Sarah S M Townsend
Sarah S M Townsend
Associate Professor of Management and Organization, University of Southern California
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Choice as an act of meaning: the case of social class.
NM Stephens, HR Markus, SSM Townsend
Journal of personality and social psychology 93 (5), 814, 2007
A cultural mismatch: Independent cultural norms produce greater increases in cortisol and more negative emotions among first-generation college students
NM Stephens, SSM Townsend, HR Markus, LT Phillips
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 48 (6), 1389-1393, 2012
Discrimination and the stress response: Psychological and physiological consequences of anticipating prejudice in interethnic interactions
PJ Sawyer, B Major, BJ Casad, SSM Townsend, WB Mendes
American journal of public health 102 (5), 1020-1026, 2012
My choice, your categories: The denial of multiracial identities
SSM Townsend, HR Markus, HB Bergsieker
Journal of Social Issues 65 (1), 185-204, 2009
Going for the gold: Models of agency in Japanese and American contexts
HR Markus, Y Uchida, H Omoregie, SSM Townsend, S Kitayama
Psychological Science 17 (2), 103-112, 2006
Being mixed: Who claims a biracial identity?
SSM Townsend, SA Fryberg, CL Wilkins, HR Markus
Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology 18 (1), 91, 2012
From “in the air” to “under the skin”: Cortisol responses to social identity threat
SSM Townsend, B Major, CE Gangi, WB Mendes
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 37 (2), 151-164, 2011
The psychology of invisibility.
SA Fryberg, SSM Townsend
American Psychological Association, 2008
A difference-education intervention equips first-generation college students to thrive in the face of stressful college situations
NM Stephens, SSM Townsend, MYG Hamedani, M Destin, V Manzo
Psychological Science 26 (10), 1556-1566, 2015
Emotions as within or between people? Cultural variation in lay theories of emotion expression and inference
Y Uchida, SSM Townsend, H Rose Markus, HB Bergsieker
Personality and social psychology bulletin 35 (11), 1427-1439, 2009
Access is not enough: Cultural mismatch persists to limit first-generation students’ opportunities for achievement throughout college.
LT Phillips, NM Stephens, SSM Townsend, S Goudeau
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 119 (5), 1112, 2020
Can the absence of prejudice be more threatening than its presence? It depends on one's worldview.
SSM Townsend, B Major, PJ Sawyer, WB Mendes
Journal of personality and social psychology 99 (6), 933, 2010
A rose by any other name?: The consequences of subtyping “African-Americans” from “Blacks”
EV Hall, KW Phillips, SSM Townsend
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 56, 183-190, 2015
Social-class disparities in higher education and professional workplaces: The role of cultural mismatch
NM Stephens, SSM Townsend, AG Dittmann
Current Directions in Psychological Science 28 (1), 67-73, 2019
Are you feeling what I’m feeling? Emotional similarity buffers stress
SSM Townsend, HS Kim, B Mesquita
Social Psychological and Personality Science 5, 526-533, 2014
Suspicion of motives predicts minorities' responses to positive feedback in interracial interactions
B Major, JW Kunstman, BD Malta, PJ Sawyer, SSM Townsend, ...
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 62, 75-88, 2016
Rank is not enough: Why we need a sociocultural perspective to understand social class
NM Stephens, SSM Townsend
Psychological Inquiry 24 (2), 126-130, 2013
System-justifying beliefs moderate the relationship between perceived discrimination and resting blood pressure
D Eliezer, SSM Townsend, PJ Sawyer, B Major, WB Mendes
Social Cognition 29 (3), 303-321, 2011
Achievement is not class-neutral: Working together benefits people from working-class contexts.
AG Dittmann, NM Stephens, SSM Townsend
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 119 (3), 517, 2020
The norms that drive behavior: Implications for cultural mismatch theory
NM Stephens, SSM Townsend
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 46 (10), 1304-1306, 2015
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