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2017 (& in press)

Craig, M.A., Rucker, J.M., & Richeson, J.A. (in press). The pitfalls and promise of increasing racial diversity: Threat, contact, and race relations in the 21st century. Current Directions in Psychological Science.

Levy, D.J., & Richeson, J.A. (in press). The effects of managing discrimination experiences on self-control, health, & well-being. In D. de Ridder, M. Adriaanse, & K. Fujita (Eds.), The Routledge International Handbook of Self-Control in Health and Wellbeing.

McCall, L., Burk, D., Laperrière, M., & Richeson, J.A. (2017). Exposure to rising inequality shapes Americans’ beliefs about opportunity and policy support. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.  PDF

Craig, M.A., & Richeson, J.A. (2017). Hispanic population growth engenders conservative shift among non-Hispanic racial minorities. Social Psychological and Personality Science. PDF

Cortland, C.I., Craig, M.A., Shapiro, J.R., Richeson, J.A., Neel, R., & Goldstein, N.J. (2017). Solidarity through shared disadvantage: Highlighting shared experiences of discrimination improves relations between stigmatized groups. Journal of Personality and Social PsychologyPDF

Destin, M., Rheinschmidt-Same, M., & Richeson, J.A. (2017). Status-based identity: A conceptual approach integrating the social psychological study of socioeconomic status and identity. Perspectives in Psychological Science, 12(2), 270-289PDF

Rudolph, M.D., Miranda-Domingueza, O., Cohen, A.O., Breinerc, K., Steinberg, L, Bonnie, R.J., Scott, E.S., Taylor-Thompson, K.A., Chein, Fettich, K.C., Richeson, J.A., Dellarco, D.V., Galván, A., Casey, B.J., & Fair, D.A. (2017). At risk of being risky: The relationship between “brain age” under emotional states and risk preference. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, 24, 93-106. PDF