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SPQ Snaps

Under the editorship of Gary Alan Fine (2007-2010), Social Psychology Quarterly introduced shortened, lightened, and focused versions of some of the papers that SPQ publishes. This innovation, called SPQ Snaps, ensures that our papers may reach a larger audience. Thus, in addition to social psychologically oriented scholars, with Snaps, SPQ becomes, in Gary’s words, “a journal for readers: generalists, trainees, and undergraduates.”

Each SPQ Snap is about half the length of the published article yet emphasizes the major theoretical and substantive points and includes the most central tables and figures. We appreciate the extra effort of our authors to make their pieces available to students in ways that are clear and usable.

Turn to these articles, read them yourself, and then assign them to your undergraduates and graduate students in social psychology or related classes. In doing so, our serious and best scholarship will be read widely and our journals transcend their scholarly purpose to also become valuable teaching tools.

Karen A. Hegtvedt and Cathryn Johnson, Coeditors, 2011-13

 

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2014

The Threat of War and Psychological Distress among Civilians Working in Iraq and Afghanistan 

Alex Bierman and Ryan Kelty
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2013

Obesity, Labeling, and Psychological Distress in Black and White Girls: The Distal Effects of Stigma 
Sarah Mustillo, Kristen Budd, and Kimber Hendrix
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A Refinement of Collaborative Circles Theory: Resource Mobilization and Innovation in an Emerging Sport
Ugo Corte 
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High School Religious Context and Reports of Same-Sex Attraction and Sexual Identity in Young Adulthood
Lindsey Wilkinson and Jennifer Pearson
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2012

Secondary Transfer Effects of Intergroup Contact: A Cross-National Comparison in Europe
Katharina Schmid, Miles Hewstone, Beate Kupper, Andreas Zick, and Ulrich Wagner
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Becoming Black Women: Intimate Stories and Intersectional Identities
Amy Wilkins
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Stigma Allure and White Antiracist Identity Management
Matthew W. Hughey
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Identity Crises in Love and at Work: Dispositional Optimism as a Durable Personal Resource
Matthew A. Andersson
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2011

"Now my 'old self' is thin": Stigma Exits after Weight Loss
Ellen M. Granberg
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Job Burnout and Couple Burnout in Dual-Earner Couples in the Sandwiched Generation
Ayala Malach Pines, Leslie B. Hammer, Margaret B. Neal, and Tamar Icekson 
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Spoiled Group Identities and Backstage Work: A Theory of Stigma Management Rehearsals
John O'Brien
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Stigma, Reflected Appraisals, and Recovery Outcomes in Mental Illness
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2010

Why Liberals and Atheists are More Intelligent
Satoshi Kanazawa
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Marking the Turn: Obligation, Engagement, and Alienation in Group Discussions
David R. Gibson
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Equity, Emotion, and the Household Divison of Work
Kathryn J. Lively, Lala Carr Steelman, and Brian Powell
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Gender and Entrepreneurship as a Career Choice: Do Self-assessments of Ability Matter?
Sarah Thébaud
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2009

The Politics of the Gene: Social Status and Beliefs about Genetics for Individual Outcomes
Sara Shostak, Jeremy Freese, Bruce G. Link, Jo C. Phelan
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Collective Forgetting and the Symbolic Power of Oneness: The Strange Apotheosis of Rosa Parks
Barry Schwartz
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Growing up Faster, Feeling Older: Hardship in Childhood and Adolescence
Monica Kirkpatrick Johnson, Stefanie Mollborn
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Embodied Self-Reflexivity
Michal Pagis
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"Categorizing the Categorizer": The Management of Racial Common Sense in Interaction
Kevin A. Whitehead
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2008

How Adult Children Influence Older Parents' Mental Health: Integrating Stress-process and Life-course
Melissa A. Milkie, Alex Bierman, Scott Schieman 
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Diagnosing our National Disease: Trends in Income and Happiness, 1973 to 2004
Jason Schnittker 
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Sympathy and Social Order
Kyle Irwin, Tucker McGrimmon, Brent Simpson
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Passion Work: The Joint Production of Emotional Labor
Tyson Smith
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2007

Between Deference and Distinction:  Interaction Ritual through Symbolic Power in an Educational Institution
Tim Hallett
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Accentuate the Positive: Positive Sentiments and Status in Task Groups
Alison J. Bianchi, Donna A. Lancianese
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How do we Learn to Trust?: A Confirmatory Tetrad Analysis of the Sources of Generalized Trust
Jennifer L. Glanville, Pamela Paxton
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Deference or Respect? Status Management Practices Among Prison Inmates
Brian Colwell
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