Dr. Monica Schneider

Associate Professor
Monica Schneider


PHONE:
 513-529-0257
OFFICE: 124 Harrison Hall
EMAIL: mschneider@miamioh.edu

Degrees and Institutions

  • Ph.D. American Politics and Methodology, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
  • M.A. Political Science, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
  • B.A. Psychology (honors), Northwestern University

Selected Publications

  • Bos, Angela L., Monica C. Schneider, and Brittany Utz**. Forthcoming, 2017. “Navigating the Political Labyrinth: Gender Stereotypes and Prejudice in US Elections.” In APA Handbook of the Psychology of Women, Cheryl Travis and Jackie White, Editors.

  • Bos,Angela L. and Monica C. Schneider, Eds. 2017. The Political Psychology of Women in U.S. Politics. Abingdon: Routledge Press.

  • Schneider, Monica C., Mirya R. Holman, Amanda B. Diekman, and Thomas McAndrew*. 2016. “Power, Conflict, and Community: How Gendered Views of Political Power Influence Women’s Political Ambition.” Political Psychology37(4): 515-531.

  • Holman, Mirya R. Monica C. Schneider and Kristen Pondel*. 2015. “The Effects of Gender Targeting in Political Communication.” Political Research Quarterly 68(4): 816-829.

  • Schneider, Monica C., and Angela L. Bos. 2014. “Measuring Stereotypes of Female Politicians.” Political Psychology 35 (2): 245-266.

  • Brown, Elizabeth R., Amanda B. Diekman, and Monica C. Schneider. 2011. “A Change Will Do Us Good: Threats Diminish Typical Preferences for Male Leaders.” Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 37 (7): 930-941.

  • Schneider, Monica C., and Angela L. Bos. 2011. “An Exploration of the Content of Stereotypes of Black Politicians.” Political Psychology 32 (2): 205-232.

  • Federico, Christopher F., and Monica C. Schneider. 2007. “Political expertise and the use of ideology: Moderating effects of evaluative motivation.” Public Opinion Quarterly, 71(2), 221-252.

Work in Progress

  • “A high bar: Female role models’ ability to change women’s political ambition” with Mirya R. Holman

  • “Family Friendly Academic Conferences: A Missing Link to Fix the Leaky Pipeline?” with Angela L. Bos, and Jennie Sweet-Cushman

  • The Change We Believe In: The Role of Economic Conditions in Evaluations of Black Political Candidates” with Jarrod Kelly, Elizabeth R. Brown, and Amanda B. Diekman

  • Electoral Context and Role Congruity: Explaining Prejudice Towards Female Politicians” with Madeline DiFilippo and Angela L. Bos

Grants, Awards, and Professional Activities

  • Top 5 downloaded articles from 2016- Journal of Women, Politics, and policy for the paper "The Interplay of Party and Gender Stereotypes in Evaluating Political Candidates"

  • Political Research Quarterly Best Article Award-best article of all of those published in 2015 for the paper, "The Effects of Gender Targeting in Political Communication,"

  • March 2016:Women and Politics Research Section of the American Political Science Association Award for the Best Paper on Women and Politics presented at the 2013 meeting for the paper, “Power, Conflict, and Community: How Gendered Views of Political Power Influence Women’s Political Ambition,”

  • Marian Irish Award for the Best Paper on Women and Politics presented at the 2013 Annual Meeting of the Southern Political Science Association for the paper, “Gender Targeting in Political Advertisements,” January, 2014

  • Distinguished Junior Scholars Award (PI), American Political Science Association’s Political Psychology Section, $500 for travel to the annual meeting, August, 2013 (given to two junior scholars)

  • National Science Foundation Supported TESS (Time Sharing Experiments for the Social Sciences) Project (Co-PI), 2013, “The Effects of Gender Targeting in Political Communication,” with Mirya Holman and Kristen Pondel (Funding means that TESS collects our experimental data using a nationally representative sample, the cost of which is $20,000; acceptance rates are approximately 8%)

  • Artinian Travel Award, Southern Political Science Association (PI), $250 for travel to the annual meeting, December 2012

  • National Science Foundation (NSF) (Co-PI), 2010-2011, funds to run conference entitled “New Research on Gender in Political Psychology” at Rutgers University (the goal of the conference was to bring junior and senior scholars together to produce publication-quality research), with Angela L. Bos, $48,294 (http://genderandpolipsych.com)

Updated: 6/06/17