Thomas Craemer
Thomas Craemer
Associate Professor in Public Policy, University of Connecticut
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Estimating slavery reparations: Present value comparisons of historical multigenerational reparations policies
T Craemer
Social Science Quarterly 96 (2), 639-655, 2015
Nonconscious feelings of closeness toward African Americans and support for pro‐Black policies
T Craemer
Political Psychology 29 (3), 407-436, 2008
Wealth implications of slavery and racial discrimination for African American descendants of the enslaved
T Craemer, T Smith, B Harrison, T Logan, W Bellamy, W Darity Jr
The Review of Black Political Economy 47 (3), 218-254, 2020
Evaluating racial disparities in Hurricane Katrina relief using direct trailer counts in New Orleans and FEMA records
T Craemer
Public Administration Review 70 (3), 367-377, 2010
Implicit Black identification and stereotype threat among African American students
T Craemer, DA Orey
Social science research 65, 163-180, 2017
Framing reparations
T Craemer
Policy Studies Journal 37 (2), 275-298, 2009
Psychological ‘self–other overlap’and support for slavery reparations
T Craemer
Social Science Research 38 (3), 668-680, 2009
International reparations for slavery and the slave trade
T Craemer
Journal of Black Studies 49 (7), 694-713, 2018
An evolutionary model of racial attitude formation: Socially shared and idiosyncratic racial attitudes
T Craemer
The Annals of the American academy of political and social science 614 (1 …, 2007
‘Race still matters, however ’: implicit identification with blacks, pro-black policy support and the Obama candidacy
T Craemer, TC Shaw, C Edwards, H Jefferson
Ethnic and Racial Studies 36 (6), 1047-1069, 2013
Possible implicit mechanisms of minority representation
T Craemer
Political Psychology 31 (6), 797-829, 2010
Implicit racial attitude measures in black samples: IAT, subliminal priming, and implicit black identification
BDA Orey, T Craemer, M Price
PS: Political Science & Politics 46 (3), 550-552, 2013
Comparative Analysis of Reparations for the Holocaust and for the Transatlantic Slave Trade
T Craemer
The Review of Black Political Economy 45 (4), 299-324, 2018
Invisible norms? Statistics of racial polarization and consensus
T Craemer
Social Science Research 40 (4), 1170-1185, 2011
Preventing inadvertent stereotyping in the racial gap literature
T Craemer
APSA 2011 Annual Meeting Paper, 2011
Anti-Haitian stereotypes in three Dominican daily newspapers: a content analysis
T Craemer, S Martínez
Latin American and Caribbean Ethnic Studies 16 (1), 85-107, 2021
There was a time reparations were actually paid out–just not to formerly enslaved people
T Craemer
The Conversation, 2021
Implicit closeness to Blacks, support for affirmative action, slavery reparations, and vote intentions for Barack Obama in the 2008 elections
T Craemer
Basic and applied social psychology 36 (5), 413-424, 2014
Ancestral ambivalence and racial self-classification change
T Craemer
The Social Science Journal 47 (2), 307-325, 2010
Modeling psychological stereotypes in self-organizing maps
T Crämer, J Göppert, W Rosenstiel
Artificial Neural Networks—ICANN 96: 1996 International Conference Bochum …, 1996
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