Dario Cvencek
Dario Cvencek
Research Scientist, Institute for Learning & Brain Sciences, University of Washington
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Math–gender stereotypes in elementary school children
D Cvencek, AN Meltzoff, AG Greenwald
Child development 82 (3), 766-779, 2011
Measuring implicit attitudes of 4-year-olds: The preschool implicit association test
D Cvencek, AG Greenwald, AN Meltzoff
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 109 (2), 187-200, 2011
Cognitive consistency: A fundamental principle in social cognition
B Gawronski, F Strack
Guilford press, 2012
Self‐concepts, self‐esteem, and academic achievement of minority and majority north American elementary school children
D Cvencek, SA Fryberg, R Covarrubias, AN Meltzoff
Child development 89 (4), 1099-1109, 2018
Math achievement, stereotypes, and math self-concepts among elementary-school students in Singapore
D Cvencek, M Kapur, AN Meltzoff
Learning and Instruction 39, 1-10, 2015
Faking of the Implicit Association Test is statistically detectable and partly correctable
D Cvencek, AG Greenwald, AS Brown, NS Gray, RJ Snowden
Basic and applied social psychology 32 (4), 302-314, 2010
Implicit measures for preschool children confirm self-esteem's role in maintaining a balanced identity
D Cvencek, AG Greenwald, AN Meltzoff
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 62, 50-57, 2016
Cognitive consistency and math–gender stereotypes in Singaporean children
D Cvencek, AN Meltzoff, M Kapur
Journal of experimental child psychology 117, 73-91, 2014
Balanced identity theory
D Cvencek, AG Greenwald, AN Meltzoff
Cognitive consistency: A fundamental principle in social cognition, 157-177, 2012
The development of math–race stereotypes:“They say Chinese people are the best at math”
D Cvencek, NS Nasir, K O'Connor, S Wischnia, AN Meltzoff
Journal of Research on Adolescence 25 (4), 630-637, 2015
Best research practices for using the Implicit Association Test
AG Greenwald, M Brendl, H Cai, D Cvencek, JF Dovidio, M Friese, ...
Behavior research methods, 1-20, 2021
A review of implicit and explicit substance self-concept as a predictor of alcohol and tobacco use and misuse
KP Lindgren, C Neighbors, ML Gasser, JJ Ramirez, D Cvencek
The American journal of drug and alcohol abuse 43 (3), 237-246, 2017
The gendered self-concept: How implicit gender stereotypes and attitudes shape self-definition
AS Baron, T Schmader, D Cvencek, AN Meltzoff
Gender and development, 109-132, 2013
Chilean kindergarten children’s beliefs about mathematics: Family matters.
MF del Río, K Strasser, D Cvencek, MI Susperreguy, AN Meltzoff
Developmental Psychology 55 (4), 687, 2019
Development of math attitudes and math self‐concepts: Gender differences, implicit–explicit dissociations, and relations to math achievement
D Cvencek, R Brečić, D Gacesa, AN Meltzoff
Child Development 92 (5), e940-e956, 2021
The Implicit Association Test at age 20: What is known and what is not known about implicit bias
AG Greenwald, M Brendl, H Cai, D Cvencek, JF Dovidio, M Friese, ...
PsyArXiv, 2020
Meta-analytic use of balanced identity theory to validate the Implicit Association Test
D Cvencek, AN Meltzoff, CD Maddox, BA Nosek, LA Rudman, T Devos, ...
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 47 (2), 185-200, 2021
Early sources of children’s math achievement in Chile: The role of parental beliefs and feelings about math
MF del Río, MI Susperreguy, K Strasser, D Cvencek, C Iturra, I Gallardo, ...
Early Education and Development 32 (5), 637-652, 2021
Developing implicit social cognition in early childhood: Methods, phenomena, prospects
D Cvencek, AN Meltzoff
The Routledge international handbook of young children's thinking and …, 2014
Preschoolers’ mathematical play and colour preferences: a new window into the development of gendered beliefs about math
J Paz-Albo Prieto, D Cvencek, CV Herranz Llácer, A Hervás Escobar, ...
Early Child Development and Care 187 (8), 1273-1283, 2017
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