Liu, Heidi H.

GW Law Faculty Publications

September 15, 2022


The Law and Psychology of Gender Stereotyping, in The Cambridge Handbook of Experimental Jurisprudence (Kevin Tobia ed., Cambridge Univ. Press, 2023) (forthcoming).

Provisional Assumptions, 95 S. Cal. L. Rev. 543 (2022).

Masked Evaluations: The Role of Homophily, 50 J. Leg. Stud. 303 (2021).

Shooting the Messenger, 148 J. Experimental Psych.: Gen. 644 (2019) (with Leslie K. John & Hayley Blunden).

Psychosocial and Healthcare Experiences Among Women With Pre-Pregnancy Mental Health Concerns, 33 Archives of Psychiatric Nursing 196 (2019) (with Jenny Phan, Miwa Yasui & Cindy H. Liu).

The Behavioral Economics of Multilevel Marketing, 14 Hastings Bus. L.J. 109 (2018).

When Whispers Enter the Cloud: Evaluating Technology to Prevent and Report Sexual Assault, 31 Harv. J.L. & Tech. 939 (2018).

Do Androids Dream of Bad News?, 15 Canadian J.L. & Tech. 109 (2017).

Applying Strict Scrutiny: An Empirical Analysis of Free Exercise Cases, 78 Mont. L. Rev. 275 (2017) (with Caleb C. Wolanek).

Behavioral Economics of Education: Progress and Possibilities, in 5 Handbook of the Economics of Education 1 (Eric A. Hanushek, Stephen Machin & Ludger Woessmann eds., Elsevier, 2016) (with Adam M. Lavecchia & Phil Oreopoulos).

Concerns and Structural Barriers Associated with WIC Participation Among WIC-Eligible Women, 33 Pub. Health Nursing 395 (2016) (with Cindy H. Liu).


Research Confirms: When Receiving Bad News, We Shoot the Messenger, Harv. Bus. Rev. (Apr. 16, 2019) (with Leslie K. John & Hayley Blunden),

Early to Bed, Early to Rise? Corporate Wellness Policies May Not Be Wise, OnLabor (June 20, 2016),

The Gender Gap in a Post-Automation World, OnLabor (May 13, 2016),

More Data, More Problems? Why the Proposed EEO-1 Data Collection is a New Gain, OnLabor (Apr. 12, 2016),

Fuzzy Math: Silicon Valley’s Diversity Statistics, OnLabor (Mar. 22, 2016),