Anne Maass mainly focuses on Social psychology, Developmental psychology, Social identity theory, Social perception and In-group favoritism. Her work on Social psychology is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Cognition. Her Developmental psychology study incorporates themes from Social mobility, Job satisfaction, Norm and Affect.
Her Social identity theory research incorporates elements of Queen bee syndrome, Women in science and Harassment. Her Social perception research integrates issues from Person recognition, Cross-race effect, Interpersonal interaction, Field and Human physical appearance. Anne Maass has researched In-group favoritism in several fields, including Linguistics and Control.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Social psychology, Developmental psychology, Social perception, Cognition and Cognitive psychology. Social identity theory, Ingroups and outgroups, Stereotype, Outgroup and Social relation are the core of her Social psychology study. The concepts of her Developmental psychology study are interwoven with issues in Minority influence, Norm and Social group.
In her study, Attribution is strongly linked to In-group favoritism, which falls under the umbrella field of Social group. The study incorporates disciplines such as Linguistics, Verb, German and Cognitive bias in addition to Social perception. Anne Maass has included themes like Social cognition and Action in her Cognitive psychology study.
Anne Maass spends much of her time researching Social psychology, Sexual orientation, Cognitive psychology, Agency and Perception. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Objectification, Sexual objectification and Categorization. Her study in Sexual orientation is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Developmental psychology, Prejudice, Lesbian and Social group.
Her Cognitive psychology study combines topics in areas such as Cognition, Word order and Reading. Her Agency research focuses on Space and how it relates to In-group favoritism. She combines subjects such as Concept learning, Mnemonic and Inequality with her study of Perception.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Social psychology, Mass media, Objectification, Sexual orientation and Agency. Her work on Social identity theory, Intergroup communication and Group norms as part of her general Social psychology study is frequently connected to Clothing and Boundary crossing, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. Her studies deal with areas such as Gender studies, Media consumption and Action as well as Objectification.
Her Sexual orientation research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Italian language, Self perception and Auditory perception. Anne Maass usually deals with Agency and limits it to topics linked to Grammatical category and Social perception. Her research in Social perception intersects with topics in Cognitive psychology, Grammar and Verb, Modal verb.
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Language use in intergroup contexts: the linguistic intergroup bias
Anne Maass;Daniela Salvi;Luciano Arcuri;Gün R. Semin.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (1989)
Why Do Women Underperform Under Stereotype Threat? Evidence for the Role of Negative Thinking
Mara Cadinu;Anne Maass;Alessandra Rosabianca;Jeff Kiesner.
Psychological Science (2005)
Hidden impact of minorities: Fifteen years of minority influence research.
Anne Maass;Russell D. Clark.
Psychological Bulletin (1984)
Sexual harassment under social identity threat: the computer harassment paradigm.
Anne Maass;Mara Cadinu;Gaia Guarnieri;Annalisa Grasselli.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (2003)
The underrepresentation of women in science: Differential commitment or the queen bee syndrome?
Naomi Ellemers;Henriette van den Heuvel;Dick de Gilder;Anne Maass.
British Journal of Social Psychology (2004)
Stereotype threat: The effect of expectancy on performance.
Mara Cadinu;Anne Maass;Sara Frigerio;Lisa Impagliazzo.
European Journal of Social Psychology (2003)
Accuracy of eyewitness identification in a field setting.
John C. Brigham;Anne Maass;Larry D. Snyder;Kenneth Spaulding.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (1982)
Linguistic Intergroup Bias: Stereotype Perpetuation Through Language
Advances in Experimental Social Psychology (1999)
Directional Bias in the Mental Representation of Spatial Events Nature or Culture
Anne Maass;Aurore Russo.
Psychological Science (2003)
Group Norms, Threat, and Children's Racial Prejudice
Drew Nesdale;Anne Maass;Kevin Durkin;Judith Griffiths.
Child Development (2005)
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