Jessi L. Smith, Ph.D.
Jessi L. Smith, Ph.D.
Department of Psychology, University of Colorado Colorado Springs
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Interest matters: The importance of promoting interest in education
JM Harackiewicz, JL Smith, SJ Priniski
Policy insights from the behavioral and brain sciences 3 (2), 220-227, 2016
Interest and self-regulation: The relation between having to and wanting to
C Sansone, JL Smith
Intrinsic and extrinsic motivation, 341-372, 2000
When trying hard isn’t natural: Women’s belonging with and motivation for male-dominated STEM fields as a function of effort expenditure concerns
JL Smith, KL Lewis, L Hawthorne, SD Hodges
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 39 (2), 131-143, 2013
Understanding the process of stereotype threat: A review of mediational variables and new performance goal directions
JL Smith
Educational Psychology Review 16, 177-206, 2004
Quality of evidence revealing subtle gender biases in science is in the eye of the beholder
IM Handley, ER Brown, CA Moss-Racusin, JL Smith
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (43), 13201-13206, 2015
The stereotyped task engagement process: The role of interest and achievement motivation.
JL Smith, C Sansone, PH White
Journal of Educational Psychology 99 (1), 99, 2007
Giving back or giving up: Native American student experiences in science and engineering.
JL Smith, E Cech, A Metz, M Huntoon, C Moyer
Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology 20 (3), 413, 2014
An examination of implicitly activated, explicitly activated, and nullified stereotypes on mathematical performance: It's not just a woman's issue
JL Smith, PH White
Sex roles 47, 179-191, 2002
From bench to bedside: A communal utility value intervention to enhance students’ biomedical science motivation.
ER Brown, JL Smith, DB Thoman, JM Allen, G Muragishi
Journal of Educational Psychology 107 (4), 1116, 2015
Feeling the threat: Stereotype threat as a contextual barrier to women’s science career choice intentions
ED Deemer, DB Thoman, JP Chase, JL Smith
Journal of Career Development 41 (2), 141-158, 2014
The Role of Altruistic Values in Motivating Underrepresented Minority Students for Biomedicine
AGHJLS Dustin B. Thoman, Elizabeth R. Brown, Andrew Z. Mason
Bioscience 65 (2), 183-188, 2015
Other people as a source of interest in an activity
JD Isaac, C Sansone, JL Smith
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 35 (3), 239-265, 1999
Development of the domain identification measure: A tool for investigating stereotype threat effects
JL Smith, PH White
Educational and Psychological Measurement 61 (6), 1040-1057, 2001
Beyond performance: A motivational experiences model of stereotype threat
DB Thoman, JL Smith, ER Brown, J Chase, JYK Lee
Educational psychology review 25 (2), 211-243, 2013
The resource replenishment function of interest
DB Thoman, JL Smith, PJ Silvia
Social Psychological and Personality Science 2 (6), 592-599, 2011
Now hiring! Empirically testing a three-step intervention to increase faculty gender diversity in STEM
JL Smith, IM Handley, AV Zale, S Rushing, MA Potvin
BioScience 65 (11), 1084-1087, 2015
To grab and to hold: Cultivating communal goals to overcome cultural and structural barriers in first-generation college students’ science interest.
JM Allen, GA Muragishi, JL Smith, DB Thoman, ER Brown
Translational issues in psychological science 1 (4), 331, 2015
Losing its expected communal value: How stereotype threat undermines women’s identity as research scientists
JL Smith, ER Brown, DB Thoman, ED Deemer
Social Psychology of Education 18, 443-466, 2015
No place for a woman: Evidence for gender bias in evaluations of presidential candidates
JL Smith, D Paul, R Paul
Basic and Applied Social Psychology 29 (3), 225-233, 2007
Closing the communal gap: The importance of communal affordances in science career motivation
ER Brown, DB Thoman, JL Smith, AB Diekman
Journal of applied social psychology 45 (12), 662-673, 2015
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