Oriane Sarrasin
Oriane Sarrasin
Tenured lecturer, University of Lausanne
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Generically intended, but specifically interpreted: When beauticians, musicians, and mechanics are all men
P Gygax, U Gabriel, O Sarrasin, J Oakhill, A Garnham
Language and cognitive processes 23 (3), 464-485, 2008
Educated preferences or selection effects? A longitudinal analysis of the impact of educational attainment on attitudes towards immigrants
B Lancee, O Sarrasin
European Sociological Review 31 (4), 490-501, 2015
Au pairs are rarely male: Norms on the gender perception of role names across English, French, and German
U Gabriel, P Gygax, O Sarrasin, A Garnham, J Oakhill
Behavior research methods 40 (1), 206-212, 2008
Sexism and attitudes toward gender-neutral language
O Sarrasin, U Gabriel, P Gygax
Swiss Journal of Psychology, 2012
From stigmatized immigrants to radical right voting: A multilevel study on the role of threat and contact
EGT Green, O Sarrasin, R Baur, N Fasel
Political Psychology 37 (4), 465-480, 2016
The more the merrier? The effects of type of cultural diversity on exclusionary immigration attitudes in Switzerland
EGT Green, N Fasel, O Sarrasin
International Journal of Conflict and Violence (IJCV) 4 (2), 177-190, 2010
When integration policies shape the impact of intergroup contact on threat perceptions: a multilevel study across 20 European countries
EGT Green, EP Visintin, O Sarrasin, M Hewstone
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 46 (3), 631-648, 2020
Gender representation in different languages and grammatical marking on pronouns: When beauticians, musicians, and mechanics remain men
A Garnham, U Gabriel, O Sarrasin, P Gygax, J Oakhill
Discourse Processes 49 (6), 481-500, 2012
Nationalism and patriotism as predictors of immigration attitudes in Switzerland: A municipality‐level analysis
EGT Green, O Sarrasin, N Fasel, C Staerklé
Swiss Political Science Review 17 (4), 369-393, 2011
Facing cultural diversity
N Fasel, EGT Green, O Sarrasin
European Psychologist, 2013
Opposition to antiracism laws across Swiss municipalities: A multilevel analysis
O Sarrasin, EGT Green, N Fasel, O Christ, C Staerklé, A Clémence
Political Psychology 33 (5), 659-681, 2012
Some grammatical rules are more difficult than others: The case of the generic interpretation of the masculine
P Gygax, U Gabriel, O Sarrasin, J Oakhill, A Garnham
European journal of psychology of education 24, 235-246, 2009
Inclusive normative climates strengthen the relationship between identification with Europe and tolerant immigration attitudes: Evidence from 22 countries
EP Visintin, EGT Green, O Sarrasin
Journal of Cross-cultural psychology 49 (6), 908-923, 2018
Advanced multilevel modeling for a science of groups: A short primer on multilevel structural equation modeling.
O Christ, M Hewstone, K Schmid, EGT Green, O Sarrasin, M Gollwitzer, ...
Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice 21 (3), 121, 2017
Competition-and identity-based roots of anti-immigration prejudice among individuals with and without an immigrant background
C Bolzman, O Sarrasin, EGT Green, E Politi, EP Visintin
International Review of Social Psychology, 2018
Gender traits and cognitive appraisal in young adults: The mediating role of locus of control
O Sarrasin, E Mayor, K Faniko
Sex Roles 70, 122-133, 2014
Unveiling naturalization
N Fasel, EGT Green, O Sarrasin
Zeitschrift für Psychologie, 2015
From ethnic group boundary demarcation to deprovincialization: The interplay of immigrant presence and ideological climate
EGT Green, EP Visintin, O Sarrasin
International Journal of Comparative Sociology 59 (5-6), 383-402, 2018
Au-pairs are rarely male: Role names’ gender stereotype information across three languages.
U Gabriel, P Gygax, O Sarrasin, A Garnham, J Oakhill
Immigration, social psychological aspects
EGT Green, O Sarrasin, N Fasel
The international encyclopedia of the social and behavioral sciences 11 (2 …, 2015
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