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Publications

  • Devos, T. and Y. Yokoyama. 2014. Silent or talking in the classroom: Implicit self-stereotyping among Asian and White students. Basic and Applied Social Psychology 36: 386-396.

  • Hai, K., T. Devos and R. Dunn. 2014. Mixed aspirations: Distinctions and relationships between the implicit and explicit self-concepts of college women. Self and Identity 13: 535-555.

  • Huynh, Q., T. Devos and H. Altman. 2014. Boundaries of American identity: Relations between ethnic group prototypicality and policy attitudes. Political Psychology.

  • Devos, T. 2014. Stereotypes and intergroup attitudes. In APA handbook of multicultural psychology: Theory and research, edited by F.T. Leong, L. Comas-Diaz, G.N. Hall, V. McLoyd and J. Trimble. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

  • Adams, V.H., T. Devos, L.M. Rivera, H. Smith and L. Vega. 2014. Teaching about implicit prejudices and stereotypes: A pedagogical demonstration. Teaching of Psychology 41: 204-212.

  • Jones, K. and T. Devos. 2014. Gay men’s implicit attitudes towards sexual orientation: Disentangling the role of socio-cultural influences and social identification. Psychology & Sexuality 5: 322-338.

  • Huynh, Q., T. Devos and R. Goldberg. 2014. The role of ethnic and national identifications in perceived discrimination for Asian Americans: Toward a better understanding of the buffering effect of group identifications on psychological distress. Asian American Journal of Psychology 5: 161-171.

  • Devos, T. and T. Vu. 2014. Implicit multicultural identities. In Handbook of multicultural identity: Basic and applied perspectives, edited by V. Benet-Martínez and Y. Hong. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

  • Ma, D.S. and T. Devos. 2013. Every heart beats true, for the red, white, and blue: National identity predicts voter support. Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy.

  • Devos, T. and D.S. Ma. 2013. How “American” is Barack Obama? The role of national identity in a historic bid for the White House. Journal of Applied Social Psychology 43: 214-226.

  • Devos, T. and W. Doise. 2012. Identity and interdependence: For a social psychology of the European Union. In Social representations in the “social arena” , edited by A. de Rosa. London: Routledge.

  • Morselli, D., D. Spini and T. Devos. 2012. Human values and trust in institutions across countries: A multilevel test of Schwartz’s hypothesis of structural equivalence. Survey Research Methods 6: 49-60.

  • Devos, T., Q. Huynh and M.R. Banaji. 2012. Implicit self and identity. In Handbook of self and identity , edited by M.R. Leary and J.P. Tangney. New York: Guilford.

  • Huynh, Q., T. Devos and C.M. Dunbar. 2011. The psychological costs of painless but recurring experiences of racial discrimination. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology 18: 26-34.

  • Devos, T. 2011. The role of race in American politics: Lessons learned from the 2008 presidential election. In The Obamas and a (post) racial America?, edited by G.S. Park and M.W. Hughey. New York: Oxford University Press.

  • Huynh, Q., T. Devos and L. Smalarz. 2011. Perpetual foreigner in one’s own land: Potential implications for identity and psychological adjustment. Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology 30: 133-162.

  • Rydell, R.J., D.L. Hamilton and T. Devos. 2010. Now they are American, now they are not: Valence as a determinant of the inclusion of African Americans in the American identity. Social Cognition 28: 161-179.

  • Devos, T., Gavin, K. and Quintana, F. 2010. Say "Adios" to the American Dream: The interplay between ethnic and national identity among Latino and Caucasian Americans. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology 16: 37-49.

  • Devos, T. and Heng, L. 2009. Whites are granted the American identity more swiftly than Asians: Disentangling the role of automatic and controlled processes. Social Psychology 40: 192-201.

  • Devos, T. 2008. Implicit attitudes 101: Theoretical and empirical insights. In Attitudes and attitude change , edited by . Crano, W.D. and . Prislin, R., 61-84. New York: Psychology Press.

  • Devos, T. and Ma, D.S. 2008. Is Kate Winslet more American than Lucy Liu? The impact of construal processes on the implicit ascription of a national identity. British Journal of Social Psychology 47: 191-215.

  • Devos, T., Blanco, K., Muñoz, C., Dunn, R. and Ulloa, E. 2008. Implicit orientation toward family and school among bilingual Latino college students. The Journal of Social Psychology 148: 449-471.

  • Devos, T., Blanco, K., Rico, F. and Dunn, R. 2008. The role of parenthood and college education in the self-concept of college students: Explicit and implicit assessments of gendered aspirations. Sex Roles 59: 214-228.

  • Devos, T., Diaz, P., Viera, E. and Dunn, R. 2007. College education and motherhood as components of self-concept: Discrepancies between implicit and explicit assessments. Self and Identity 6: 256-277.

  • Devos, T., Viera, E., Diaz, P. and Dunn, R. 2007. Influence of motherhood on the implicit academic self-concept of female college students: Distinct effects of subtle exposure to cues and directed thinking. European Journal of Psychology of Education 22: 373-388.

  • Devos, T. and Cruz Torres, J.A. 2007. Implicit identification with academic achievement among Latino college students: The role of ethnic identity and significant others. Basic and Applied Social Psychology 29: 293-310.

  • Devos, T. 2006. Implicit bicultural identity among Mexican American and Asian American college students. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology 12: 381-402.

  • Devos, T. 2005. Identité sociale et émotions intergroupes. Cahiers Internationaux de Psychologie Sociale 67-68: 85-100.

  • Devos, T. and Banaji, M.R. 2005. American = White? Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 88: 447-466.

  • Devos, T. and M. Banaji. 2003. Implicit self and identity. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1001: 177-211.

  • Devos, T. and M. Banaji. 2003. Implicit self and identity. In Handbook of self and identity, edited by M. Leary and J.P. Tangney, 153-175. New York: Guilford.

  • Devos, T., D. Spini and S. Schwartz. 2002. Conflicts among human values and trust in institutions. British Journal of Social Psychology 41: 481-494.

  • Devos, T. 2002. Stéréotypes et préjugés implicites: La face cachée des relations intergroupes. Cahiers Internationaux de Psychologie Sociale 54: 34-46.

  • Devos, T., L. Silver, D. Mackie and E. Smith. 2002. Experiencing intergroup emotions. In From prejudice to intergroup emotions: Differentiated reactions to social groups, edited by D. Mackie and . Smith, E.R. , 113-134. Philadelphia, PA: Psychology Press.

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Grants

  • The Social Psychology of Intergroup Relations: A Teaching & Research Collaborative

  • Implicit Beliefs about Ethnicity and American Identity: Investigating their Effects on the Mental Health of Ethnic Minorities

  • Implicit Associations between American and Ethnic Identities

  • The Implicit Connections between National and Ethnic Identities

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