American Sociological Association

Social Psychology Quarterly

Mission Statement

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.

Editors: Matthew E. Brashears and Brent Simpson, both of the University of South Carolina
ISSN: 0190-2725
Quarterly: March, June, September, December

Selected Journal Articles

Aggression, Conflict, and the Formation of Intimidating Group Reputation Aron Szekely, Giulia Andrighetto, Nicolas Payette, and Luca Tummolini, March 2020
The Formation of Group Ties in Open Interaction Groups Shane Thye, Edward J. Lawler, and Jeongkoo Yoon, June 2019
Villains, Victims, and Heroes in Character Theory and Affect Control Theory Kelly Bergstrand and James M. Jasper, September 2018
Testing a Social Schematic Model of Police Procedural Justice Justin T. Pickett, Justin Nix, and Sean Patrick Roche, June 2018
How Contact Experiences Shape Welcoming: Perspectives from U.S.-Born and Immigrant Groups Linda R. Tropp, Dina G. Okamoto, Helen B. Marrow, Michael Jones-Correa, March 2018
Heinous Crime or Unfortunate Incident: Does Gender Matter? Jun Zhao and Christabel L. Rogalin, December 2017

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