Margaret Shih
Associate Professor
Primary Area:
Social Psychology
A419 Collins Center
Representative Publications:

Wout, D., Shih, M., Jackson, J. S., & Sellers, R. M. (in press). Targets as perceivers: The influence of social perception on stereotype threat.  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.

Kiefer, A. & Shih, M. (2006). Gender differences in persistence and attribution in stereotype relevant contexts. Sex Roles, 54, 859-868.

Pittinsky, T. L., Shih, M., & Trahan, A. (2006).  Identity cues:  Evidence from and for intra-individual perspectives on stereotyping. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 36, 2215-2239.

Shih, M., Pittinsky, T. L. & Trahan, A. (2006). Domain-specific effects of Stereotypes on Performance. Self and Identity, 5, 1-14.

Shih, M., & Sanchez, D. (2005). Perspectives and research on the positive and negative effects of having multiple racial identities. Psychological Bulletin,131, 569-591.

Pittinsky, T. L. & Shih, M. (2004).  Knowledge nomads:  Organizational commitment and worker mobility in positive perspective. American Behavioral Scientist, 4, 791-807.

Shih, M., Ambady, N., Richeson, J. A., Fujita, K., & Gray, H. (2002).  Stereotype performance boosts: The impact of self-relevance and the manner of stereotype activation. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 83, 638-647.

Ambady, N., Shih, M., Kim. A., & Pittinsky, T. L. (2001). Stereotype susceptibility in children: Effects of identity activation on quantitative performance. Psychological Science, 12, 385-390.

Pittinsky, T. L., Shih, M., & Ambady, N. (2000). Will a category cue affect you? Category cues, positive stereotypes and reviewer recall for applicants. Social Psychology of Education. 4(1), 53-65.

Shih, M., Pittinsky, T.L., & Ambady, N. (1999).  Stereotype susceptibility:  Identity salience and shifts in quantitative performance. Psychological Science, 10(1), 81-84.

Pittinsky, T. L., Shih, M., & Ambady, N. (1999).  Identity adaptiveness and affect across one’s multiple identities. Journal of Social Issues,  Special Issue: Prejudice and Intergroup Relations,  Papers in Honor of Allport’s Centennial, 55(3),  503-518.