Wynn, Alison T. and Aliya Rao. "Failures of Flexibility: How Perceived Control Motivates the Individualization of Work-Life Conflict." Forthcoming, ILR Review.
Wynn, Alison T. 2018. "Misery Has Company: The Shared Emotional Consequences of Everwork Among Women and Men." Sociological Forum 33(3): 712-734.
Wynn, Alison T. and Shelley J. Correll. 2018. "Puncturing the Pipeline: Do Technology Companies Alienate Women in Recruiting Sessions?" Social Studies of Science 48(1): 149-164.
Wynn, Alison T., Magali Fassiotto, Caroline Simard, Jennifer Raymond, and Hannah Valantine. 2018. "Pulled in Too Many Directions: The Causes and Consequences of Work-Work Conflict." Sociological Perspectives 61(5): 830-849.
Wynn, Alison T. and Shelley J. Correll. 2018. "Combating Gender Bias in Modern Workplaces." Handbook of the Sociology of Gender, edited by Barbara Risman, Carissa Froyum, and William Scarborough. New York: Springer Press.
Wynn, Alison T. and Shelley J. Correll. 2017. "Gendered Perceptions of Cultural and Skill Alignment in Technology Companies." Social Sciences 6(2): 45-73.
Wynn, Alison T. 2017. "Gender, Parenthood, and Perceived Chances of Promotion." Sociological Perspectives 60(4): 645-664. Selected as Editor's Pick.
Wynn, Alison T. "Pathways Toward Change: How Ideologies About Inequality Shape the Implementation of Gender Equality in a Silicon Valley Technology Company." Revise and Resubmit, Gender & Society.
Wynn, Alison T. "Change Without an Agent: What Happens When Change Agents Leave?" Under review.
Correll, Shelley, Katherine Weisshaar, Alison Wynn, and JoAnne Wehner. "Inside the Black Box of Organizational Life: The Gendered Language of Performance Assessment." Revise and Resubmit, American Sociological Review.
Wynn, Alison T. “Human Resources Professionals’ Approaches to Gender Equality Change in a Silicon Valley Technology Company.”
Wynn, Alison T. "The 'Optics' of Work Hours: Appearance Management and the Perversion of the Protestant Ethic."
Wynn, Alison T. and Emily Carian. "High-Hanging Fruit: How Gender Bias Remains Entrenched in Performance Evaluations."
Kilanski, Kristine and Alison Wynn. "Performance Reviews as Products of Managerial Negotiation."