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Janice D. Yoder, Ph.D. Publications

  • Yoder, J. D., Mills, A. S., & Raffa, E. R. (in press). An effective intervention in Research Methods that reduces psychology majors’ sexist prejudices. Teaching of Psychology.
  • Yoder, J. D., & Perez, A. U. (2013). Tokenism. In V. Smith (Ed.), Sociology of work: An encyclopedia. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
  • Yoder, J. D., Snell, A. F., & Tobias, A. (2012). Balancing multicultural competence with social justice: Feminist beliefs and optimal psychological functioning. The Counseling Psychologist, 40, 1101-1132. doi: 10.1177/0011000011426296
  • Yoder, J.D. (2012). Finding optimal functioning in a sexist world: A social justice challenge. The Counseling Psychologist, 40, 1172-1180. doi:10.1177/0011000012448880
  • Yoder, J. D., Tobias, A., & Snell, A. F. (2011). When declaring "I am a feminist" matters: Labeling is linked to activism. Sex Roles, 64, 9-18. doi:10.1007/s11199-010-9890-3
  • Moradi, B., & Yoder, J.D. (2011). Current status and future directions in research on women’s experiences. In E.M. Altmaier & J. C. Hansen (Eds.), The Oxford handbook of counseling psychology (pp. 346-374). New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Yoder, J.D., & Lawrence, C. (2011). Are gender differences in self-reported rumination explained by women’s stereotyping? Sex Roles, 65, 94-101. doi: 10.1007/s11199-010-9913-0
  • Yoder, J.D. (2010). Does “making a difference” still make a difference?: A textbook author’s reflections. Sex Roles, 62, 173-178. doi: 10.1007/s11199-009-9732-3
  • Yoder, J.D., Christopher, J., & Holmes, J.D. (2008). Are television commercials still achievement scripts for women? Psychology of Women Quarterly, 32, 303-311.
  • Bozin, M.A., & Yoder, J.D. (2008). Social status, not gender alone, is implicated in different reactions by women and men to social ostracism. Sex Roles, 58, 713-720.
  • Buchanan, T.S., Fischer, A.R., Tokar, D.M., & Yoder, J.D. (2008). Testing a culture-specific extension of objectification theory regarding African American women’s body image. The Counseling Psychologist, 36, 697-718.
  • Yoder, J.D., Fischer, A.R., Kahn, A.S., & Groden, J. (2007). Changes in students’ explanations for gender differences after taking a Psychology of Women class: More constructionist and less essentialist. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 31, 415-425.
  • Yoder, J.D., Perry, R.L., & Saal, E.I. (2007). What good is a feminist identity?: Women’s feminist identification and role expectations for intimate and sexual relationships. Sex Roles, 57, 365-372.
  • Hogue, M., Yoder, J.D., & Singleton, S.B. (2007). The gender wage gap: An explanation of men’s elevated wage entitlement. Sex Roles, 56, 573-579.
  • Yoder, J.D. (2006). Tokenism. In J.H. Greenhaus & G.A. Callanan, Encyclopedia of career development. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
  • Hogue, M.B., & Yoder, J.D. (2006). What happens when few women work with many men. In M. Karsten (Ed.), Gender, race, and ethnicity in the workplace (Vol. 2, pp. 199-216). Westport, CT: Praeger/Greenwood.
  • Yoder, J.D., & Hochevar, C.M. (2005). Encouraging active learning can improve students’ performance on examinations. Teaching of Psychology, 32(2), 91-95.
  • Yoder, J.D., & Naidoo, L. (2006). Psychological research with military women: At the forefront of societal changes. In A. David Mangelsdorff (Ed.), Psychology in the service of national security. Washington, DC: APA Books.
  • Ritter, B.A., & Yoder, J.D. (2004). Gender differences in leader emergence persist even for dominant women: An updated confirmation of role congruity theory. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 28, 187-193.
  • Moradi, B., Yoder, J.D., & Berendsen, L.L. (2004). An evaluation of the psychometric properties of the Womanist Identity Attitudes Scale. Sex Roles, 50(3/4), 253-266.
  • Yoder, J.D., & Kahn, A.S. (2003). Making gender comparisons more meaningful: A call for more attention to social context. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 27(4), 281-290.
  • Hogue, M., & Yoder, J.D. (2003). The role of status in producing depressed entitlement in women's and men's pay allocations. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 27(4), 330-337. A modified version appears as Appendix 4 in Pelham, B.W., & Blanton, H. (2006). Conducting research in psychology: Measuring the weight of smoke (3rd ed.). Belmont, CA: Wadsworth.
  • Yoder, J.D. (2003). Under fire: African American women firefighters. In S. Burnham (Ed.), The quest for social justice: The Morris Fromkin Memorial Lectures (Vol. 3). Milwaukee, WI: Golda Meir Library, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
  • Hogue, M.B., Yoder, J.D., & Ludwig, J. (2002). Increasing initial leader effectiveness: Assisting both women and men. Sex Roles, 46(11-12), 377-384. Swearingen-Hilter, N., & Yoder, J.D. (2002). Understanding the context of unbalanced domestic contributions: The influence of perceiver's attitudes, target's gender, and presentational format. Sex Roles, 46 (3-4), 85-92.
  • Yoder, J.D. (2002). 2001 Division 35 presidential address: Context matters: Understanding tokenism processes and their impact on women's work. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 26(1), 1-8.
  • Yoder, J.D., Hogue, M., Newman, R., Metz, L., & LaVigne, T. (2002). Exploring moderators of gender differences: Contextual differences in door holding behavior. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 32(8), 1682-1686.
  • Yoder, J.D., & Berendsen, L.L. (2001). "Outsider within" the firehouse: African American and White women firefighters. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 25, 27-36.
  • Yoder, J.D. (2001). Making leadership work more effectively for women. Journal of Social Issues, 57(4), 815-828.
  • Yoder, J.D. (2001). Military women. In J. Worell (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Gender (pp. 771-782). San Diego, CA: Academic Press.
  • Moradi, B., & Yoder, J.D. (2001). Demonstrating social constructionism in psychology courses: The Who Am I? exercise. Teaching of Psychology, 28, 201-203.
  • Yoder, J.D., Vasquez, M.J.T., & Katz, P.A. (2000). Comment: Children need adults, not polemics. American Psychologist, 55, 680-681.
  • Yoder, J.D. (2000). Women and work. In M. Biaggio & M. Hersen (Eds.), Issues in the psychology of women (pp. 71-91). New York: Plenum.
  • Konrad, J.L., & Yoder, J.D. (2000). Adding feminist therapy to videotape demonstrations. Teaching of Psychology, 27(1), 56-57.
  • Mueller, K.A., & Yoder, J.D. (1999). Stigmatization of non-normative family size status. Sex Roles, 41(11/12), 901-919.
  • Yoder, J.D., Schleicher, T.L., & McDonald, T.W. (1998). Empowering token women leaders: The importance of organizationally legitimated credibility. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 22, 209-222.
  • Yoder, J.D., & McDonald, T.W. (1998). Measuring sexist discrimination in the workplace: Support for the validity of the Schedule of Sexist Events. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 22, 487-491.
  • Yoder, J.D. (1998). The reproduction of a skeptical, feminist social psychologist. Feminism & Psychology, 8, 84-89.
  • Yoder, J.D., & Aniakudo, P. (1997). "Outsider within" the firehouse: Subordination and difference in the social interactions of African American women firefighters. Gender & Society, 11, 324-341. (Reprinted in L.A. Peplau, et al. (Eds.). (1999). Gender, culture, and ethnicity: Current research about women and men (pp. 135-152). Mountain View, CA: Mayfield.)
  • Mueller, K.A., & Yoder, J.D. (1997). Gendered norms for family size, employment, and occupation: Are there personal costs for violating them? Sex Roles, 36, 207-220.
  • Yoder, J.D., & McDonald, T.W. (1997). The generalizability and construct validity of the Modern Sexism Scale: Some cautionary notes. Sex Roles, 36, 655-663.
  • Yoder, J.D., Aniakudo, P., & Berendsen, L. (1996). Looking beyond gender: The effects of racial differences on tokenism perceptions of women. Sex Roles, 35, 389-400.
  • Yoder, J.D., & Aniakudo, P. (1996). When pranks become harassment: The case of African American women firefighters. Sex Roles, 35, 253-270.
  • Yoder, J.D., & Schleicher, T.L. (1996). Undergraduates regard deviation from occupational gender stereotypes as costly for women. Sex Roles, 34, 171-188.
  • Yoder, J.D., & Aniakudo, P. (1995). The responses of African American women firefighters to gender harassment at work. Sex Roles, 32, 125-138.
  • Yoder, J.D. (1994). Looking beyond numbers: The effects of gender status, job prestige, and occupational gender-typing on tokenism processes. Social Psychology Quarterly, 57, 150-159.
  • Yoder, J.D., & Kahn, A.S. (1993). Working toward an inclusive psychology of women. American Psychologist, 48, 846-850.
  • Yoder, J.D., & Kahn, A.S. (1992). Toward a feminist understanding of women and power. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 16, 381-388.
  • Yoder, J.D. (1991). Rethinking tokenism: Looking beyond numbers. Gender & Society, 5, 178-192.
  • Kahn, A.S., & Yoder, J.D. (1989). The Psychology of Women and conservatism: From social change to psychotherapy. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 13, 417-432. (Reprinted in J.S. Bohan (Ed.). (1992). Seldom seen, rarely heard: Women's place in psychology. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.)
  • Yoder, J.D. (1989). Women at West Point: Lessons for women in male-dominated occupations. In J. Freeman (Ed.), Women: A feminist perspective. (4th ed.) (pp. 523-537). Mountain View, CA: Mayfield.
  • Yoder, J.D., Crumpton, P.L., & Zipp, J.F. (1989). The power of numbers in influencing hiring decisions. Gender & Society, 3, 269-276.
  • Yoder, J.D., & Crumpton, P.L. (1987). A report on the 1984 job market in psychology. Professional Psychology, 18, 399-401.
  • Yoder, J.D. (1986). Challenges during the transition from graduate student to assistant professor. In S. Rose (Ed.), Career guide for women scholars. New York: Springer. (1986 Book of the Year Award from the American Journal of Nursing)
  • Yoder, J.D., Wrest, R., & Rose, S. (1986). Using microcomputers to enhance students' interest in statistics and other psychology courses. Social Science Microcomputer Review, 4, 371-374.
  • Yoder, J.D. (1985). An academic women as a token: A case study. Journal of Social Issues, 41, 61-72. (Reprinted in M. Crawford & R. Unger (Eds.). (1996). In our own words: Readings in the psychology of women and gender (pp. 249-259). New York: McGraw-Hill.)
  • Yoder, J.D., & Sinnett, L.M. (1985). Is it all in the numbers?: A case study of tokenism. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 9, 413-418.
  • Yoder, J.D., Adams, J., Grove, S., & Priest, R.F. (1985). To teach is to learn: Overcoming tokenism with mentors. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 9, 119-131.
  • Adams, J., Richards, J., & Yoder, J.D. (1985). Examining job satisfaction and motivation in the Army. Psychological Documents, 15, 27.
  • Rice, R.W., Yoder, J.D., Adams, J., Priest, R.F., & Prince, H.T. (1984). Leadership ratings for male and female military cadets. Sex Roles, 10, 885-902.
  • Yoder, J.D., & Adams, J. (1984). Women entering nontraditional roles: When work demands and sex-roles conflict. International Journal of Women's Studies, 7, 260-272.
  • Yoder, J.D. (1983). Another look at women in the Army: A comment on Woelfel's article. Sex Roles, 9, 285-288.
  • Yoder, J.D., Adams, J., & Prince, H.T. (1983). The price of a token. Journal of Political and Military Sociology, 11, 325-337.
  • Yoder, J.D. (1983). A design for a coherent, organized, and relevant course in social psychology. Teaching of Psychology, 10, 217-220.
  • Yoder, J.D., Rice, R.W., Adams, J., Priest, R.F., & Prince, H.T. (1982). Reliability of the Attitudes toward Women Scale (AWS) and Personal Attributes Questionnaire (PAQ). Sex Roles, 8, 651-658.
  • Yoder, J.D. (1981). The effects of disagreement on the continuation of an interpersonal relationship. Human Relations, 34, 195-205.
  • Adams, J., Yoder, J.D., Rice, R.W., & Prince, H.T. (1981). Group performance at West Point: Relationships with intelligence and attitudes toward sex-roles. Armed Forces and Society, 7, 246-255.
  • Hollander, E.P., & Yoder, J.D. (1980). Some issues comparing women and men as leaders. Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 1, 267-280. (Reprinted in Rosenbach, W.E., & Taylor, R.L. (Eds.). (1984). Contemporary issues in leadership. Boulder, Colorado: Westview.)
  • Yoder, J.D., & Nichols, R.C. (1980). A life perspective comparison of married and divorced persons. Journal of Marriage and the Family, 42, 413-419.
  • Yoder, J.D. (1980). Coping with mid-term instructor changes. Improving College and University Teaching, 28, 177-179.
  • Yoder, J.D. (1979). Teaching students to do research. Teaching of Psychology, 6, 85-88. (Reprinted in Ware, M.E., et al. (1988). Handbook for teaching statistics and research methods. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.)
  • Yoder, J.D. (1979). Teaching students to do interviewing. Teaching of Psychology, 6, 107.(Reprinted in Ware, M.E., & Johnson, D.E. (Eds.). (1996). Handbook of demonstrations and activities in the teaching of psychology: Introductory, Statistics, Research Methods, and History (Vol. 1). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.)