Phillip L. Hammack, Ph.D.

2006 University of Chicago, Chicago, IL 
Social Psychology, Developmental Psychology
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Bertram Cohler grad student 2006 Chicago
 (The narrative stalemate: Conflict, identity and the cultural psychology of Israeli and Palestinian adolescence.)
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Hammack PL, Toolis EE. (2016) Putting the social into personal identity: The master narrative as root metaphor for psychological and developmental science Human Development. 58: 350-364
Frost DM, Meyer IH, Hammack PL. (2015) Health and Well-Being in Emerging Adults' Same-Sex Relationships: Critical Questions and Directions for Research in Developmental Science. Emerging Adulthood (Print). 3: 3-13
Toolis EE, Hammack PL. (2015) "This is My Community": Reproducing and Resisting Boundaries of Exclusion in Contested Public Spaces. American Journal of Community Psychology. 56: 368-82
Hammack PL, Pilecki A. (2015) Power in History: Contrasting Theoretical Approaches to Intergroup Dialogue Journal of Social Issues. 71: 371-385
Hammack PL, Toolis E. (2014) Narrative and the social construction of adulthood. New Directions For Child and Adolescent Development. 2014: 43-56
Cloud Ramirez L, Hammack PL. (2014) Surviving colonization and the quest for healing: narrative and resilience among California Indian tribal leaders. Transcultural Psychiatry. 51: 112-33
Pilecki A, Hammack PL. (2014) Victims Versus Righteous Victims: The Rhetorical Construction of Social Categories in Historical Dialogue Among Israeli and Palestinian Youth Political Psychology. 35: 813-830
Pilecki A, Muro JM, Hammack PL, et al. (2014) Moral exclusion and the justification of u.s. Counterterrorism strategy: Bush, obama, and the terrorist enemy figure Peace and Conflict. 20: 285-299
Pilecki A, Hammack PL. (2014) Negotiating the past, imagining the future: Israeli and Palestinian narratives in intergroup dialog International Journal of Intercultural Relations. 43: 100-113
Hammack PL, Pilecki A, Merrilees C. (2014) Interrogating the process and meaning of intergroup contact: Contrasting theoretical approaches Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology. 24: 296-324
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