Manuela Barreto
Manuela Barreto
Professor of Social and Organizational Psychology, University of Exeter
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Group virtue: the importance of morality (vs. competence and sociability) in the positive evaluation of in-groups.
CW Leach, N Ellemers, M Barreto
Journal of personality and social psychology 93 (2), 234, 2007
8202007
The burden of benevolent sexism: How it contributes to the maintenance of gender inequalities
M Barreto, N Ellemers
European journal of social psychology 35 (5), 633-642, 2005
4492005
The glass ceiling in the 21st century: Understanding barriers to gender equality.
ME Barreto, MK Ryan, MT Schmitt
American Psychological Association, 2009
3252009
You can’t always do what you want: Social identity and self-presentational determinants of the choice to work for a low-status group
M Barreto, N Ellemers
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 26 (8), 891-906, 2000
2342000
The perils of political correctness: Men's and women's responses to old-fashioned and modern sexist views
M Barreto, N Ellemers
Social psychology quarterly 68 (1), 75-88, 2005
2182005
Hidden costs of hiding stigma: Ironic interpersonal consequences of concealing a stigmatized identity in social interactions
AK Newheiser, M Barreto
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 52, 58-70, 2014
1662014
The effects of being categorised: The interplay between internal and external social identities
M Barreto, N Ellemers
European review of social psychology 14 (1), 139-170, 2003
1612003
Is it better to be moral than smart? The effects of morality and competence norms on the decision to work at group status improvement.
N Ellemers, S Pagliaro, M Barreto, CW Leach
Journal of personality and social psychology 95 (6), 1397, 2008
1522008
How nice of us and how dumb of me: The effect of exposure to benevolent sexism on women’s task and relational self-descriptions
M Barreto, N Ellemers, L Piebinga, M Moya
Sex Roles 62 (7-8), 532-544, 2010
1442010
Collective action in modern times: How modern expressions of prejudice prevent collective action
N Ellemers, M Barreto
Journal of Social Issues 65 (4), 749-768, 2009
1392009
Morality and behavioural regulation in groups: A social identity approach
N Ellemers, S Pagliaro, M Barreto
European Review of Social Psychology 24 (1), 160-193, 2013
1342013
The impact of respect versus neglect of self-identities on identification and group loyalty
M Barreto, N Ellemers
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 28 (5), 629-639, 2002
1342002
The impact of relative group status: Affective, perceptual and behavioral consequences
N Ellemers, M Barreto
Blackwell handbook of social psychology: Intergroup processes, 325-343, 2003
1212003
Working under cover: Performance-related self-confidence among members of contextually devalued groups who try to pass
M Barreto, N Ellemers, S Banal
European Journal of Social Psychology 36, 337-352, 2006
1112006
Sharing moral values: Anticipated ingroup respect as a determinant of adherence to morality-based (but not competence-based) group norms
S Pagliaro, N Ellemers, M Barreto
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 37 (8), 1117-1129, 2011
1102011
Corporate social responsibility as a source of organizational morality, employee commitment and satisfaction
N Ellemers, L Kingma, J van de Burgt, M Barreto
Journal of Organizational Moral Psychology 1 (2), 97-124, 2011
1102011
Who wants to know? The effect of audience on identity expression among minority group members
M Barreto, R Spears, N Ellemers, K Shahinper
British Journal of Social Psychology 42 (2), 299-318, 2003
1052003
Commitment and strategic responses to social context.
N Ellemers, M Barreto, R Spears
Blackwell Science, 1999
1021999
Detecting and experiencing prejudice: New answers to old questions
M Barreto, N Ellemers
Advances in experimental social psychology 52, 139-219, 2015
682015
The self-fulfilling effects of contemporary sexism: How it affects women's well-being and behavior.
M Barreto, N Ellemers, S Cihangir, K Stroebe
American Psychological Association, 2009
682009
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