Cynthia Esqueda
Cynthia Esqueda
Associate Professor, Department of Psychology and Institute of Ethnic Studies at University of Nebraska-Lincoln
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The challenge of cultural competence in the workplace: perspectives of healthcare providers
SM Shepherd, C Willis-Esqueda, D Newton, D Sivasubramaniam, ...
BMC Health Services Research 19, 1-11, 2019
The influence of gender role stereotypes, the woman's race, and level of provocation and resistance on domestic violence culpability attributions
CW Esqueda, LA Harrison
Sex roles 53, 821-834, 2005
The effects of ethnicity, SES, and crime status on juror decision making: A cross-cultural examination of Euopean American and Mexican American mock jurors
CW Esqueda, RKE Espinoza, SE Culhane
Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences 30 (2), 181-199, 2008
Myths and stereotypes of actors involved in domestic violence: Implications for domestic violence culpability attributions
LA Harrison, CW Esqueda
Aggression and Violent Behavior 4 (2), 129-138, 1999
Racial and cultural minority experiences and perceptions of health care provision in a mid-western region
SM Shepherd, C Willis-Esqueda, Y Paradies, D Sivasubramaniam, ...
International journal for equity in health 17, 1-10, 2018
Defendant and defense attorney characteristics and their effects on juror decision making and prejudice against Mexican Americans.
RKE Espinoza, C Willis-Esqueda
Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology 14 (4), 364, 2008
Effects of race and victim drinking on domestic violence attributions
LA Harrison, CW Esqueda
Sex Roles 42, 1043-1057, 2000
European American Students' Perceptions of Crimes Committed by Five Racial Groups1
CW Esqueda
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 27 (16), 1406-1420, 1997
American Indian and European American women’s perceptions of domestic violence
M Tehee, CW Esqueda
Journal of Family Violence 23, 25-35, 2008
Patriotism and the impact on perceived threat and immigration attitudes
C Willis-Esqueda, RH Delgado, K Pedroza
The Journal of Social Psychology 157 (1), 114-125, 2017
The impact of ethnicity, immigration status, and socioeconomic status on juror decision making
RKE Espinoza, C Willis-Esqueda, S Toscano, J Coons
Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice 13 (3), 197-216, 2015
Indigenous perspectives on violence risk assessment: A thematic analysis
SM Shepherd, C Willis-Esqueda
Punishment & Society 20 (5), 599-627, 2018
Sounding guilty: How accent bias affects juror judgments of culpability
JA Cantone, LN Martinez, C Willis-Esqueda, T Miller
Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice 17 (3), 228-253, 2019
A question of honor: Chief Wahoo and American Indian stereotype activation among a university based sample
S Freng, C Willis-Esqueda
The Journal of Social Psychology 151 (5), 577-591, 2011
Social perceptions of individuals missing upper front teeth
MS Willis, CW Esqueda, RN Schacht
Perceptual and motor skills 106 (2), 423-435, 2008
Race stereotypes and perceptions about Black males involved in interpersonal violence
LA Harrison, CW Esqueda
Journal of African American Men, 81-92, 2001
The influence of mitigation evidence, ethnicity, and SES on death penalty decisions by European American and Latino venire persons.
RKE Espinoza, C Willis-Esqueda
Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology 21 (2), 288, 2015
The influence of alcohol use and crime stereotypicality on culpability assignment for Native Americans and European Americans
CW Esqueda, K Swanson
American Indian Culture and Research Journal 21 (2), 1997
Stress, trauma, racial/ethnic group membership, and HPA function: Utility of hair cortisol.
J Palmer-Bacon, C Willis-Esqueda, WD Spaulding
American Journal of Orthopsychiatry 90 (2), 193, 2020
Attitudes toward violence and gender as predictors of interpersonal violence interventions
C Willis-Esqueda, RH Delgado
Journal of interpersonal violence 35 (3-4), 809-827, 2020
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