- Reviewed Development, maintenance, and change of stereotypes and prejudice- Interaction of affective and cognitive processes as antecendents of stereotyping and prejudice- Affect and cognitive consequences of group categorization, preception, and interaction- The interaction of cognitive and affective processes in social perception- Award Winning Chapter "The Esses et al", was the 1992 winner of the Otto Klineberg award given by the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues, which cited the chapter as having offered, "a substantial advance in our understanding of basic psychological processes, underlying racism, stereotyping, and prejudice."
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Emotions, Arousal, and Stereotypic Judgments: A Heuristic Model of Affect and Stereotyping
The Influence of Affect on Stereotyping: The Case of Illusory Correlations
Affect and Perceived Group Variability: Implications for Stereotyping and Prejudice
The Role of Anxiety in Facilitating Stereotypic Judgments of Out-Group Behavior
Cognition and Affect in Stereotyping: Parallel Interactive Networks
Values, Stereotypes, and Emotions as Determinants of Intergroup Attitudes
Stereotypes and Evaluative Intergroup Bias
Mere Exposure Effects With Outgroup Stimuli
Applications of Emotion Theory and Research to Stereotyping and Intergroup Relations
Negative Interdependence and Prejudice: Whence the Affect?
Stereotyping and Affect in Discourse: Interpreting the Meaning of Elderly Painful Self-Disclosure
Social Identity and Social Emotions: Toward New Conceptualizations of Prejudice
The Role of Discrepancy Associated Affect in Prejudice Reduction
Social Stigma: The Consequences of Attributional Ambiguity
Affect, Cognition, and Sterotyping: Concluding Comments