Brian S. Lowery

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Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
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Social Psychology
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Taylor Phillips L, Lowery BS. (2015) The hard-knock life? Whites claim hardships in response to racial inequity Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 61: 12-18
Knowles ED, Lowery BS, Chow RM, et al. (2014) Deny, Distance, or Dismantle? How White Americans Manage a Privileged Identity. Perspectives On Psychological Science : a Journal of the Association For Psychological Science. 9: 594-609
Knowles ED, Lowery BS, Shulman EP, et al. (2013) Race, ideology, and the tea party: a longitudinal study. Plos One. 8: e67110
Chow RM, Lowery BS, Hogan CM. (2013) Appeasement: Whites' Strategic Support for Affirmative Action Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. 39: 332-345
Lowery BS, Chow RM, Knowles ED, et al. (2012) Paying for positive group esteem: how inequity frames affect whites' responses to redistributive policies. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 102: 323-36
Knowles ED, Lowery BS. (2012) Meritocracy, Self-Concerns, and Whites' Denial of Racial Inequity Self and Identity. 11: 202-222
Lowery BS, Wout DA. (2010) When inequality matters: the effect of inequality frames on academic engagement. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 98: 956-66
Unzueta MM, Lowery BS. (2010) The impact of race-based performance differences on perceptions of test legitimacy Journal of Applied Social Psychology. 40: 1948-1968
Chow RM, Lowery BS, Knowles ED. (2010) Chapter 7: To be fair or to be dominant: The effect of inequality frames on dominant group members' responses to inequity Research On Managing Groups and Teams. 13: 183-204
Chow RM, Lowery BS. (2010) Thanks, but no thanks: The role of personal responsibility in the experience of gratitude Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 46: 487-493
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