Shaun Wiley
Shaun Wiley
Professor of Psychology, The College of New Jersey
Verified email at tcnj.edu
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Through the looking glass: Ethnic and generational patterns of immigrant identity
S Wiley, K Perkins, K Deaux
International Journal of Intercultural Relations 32 (5), 385-398, 2008
732008
Born in the USA: How immigrant generation shapes meritocracy and its relation to ethnic identity and collective action.
S Wiley, K Deaux, C Hagelskamp
Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology 18 (2), 171, 2012
612012
Positive portrayals of feminist men increase men’s solidarity with feminists and collective action intentions
S Wiley, R Srinivasan, E Finke, J Firnhaber, A Shilinsky
Psychology of Women Quarterly 37 (1), 61-71, 2013
592013
The Bicultural Identity Performance of Immigrants
S Wiley, K Deaux
Identity and Participation in Culturally Diverse Societies, 49-68, 2010
572010
Rejection-identification among Latino immigrants in the United States
S Wiley
International Journal of Intercultural Relations 37 (3), 375-384, 2013
422013
Rejection-(dis) identification and ethnic political engagement among first-generation Latino immigrants to the United States.
S Wiley, D Lawrence, J Figueroa, R Percontino
Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology 19 (3), 310, 2013
352013
Moving people and shifting representations: Making immigrant identities
K Deaux, S Wiley
Social Representations and Identity: Content, Process and Power. Basingstoke …, 2007
31*2007
When does dual identity predict protest? The moderating roles of anti‐immigrant policies and opinion‐based group identity
S Wiley, J Figueroa, T Lauricella
European Journal of Social Psychology 44 (3), 209-215, 2014
212014
Through which looking glass? Distinct sources of public regard and self-esteem among first-and second-generation immigrants of color.
K Perkins, S Wiley, K Deaux
Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology 20 (2), 213, 2014
202014
Building solidarity across difference: Social identity, intersectionality, and collective action for social change.
S Wiley, N Bikmen
Social categories in everyday experience, 189-204, 2012
192012
To be both (and more): Immigration and identity multiplicity
M Verkuyten, S Wiley, K Deaux, F Fleischmann
Journal of Social Issues, 2019
162019
A stake in the fight: When do heterosexual employees resist organizational policies that deny marriage equality to LGB peers?
JJ Dahling, S Wiley, ZA Fishman, A Loihle
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 132, 1-15, 2016
122016
Examining Americans’ attitudes toward drone strikes on the eve of the 2012 presidential election
JT Crawford, S Wiley, N Ventresco
Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy 14 (1), 46-60, 2014
92014
Comrades in the struggle? Feminist women prefer male allies who offer autonomy-not dependency-oriented help
S Wiley, C Dunne
Sex Roles 80 (11-12), 656-666, 2019
72019
Social categories in everyday experience
S Wiley, G Philogène, TA Revenson
American Psychological Association, 2012
72012
Proving yourself in both worlds”: A study of bicultural identification with Mexican and Dominican immigrants
S Wiley
Unpublished master’s thesis, Graduate Center of the City University of New York, 2005
52005
The Behavioral Economics of Alcohol Demand in French and American University Students
MP Martinetti, RL Caughron, HL Berman, J André, MBC Sokolowski, ...
Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research 43 (3), 531-544, 2019
42019
Why immigrants’ multiple identities matter: Implications for research, policy, and practice
S Wiley, F Fleischmann, K Deaux, M Verkuyten
Journal of Social Issues, 2019
42019
Being Penn State: The Role of Joe Paterno's Prototypicality in the Sandusky Sex-Abuse Scandal
S Wiley, JJ Dahling
Industrial and Organizational Psychology 6 (2), 152-155, 2013
42013
One of us? How leaders can use subtle identity performances to build trust among ingroups and outgroups
BR Jones, S Wiley, AC LoPilato, JJ Dahling
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations, 1368430218779701, 2018
32018
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