Diana T. Sanchez
Diana T. Sanchez
Associate Professor of Psychology, Rutgers University
Verified email at rci.rutgers.edu - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Perspectives and research on the positive and negative implications of having multiple racial identities.
M Shih, DT Sanchez
Psychological bulletin 131 (4), 569, 2005
3882005
Body concerns in and out of the bedroom: Implications for sexual pleasure and problems
DT Sanchez, AK Kiefer
Archives of Sexual Behavior 36 (6), 808-820, 2007
2692007
The social construction of race: Biracial identity and vulnerability to stereotypes.
M Shih, C Bonam, D Sanchez, C Peck
Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology 13 (2), 125, 2007
2182007
Doing gender in the bedroom: Investing in gender norms and the sexual experience
DT Sanchez, J Crocker, KR Boike
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 31 (10), 1445-1455, 2005
1862005
When race becomes even more complex: Toward understanding the landscape of multiracial identity and experiences
M Shih, DT Sanchez
Journal of Social Issues 65 (1), 1-11, 2009
1622009
How investment in gender ideals affects well-being: The role of external contingencies of self-worth
DT Sanchez, J Crocker
Psychology of Women Quarterly 29 (1), 63-77, 2005
1612005
Eroticizing inequality in the United States: The consequences and determinants of traditional gender role adherence in intimate relationships
DT Sanchez, JC Fetterolf, LA Rudman
Journal of Sex Research 49 (2-3), 168-183, 2012
1392012
Scripting sexual passivity: A gender role perspective
AK Kiefer, DT Sanchez
Personal Relationships 14 (2), 269-290, 2007
1332007
Sexual submissiveness in women: Costs for sexual autonomy and arousal
DT Sanchez, AK Kiefer, O Ybarra
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 32 (4), 512-524, 2006
1282006
To disclose or not to disclose biracial identity: The effect of biracial disclosure on perceiver evaluations and target responses
DT Sanchez, CM Bonam
Journal of Social Issues 65 (1), 129-149, 2009
1212009
Juggling multiple racial identities: malleable racial identification and psychological well-being.
DT Sanchez, M Shih, JA Garcia
Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology 15 (3), 243, 2009
1132009
When the relationship becomes her: Revisiting women's body concerns from a relationship contingency perspective
DT Sanchez, T Kwang
Psychology of Women Quarterly 31 (4), 401-414, 2007
852007
What motivates the sexual double standard? More support for male versus female control theory
LA Rudman, JC Fetterolf, DT Sanchez
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 39 (2), 250-263, 2013
792013
Doing gender for different reasons: Why gender conformity positively and negatively predicts self-esteem
JJ Good, DT Sanchez
Psychology of Women Quarterly 34 (2), 203-214, 2010
692010
When do we confront? Perceptions of costs and benefits predict confronting discrimination on behalf of the self and others
JJ Good, CA Moss-Racusin, DT Sanchez
Psychology of Women Quarterly 36 (2), 210-226, 2012
682012
How do forced‐choice dilemmas affect multiracial people? The role of identity autonomy and public regard in depressive symptoms
DT Sanchez
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 40 (7), 1657-1677, 2010
612010
Relationship contingency and sexual motivation in women: Implications for sexual satisfaction
DT Sanchez, CA Moss-Racusin, JE Phelan, J Crocker
Archives of Sexual Behavior 40 (1), 99-110, 2011
582011
The romance of self-objectification: Does priming romantic relationships induce states of self-objectification among women?
DT Sanchez, TL Broccoli
Sex Roles 59 (7-8), 545-554, 2008
572008
When finding a mate feels urgent: Why relationship contingency predicts men’s and women’s body shame
DT Sanchez, JJ Good, T Kwang, E Saltzman
Social Psychology 39 (2), 90-102, 2008
532008
How women’s nonconscious association of sex with submission relates to their subjective sexual arousability and ability to reach orgasm
AK Kiefer, DT Sanchez, CJ Kalinka, O Ybarra
Sex Roles 55 (1-2), 83-94, 2006
532006
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