Stephen Reysen, Ph.D.

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2009 Psychology University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, United States 
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Social Psychology
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Nyla R. Branscombe grad student 2009 University of Kansas
 (Identity theft: Moral antecedents, moral anger, and impression management.)
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Reysen S, Slobodnikova A, Katzarska-Miller I. (2016) Interaction of socio-structural characteristics to predict Roma's identification and desire to challenge low status position Journal of Applied Social Psychology
Lee RB, Baring R, Maria MS, et al. (2015) Attitude towards technology, social media usage and grade-point average as predictors of global citizenship identification in Filipino University Students. International Journal of Psychology : Journal International De Psychologie
Plante CN, Roberts SE, Snider JS, et al. (2015) 'More than skin-deep': Biological essentialism in response to a distinctiveness threat in a stigmatized fan community. The British Journal of Social Psychology / the British Psychological Society. 54: 359-70
Roberts SE, Plante C, Gerbasi K, et al. (2015) Clinical interaction with anthropomorphic phenomenon: Notes for health professionals about interacting with clients who possess this unusual identity Health and Social Work. 40: e42-e50
Roberts SE, Plante CN, Gerbasi KC, et al. (2015) The anthrozoomorphic identity: Furry fandom members’ connections to nonhuman animals Anthrozoos. 28: 533-548
Reysen S, Hackett J. (2015) Further Examination of the Factor Structure and Validity of the Identification with All Humanity Scale Current Psychology
Reysen S, Plante CN, Roberts SE, et al. (2015) Optimal Distinctiveness and Identification with the Furry Fandom Current Psychology
Reysen S, Katzarska-Miller I. (2015) Inclusive identities: From humans to global citizens New Developments in Social Identity Research. 1-21
Reysen S, Katzarska-Miller I. (2015) Inclusive identities: From humans to global citizens New Developments in Social Identity Research. 1-21
Reysen S, Pierce L, Mazambani G, et al. (2014) Construction and initial validation of a dictionary for global citizen linguistic markers International Journal of Cyber Behavior, Psychology and Learning. 4: 1-15
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