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Biernat, Monica; Molly Carnes; Amarette Filut; and Anna Kaatz. 2019. “Gender, Race, and Grant Reviews: Translating and Responding to Research Feedback.” Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. In Press.
Fine, Eve; Jennifer Sheridan; Christine Fabian Bell; Molly Carnes; Carmen Juniper Neimeko; and Manuela Romero. 2018. “Teaching Academics About Microaggressions: A Workshop Model Adaptable to Various Audiences.” Understanding Interventions Journal. In press.
Carnes, Molly; Eve Fine and Jennifer Sheridan. 2018. “Promises and Pitfalls of Diversity Statements: Proceed with Caution.” Academic Medicine. PMID: 30067539.
Rogus-Pulia, Nicole; Ianessa Humbert; Christine Kolehmainen; and Molly Carnes. 2018. “How Gender Stereotypes May Limit Female Faculty Advancement in Communication Sciences and Disorders.” American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology. 27(November): 1598-1611.
Carnes, Molly. 2018. “The American College of Physicians is Working Hard to Achieve Gender Equity, and Everyone Will Benefit.” Annals of Internal Medicine.
Pier, Elizabeth L.; Markus Brauer; Amarette Filut; Anna Kaatz; Joshua Raclaw; Mitchell J. Nathan; Cecilia E. Ford; and Molly Carnes. 2018. “Low Agreement Among Reviewers Evaluating the Same NIH Grant Applications.” PNAS. 115(12): 2952-2957.
Kolehmainen, Christine and Molly Carnes. 2018. “Who Resembles a Scientific Leader-Jack or Jill? How Implicit Bias Could Influence Research Grant Funding.” Circulation. 137(8): 769-770. PMID: 29459461.
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.