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Editors: Richard T. Serpe, Kent State University, and Jan E. Stets, University of California-Riverside
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Social Psychology Quarterly publishes theoretical and empirical papers on the link between the individual and society, including the study of the relations of individuals to one another, as well as to groups, collectivities and institutions. It also includes the study of intra-individual processes insofar as they substantially influence, or are influenced by, social structure and process. This journal is genuinely interdisciplinary and publishes work by both sociologists and psychologists.
Samuel Stouffer and Relative Deprivation Thomas F. Pettigrew (March 2015).
Control in the Face of Uncertainty: Is Job Insecurity a Challenge to the Mental Health Benefits of Control Beliefs? Paul Glavin and Scott Schieman (December 2014).
The Detrimental Effects of Sanctions on Intragroup Trust: Comparing Punishments and Rewards Kyle Irwin, Laetitia Mulder, and Brent Simpson (September 2014).
‘‘Good Girls’’: Gender, Social Class, and Slut Discourse on Campus Elizabeth A. Armstrong, Laura T. Hamilton, Elizabeth M. Armstrong, and J. Lotus Seeley (June 2014).
The Threat of War and Psychological Distress Among Civilians Working in Iraq and Afghanistan Alex Bierman and Ryan Kelty (March 2014).
Counting on Coworkers: Race, Social Support, and Emotional Experiences on the Job Melissa M. Sloan, Ranae J. Evenson Newhouse, and Ashley B. Thompson (December 2013).
The Normative Order of Reporting Police Misconduct: Examining the Roles of Offense Seriousness, Legitimacy, and Fairness by Michael A. Long, Jennifer Eileen Cross, Tara O’Connor Shelley, and Sanja Kutnjak Ivkovic (September 2013).
High School Religious Context and Reports of Same-Sex Attraction and Sexual Identity in Young Adulthood by Lindsey Wilkinson and Jennifer Pearson (June 2013).
A Refinement of Collaborative Circles Theory: Resource Mobilization and Innovation in an Emerging Sport by Ugo Corte (March 2013).