Research

PRESENTATIONS

Uyeda, K., Bola, K., Gardiner, A., Hunsche, M., & Reichl, A.J. (2014). Perceptions of sexism in print advertisements.  Poster presented at the Connecting Minds 2014 Undergraduate Research Conference.

Reichl, J. A., Uyeda, K., Weiss, N., Ali, J.I., Rich, J. (2014). Male disparaging jokes do not affect women’s perceptions of men. Poster presented at the Association for Psychological Science 2014 Convention.

Reichl, J. A., Weiss, N., Ali, J.I., Uyeda, K. (2014). It’s just a joke: More evidence that male-disparaging sexist humour does not affect women’s perceptions of men. Poster presented at the 75th annual Canadian Psychology Association.

Ali, J. I., Reichl, J. A. (2012). Bikinis and bigotry: Do sexist advertisements encourage homophobia?. Poster presented at the Western Psychological Association 2012 Convention.

Reichl, A., Ali, J. I., Saffari, N., & Weiss, N. D. (2011). Watch your mouth young lady: The effects of latent silencing messages in print ads. Poster presented at the 2011 Canadian Psychological Association Annual Convention.

PUBLICATIONS

Reichl, A. J., & Ali, J. I. (2011). Is that ad sexist? When the public doesn’t see what the experts see. Manuscript under revision.