PUBLICATIONS
Akinola, M., Page-Gould, E., & Karmali, F. (2021). Psychophysiology in organizational
     change. Forthcoming chapter. In D. B. Szable, D. Coghlan, W. A. Pasmore, & J. Y. Kim
     (Eds.), Handbook of methods in organizational change research. Edward Eglar Publishers.

 

Karmali, F., Kawakami, K., Vaccarino, E., Williams, A., Phills, C., & Friesen, J.P. (2019). I
     don’t see race (or conflict): Strategic descriptions of ambiguous negative intergroup
     contexts. Journal of Social Issues: Research on Race and Racism, 75, 1002-1034.

Kawakami, K., Karmali, F., & Vaccarino, E. (2018). Condemning racism: Predicted and
     actual responses to intergroup bias. In M. Monteith & R. Mallet (Eds.), Confronting prejudice and      discrimination: The science of changing minds and behaviors (pp.3-28). Academic Press.

 

Karmali, F., Kawakami, K., & Page-Gould, E. (2017). He said what? Physiological
     and cognitive responses to imagining and witnessing outgroup racism. Journal of
     Experimental Psychology: General, 146, 1073-1085.

Kawakami, K., Dunn, E., Karmali, F., & Dovidio, J. F. (2009). Mispredicting affective and behavioral         responses to racism. Science, 323, 276-278. Reprinted in Kawakami, K. (Ed.), (2014). The     psychology of prejudice. London: Sage.

 

Kawakami, K., Dunn, E., Karmali, F., & Dovidio, J. (2009). Confronting racism:
     Response. Science, 324, 591-592.

 

Kawakami, K., Dunn, E., Karmali, F., & Dovidio, J. (2009). Mispredicting affective and
     behavioral responses to racism. Science, 323, 276-278.

 

Manuscripts Submitted and in Preparation
 

Friesen, J., Karmali, F., & Kawakami, K. (in preparation). Intergroup biases in person
     perception: The impact of race and head-tilt on perceived attributions and success.

 

Hall, W. M., He, C., Kang, S.K., Koyama, J., & Karmali, F., & Page-Gould, E. (in preparation).
     What does it mean to be an engineer? An examination of the engineering identity.

 

Hall, W. M., Karmali, F., Kang, S.K., Page-Gould, E., Koyama, J., & (in preparation).
     Negative interactions undermine momentary working memory for women in STEM.

 

Karmali, F., & Kawakami, K. (requested revision). Posing while Black: The impact of race
     and expansive poses on trait attributions, professional evaluations, and interpersonal relations.         Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.

 

Karmali, F., & Kawakmi, K. (in preparation). Posing while Black: The impact of race and
     expansive poses on perceptions of emotions and racial and political attitudes.

 

Karmali, F., Kawakami, K., & Khoury, C. (submitted). Behavioral responses to
     derogatory comments: The role of the target. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.           .

 

Karmali, F., & Page-Gould, E. (in preparation). Eight ethnic groups and 92 traits:
     Diversifying knowledge of group personality stereotypes.

 

Karmali, F., & Page-Gould, E. (in preparation). Nonverbal behavior and race in diverse
     group interactions: A challenge and threat account.

 

Karmali, F., Page-Gould, E., & Miller, I. (in preparation). Revisiting the Princeton trilogy
     in 2020: Change in social sentiments on Twitter predict change in ethnic stereotypes.

 

Karmali, F., Steele, J., & Williams, A., Iankilevitch, M. (in preparation). The development
     of personalized and normative associations: Comparing traditional and personalized IATs among       children.

 

Kawakami, K., Kunstman, J., Williams, A., Lloyd, P., Friesen, J., Karmali, F., & Nickel, M. (in               preparation). Black lives matter: Perceived racial bias and trustworthiness.

Koyama, J., Cyr, E. N., Jones, K., Hall, W. M., Page-Gould, E., & Karmali, F. (in preparation).
     Physiological responses in STEM group meetings: Evaluating inclusivity initiatives in the
     Engineering classrooms.

 

Meyers, C., Karmali, F., & Vaccarino, E. (in preparation). Denying the negative: The
     influence of multicultural identity on color and conflict blind behavior in ambiguous negative       situations.

Francine Karmali, PhD, francine.karmali@utoronto.ca

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