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PUBLICATIONS

​(note: asterisk [*] denotes undergraduate mentee)

  1. Lee, R.T., Surenkok, G., & Zayas, V (2024). Mitigating the affective and cognitive consequences of social exclusion: An integrative data analysis of seven social disconnection interventions. BMC Public Health, 24, 1250. doi: 10.1186/s12889-024-18365-5 [PDF]
     

  2. Rosenfeld, D.L., Balcetis, E., Bastian, B., Berkman, E.T., Bosson, J.K., Brannon, T.N, Burrow, A., Cameron, C.D., Chen, S., Cook, J., Crandall, C., Davidai, S., Dhont, K., Eastwick, P., Gaither, S., Gangestad, S., Gilovich, T., Gray, K., . . . Lee, R.T., . . . Tomiyama, A.J. (2022). Psychological Science in the Wake of COVID-19: Social, Methodological, and Metascientific Considerations. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 17(2), 311–333. doi: 10.1177/1745691621999374
     

  3. Zayas, V., Lee, R.T., & Shoda, Y. (2021). Modeling the mind: Assessment of if…then… profiles as a window to shared psychological processes and individual differences. In D. Wood, S.J. Read, P.D. Harms, & A. Slaughter (Eds.) Measuring and Modeling Persons and Situations (pp. 145-191). Elsevier.
     

  4. Darling-Hammond, S., Lee, R.T., & Mendoza-Denton, R. (2021). Interracial contact at work: Does workplace diversity reduce bias?. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations, 24(7), 1114–1131. doi: 10.1177/1368430220932636  [PDF]
     

  5. Milton, S.,* Manfredi, N.,* Cress, D.,* Lee, R.T., & Zayas, V. (2021). More than an icon: Public figures mitigate emotional distress [Special section of top 20% reviewed extended abstracts from the 8th Annual Society for Affective Science Conference]. Affective Science. doi: 10.1007/s42761-021-00069-3
     

  6. Perez, A.D., Lee, R.T., & Mendoza-Denton, R. (2020). Belonging in schools. In C. Worrell, T.L. Hughes, & D.D. Dixson (Eds.) Cambridge Handbook of Applied School Psychology (pp. 157-169). Cambridge University Press.
     

  7. Zayas, V., Sridharan, V., Lee, R.T., & Shoda, Y. (2019). Addressing two blind spots of commonly used experimental designs: The highly-repeated within-person approach. Social and Personality Psychology Compass. doi: 10.1111/spc3.12487 [PDF]
     

  8. Lee, R.T., Perez, A.D., Boykin, C.M., & Mendoza-Denton, R. (2019). On the prevalence of racial discrimination in the United States. PLoS ONE, 14(1):e0210698.​​ doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0210698 [PDF]
     

  9. Campos, J.J., Camras, L.A., Lee, R.T., He, M., & Campos, R.G. (2018). A relational recasting of the principles of emotional competence. European Journal of Developmental Psychology, (15)6, 711-727. doi: 10.1080/17405629.2018.1502921 [PDF]

MANUSCRIPTS IN-PREP OR UNDER REVIEW

  1. Baum, S.M., Critcher, C.R., Lee, R.T., & Zayas, V. (under revision). Caught in the middle of social exclusion: A misguided and counterproductive reluctance to speak up.
     

  2. Lee, R.T., Zayas, V., Surenkok, G., Baum, S.M., & Critcher, C.R., (in prep.). Preferential treatment leads to exclusion of rejected others by included individuals.
     

  3. Lee, R.T., Rivera, V.,* Piker, I.,* Surenkok, G., & Zayas, V (in prep.). I thought we were BFFs?  The Involuntary Excluder Effect among friends.
     

  4. Jeffrey, C.M.,* Lee, R.T., & Zayas, V. (in prep.) Emojis used in text based communication among partners shape perceptions of relationship quality.
     

  5. Zayas, V., Lee, R.T., Gaby, J., Gunaydin, G., & Shoda, Y. (in prep.). Towards reverse engineering personality: From situation assessment to personality to behavioral prediction.

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