Irena Stepanikova, Ph.D.
Ph.D., Sociology, Stanford University, 2006.
M.A., Sociology, Stanford Univerity, 2000.
M.A., Psychology & English, summa cum laude, Masaryk Univerity, Czech Republic,1996.
B.A., Psychology & English. summa cum laude, Campbellsville University,1994.
Stepanikova, Irena, Jennifer Triplett, and Brent Simpson. 2011. "Implicit Racial Bias and Prosocial Behavior." Social Science Research 40:1186-1195.
Stepanikova, Irena. 2011. "Physician Trust in Patients: An Important Methodological Contribution." Invited commentary. Annals of Family Medicine 9: March 30 (online).
Stepanikova, Irena. 2010. "Applying a Status Perspective to Racial/Ethnic Misclassification: Implications for Health." Pp. 159-184 in Advances in Group Processes, vol. 27, edited by Shane Thye and Edward Lawler. Bingley, UK: Emerald.
Stepanikova, Irena, Norman Nie and Xiaobin He. 2010. "Time on the Internet, Loneliness and Life Satisfaction: Evidence from Panel Time-Diary Data." Computers in Human Behavior 26:329-338.
Stepanikova, Irena, Karen Cook, Stefanie B. Mollborn, Roderick Kramer, and David Thom. 2009. "Trust in Managed Care Settings." Pp. 149-181 in Whom Can We Trust? edited by Karen Cook, Russell Hardin, and Margaret Levi. New York: Russell Sage.
Stepanikova, Irena and Karen Cook. 2009. How Do American Black, White, Hispanic, and Asian Health Care Users Perceive Their Medical Non-adherence? Research in Sociology of Health Care 27: 47-66 (winner of Outstanding Author Contribution Award, Emerald Literati Network 2010 Awards for Excellence).