Filut, Amarette; Anna Kaatz; and Molly Carnes. 2017. “The Impact of Unconscious Bias on Women’s Career Advancement.” The Sasakawa Peace Foundation Expert Reviews Series on Advancing Women’s Empowerment.
Kaatz, Anna; Molly Carnes; Belinda Gutierrez; Julia Savoy; Clem Samuel; Amarette Filut; and Christine M. Pribbenow. 2017. “Fair Play: A study of scientific workforce trainers’ experience playing an educational videogame about racial bias.” CBE-Life Sciences Education. 16(2): 16ar27,1 – 16ar27,18. PMID: 28450447.
Devine, Patricia G.; Patrick S. Forscher; William T. L. Cox; Anna Kaatz; Jennifer Sheridan; and Molly Carnes. 2017. “A Gender Bias Habit-Breaking Intervention Led to Increased Hiring of Female Faculty in STEMM Departments.” Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 73(Nov): 211-215.
Sheridan, Jennifer; Julia Savoy; Anna Kaatz; You-Geon Lee; Amarette Filut; and Molly Carnes. 2017. “Write More Articles, Get More Grants: The Impact of Department Climate on Faculty Research Productivity.” Journal of Women’s Health. 26(5): 587-596.
Magua, Wairimu; Zhu, Xiaojin; Anupama Bhattacharya; Amarette Filut; Aaron Potvien; Renee Leatherberry; You-Geon Lee; Madeline Jens; Dastagiri Malikireddy; Molly Carnes; and Anna Kaatz. 2017. “Are Female Applicants Disadvantaged in National Institutes of Health Peer Review? Combining Algorithmic Text Mining and Qualitative Methods to Detect Evaluative Differences in R01 Reviewers’ Critiques.” Journal of Women’s Health. 26(4): 1-10.
Pier, Elizabeth L.; Joshua Raclaw; Anna Kaatz, M. Brauer, Molly Carnes; Mitchell J. Nathan; and Cecilia E. Ford. 2017. “’Your Comments are Meaner Than Your Score’: Score calibration talk influences inter-panel variability during scientific grant peer review.” Research Evaluation. 26(1): 1-14.
Carnes, Molly and Bairey Merz. 2017. “Women are Less Likely Than Men to be Full Professors in Cardiology: Why does this happen and how can we fix it?” Invited editorial. Circulation. 135(6).
“Yes, You Have Implicit Biases, Too.” David Gooblar. The Chronicle of Higher Education. November 19, 2017.
“These female engineers increased their job offers by 47% in only 2 hours.” Heidi Moore. Ladders. July 20, 2017.
“Could a Two-Hour Workshop Help Get More Women Hired in STEM?” Jesse Singal. The Cut. July 12, 2017.