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Editors: Karen A. Hegtvedt & Cathryn Johnson, Emory University
Social Psychology Quarterly publishes theoretical and empirical papers on the link between the individual and society, including the study of the relations of individuals to one another, as well as to groups, collectivities and institutions. It also includes the study of intra-individual processes insofar as they substantially influence, or are influenced by, social structure and process. This journal is genuinely interdisciplinary and publishes work by both sociologists and psychologists.
A Refinement of Collaborative Circles Theory: Resource Mobilization and Innovation in an Emerging Sport by Ugo Corte (March 2013).
Too Much of a Good Thing? Psychosocial Resources, Gendered Racism, and Suicidal Ideation among Low Socioeconomic Status African American Women by Brea L. Perry, Erin L. Pullen, and Carrie B. Oser (December 2012).
Stigma Allure and White Antiracist Identity Management by Matthew W. Hughey (September 2012).
Becoming Black Women: Intimate Stories and Intersectional Identities by Amy C. Wilkins (June 2012).
The Impact of Education on Intergroup Attitudes: A Multiracial Analysis by Geoffrey T. Wodtke (March 2012).
Managing Emotional Manhood: Fighting and Fostering Fear in Mixed Martial Arts by Christian A. Vaccaro, Douglas P. Schrock, and Janice M. McCabe (December 2011).
Spoiled Group Identities and Backstage Work: A Theory of Stigma Management Rehearsals by John O’Brien (September 2011).
Stigma, Reflected Appraisals, and Recovery Outcomes in Mental Illness by Fred E. Markowitz, Beth Angell, and Jan S. Greenberg (June 2011).
The Stigma of Obesity: Does Perceived Weight Discrimination Affect Identity and Physical Health? by Markus H. Schafer and Kenneth F. Ferraro (March 2011).