Sheri Levy

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Psychology Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY, United States 
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Bernardo ABI, Levy SR, Lytle AE. (2018) Culturally Relevant Meanings of the Protestant Work Ethic and Attitudes towards Poor Persons - CORRIGENDUM. The Spanish Journal of Psychology. 21: E55
Bernardo ABI, Levy SR, Lytle AE. (2018) Culturally Relevant Meanings of the Protestant Work Ethic and Attitudes towards Poor Persons. The Spanish Journal of Psychology. 21: E40
Lytle A, Dyar C, Levy SR, et al. (2016) Essentialist beliefs: Understanding contact with and attitudes towards lesbian and gay individuals. The British Journal of Social Psychology / the British Psychological Society
Rosenthal L, Levy SR. (2016) Endorsement of Polyculturalism Predicts Increased Positive Intergroup Contact and Friendship across the Beginning of College Journal of Social Issues. 72: 472-488
Macdonald JL, Levy SR. (2016) Ageism in the Workplace: The Role of Psychosocial Factors in Predicting Job Satisfaction, Commitment, and Engagement Journal of Social Issues. 72: 169-190
Levy SR, Macdonald JL. (2016) Progress on Understanding Ageism Journal of Social Issues. 72: 5-25
Shin JEL, Levy SR, London B. (2016) Effects of role model exposure on STEM and non-STEM student engagement Journal of Applied Social Psychology
Rosenthal L, Levy SR, London B, et al. (2016) Polyculturalism among Undergraduates at Diverse Universities: Associations through Intergroup Anxiety with Academic and Alcohol Outcomes Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy
Rosenthal L, Levy SR, Katser M, et al. (2015) Polyculturalism and attitudes toward Muslim Americans Peace and Conflict. 21: 535-545
Rosenthal L, Levy SR, Militano M. (2014) Polyculturalism and Sexist Attitudes: Believing Cultures are Dynamic Relates to Lower Sexism. Psychology of Women Quarterly. 38: 519-534
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