., Edlund, J., Motyl, M.  Living with political bias in social psychology.  To appear in Crawford, J. T., & Jussim, L. (Editors).  The politics of social psychology.  New York: Psychology Press.

 


BOOKS

2016    Forgas, J., Jussim, L., & van Lange, P. (eds). The Social Psychology of Morality. New York, NY: Taylor and Francis.

 

2012    Jussim, L.  Social perception and social reality: Why accuracy dominates bias and self-fulfilling prophecy. New York: Oxford University Press.

 

2001    Ashmore, R. D., Jussim, L., & Wilder. D.  (Eds.).  Social identity, intergroup conflict, and conflict reduction.  New York: Oxford University Press.

 

1997    Ashmore, R. D., & Jussim, L. (Eds.) Self and identity: Fundamental Issues.  New York: Oxford                University Press.

 

1995    Lee, Y. T., Jussim, L., & McCauley, C. R.  (Eds.).  Stereotype accuracy: Toward appreciating group differences.  Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association. 


ARTICLES AND CHAPTERS

2016    Stevens, S. T., Jussim, L., Anglin, S. M., & Stevens, L. A. Cultural competence: A form of stereotype rationality.  To appear in C. Frisby and B. O’Donohue (eds.), Cultural competence: Theory, research, practice, and evaluation. New York: Springer.

 

2016    Jussim, L. Accuracy, bias, self-fulfilling prophecies, and scientific self-correction.  To appear in Behavioral and Brain Sciences

 

2016    Jussim, L.  Précis of Social perception and social reality: Why accuracy dominates bias and self-fulfilling prophecy.  To appear in Behavioral and Brain Sciences.

 

2016    Jussim, L., Crawford, J. T., Anglin, S. M., Stevens, S. T., & Duarte, J. L..  Interpretations and methods: Towards a more effectively self-correcting social psychology.  To appear in Journal of Experimental Social Psychology.

 

2016    Jussim, L., Crawford, J. T., Stevens, S. T., Anglin, S.A., & Duarte, J. L. Can high moral purposes undermine scientific integrity?  In J. Forgas, L. Jussim, & P. van Lange (eds), The Social Psychology of Morality, pp. 173-195. New York, NY: Taylor
and Francis.

2016    Jussim, L., & Stevens, S. T. Why accuracy dominates bias and self-fulfilling prophecy.  To appear in Expectancies for self and others: What have we learned from 50 years of research? (P. Babel and S. Trusz, eds.).  Gdansk, Poland: Gdansk Psychological Publishing House.

2016    Jussim, L., Crawford, J.T., Stevens, S. T., & Anglin, S. M.  The politics of social psychological   science: Distortions in the social psychology of intergroup relations.  Social psychology of political polarization (P. Valdesolo, and J. Graham, eds, pp. 165-196).  New York, NY: Routledge.

2016    Stevens, S. T., Jussim, L., & Anglin, S. in press. The political self.  To appear in (F. Guay, D. M., McInerney, R. Craven, and H. W. Marsh, eds), International Advances in Self Research, Volume 5, Self-concept, motivation and identity: underpinning success with research and practice.  Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

2016    Jussim, L., Crawford, J.T., Anglin, S. M., Chambers, J., Stevens, S. T., & Cohen, F.  Stereotype accuracy: One of the largest relationships and most replicable effects in all of social psychology.  In T. Nelson (ed.), Handbook of prejudice,         
            stereotyping, and discrimination
(2nd ed), pp. 31-63.  Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

 

2016    Cohen, F., Kaplin, D. Jussim, L., & Rubenstein, R. Experimental Models of Anti-Semitism.. In Baum, S.K, Kressel, N., Cohen, F., and Jacobs, S. L.(Eds.). Anti-Semitism in North America: Theory, Research and Methodology. Boston, MA: Brill.

2015    Jussim, L., Crawford, J.T., & Rubinstein, R. Stereotype (in)accuracy in perceptions of groups and individuals.   Current Directions in Psychological Science, 24, 490-497.  

2015    Jussim, L., Crawford, J.T., Anglin, S. M., & Stevens, S. T. Ideological bias in social psychological research. In J. Forgas, W. Crano, & K. Fiedler (eds, pp. 91-109), Social Psychology and Politics.  New York, NY: Taylor & Francis.

 

2015    Crawford, J. T., Duarte, J. L., Haidt, J., Jussim, L., Stern, C., & Tetlock, P. E.  It may be harder than we thought but political diversity will (still) improve social psychological science.  Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 38, 45-58. (authorship note on paper: “All authors contributed substantially and are listed in alphabetical order.”)

 

2015    Duarte, J. L., Crawford, J. T., Stern, C., Haidt, J., Jussim, L., & Tetlock, P. Political diversity will improve social and personality psychological science.  Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 38, 1-13. (authorship note on paper: “All authors contributed heavily and are listed in reverse order of career seniority.”)

 

2015    De Bolle, M., De Fruyt, McCrae, et al.  The emergence of sex differences in personality traits in early adolescence: A cross-sectional, cross-cultural study.  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology,108, 171-185 (the et al, includes over 30 authors because of the cross-cultural nature of the research.  I am one of those).

 

2014    Lockenhoff, C. E., Chan, W., McCrae, R. R., De Fruyt, F., Jussim, L., et al. Gender stereotypes of  personality: Universal and accurate? Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 45, 675-694.

 

2014    Crawford, J. T., Jussim, L., & Pilanski, J. M.  How (not) to interpret and report main effects and interactions in multiple regression: Why Crawford & Pilanski (2013) did not actually replicate Lindner & Nosek (2009). Political Psychology, 35, 857-862.

 

2013    McCrae, R. R., Chan, W., Jussim, L., et al.  The inaccuracy of national character stereotypes.  Journal of Research in Personality, 47, 831-842.

 

2013    Lee, Y.T., McCauley, C. R., & Jussim, L.  Stereotypes as valid categories of knowledge, and human perceptions of group differences.  Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 7, 470-486.

 

2013    Crawford, J.T., Jussim, L., Cain, T.R., Cohen, F.  Right-wing authoritarianism and social dominance orientation differentially predict biased evaluations of media reports.  Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 43, 163-174.

 

2013    Lee, Y.T., Jussim, L., & McCauley, C. R.  Stereotypes as categories of knowledge: Complexity, validity, usefulness, and essence in perceptions of group differences.  Advances in Psychological Science, 21, 1-21.

 

2013    Chan, W., McCrae, R. R., De Fruyt, F., Jussim, L., et al.  Stereotypes of age differences in personality traits: Universal and accurate?  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 103, 1050-1066.

 

2012    Jussim, L.  Teachers’ expectations.  In J. Hattie & E. Anderman (eds.), International handbook of student achievement.  New York: Routledge Publishers

 

2012    Jussim, L. Liberal privilege in academic psychology and the social sciences.  Perspectives on Psychological Science, 7, 504-507.

 

2012    Jussim, L, & Rubinstein, R. Stereotypes.  Oxford Bibliographies Online.

 

2011    Jussim, L, Stevens, S., & Salib, E.  The extraordinary strengths of social judgment: A review based on the goodness of judgment index. In J. Krueger (ed.), Social Judgment and Decision-Making (pp. 97-113).  London: Psychology Press.

 

2011    Cohen, F., Jussim, L., Bhasin, G., & Salib, E. The Modern Anti-Semitism Israel Model: An empirical relationship between modern anti-Semitism and opposition to Israel.  Conflict and Communication Online, 10, 1-16.

 

2011    Crawford, J.T., Jussim, L., Madon, S., Cain, T.R., & Stevens, S. T.   The use of stereotypes and individuating information in political person perception.  Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 37, 529-542.

 

2010    Lee, Y.T., & Jussim, L. Back in the real world.  American Psychologist, 65, 130-131 (comment).

 

2010    De Fruyt, F., et al.  The Validity and Structure of Culture-Level Personality Scores:  Data From Ratings of Young Adolescents. Journal of Personality, 78, 815-838. (because of its cross-cultural nature, this  paper has over 40 collaborators, and I am one of the many co-authors).

 

2010    Jussim, L. Self-fulfilling prophecies.  In Encyclopedia of Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, J. M. Levine and M.A. Hogg (editors), pp 735-737.  Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

 

2009    Löckenhoff, C. E. et al.  Perceptions of Aging across 26 Cultures and their Culture-Level Associates.  Psychology of Aging, 24, 941-954 (because of its cross-cultural nature, this  paper has over 40 collaborators, and I am one of the many co-authors).

 

2009    Jussim, L., Robustelli, S. & Cain, T. Teacher expectations and self-fulfilling prophecies. In Handbook of Motivation at School (pp. 349-380), A. Wigfield and K. Wentzel (eds).  Erlbaum:             Mahwah, NJ.

 

2009    Jussim. L. Stereotypes.  In Matsumoto, D. (Ed.). (2009), p. 520. The Cambridge Dictionary of Psychology. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.

 

2009    Jussim L. Stereotyping.  In Matsumoto, D. (Ed.). (2009), pp. 520-522. The Cambridge Dictionary of Psychology. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.

 

2009    Cohen, F., Jussim, L., Harber, K., & Bhasin, G. Modern anti-Semitism and anti-Israeli attitudes. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 97, 290-306.

 

2009    Jussim, L., Cain, T., Crawford, J., Harber, K., & Cohen, F.  The unbearable accuracy of stereotypes.  Pp. 199-227 in T. Nelson (ed.), Handbook of prejudice, stereotyping, and discrimination.  (Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum).

 

2009    De Fruyt, P., et al.  Assessing the universal structure of personality in early adolescence: The NEO PI-R and NEO-PI-3 in 24 cultures.  Assessment, 16, 301-311. (because of its cross-cultural nature, this paper has over 40 collaborators, and I am one of the many co-authors).

 

2009    Chalabaev, A., Sarrazin, P., Trouilloud, D., & Jussim, L. When do teacher expectations overestimate or underestimate real sex differences? The effects of sex stereotypes in an experiment and naturalistic study.  Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 10, 2469-2498.

 

2008    Jussim, L. Teacher expectations.  In The Psychology of Classroom Learning, pp. 920-924, (E. Anderman & L. Anderman, eds.). Farmington Hills, MI: Thomson Gale Publishers.

 

2008    Harber, K.D., Jussim, L., Kennedy, K., Freyberg, R., & Baum, L. Social support opinions.  Journal of Applied Social Psychology,38, 296-314.

 

2008    Willard, J., Madon, S., Guyll, M., Spoth, R., & Jussim, L.  Self-Efficacy as a Moderator of Negative and Positive Self-Fulfilling Prophecy Effects: Mothers’ Beliefs and Children’s Alcohol Use.  European Journal of Social Psychology, 38, 499-520.

 

2005.  Jussim, L. Accuracy: Criticisms, controversies, criteria, components, and cognitive processes.  Advances in Experimental Social Psychology, 37, 1-93 

 

2005    Jussim, L., & Harber, K. D. Teacher Expectations and Self-Fulfilling Prophecies: Knowns and Unknowns, Resolved and Unresolved Controversies.  Personality and Social Psychology Review, 9, 131-155.

 

2005    Jussim, L., Harber, K. D., Crawford, J. T., Cain, T. R., Cohen, F. Social reality makes the social mind: Self-fulfilling prophecy, stereotypes, bias, and accuracy. Interaction Studies: Social Behaviour and Communication in Biological and Artificial Systems, 6, 85-102.

 

2004    Jussim, L. The Goodness of Judgment Index.  Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 27, 344-345. 

 

2002    Walker, R., & Jussim, L. Do people lie to appear unprejudiced?  The Rutgers Scholar,  4 (ejournal: http://scils.rutgers.edu/~weyang/ejournal/volume04/walkjuss/walkjuss.htm). 

 

2002    Jussim, L.  Intellectual imperialism.  Dialogue, 17(1), 18-20.

 

2001    Jussim, L.  Self-fulfilling prophecies.  In the International encyclopedia of the social and behavioral sciences (N. J. Smelser & P. B. Baltes, eds).  Kidlington, United Kingdom: Elsevier Science.

 

2001    Madon, S. J., Smith, A., Jussim, L., Russell, D. W., Eccles, J., Palumbo, P., & Walkiewicz, M., Am I as you see me or do you see me as I am: Self-fulfilling prophecies versus self-verification.  Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 27, 1214-1224.

 

2001    Madon, S., Guyll, M., Aboufadel, K., Montiel, E., Smith, A., Palumbo, P., & Jussim, L.  Ethnic and national stereotypes: The Princeton Trilogy revisited and revised.   Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 27, 996-1010.

 

2001    Jussim, L., Ashmore, R., & Wilder, D.  Introduction: Social identity and intergroup conflict.  Pp. 3-14.  In Ashmore, R. D., Jussim, L., & Wilder. D.  (Eds.).  Social identity, intergroup conflict, and conflict reduction.  New York: Oxford University Press.

 

2001    Ashmore, L., Jussim, L., Wilder, D., & Heppen, J. Toward a social identity framework for intergroup conflict.  Pp. 213-249, in Ashmore, R. D., Jussim, L., & Wilder. D.  (Eds.).  Social identity, intergroup conflict, and conflict reduction.  New York: Oxford University Press.

 

2000    Jussim, L., Palumbo, P., Smith, A., Madon, S.  Stigma and self-fulfilling prophecies.  In The Social Psychology of Stigma, pp. 374-418, (T. Heatherton, R. Kleck, M. R. Hebl, & J. G. Hull eds).  New York: Guilford Press.

 

1999    Smith, A., Jussim, L., & Eccles, J.  Do self-fulfilling prophecies accumulate, dissipate, or remain stable over time?  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 77, 548-565.

 

1998    Smith, A., Jussim, L., Eccles, J., Van Noy, M., Madon, S. J., & Palumbo, P.  Self-fulfilling prophecies, perceptual biases, and accuracy at the individual and group level.  Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 34, 530-561.

 

1998    Madon, S. J.,  Jussim, L., Keiper, S., Eccles, J., Smith, A., & Palumbo, P.   The accuracy and power of sex, social class and ethnic stereotypes: Naturalistic studies in person perception.  Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin,  24, 1304-1318.

 

1998    Jussim, L., Smith, A., Madon, & Palumbo, P.  Teacher expectations.  (In J. Brophy (ed.), Advances in Research on Teaching, Volume 7 (pp. 1-48).  Greenwich, Connecticut: JAI Press.

 

1997    Madon, S. J., Jussim, L., & Eccles, J.  In search of the powerful self-fulfilling prophecy.  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 72, 791-809.

 

1997    Jussim, L., & Ashmore, R. D.  Fundamental issues in self and social identity: Contrasts, contexts, and Conflicts.  In R.D. Ashmore and L. Jussim (Eds.), Self and identity: Fundamental issues (pp. 218-230).  New York: Oxford University Press.

 

1997    Ashmore, R. D., & Jussim, L. Toward a second century of the scientific analysis of self and Identity: Introduction.  In R. D. Ashmore and L. Jussim (Eds.) Self and identity: Fundamental issues (pp. 3-19).  New York: Oxford University Press.

 

1996    Jussim, L., Eccles, J., & Madon, S. J. Social perception, social stereotypes, and teacher expectations: Accuracy and the quest for the powerful self-fulfilling prophecy.  Advances in Experimental Social Psychology, 29, 281-388.

 

1996    Jussim, L., Fleming, C., Coleman, L., & Kohberger, C.  The nature of stereotypes II: A multiple-process model of evaluations.  Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 26, 283-312.

 

1996    Jussim, L., & Fleming, C.  Self-fulfilling prophecies and the maintenance of social stereotypes: The role of dyadic interactions and social forces.  In N. Macrae, C. Stangor, & M. Hewstone, Eds, The foundations of stereotypes and stereotyping (pp. 161-192).   New York: Guilford.

 

1996    Jussim, L. Interpersonal perception. [Book review].  Psychological Inquiry, 7, 265-272.

 

1997    Ashmore, R. D., & Jussim, L. (Eds.) Self and identity: Fundamental Issues.  New York: Oxford University Press.

 

1995    Jussim, L., Nelson, T., Manis, M., & Soffin, S.  Prejudice, stereotypes, and labeling effects: Sources of bias in person perception.  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 68, 228-246.

 

1995    Jussim, L., Yen, H., & Aiello, J.  Self-consistency, self-enhancement, and accuracy in reactions to feedback.  Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 31, 322-356.

 

1995    Jussim, L., & Eccles, J.  Naturalistic studies of interpersonal expectancies.  Review of Personality and Social Psychology, 15, 74-108.

 

1995    Coleman, L., Jussim, L., Hatter-Kelly. S. The nature of stereotyping: Utilizing three theories in a sample of Blacks.  Journal of Black Psychology, 21, 332-356.

 

1995    Jussim, L., & Eccles, J.  Are teacher expectations biased by students’ gender, social class, or ethnicity?  In Lee, Y.T., Jussim, L., McCauley, C. R. (eds.), Stereotype accuracy: Toward appreciating group differences (pp. 245-271).  Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association. 

 

1995    Jussim, L., McCauley, C. R., & Lee, Y. T.  Why study stereotype accuracy and inaccuracy?  In Lee, Y.T., Jussim, L., McCauley, C. R. (eds.), Stereotype accuracy: Toward appreciating group differences (pp. 3-28).  Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.

 

1995    McCauley, C. R., Jussim, L., & Lee, Y. T.  Stereotype accuracy: Toward appreciating group differences.  Concluding chapter in Lee, Y.T., Jussim, L., McCauley, C. R. (eds.), Stereotype accuracy: Toward appreciating group differences (pp. 293-312).  Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.

 

1995    Jussim, L.  Self-fulfilling prophecies.  In A. S. R. Manstead and M. Hewstone (Eds.), Blackwell encyclopedia of social psychology (pp. 509-515).  Oxford: Blackwell Publishers.

 

1994    Kolb, K., & Jussim, L.  Teacher expectations and underachieving gifted children.  The Roeper Review, 17, 26-30.

 

1994    Jussim, L., Madon, S., & Chatman, C.  Teacher expectations and student achievement: Self-fulfilling prophecies, biases, and accuracy.  In L. Heath, et al. (Eds.), Applications of heuristics and biases to social issues (pp. 303-334), New York: Plenum.

 

1994    Coleman, L., Jussim, L., & Kelley, S. H.  The nature of stereotyping: Utilizing three competing views in a sample of Blacks.  In J. McAdoo (Ed.) Empirical research on Black psychology, Conference XIII.  East Lansing, Michigan: Michigan State University Foundation.

 

1993    Jussim, L.  Accuracy in interpersonal expectations: A reflection-construction analysis of current and classic research.  Journal of Personality, 61, 637-668.

 

1993    Bye, L., & Jussim, L.  A proposed model for the acquisition of social knowledge and social competence.  Psychology in the Schools, 30, 143-161.

 

1992    Jussim, L., & Eccles, J.  Teacher expectations II: Reflection and construction of student achievement.  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 63, 947-961.

 

1992    Jussim, L., Soffin, S., Brown, R., Ley, J., & Kohlhepp, K.  Understanding reactions to performance feedback by integrating ideas from symbolic interactionism and cognitive evaluation theory.  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 62, 402-421.

 

1992    Contrada, R., & Jussim, L.  What does the Cook-Medley Hostility Scale measure?  In search of an adequate measurement model.  Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 22, 615-627.

 

1992    Krosnick, J., Betz, A., L., Jussim, L., & Lynn, A.  Subliminal conditioning of attitudes.  Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 18, 152-162.

 

1992    Jussim, L.  Dissonance: A second coming?  Psychological Inquiry, 3, 332-333 [commentary].

 

1992   Jussim, L.  Prejudice, stereotypes, base-rates, and saber-toothed tigers.  Psychological Inquiry, 3, 169-170 [commentary].

 

1991    Jussim, L.  Social perception and social reality: A reflection-construction model.  Psychological Review, 98, 54-73.

 

1991    Coleman, L., Jussim, L., & Isaacs, J.  Black students’  reactions to feedback conveyed by Black and White teachers.  Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 21, 460-481.

 

1991    Jussim, L., Milburn, M., & Nelson, W.  Emotional openness: Sex-role stereotypes and self-perceptions.  Representative Research in Social Psychology, 19, 35-52.

 

1991    Jussim, L.  Cognitive structure activation: Zealous enforcement of the law.  Psychological Inquiry, 2, 194-195 [commentary].

 

1991    Jussim, L.  Grades may reflect more than performance: Comment on Wentzel (1989).  Journal of Educational Psychology, 83, 153-155.

 

1990    Jussim, L., & Eccles, J.  (Eds.).  Expectancies and social issues.  Journal of Social Issues, 46.

 

1990    Jussim, L.  Expectancies and social issues: Introduction.  Journal of Social Issues, 46, 1-8. 

 

1990    Jussim, L.  Social reality and social problems: The role of expectancies.  Journal of Social Issues, 46, 9-34.

 

1989    Jussim, L.  Teacher expectations: Self-fulfilling prophecies, perceptual biases, and accuracy.  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 57, 469-480.

 

1989    Jussim, L., Coleman, L., & Nassau, S. R.  Reactions to interpersonal evaluative feedback.  Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 19, 862-884.

 

1989    Jussim, L., & Osgood, D. W.  Influence and similarity among friends: An integrative model applied to incarcerated adolescents.  Social Psychology Quarterly, 52, 98-112.

 

1987    Jussim, L., Coleman, L., & Lerch, L.  The nature of  stereotypes: A comparison and integration of three theories.  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 52, 536-546.

 

1987    Jussim, L., Coleman, L., & Nassau, S.  The influence of self-esteem on perceptions of performance and feedback.  Social Psychology Quarterly, 50, 95-99.

 

1987    Coleman, L., Jussim, L., & Abraham, J.  Students’ reactions to teachers’ evaluations: The unique impact of negative feedback.  Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 17, 1051-1070.

 

1986    Jussim, L.  Self-fulfilling prophecies: A theoretical and integrative review.  Psychological Review, 93, 429-445.

 

INVITED ADDRESSES                     

Jussim, L. "Conservatives as canaries in the coalmine: Symptoms of sickness sapping scientific social psychology.  Presented at the Claremont Conference on Applied Social Psychology, (theme: Bridging Ideological Divides), March, 2013).
 
Jussim, L..  'I'm a loser baby, so why don't you kill me?' Confessions, concessions, cautions, constructions, and conclusions of a politically incorrect social psychologist.  To be presented at the 2013 conference of the Society for Philosophy and Psychology, Brown University (June, 2013).

 

Cohen, F., & Jussim, L. The psychology of modern anti-Semitism. Yale Center for the Study of Anti-Semitism, 12/3/10.

 

Jussim, L.  When stereotypes are reasonable, rational, and justified: The case of political person perception.  Presented at the Conference on The Psychology of Voting and Election Campaigns, Duke University, October, 2006.

 

Jussim, L. The unbearable accuracy of stereotypes.  Presented at the March, 2006 meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association (Part of Debate titled “Stereotypes: Good or Bad”).

 

Jussim, L.  Myths of stereotype inaccuracy.  Presented at the Fact or Fiction series of the Eastern Psychological Association, March, 2005.

 

Jussim, L.  Its not my fault: Educational psychology demonstrated high accuracy when I was still a college dropout.  Presented as part of a panel on Educational and Social Psychology, Society for Experimental Social Psychology, October 18, 2004.

Jussim, L.  Social Reality Constructs Social Cognition: A Review of Empirical Research, Meta-Analyses, and Classic Studies of Expectancy Effects and Social Perceptual Bias.  Presented at the Making Minds Conference, Munich, January/February, 2004.

 

Social perception, stereotypes, and expectations: Myths, misunderstandings, and evidence.  Early Career Award Address, to be presented at the American Psychological Association convention, Chicago, August, 1997.

 

Social perception and teacher expectations: Myths, misunderstandings, and evidence.  Emerging Researcher Award Presented at the New Jersey Psychological Association convention, Morristown, NJ, Nov. 1996.                                                                                                  

CONFERENCES AND SYMPOSIA ORGANIZED

Anglin, S., Jussim, L., Krosnick, J., Stevens, S., & Vazire, S.  Best Practices in Science.  Held June 18-19, 2015, at the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, Stanford University. 

 

Forgas, J., Jussim, L., & van Lange, P.  Sydney Symposium on the Social Psychology of Morality, March, 2015, at University of New South Wales, Australia.

 

Jussim, L. & Stevens, S. T. Research integrity in psychological science.  Presented at the May, 2014 meeting of the Association for Psychological Science.

 

Jussim, L. The politics of social psychological science.  Presented at the February, 2014 meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology.

 

Jussim, L. The politics of social psychological science.  Presented at the September 27, 2013 meeting of the Society for Experimental Social Psychology.

 

Jussim, L. Improving psychological science by understanding (and limiting) political bias.  Presented at the May (2013) conference of the Association for Psychological Science. 

 

Ashmore, R. D., & Jussim, L.  Self, Social Identity, and Consciousness, The fourth Rutgers Symposium on Self and Social Identity, April, 2002).

 

Ashmore, R.D., Jussim, L., & Wilder, D.   Social Identity, Intergroup Conflict, and Conflict Reduction.  The Third Rutgers Symposium on Self and Social Identity (April, 1999). 

 

Jussim, L., & Funder, D.  Accuracy.  Symposium presented at the October, 1997 meeting of the Society for Experimental Social Psychology.

 

Ashmore, R. D., & Jussim, L. Self and Identity: Fundamental Issues.  The First Rutgers Symposium on Self and Social Identity (April 21-22, 1995).

 

Lee, Y., McCauley, C., & Jussim, L.  Stereotype Accuracy (June 9-11, 1994, Bryn Mawr College).

Jussim, L.  New Perspectives on Interpersonal Expectancies.  Chair, symposium at the annual convention of the Society for Experimental Social Psychology, Columbus, Ohio, October, 1991.

SYMPOSIA, CONFERENCE PAPERS, AND PRESENTATIONS               
Jussim, Crawford, J. T., Stevens, S. T., Anglin, S.A., & Duarte, J. L. Can high moral purposes undermine scientific integrity?  Presented at the March, 2015, Sydney Symposium on the Social Psychology of Morality. 

Jussim, L. The unbearable accuracy of stereotypes.  Presented March 6, 2015, University of Southern California, Colloquia Series jointly sponsored by Political Science, Psychology, and The Thematic Option Honors Program.

Jussim, L., & Maoz, I.  Desperately seeking the “wow effect”: Data interpretation and scientific story-telling as issues of research integrity.  Presented at the February, 2015 meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology.

Jussim, L., & Maoz, I.  Desperately seeking the “wow effect”: Data interpretation and scientific story-telling as issues of research integrity.  Presented at the October, 2014 meeting of the Society for Experimental Social Psychology.

Jussim, L, & Stevens, S. T. How to recognize and prevent political distortion in psychological science.  Presented at the May, 2014 meeting of the Association for Psychological Science.

 
Jussim, L. & Stevens, S. T.  Social reality as a source of stereotypes: Implications for theory, research, and teaching of psychology.  Presented at the May, 2014 meeting of the Association for Psychological Science.

 

Jussim, L. How political bias leads to scientifically unjustified conclusions.  Presented at the February, 2014 meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology.

Jussim, L  Conservatives as canaries in the coalmine: Symptoms of sickness sapping scientific social psychology.  Presented at the Sept., 2013 meeting of the Society for Experimental Social Psychology.

Jussim, L. Conservatives as canaries in the coalmine: Symptoms of sickness sapping scientific social psychology.  Presented at the May, 2013 meeting of the Association for Psychological Science.

Jussim, L.  Conservatives as canaries in the coalmine: Symptoms of sickness sapping scientific social psychology.  Presented at the March, 2013 meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association.

Rubinstein, R. S., Jussim, L., Stevens, S. T. (2012).  Individuating information is more powerful in person perception than are racial stereotypes.  Presented at the May, 2012 convention of the Association for Psychological Science.


Rubinstein, R. S., Jussim, L., Stevens, S. T. (2011).  Individuating information reverses explicit racial stereotyping but does not eliminate implicit racial stereotyping.  Presented at the May, 2011 convention of the Association for Psychological Science.


Salib, E., Stevens, S.T., Cohen, F., Jussim, L., & Solomon, S. (2010).  Racism, sexism, ideology and vote choice during the 2008 Democratic Primaries.  Poster presented at Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Las Vegas, Nevada.


Jussim, L., Salib, E.R., Stevens, S.T., Cohen, F., & Solomon, S. (2010).  Racism, ageism, ideology and vote choice during the 2008 Presidential Election.  Poster presented at Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Las Vegas, Nevada.  


Salib, E., Stevens, S.T., Cohen, F., Jussim, L., & Solomon, S. (2010).  Racism, sexism, ideology and vote choice during the 2008 Democratic Primaries.  Poster presented at Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Las Vegas, Nevada.

 

Rubinstein, R. S., Kopitskie, K. E., Cain, T. R., & Jussim, L. (2009, August). The Impact of Individuating Information on Racial Stereotypes about Intelligence. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Ontario Canada. 

 

Cohen, F., Stevens, S., Solomon, S., & Jussim, L. (2009).  The effects of mortality salience and media on the 2008 Presidential Election.  Poster presented at Association of Psychological Science, San Francisco, California.

 

Cain, T. R., & Jussim, L. (2009, February). Implicit fear bias: How fear affects unconscious assessments of risk. Poster to be presented at the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Tampa, FL.

 

Rubinstein, R. S., Kopitskie, K. E., Cain, T. R., Jussim, L., & Chiu, D. G. (2008, August). Implicit and explicit judgments about individuals and groups. Poster presented at the American Psychological Association, Boston, MA.

 

Rubinstein, R. S., Chiu, D. G., Cain, T. R. & Jussim (2008, March). Implicit and explicit judgments about individuals and groups. Poster presented at the Eastern Psychological Association, Boston, MA.

 

Cain, T. R., Jussim, L., Chiu, D. G., & Rubinstein, R. S. (2008, February). The group vs. the sum of its parts: An implicit measure of individual and group-level perception. Poster presented at the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Albuquerque, NM.

 

Cain, T. R., Jussim, L., Chiu, D. G., & Rubinstein, R. (2008). The group vs. the sum of its parts: An implicit measure of individual and group-level perception. Presented at the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Albuquerque, NM.

 

Rubinstein, R., Chiu, D., Cain, T., & Jussim, L. (2008, March) Implicit and explicit judgments about individuals and groups.  Poster presented at the 79th Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Boston, MA.

 

Chiu, D. G., Rubinstein, R. S., Cain, T. R., & Jussim, L. (2008). Implicit and explicit stereotypes about intelligence of individuals and groups. Poster to be presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Boston, Massachusetts.

 

Crawford, J.T., Cain, T.R., & Jussim, L. (May 2006).  The Influence of Group and Individuating Information on Person Perception. Poster presented at  Association for Psychological Science, New York, NY.

Crawford, J. T., Cain, T. R., & Jussim, L. (2006, March). Political person perception: The use

of group and individuating information in impression formation. Poster presented at the 77th Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Baltimore, MD.


Cain, T.R., & Jussim, L. (May, 2005). The Effect of Individuating Information on Implicit Person Perception.  Poster presented at the American Psychological Society, Los Angeles, CA.

Heavens, S., Crawford, J.T., Cain, T.R., Walker, R., & Jussim, L. (May, 2004). Assessment of Lying to Appear Unprejudiced: The Political Correctness Scale. Poster presented at American Psychological Society, Chicago, IL.
 

Heavens, S., Crawford, J.T., Cain, T.R., Walker, R., & Jussim, L. (April, 2004). Assessment of Lying to Appear Unprejudiced: The Political Correctness Scale. Poster presented at Eastern Psychological Association, Washington D.C.

 

Jussim, L.  Its not my fault: Educational psychology demonstrated high accuracy when I was still a college dropout.  Presented as part of a panel on Educational and Social Psychology, Society for Experimental Social Psychology, October 18, 2004.

 

Jussim, L.  The validity of lay beliefs about groups and their individual members.  Presented as part of a symposium titled Stereotypes, discrimination, and the law.  Presented at the 2004 American Psychological Society Conference, June 1. 

 

Heavens, S., Crawford, J., Cain, T., Jussim, L., Walker, R., & Freyberg, R.  Lying to appear unprejudiced. Presented at the 2004 meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association.

 

Jussim, L., Walker, R., Seunarine, P., & Filippone, M.  Assessing when people lie to appear unprejudiced.  Presented at the March, 2001 meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association.

 

Jussim, L. Expectancy violation: What is interesting here and why is it important?  Discussant for symposium on expectancy violation.  Presented at the June, 1998 meeting of the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues. 

 

Jussim, L.  Self and self-fulfilling prophecies: Self-enhancement, self-consistency, and accuracy.  Presented at the Self Pre-Conference, Society for Experimental Social Psychology, October, 1997.

 

Jussim, L.  Stereotype (in?)accuracy in person perception.  Presented at the October, 1997, Society for Experimental Social Psychology convention.

Jussim, L.  Stereotype (in?)accuracy in person perception.  Presented at the May, 1997, American Psychological Society convention.

Fleming, C., & Jussim, L.  Affective and cognitive sources of bias against AIDS patients.  Presented at the June, 1996 American Psychological Society convention.

Vannoy, M., Smith, A., Jussim, L., & Eccles, J.  School tracking, self-fulfilling prophecy, and teacher expectation effects on whole classes.  Presented at the June, 1996 American Psychological Society convention.

Keiper, S., Jakubowski, R., Jussim, L., Madon, S. J., & Eccles, J.  Social stereotypes and teacher expectations: A naturalistic study of accuracy and bias in person perception.  Presented at the March, 1996 EPA convention, Philadelphia, PA.

Smith, A., Jakubowski, R., Jussim, L., & Eccles, J.  Accuracy, bias or self-fulfilling prophecy: The effects of teacher expectations on whole classes.  Presented at the March, 1996 EPA convention, Philadelphia, PA.

Madon, S. J., Jussim, L., & Eccles, J.  In search of the powerful self-fulfilling prophecy.  Presented at the 1995 Society for Experimental Social Psychology convention, Washington, D. C.

Chatman, C., & Jussim, L.  Imagined differences between boys and girls: Gender biased person perception?  Presented at the 1994 APA convention, Los Angeles, California.

Yen, H., Shulha, H., Jussim, L., Contrada, R. J.  Anger in dyadic relationships: A naturalistic study. Presented  at the 1994 APA convention, Los Angeles, California.

Jussim, L.  Are teacher expectations biased by students’ ethnicity, gender, or social class?  Presented at a special conference on Stereotype Accuracy, held at Bryn Mawr College, June 9-11, 1994.

Chatman, C., & Jussim, L. The role of gender-related expectancies in interpreting a baby’s behavior.  Presented at the 1994 EPA convention, Providence, Rhode Island.

Fleming, C., Jussim, L., & Eccles, J.  Ethnicity as a source and moderator of teacher expectancies.  Presented at the 1993 APA Convention, Toronto, Ontario.

Yen, H., Madon, S., Jussim, L., Lieberman, M., Leon, S., & Mennona, P.  Influence of feedback on self-perceptions and motivation.  Presented at the 1993 APA Convention, Toronto, Ontario.

Yen, H., Madon, S., & Jussim, L.  The impact and generalizability of single versus double feedback.  Presented at the 1993 EPA Convention, Arlington, VA. 

Coleman, L., Jussim, L., & Kelley, S. H. The nature of stereotyping: Utilizing three competing views in a sample of Blacks.  Presented at the thirteenth Annual Conference on Empirical Black Psychology, 1992. 

             Fleming, C., Jussim, L., Kohberger, C., & Coleman, L.  How race, class, and dialect influence evaluations of  job applicants.  Presented at the August, 1992 APA Convention, Washington, D.C.

Jussim, L.  Interpersonal expectancies and the reflection-construction model.  Presented as part of the symposium on “New perspectives on interpersonal expectancies,” held at the annual convention of the Society for Experimental Social Psychology, Columbus, Ohio, October, 1991.

Contrada, R., Jussim, L., Posluzny, D., & Bender, D.  Comparison of  five measurement models for the Cook-Medley Hostility Scale.  Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Psychological   Association, Boston, MA, August, 1990.

Jussim, L.  Stereotypes and prejudice: Cognitive and affective sources of bias.  Presented at the Conference on Stereotypes and  Intergroup Relations, Nags Head, North Carolina, June, 1990.

Jussim, L.  Teacher expectations: Reflection and construction of student achievement.  Presented at the Summer meeting of the National Academy of Education, Cambridge, MA., June, 1990.

Jussim, L.  Accuracy in interpersonal expectations: Construction and reflection of social reality.  Presented at the Society for Experimental Social Psychology Pre-Conference on Interpersonal Relationships, Los Angeles, CA, October, 1989.

Jussim, L.  Self and reactions to evaluations.  Presented at the  Conference on Self and Culture, Nags Head, North Carolina, May, 1989.

Coleman, L., Hatter, S., & Jussim, L.  The complexity-extremity effect and blacks’ evaluations of black and white job applicants.  Presented at the Annual meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Boston, MA, March, 1989.                                                                                   

Jussim, L.  Teacher expectations: Self-fulfilling prophecies, perceptual biases, and accuracy. Presented at the Seventh Annual Tri-State Social Cognition Conference, New York, NY, May, 1988.

Coleman, L., Hatter, S., & Jussim, L.  The nature of stereotypes III: What do blacks think?  Presented at the Annual Conference of the Southeastern Psychological Association, Atlanta, GA., March, 1987.

Krosnick, J. A., Stephens, L., Jussim, L., & Lynn, A. R.  Subliminal priming of affect and its cognitive consequences.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Midwestern Psychological  Association, Chicago, IL., May, 1987.

Jussim, L., Coleman, L., & Lerch, L.  The nature of stereotypes: A comparison of three theories.  Presented at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association, Los Angeles, CA., August, 1985.

Coleman, L., & Jussim, L.  Perusing teacher expectations: A closer look at affect-attribution links.  Presented at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association, Anaheim, August, 1983.


COLLOQUIA AND TALKS

2014    The logical incoherence of defining stereotypes as inaccurate.  Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA (January, 2014).

2013    The political distortion of social psychology. Social Lab (Social Psychology), Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA (November, 2013).

2013    The political distortion of social psychology.  Department of Psychology, University of California, San Diego (October, 2013).

2013    'I'm a loser baby, so why don't you kill me?"  Confessions, concessions, cautions, constructions, and conclusions of a contentious social psychologist. Department of Psychology, The College of New Jersey (February, 2013).

2013    'I'm a loser baby, so why don't you kill me?" Confessions, concessions, cautions, constructions, and conclusions of a contentious social psychologist. Department of Psychology, University of Michigan (January, 2013).

2013    'I'm a loser baby, so why don't you kill me?" Confessions, concessions, cautions, constructions, and conclusions of a contentious social psychologist.  Department of Psychology, University of Toledo (January, 2013).

2012    'I'm a loser baby, so why don't you kill me?' Confessions, concessions, cautions, constructions, and conclusions of a politically incorrect social psychologist. Department of Psychology, NYU (October, 2012).

2011    Real world and experimental evidence regarding anti-Semitism and attitudes towards Israel.  Psychology Department, William Paterson University (April, 2011).

 

2009    The unbearable accuracy of stereotypes.  Psychology Department, CUNY – Staten Island (May, 2009).

 

2006    The unbearable accuracy of stereotypes.  Psychology Department, Rutgers Newark (December, 2006).

 

2003    Does lying to appear unprejudiced explain why studies of stereotypes and person perception find so little evidence of bias?  Department of Psychology, University of Kansas.  (January, 2003).

2002    Does lying to appear unprejudiced explain why studies of stereotypes and person perception find so little evidence of bias?  Department of Psychology, Brown University.  (October, 2002).

2002    Does lying to appear unprejudiced explain why studies of stereotypes and person perception find so little evidence of bias?  University of Massachusetts, Amherst.  (September, 2002).

2001    Department of Psychology, Rutgers-Newark, Does lying to appear unprejudiced explain the absence of bias in studies of stereotyping and person perception?  (December, 2001).

1998    Department of Psychology, University of Massachusetts (Boston),  “Social Perception, Expectancies, and Stereotypes: Myths, Misunderstandings, and Evidence.”  (Feb., 1998).

1998    Department of Psychology, University of Connecticut.  “Social Perception, Expectancies, and Stereotypes: Myths, Misunderstandings, and Evidence.” (January, 1998).

1997    Department of Psychology, SUNY Buffalo.  “Social Perception, Expectancies, and Stereotypes: Myths,             Misunderstandings, and Evidence.” (December, 1997).

1997    Department of Psychology, Columbia University,  “Social Perception, Expectancies, and Stereotypes: Myths, Misunderstandings, and Evidence.”

1997    Institute for the Study of Child Development, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, “Social Perception, Expectancies, and Stereotypes: Myths, Misunderstandings, and Evidence.” 

1997    Department of Psychology, New York University, “Social Perception, Expectancies, and Stereotypes: Myths, Misunderstandings, and Evidence.”

1997    Department of Psychology, University of Massachusetts, “Social Perception, Expectancies, and Stereotypes: Myths, Misunderstandings, and Evidence.”

1995    Department of Psychology, University of Maryland, “Social perception, stereotypes, and teacher expectations: Accuracy and the quest for the powerful self-fulfilling prophecy.”

1995    Department of Psychology, City University of New York Graduate Center,  “Social perception, stereotypes, and teacher expectations: Accuracy and the quest for the powerful self-fulfilling prophecy.”

1993    Department of Psychology, Lehigh University, “Teacher expectations: In search of the powerful self-fulfilling prophecy.”

1991    Department of Psychology, Yale University, “Social perception and social reality: A reflection-construction model and reinterpretation of the evidence.”

1990    Research Center for Group Dynamics, University of Michigan, “Social perception and social reality: A reflection-construction model and reinterpretation of the evidence.”

1990    Department of Psychology, Ohio State University, “Social perception and social reality: A reflection-construction model and reinterpretation of the evidence.”

1989    Department of Psychology, New York University, “Social perception and social reality: A reflection-construction model and reinterpretation of the evidence.”

1989    Department of Psychology, Columbia University Teachers’ College, “Social perception and social reality: A reflection-construction model and reinterpretation of the evidence.”

1989    Department of Psychology, Temple University, “Teacher expectations: Self-fulfilling prophecies, perceptual biases and accuracy.”

1989    Department of Psychology, Princeton University, “Teacher expectations: Self-fulfilling prophecies, perceptual biases, and accuracy.”

1987    Department of Psychology, The Ohio State University, “The nature of stereotypes: A comparison and integration of three theories.”

1987    Department of Psychology, Tufts University, “The nature of stereotypes: A comparison and integration of three theories.”

1987    School of Public Administration, State University of New York at Albany, “The role of stereotypes in evaluations of Black and White job applicants.”

1987    Department of Human Development and Family Studies, Cornell University, “The nature of stereotypes: A comparison and integration of three theories.”

RUTGERS COLLOQUIA

2012    Department of Psychology, "'I'm a loser baby, so why don't you kill me?' Confessions, concessions, cautions, constructions, and conclusions of a politically incorrect social psychologist.

2009    Department of Psychology, “The Psychology of Modern Anti-Semitism.”

2008    Center for Race and Ethnicity.  “Political Stereotypes and the Election.”

2007    Center for Race and Ethnicity.  “Genocide and Mass Murder.”

2006    Department of Psychology.  “The Unbearable Accuracy of Stereotypes.” 

2004    Department of Psychology.  “Social Reality Constructs Social Cognition: A Review of Empirical Research, Meta-Analyses, and Classic Studies of Expectancy Effects and Social Perceptual Bias.”

2002    Department of Psychology.  “Stereotype accuracy and its scientific and political implications.”

2001    Department of Psychology.  “Does lying to appear unprejudiced explain why studies of stereotypes and person perception find so little evidence of bias?” 

1997    Department of Psychology, “Social Perception, Expectancies, and Stereotypes: Myths, Misunderstandings, and Evidence.”

1995    Department of Psychology, “Social perception, stereotypes, and teacher expectations: Accuracy and the quest for the powerful self-fulfilling prophecy.”

1993    Department of Psychology, “How to get an academic job.”  Presented as part of the Social Psychology Area’s continuing series on Professional Development.

1992    Department of Psychology, “Social perception and social reality: A reflection-construction model and reinterpretation of the evidence.”

1991    Department of Psychology, “Professional organizations.”  Presented as part of a panel discussion on Professional Development.


1989    Department of Psychology, “Accuracy in interpersonal expectations: Construction and reflection of social reality.”


1988    Psychology and Meditation Group, “Pseudo-Scientific Beliefs.”


1988    Department of Psychology, “Writing and publishing.”  Presented as part of a panel discussion on Professional Development.


1987    Department of Psychology, “Teacher expectations in sixth grade math classes: Self-fulfilling prophecies, perceptual biases, and accuracy.”


1987    Department of Psychology, “The nature of stereotypes: A comparison and integration of three theories.”


TEACHING

Social Psychology

Principles of Social Psychology (Undergraduate)

Attitudes and Social Cognition(Graduate)

Interpersonal Expectancies (Graduate)

Prejudice, Stereotypes, and Discrimination (Graduate and Undergraduate)

Psychology of Hatred, Mass Murder and Genocide (Graduate)

 

            Statistics and Methods

            Introductory Statistics (Graduate)

            Intermediate Statistics (Graduate)

            Advanced Topics in Multiple Regression (Graduate)

            Seminars in Analysis of Social Psychological Data (Undergraduate)

            Research Methods in Social Psychology (Undergraduate)

            Research Methods in Intergroup Relations (Graduate)

            The Psychology of Scientific Integrity (Graduate and Undergraduate)*

*This constitutes the recent (2014, 2015) creation of two new courses that cover the recent developments in psychology and related disciplines regarding exposure of a range of heretofore poorly understood threats to the validity of scientific research and the practices than can protect against those threats.


Dissertations, Qualifying Exams, and Masters Theses Supervised


Stephanie Anglin, Qualifying Exam, 2014,      Dissertation, 2016

Rachel Rubinstein, Qualifying Exam, 2016   

Sean Stevens, Dissertation (2014     

            Qualifying Exam (2011). Masters (2010).

Heather Nofziger, Dissertation (2013)           

            Qualifying Exam (2011), Masters (2009).

Tom Cain, Dissertation (2012),

            Qualifying Exam (2008); Masters  (2006)

Elizabeth Salib, Masters (2010).

Florette Cohen, Dissertation (2008), Qualifying

            Exam (2006).

Jarret Crawford, Dissertation (2008), Qualifying

            Exam, 2006; Masters, 2005

Stacy Robustelli, Dissertation (Educ. Psych.),  Spring, 2006

 

Polly Palumbo, dissertation, 2003; Qualifying

            Exam, 1998

Alison Smith, Qualifying Exam, 1998; Masters,

            1997

Celina Chatman, Dissertation, 1998; Qualifying

            Exam, 1996; Masters, 1995

Stephanie Madon, Dissertation, 1998; Qualifying

            Exam, 1995; Masters, 1994

Kathy Kirkhoff, Dissertation, 1995

Chris Fleming, Masters, 1994

Hsiuju Yen, Qualifying Exam, 1993; Masters, 1990

Laura Pople, Dissertation, 1993; Qualifying Exam,

            1991

Sonia Soffin, Masters, 1989



Undergraduate Honors Theses Supervised


Rachel Lisner, Spring 2016

Brittany Finn, Spring 2015

Michael Wang, Spring 2012

Greta Jankauskaite, Spring 2012

Kristin Vick, Spring (2011)

Esti Sonnenblick (2011)

Rachel Rubinstein, Spring, 2010

Karin Negele, Spring, 2008

Laura Ragusa, Spring, 2007

Christoph Schierle, 2006

Gautam Bhasin, 2006

James Delaguila, 2006

Kathleen Kennedy, 2005

Reshma Stafford, 2005

Sachelle Heavens, 2004

Romain Walker, 2002

Michael Falk, 1999

Ryan Shaner, 1999

Saba Baig, 1998

Michelle Van Noy, 1996

Lisa Lyons, 1995

Katie Cumiskey, 1993

Lon Berkovitz, 1993

Tova Felder, 1993

Cortney Kohberger, 1992

Matt Lieberman, 1992

Elisa Brier, 1991

Steve Abrams, 1990

Kyle Kohlhepp, 1990

Janine Ley, 1990

Susan Vallance, 1989


 

Award-Winning Students

Rachel Lisner, 2016, Henry Rutgers Scholar Award, Phillips Award for Outstanding Thesis in Psychology

Brittany Finn, 2015, Henry Rutgers Scholar Award, Shah Award for Research Promise

Greta Jankauskaite, 2012, Henry Rutgers Scholar Award, Phillips Award for Outstanding Thesis in Psychology

Kristin Vick, 2011, Henry Rutgers Scholar Award

Esti Sonnenblick, 2011, Phillips Award for Psychology Thesis

Rachel Rubinstein, 2010, Henry Rutgers Scholar Award

Florette Cohen, 2008, Executive Women of NJ Award

Romain Walker, 2002, Psychology Thesis Award

Eulices Montiel, 1996, National Science Foundation Minority Scholarship

Stephanie Madon, 1995, New Jersey Psychological Association award for best masters thesis.

Elisa Brier, 1991, Award for best Rutgers Psychology honors thesis

Kyle Kohlhepp, 1990, University College Award for Outstanding Graduating Senior                                                           

 

 

 

DEPARTMENTAL AND UNIVERSITY SERVICE

2015-2016       Member, Psychology Peer Evaluation Committee

2015-2016       Member, Psychology Honors Committee

2015-2016       Member, Dean’s Appointment and Promotions Committee

2014-2015,      Chair, Psychology Parking Committee

2010-2013       Chair, Department of Psychology

2012-2013       Member, School of Arts and Sciences Budget Committee

2011-12           Member, School of Arts and Sciences Executive Committee

2010-12           Member, School of Arts and Sciences Facilities Committee

2010-12           Member, School of Arts and Sciences Electronic Testing Committee

2008-10           Chair, Psychology Diversity Committee

                        Chair, Psychology Graduate Statistics Committee

2009                Interim Chair, Program in Criminal Justice

2008-2009       Member, Health Search Committee

                        Member, Psychology Space Committee

2001-2009       Dean’s committee to reorganize the Program in Criminal Justice; Criminal Justice Program Committee

 

2007-08           Psychology By-Laws Committee

                        Chair, Psychology Diversity Committee

                        Cognitive Neuroscience Search Committee

2007                Chair, Rudman Reading Committee (promotion to Full Professor)

2006                $50,000 ACIC grant to upgrade Psychology Computers

2001-06           Vice Chair for Graduate Studies

1998-06           Member, Psychology Executive Committee

2005                $25,000 ACIC grant to upgrade Psychology computers

2004-05           Social Psychology Search Committee

2003-05           Social Sciences Area Committee

1999-05           Member, Dean’s Appointment and Promotions Committee

2003                $30,000 ACIC grant to upgrade Psychology computers

2000-01           Chair, Social Area Admissions Committee

1994-1996      

 

1996-2001       Coordinator, Graduate Program in Social Psychology

1998-2000       University Senator

1999-2000       Social Psychology Search Committee

1997-1998                   Dean’s Steering Committee on the Future of Psychology

1995-1997       Member, Departmental Curriculum Committee

1995-1996       Member, Departmental Committee on Fieldwork and Independent Study

1995                Co-author, proposal funded by FAS for $66,000 to create a Psychology Computer Lab on

                        Livingston (room 205), and to upgrade existing Psychology computer labs on Busch

 

1995                Member, Ad hoc departmental committee to hire a new computer consultant

1994-1995       Member, Social Area Curriculum Committee

1994                Member, Psychology Department Committee on Graduate Statistical Training

1993,1994       Member, Psychology Department Peer Evaluation Committee

1993                Member, Psychology Department Computer Committee

1992-1993       Undergraduate Psychology Advisor

1987-1991,      Member, Social Area Admissions Committee

1993

 

1991-1993       Chair, Social Area Colloquia Committee

1992                Co-Author of Proposal to Revise Social Psychology Graduate Training to Facilitate Timely Completion of Ph.D.

1992                Member, Psychology Department Curriculum subcommittee on field work courses and independent study research

1988-1992       Member, Psychology Department Honors Committee

1991-1992       Advisor, COLORS (A student organization for enhancing inter-racial relations on campus)

1989-1990       Member, Social Area Colloquia Committee

1988-1989       Member, Social Area Space Committee

1988-1989       Member, Social Area Publicity Committee


PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

Society of Experimental Social Psychology

Society for Personality and Social Psychology

Association for Psychological Science

Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues

International Society for Self and Identity

 

EDITORIAL POSITIONS

CO-FOUNDER, SERIES EDITOR, AND CONSULTING EDITOR FOR:

Rutgers Symposium on Self and Social Identity

ASSOCIATE EDITOR           

            Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin (1/98-8/01)

CONSULTING EDITOR FOR:

            Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin (8/01-1/06)

            Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (1/90-12/02)  

            Psychological Inquiry (1/91-12/02)

            Journal of Applied Social Psychology (8/03-present)

 

 

OTHER SERVICE

Co-Founder (2013), with Jon Krosnick and Simine Vazire), Best Practices in Science Group, Rutgers and Stanford Universities, and the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences.                   

 

Co-founder (2015), HeterodoxAcademy.org, a new academic organization for promoting viewpoint diversity across the discipline.  Heterodox is by invitation only, and hosts a blog series and is launching several lines of collaborative research.  Current members can be found at: http://heterodoxacademy.org/about-us/

 

White House Memo (2015).  John Holdren, Director of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy requested that the Best Practices in Science Group prepare a six-page memo providing an overview of the threats to the integrity of the natural and social sciences, and a description of possible means of eliminating them.  Toward Robust Scientific Research Methods in the United States, Jussim, L., Krosnick, J.A., Vazire, S., Stevens, S. T., & Anglin, S. M. provided that memo.

 

MASS AND PROFESSIONAL MEDIA. EDITORIALS, BLOGS, COMMENTARIES (by me and/or about me, my articles, or the organizations I helped found)

Psychology Today Blog (on issues of scientific integrity and interpretation in psychology).  Rabble Rouser, available at: http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/rabble-rouser

·         blog entries published since 2013, on issues such as replication, political bias, political diversity, stereotypes, prejudice, discrimination, and misinterpreted science

·         Also have included a series open to early career women guest bloggers 

 

HeterodoxAcademy.org.  Blog entries here typically challenge some seemingly well established social

            science orthodoxy.

 

Guest blogger on Personality Interest Group on what social psychology gets wrong.

 

Haidt, J., & Jussim, L. (February, 2016).  Psychological science and viewpoint diversity.  Article appearing in the Presidential Column of The APS Observer, Association for Psychology Science.

 

Haidt, J., & Jussim, L. (May 6, 2016). Hard truths about race on campus.  The Wall Street Journal.

 

Correcting our stereotypes of stereotypes.  APS Observer, 29, April 2016. Article by David Myer reviewing my work on the accuracy of social stereotypes. 

 

The College Fix, 5/31/16, Social science professor defends stereotypes -- says many are accurate.  Article by Kate Hardiman reviewing my work on the accuracy of social stereotypes. 

 

Radio Appearance, Mornings with Ray Dunaway, WTIC, Connecticut, 5/13/16, on campus life and race.

 

The College Fix, 5/2/16. Freethinking profs -- fed up with peers' blind devotion to leftist tenets -- launch their own website.  Article by Kate Hardiman on HeterodoxAcademy.org.

 

Wall Street Journal, 12/22/15.  Notable and Quotable.  Coverage of my Sydney Symposium talk in 2015, on political bias in social psychology.

 

Quillette.com, 12/4/15.  How a rebellious scientist uncovered the surprising truth about stereotypes. Coverage of my Sydney Symposium talk in 2015, on political bias in social psychology, and, more generally, my research on the accuracy of social stereotypes.

 

Bloomberg View, 11/16/15.  Why Social Scientists Increasingly Look Liberal. Discusses my 2015 paper in Behavioral and Brain Sciences.

 

New York Times, 10/30/15.  Academia’s Rejection of Diversity (editorial by Arthur C. Brooks).  Discusses my 2015 paper in Behavioral and Brain Sciences.

 

Pacific Standard, 10/5/15.  Is a liberal bias hurting social psychology?  Discusses my 2015 paper in Behavioral and Brain Sciences.

 

Wall Street Journal, 1/12/15.  Notable and Quotable.  Quotes my 2015 paper in Behavioral and Brain Sciences.

 

The New Yorker, 10/30/14.  Is Social Psychology Biased Against Republicans?  Discusses my 2015 paper in Behavioral and Brain Sciences.

 

Chronicle of Higher Education, 7/29/14.  Social-Psychology Researchers are Very Liberal. Is that a Problem?   Discusses my 2015 paper in Behavioral and Brain Sciences.