Shaun Wiley
Shaun Wiley
Associate Professor of Psychology, The College of New Jersey
Verified email at tcnj.edu
TitleCited byYear
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
642008
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
552012
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
512013
The Bicultural Identity Performance of Immigrants
S Wiley, K Deaux
Identity and Participation in Culturally Diverse Societies, 49-68, 2010
442010
Rejection-identification among Latino immigrants in the United States
S Wiley
International Journal of Intercultural Relations 37 (3), 375-384, 2013
342013
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
322013
Moving people and shifting representations: Making immigrant identities
K Deaux, S Wiley
Social Representations and Identity: Content, Process and Power. Basingstoke …, 2007
25*2007
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
182012
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
172014
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
132014
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
112016
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
72014
Social categories in everyday experience
S Wiley, G Philogène, TA Revenson
American Psychological Association, 2012
72012
To be both (and more): Immigration and identity multiplicity
M Verkuyten, S Wiley, K Deaux, F Fleischmann
Journal of Social Issues, 2019
62019
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
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
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
22019
Why immigrants’ multiple identities matter: Implications for research, policy, and practice
S Wiley, F Fleischmann, K Deaux, M Verkuyten
Journal of Social Issues, 2019
22019
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
12018
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
2019
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