Abigail Riemer, PhD
Abigail Riemer, PhD
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What looks like sexism and why? The effect of comment type and perpetrator type on women's perceptions of sexism
A Riemer, S Chaudoir, V Earnshaw
The Journal of general psychology 141 (3), 263-279, 2014
How self‐compassion moderates the effect of body surveillance on subjective happiness and depression among women
R Wollast, AR Riemer, P Bernard, C Leys, I Kotsou, O Klein
Scandinavian Journal of Psychology 60 (5), 464-472, 2019
The Social Interaction Model of Objectification: A process model of goal‐based objectifying exchanges between men and women
SJ Gervais, G Sáez, AR Riemer, O Klein
British Journal of Social Psychology 59 (1), 248-283, 2020
She looks like she’d be an animal in bed: Dehumanization of drinking women in social contexts
AR Riemer, SJ Gervais, JLM Skorinko, SM Douglas, H Spencer, K Nugai, ...
Sex Roles 80, 617-629, 2019
How self-compassion moderates the relation between body surveillance and body shame among men and women
R Wollast, AR Riemer, E Sarda, BM Wiernik, O Klein
Mindfulness 11, 2298-2313, 2020
The role of interpersonal sexual objectification in heterosexual intimate partner violence from perspectives of perceivers and targets
G Sáez, AR Riemer, RL Brock, SJ Gervais
Journal of interpersonal violence 37 (3-4), 1430-1455, 2022
Objectification in heterosexual romantic relationships: Examining relationship satisfaction of female objectification recipients and male objectifying perpetrators
G Sáez, AR Riemer, RL Brock, SJ Gervais
Sex Roles 81, 370-384, 2019
Beauty is in the eye of the beer holder: An initial investigation of the effects of alcohol, attractiveness, warmth, and competence on the objectifying gaze in men
AR Riemer, M Haikalis, MR Franz, MD Dodd, D DiLillo, SJ Gervais
Sex Roles 79, 449-463, 2018
How cultural orientation and self-compassion shape objectified body consciousness for women from America, Belgium, Russia, and Thailand
R Wollast, AR Riemer, SJ Gervais, L Grigoryan, P Bernard, O Klein
Self and Identity 20 (7), 930-950, 2021
Who treats people as sex objects? Cultural orientation, social comparison, and sexual objectification perpetration
SJ Gervais*, P Bernard**, AR Riemer*
Revue internationale de psychologie sociale 28 (1), 153-181, 2015
Further Validation of a Laboratory Analog Sexual Aggression Task: Associations With Novel Risk Factors for Sexual Violence.
MR Franz, M Haikalis, AR Riemer, DJ Parrott, SJ Gervais, D DiLillo
Violence and Victims 33 (3), 486-503, 2018
The development and psychometric evaluation of the Objectification Perpetration Scale.
AR Riemer, G Sáez, RL Brock, SJ Gervais
Journal of counseling psychology 69 (4), 541, 2022
The balanced objectification hypothesis: The effects of objectification valence and body sentiment on source sentiment
SJ Gervais, J Allen, AR Riemer, M Gullickson
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 45 (4), 571-586, 2019
“You can catch more flies with honey than vinegar”: Objectification valence interacts with women’s enjoyment of sexualization to influence social perceptions
AR Riemer, J Allen, M Gullickson, SJ Gervais
Sex Roles 83, 739-753, 2020
Self-fulfilling objectification in relationships: The effects of men’s objectifying expectations on women’s self-objectification during conflict in romantic relationships
AR Riemer, G Sáez, R Brock, SJ Gervais
Self and Identity 20 (7), 854-860, 2021
“I’ll stop talking now”: Decreased interaction length in mixed-sex interpersonal interactions as response to objectification
G Sáez, AR Riemer, I Valor-Segura, F Expósito
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 38 (1), 180-188, 2021
Does the affirmative consent standard increase the accuracy of sexual assault perceptions? It depends on how you learn about the standard.
AR Riemer, K Holland, E McCracken, A Dale, SJ Gervais
Law and human behavior 46 (6), 440, 2022
The Objectification Equation: How Objectifying Experiences Add Up to Subtract Women and Girls From Pursuing STEM
AR Riemer
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2019
Trying to Get the Job: Hiring Implications of Using" I" Versus" We" for Female Applicants in Employment Interviews
A Hartman, AR Riemer, SJ Gervais
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