Samuel R. Sommers
Samuel R. Sommers
Professor of Psychology, Tufts University
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Whites see racism as a zero-sum game that they are now losing
MI Norton, SR Sommers
Perspectives on Psychological science 6 (3), 215-218, 2011
6252011
On racial diversity and group decision making: identifying multiple effects of racial composition on jury deliberations.
SR Sommers
Journal of personality and social psychology 90 (4), 597, 2006
6102006
Seeing race and seeming racist? Evaluating strategic colorblindness in social interaction.
EP Apfelbaum, SR Sommers, MI Norton
Journal of personality and social psychology 95 (4), 918, 2008
5242008
White juror bias: An investigation of prejudice against Black defendants in the American courtroom.
SR Sommers, PC Ellsworth
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 7 (1), 201, 2001
4322001
Race in the courtroom: Perceptions of guilt and dispositional attributions
SR Sommers, PC Ellsworth
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 26 (11), 1367-1379, 2000
4022000
Hopes dashed and dreams fulfilled: Contingencies of self-worth and graduate school admissions
J Crocker, SR Sommers, RK Luhtanen
Personality and social psychology bulletin 28 (9), 1275-1286, 2002
3532002
Color blindness and interracial interaction: Playing the political correctness game
MI Norton, SR Sommers, EP Apfelbaum, N Pura, D Ariely
Psychological Science 17 (11), 949-953, 2006
3002006
Racial color blindness: Emergence, practice, and implications
EP Apfelbaum, MI Norton, SR Sommers
Current directions in psychological science 21 (3), 205-209, 2012
2612012
In blind pursuit of racial equality?
EP Apfelbaum, K Pauker, SR Sommers, N Ambady
Psychological science 21 (11), 1587-1592, 2010
2162010
Not so black and white: memory for ambiguous group members.
K Pauker, M Weisbuch, N Ambady, SR Sommers, RB Adams Jr, Z Ivcevic
Journal of personality and social psychology 96 (4), 795, 2009
2002009
Inadmissible testimony, instructions to disregard, and the jury: Substantive versus procedural considerations
SM Kassin, SR Sommers
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 23 (10), 1046-1054, 1997
1891997
Race and media coverage of Hurricane Katrina: Analysis, implications, and future research questions
SR Sommers, EP Apfelbaum, KN Dukes, N Toosi, EJ Wang
Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy 6 (1), 39-55, 2006
1842006
Learning (not) to talk about race: When older children underperform in social categorization.
EP Apfelbaum, K Pauker, N Ambady, SR Sommers, MI Norton
Developmental psychology 44 (5), 1513, 2008
1832008
How much do we really know about race and juries-a review of social science theory and research
SR Sommers, PC Ellsworth
Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 78, 997, 2003
1792003
Lay theories about White racists: What constitutes racism (and what doesn't)
SR Sommers, MI Norton
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 9 (1), 117-138, 2006
1652006
Toward a social psychology of race and race relations for the twenty-first century
JA Richeson, SR Sommers
Annual review of psychology 67, 439-463, 2016
1612016
Race-based judgments, race-neutral justifications: Experimental examination of peremptory use and the Batson challenge procedure
SR Sommers, MI Norton
Law and Human Behavior 31 (3), 261-273, 2007
1422007
Dyadic interracial interactions: a meta-analysis.
NR Toosi, LG Babbitt, N Ambady, SR Sommers
Psychological bulletin 138 (1), 1, 2012
1372012
Monoracial and biracial children: Effects of racial identity saliency on social learning and social preferences
SE Gaither, EE Chen, KH Corriveau, PL Harris, N Ambady, SR Sommers
Child Development 85 (6), 2299-2316, 2014
1142014
Race and the decision making of juries
SR Sommers
Legal and Criminological Psychology 12 (2), 171-187, 2007
1022007
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