Social Psychology Research Laboratory Activity 2005-2018

Grants:

  • Burke, Peter J. 2006–11. Academic Senate Research Grants, University of California, Riverside.
  • Cantwell, Allison M. 2010. Dissertation Year Fellowship, University of California, Riverside. Grindal, Matthew. 2013. Ford Foundation Dissertation Fellowship, Honorable Mention.
  • Fares, Phoenicia. 2019. Fellowship in the Study of Role-taking. Australian National University
  • Firat, Rengin (co-PI) and Steven Hitlin (PI). 2013. U.S. Department of Defense Minerva Research Initiative Grant.
  • Grindal, Matthew. 2013. Dissertation Year Fellowship, University of California, Riverside.
  • Savage, Scott V. 2019. Research Progress Grant, “Framing Giving and the Threat of Rejection.” University of Houston ($2880)
  • Stets, Jan E. 2017–2018. Academic Senate Research Grant, University of California, Riverside
  • Stets, Jan E., Scott V. Savage, and Peter J. Burke. 2014–2016. National Science Foundation Grant.
  • Stets, Jan E., Scott V. Savage, and Peter J. Burke. 2014–2017. National Science Foundation Grant, Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU)
  • Stets, Jan E. 2013–2014. National Science Foundation Grant, Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Research, Ryan Trettevik, Co-PI.
  • Stets, Jan E. 2011–2012. Chancellor’s Strategic Investment Fund, University of California, Riverside.
  • Stets, Jan E. 2002–08; 2010–11. Academic Senate Research Grants, University of California, Riverside.
  • Stets, Jan E. 2007–08. National Science Foundation Grant, Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Research, Michael J. Carter, Co-PI.
  • Stets, Jan E. 2006–08. National Science Foundation Grant.
  • Stets, Jan E. 2006–08. National Science Foundation Grant, Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU).
  • Trettevik, Ryan. 2014. Dissertation Year Fellowship, University of California, Riverside.

Published Books:

  • Burke, Peter J., and Jan E. Stets. 2009. Identity Theory. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Burke, Peter J., ed. 2018. Contemporary Social Psychological Theories, 2nd Edition. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.
  • Burke, Peter J. (Eds.) 2006. Contemporary Social Psychological Theories. Stanford: Stanford University Press.
  • Burke, Peter J., Timothy J. Owens, Richard T. Serpe, and Peggy A. Thoits (Eds.) 2003. Advances in Identity Theory and Research. New York, NY: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers.
  • Heft, James L., and Jan E. Stets. Forthcoming. Empty Churches: Non-Affiliation in America. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Stets, Jan E., and Richard T. Serpe. 2019. Identities in Everyday Life. New York: Oxford University Press
  • Stets, Jan E., and Richard T. Serpe. (Eds.). 2016. New Directions in Identity Theory and Research. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Stets, Jan E., and Jonathan H. Turner. (Eds.) 2014. Handbook of the Sociology of Emotions, Volume II. New York: Springer.
  • Stets, Jan E., and Jonathan H. Turner. (Eds.) 2006. Handbook of the Sociology of Emotions. New York: Springer. (Hardback; Paperback in 2007)
  • McCaffree, Kevin. 2017. The Secular Landscape: The Decline of Religion in America. New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • McCaffree, Kevin. 2016. “Sociology as the Study of Morality.” Pp. 435–456 in Handbook of Contemporary Sociological Theory, edited by Seth Abrutyn. New York, NY: Springer
  • Turner, Jonathan H., and Jan E. Stets. 2005. The Sociology of Emotions. New York: Cambridge University Press. (Translated and Reprinted into Chinese, Croatian, Japanese, and Polish).

Published Articles and Chapters:

  • Abrutyn, Seth, and Kevin McCaffree. Forthcoming. “Evolutionary Sociology.” In Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology.
  • Asencio, Emily K., and Peter J. Burke. 2011. “Does Incarceration Change the Criminal Identity? A Synthesis of Labeling and Identity Theory Perspectives on Identity Change.” Sociological Perspectives54:163–82.
  • Burke, Peter J. 2019. “Identity Dispersion: Flexibility, Uncertainty, or Inconsistency?” in Identity and Symbolic Interaction: Deepening Foundations and Building Bridges, edited by B. Powell, R. T. Serpe and R. Stryker. New York: Springer.
  • Burke, Peter J., and Christine D. Cerven. 2018. “Identity Accumulation, Verification, and Well-Being.” Pp. 17–33 in Identities in Everyday Life, edited by J. E. Stets and R. T. Serpe. New York: Oxford.
  • Burke, Peter J. 2017. “Identity,” in The Cambridge Handbook of Social Theory, edited by Peter Kivisto, New York: Cambridge University Press.
  • Burke, Peter J. 2016. “Identity Control Theory.” in The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology, edited by G. Kane. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing Ltd.
  • Burke, Peter J. 2016. “The Emergence of Status Structures.” Pp. 167–94 in New Directions in Identity Theory and Research, edited by J. E. Stets and R. T. Serpe. New York: Oxford.
  • Burke, Peter J., and Sheldon Stryker. 2016. “Identity Theory: Progress in Relating the Two Strands.” Pp. 567–682 in New Directions in Identity Theory and Research, edited by J. E. Stets and R. T. Serpe. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Burke, Peter J., and Jan E. Stets. 2015. “Identity Verification and the Social Order.” Pp. 145–64 in Order on the Edge of Chaos: Social Psychology and the Problem of Social Order, edited by E. J. Lawler, S. R. Thye and J. Yoon. New York: Cambridge.
  • Burke, Peter J., and Allison M. Cantwell. 2010. “Identity Control Theory.” in Encyclopedia of Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, edited by J. Levine and M. Hogg. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
  • Burke, Peter J. 2010. “Identity Control Theory.” 2202–7 in The Concise Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology, edited by G. Ritzer. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing Ltd.
  • Burke, Peter J. 2008. “Identity, Emotion, and Social Structure.” Pp. 75–93 in Social Structure and Emotion, edited by Jody Clay-Warner and Dawn T. Robinson. San Diego, CA: Elsevier.
  • Burke, Peter J., and Allison M. Cantwell. 2008. “Identity Control Theory.” in Encyclopedia of Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, edited by J. Levine and M. Hogg. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
  • Burke, Peter J., Jan E. Stets, and Christine Cerven. 2007. “Gender, Legitimation, and Identity Verification in Groups.” Social Psychology Quarterly 70: 24–42.
  • Burke, Peter J. 2007. “Identity Control Theory.” Pp. 2202–2207 in The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology, edited by George Ritzer. Malden, MA: Blackwell.
  • Burke, Peter J. 2006. “Identity Change.” Social Psychology Quarterly69: 81–96.
  • Burke, Peter J. 2006. “Perceptions of Leadership in Groups: An Empirical Test of Identity Control Theory.” Pp. 267–91 in Purpose, Meaning, and Action: Control Systems Theories in Sociology, edited by Kent McClelland and Thomas J. Fararo. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Burke, Peter J., and Michael M. Harrod. 2005. “Too Much of a Good Thing?” Social Psychology Quarterly68: 359–374.
  • Burke, Peter J., and Jan E. Stets. 2020. “The Microsociology of Self and Identity.” In Theoretical Sociology: The Future of Disciplinary Foundation, edited by Seth Abrutyn and Kevin McCaffree.
  • Cantwell, Allison M. 2016. “Dispersion of Identity Meanings, Negative Emotion, and Identity Discrepancy.” in New Directions in Identity Theory and Research. edited by J.E. Stets and R.T. Serpe. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
  • Cantwell, Allison M., and Sarah E. Martiny. 2010. “Bridging Identities through Identity Change,” Social Psychology Quarterly 73:320–21.
  • Cast, Alicia D., and Allison M. Cantwell. 2007. “Identity Change in Newly Married Couples: Effects of Positive and Negative Feedback.” Social Psychology Quarterly 70:172–85.
  • Cast, Alicia D., and Jan E. Stets. 2016. “The Self.” Pp. 343–368 in Handbook of Contemporary Sociological Theory, edited by S. Abrutyn. New York: Springer.
  • Cronan, Sierra, Uchino, Bert N., Kent de Grey, Robert G., and Trettevik, Ryan. 2016. “Interpersonal Processes.” In Encyclopedia of Behavioral Medicine, edited by M. Gellman & J. Turner. New York: Springer.
  • Deaux, K., and P. Burke. 2010. “Bridging Identities.” Social Psychology Quarterly73:315–20.
  • Firat, Rengin B. 2019. “Opening the “Black Box”: Functions of the Frontal Lobes and Their Implications for Sociology.” Frontiers in Sociology (Evolutionary Sociology and Biosociology Section) 4:3.
  • Firat, Rengin B., Hye Won Kwon, and Steven Hitlin. 2018. “A Novel Measure of Moral Boundaries: Testing Perceived In-Group/Out-Group Value Differences in a Midwestern Sample.” Socius 4:(1–11).
  • Grindal, Matthew. 2017. “Ethnic-Racial Socialization, Social Bonds, and College Student Substance Use.” Deviant Behavior 38(10):1102–1119.
  • Grindal, Matthew, Amanda Admire, and Tanya Nieri. 2019 “A Theoretical Examination of Immigrant Status and Substance Use among Latino College Students.” Deviant Behavior 40: 1372–1390.
  • Grindal, Matthew, and Tanya Nieri. 2016. “The Relationship between Ethnic-Racial Socialization and Adolescent Substance Use: An Examination of Social Learning as a Causal Mechanism.” The Journal of Ethnicity in Substance Abuse15: 3–24.
  • Grindal, Matthew, and Tanya Nieri. 2015. “An Examination of Ethnic Identity and Academic Performance: Assessing the Multidimensional Role of Parental Ethnic-Racial Socialization among a Sample of Latino Adolescents.” Race and Social Problems7: 242–255.
  • Grindal, Matthew, and Ryan Trettevik. 2019. “Perceived Similarity, Identity Verification, and Positive Emotions.” Pp. 35–52 in Identities in Everyday Life, edited by Jan E. Stets and Richard T. Serpe. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Kushida, Melanie. 2019. “The Nature of the Ballet and Hip-Hop Dancer Identity.” in Identities in Everyday Life, edited by Jan. E. Stets and Richard T. Serpe. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Lauka, Alban, Jennifer McCoy, and Rengin Firat. 2018. “Mass Partisan Polarization: Measuring a Relational Concept.” Special Issue of American Behavioral Scientist on Polarization and Democracy: A Janus-Faced Relationship with Pernicious Consequences 62(1):107–12.
  • Kwan, Samantha, Scott V. Savage, and Mary Nell Trautner. Forthcoming. “Adorning the Female Body: Feminist Identification, Embodied Resistance, and Aesthetic Body Modification Practices.” Sociological Focus.
  • McCaffree, Kevin. Forthcoming. “Sociology Must Continue to Become More Interdisciplinary.” In Theoretical Sociology: The Future of a Disciplinary Foundation edited by S. Abrutyn and K. McCaffree. New York: Routledge.
  • McCaffree, Kevin. In Press. “Atheism, Social Networks and Health: A Review and Theoretical Model.” Secularism and Nonreligion.
  • McCaffree, Kevin. In Press. “Toward an Integrative Sociological Theory of Empathy.” European Journal of Social Theory
  • McCaffree, Kevin. 2017. “The Perception of Atheism as Deviant.” In Handbook of Deviance Studies, Edited by Stephen E. Brown, Ophir Sefiha. New York: Routledge
  • McCaffree, Kevin. Forthcoming.  “The Growth of Chinese Think Tanks and the Question of Crime.” East Asia
  • McCaffree, Kevin. Forthcoming. “Moral Realism in Historical Sociological Theory.” Journal of Historical Sociological Theory
  • McCaffree, Kevin, and Seth Abrutyn. In Press. “Big Gods and Cultural Evolution: The Non-obvious Merits of a Sociological Approach” Religion.
  • McCaffree, Kevin, and K. Ryan Proctor. 2018. “Cocooned from Crime: A Routine Activities Approach to the Study of the Relationship Between Video Games and Crime.” Society, 55(1), 41–52
  • McCaffree, Kevin, and Anondah Saide. 2017. “Do Secular and Religious Social Networks Meet the Same Individual and Societal Needs?” Religion, Brain and Behavior7 (4): 309–312
  • Melamed, David, and Scott V. Savage. 2013. “Predicting Social Influence with Faction Sizes and Relative Status.” Social Science Research42: 1346–1356.
  • Melamed, David and Scott V. Savage. 2013. “Status, Numbers, and Influence.”Social Forces 91: 1085–1104.
  • Melamed, David, and Scott V. Savage. 2016. “Status, Faction Sizes, and Social Influence: Testing the Theoretical Mechanism.” American Journal of Sociology122(1): 201–232.
  • Melamed, David, Scott V. Savage, and Christopher Munn. 2019. “Uncertainty and Social Influence.” Socius
  • Nieri, Tanya, Matthew Grindal, Michelle A. Adams, Jeffrey Cookston, William Fabricius, Ross Parke, and Delia Saenz. 2014. “Deconstructing the ‘acculturation gap’ in Mexican-American Families and its Effects on Youth Problem Behavior.” Forthcoming in Journal of Family Issues.
  • Parker Robert Nash, Kevin J. McCaffree, and Daniel Skiles. 2011. “The Impact of Retail Practices on Violence: The Case of Single Serve Alcohol Beverage Containers.” Drug and Alcohol Review30: 496–504.
  • Parker, Robert Nash, Kirk R. Williams, Kevin J McCaffree, Emily K. Asencio, Angela Browne, Kevin J. Strom, and Kelle Barrick. 2011. “Alcohol Availability and Youth Homicide in the 91 Largest U.S. Cities, 1984–2006.” Drug and Alcohol Review 30: 505–14.
  • Parker, Robert Nash, and Kevin J McCaffree. 2013. Alcohol and Violence: The Nature of the Relationship and the Promise of Prevention. New York: Lexington Press.
  • Quiñones-Camacho, Laura E., Emily W. Shih, Scott V. Savage, Covadonga Lamar Prieto, and Elizabeth L. Davis. 2019. “Regulating emotions in two languages: How do emotion regulation strategies relate to physiological reactivity in emotional contexts?” International Journal of Bilingualism 23(5):1106–1120.
  • Savage, Scott V. 2011. “Patients, Trust, and Patient Participation: Factors Influencing Whether Patients Want to be Active Health Care Participants.” Research in the Sociology of Health Care. 29: 149–177.
  • Savage, Scott V., Samantha Kwan, and Kelly Bergstrand. 2014. “Virtual Health: The Impact of Health-Related Websites on Doctor-Patient Interactions.” Research in the Sociology of Health Care.
  • Savage, Scott V., David Melamed and Aaron Vincent. 2013. “Uncertainty and Social Influence: Effects of Status and Numbers.” Advances in Group Processes30: 104–129.
  • Savage, Scott V., and Kelly Bergstrand. 2013. “Negotiating the Unknown: The Role of Uncertainty in Social Exchange Sociology Compass7: 315–327.”
  • Savage, Scott V., and Jan E. Stets. 2016. “Identity and Exchange: Person Identities and Power Use.” Pp. 107–135 in New Directions in Identity Theory and Research, edited by J. E. Stets and R. T. Serpe. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Savage, Scott V., Jan E. Stets, Peter J. Burke, and Phoenicia Fares. 2019. “The Fairness Identity and The Emergence of Inequality.” Social Science Research 81(1): 144–156.
  • Savage, Scott V. and David Melamed. 2016. “The Status and Factions Theory of Social Influence.” Sociology Compass10(12):1110–1118.
  • Savage, Scott V., Jan E. Stets, Peter J. Burke, and Zachary L. Sommer. 2017. “Identity and Exchange: The Fairness Identity and Power Use in an Exchange Network.” Sociological Perspectives 60(3):510–528.
  • Savage, Scott V., and Zachary L. Sommer. “Should I Stay or Should I Go? How the Form of Exchange Affects Whether Disadvantaged Actors Remain in Networks.” Social Psychology Quarterly 79(2):115–135.
  • Savage, Scott V. and Monica M. Whitham. 2018. “The Social Exchange Perspective.” In Contemporary Social Psychological Theories edited by Peter J. Burke. Stanford: Stanford University Press.
  • Seebruck, Ryan, and Scott V. Savage. [equal authorship]. Forthcoming. “To Promote or Hire? How Racial Processes and Organizational Characteristics Affect Internal Promotions in NCAA DI College Basketball Coaching.” Social Problems.
  • Serpe, Richard T., Fritz Yarrison, Jan E. Stets, and Sheldon Stryker. 2019. “Multiple Identities and Self-Esteem.” Pp. 53-71 in Identities in Everyday Life, edited by Jan E. Stets and Richard T. Serpe. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Stets, Jan E. Forthcoming. “Introduction.” In Empty Churches: Non-Affiliation in America, edited by J. L. Heft and Jan E. Stets. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Stets, Jan E. 2018. “Commentary: Jealousy as a Specific Emotion: The Dynamic Functional Model.” Emotion Review 10: 289-91.
  • Stets, Jan E. 2018. “A Social Psychological Perspective on ‘The Futures We Want.’” Pp. 252-259 in Frontiers of Global Sociology: Research Perspectives for the 21st Century, edited by Markus S. Schulz. Berlin: International Sociological Association Research.
  • Stets, Jan E. “Identity Theory.” Pp. 81-111 in Contemporary Social Psychological Theories, 2nd Edition, edited by Peter J. Burke. Stanford: Stanford University Press
  • Stets, Jan E. 2015. “Understanding the Moral Person: Identity, Behavior, and Emotion.” TOPOI: An International Review of Philosophy34: 441–452.
  • Stets, Jan E. 2015. “Commentary on ‘Methodological Innovations from the Sociology of Emotions – Theoretical Advances.’” Emotion Review7:79–80.
  • Stets, Jan E. 2015. “Rationalist vs. Intuitionists Views of Human Morality: A Sociological Perspective.” Pp. 347–368 in Dual-Process Theories in Moral Psychology: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Theoretical, Empirical and Practical Considerations, edited by C. Brand. Wiesbaden: Springer VS.
  • Stets, Jan E., and Peter J. Burke. 2014. “Social Comparison Processes in Identity Theory.” Pp. 39–59 in Communal Functions of Social Comparison, edited by Z. Krizan and F. X. Gibbons. New York: Cambridge University Press.
  • Stets, Jan E. 2012. “Current Emotion Research in Sociology: Advances in the Discipline.” Emotion Review4: 326–334.
  • Stets, Jan E. 2011. “Applying Identity Theory to Moral Acts of Commission and Omission.” Advances in Group Processes28: 97–124.
  • Stets, Jan E. 2010. “Future Directions in the Sociology of Emotions.” Emotion Review 2: 265–268.
  • Stets, Jan E. 2010. “The Social Psychology of the Moral Identity.” Pp. 385–409 in Handbook of the Sociology of Morality, edited by Steven Hitlin and Stephen Vaisey. New York: Springer.
  • Stets, Jan E. 2010. “Role Identity.” Encyclopedia of Identity, edited by Ronald L. Jackson. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
  • Stets, Jan E. 2006. “Identity Theory.” Pp. 88–110 in Contemporary Social Psychological Theories, edited by Peter J. Burke. Stanford: Stanford University Press.
  • Stets, Jan E. 2006. “Identity Theory and Emotions.” Pp. 203–223 In Handbook of the Sociology of Emotions, edited by Jan E. Stets and Jonathan H. Turner. New York: Springer.
  • Stets, Jan E. 2005. “Examining Emotions in Identity Theory.” Social Psychology Quarterly68: 39–56.
  • Stets, Jan E., and Emily K. Asencio. 2008. “Consistency and Enhancement Processes in Understanding Emotions.” Social Forces86: 1055–1078.
  • Stets, Jan E., and Peter J. Burke. 2014. “Emotions and Identity Non-Verification.” Social Psychology Quarterly77:387–410.
  • Stets, Jan E., and Peter J. Burke. 2014. “Self-Esteem and Identities.” Sociological Perspectives57:1–25.
  • Stets, Jan E., and Peter J Burke. 2014. “The Development of Identity Theory.” Advances in Group Processes31:57–97.
  • Stets, Jan E., and Peter J. Burke. 2014. “The Past, Present, and the Future of Identity Theory.” Advances in Group Processes31:57–97.
  • Stets, Jan E., and Peter J. Burke. 2014. “Social Comparison Processes in Identity Theory.” Pp. 39–59 in Communal Functions of Social Comparison, edited by Zlatan Krizan and Frederick X. Gibbons. New York: Cambridge University Press.
  • Stets, Jan E., and Peter J. Burke. 2005. “Identity-Verification, Control, and Aggression in Marriage.” Social Psychology Quarterly68: 160–178.
  • Jan E., and Peter J. Burke. 2005. “New Directions in Identity Control Theory.”  Advances in Group Processes22: 43–64.
  • Stets, Jan E., Peter J. Burke, Scott V. Savage. 2018. “Exchange, Identity Verification, and the Development of Social Bonds.” Social Psychology Quarterly 81(3):207–227.
  • Stets, Jan E., Philip S. Brenner, Peter J. Burke, and Richard T. Serpe. 2017. “The Science Identity and Entering a Science Occupation.” Social Science Research 64:1–14.
  • Stets, Jan E., and Michael J. Carter. 2012. “A Theory of the Self for the Sociology of Morality.” American Sociological Review 74: 120–140.
  • Stets, Jan E., and Michael J. Carter. 2011. “Understanding the Moral Self: Applying Identity Theory.” Social Psychology Quarterly, 74: 192–215.
  • Stets, Jan E. and Michael J. Carter. 2006. “The Moral Identity: A Principle Level Identity.” Pp. 293–316 in Purpose, Meaning, and Action: Control Systems Theories in Sociology, edited by Kent McClelland and Thomas J. Fararo. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Stets, Jan E., Michael J. Carter, Michael M. Harrod, Christine Cerven, and Seth Abrutyn. 2008. “The Moral Identity, Status, Moral Emotions, and the Normative Order.” Pp. 227–251 in Social Structure and Emotion, edited by Jody Clay-Warner and Dawn T. Robinson. San Diego, CA: Elsevier.
  • Stets, Jan E., and Alicia D. Cast. 2007. “Resources and Identity Verification from an Identity Theory Perspective.” Sociological Perspectives50: 517–543.
  • Stets, Jan E., and Phoenicia Fares. “The Effects of Race/Ethnicity and Racial/Ethnic Identification on General Trust.” Social Science Research 80: 1-14.
  • Stets, Jan E., and James L. Heft. “Epilogue.” In Empty Churches: Non-Affiliation in America, edited by J. L. Heft and Jan E. Stets. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Stets, Jan E., and Kevin McCaffree. 2019. “The Moral Identity and Immoral Behavior.”  Pp. 137-165 in Identities and Everyday Life, edited by J.E. Stets and R. Serpe. New York: Oxford Press.
  • Stets, Jan E., and Kevin McCaffree. 2014. “Morality, Altruism, and Social Solidarity through the Lens of Identity Theory.” Pp. 333–351 in The Palgrave Handbook of Altruism, Morality, and Social Solidarity: Formulating a Field of Study, edited by Vincent Jeffries. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Stets, Jan E., and Shelley N. Osborn. 2007. “Identity Theory and Domestic Violence.”  Pp. 375–381 in Encyclopedia of Domestic Violence, edited by Nicky Ali Jackson. New York: Routledge.
  • Stets, Jan E. and Shelley N. Osborn. 2008. “Injustice and the Role of Emotions.” Advances in Group Processes25: 151–179.
  • Stets, Jan E., Scott V. Savage, Peter J. Burke, and Phoenicia Fares. 2020. “Cognitive and Behavioral Responses to the Identity Verification Process.” In Identity and Symbolic Interaction: Deepening Foundations and Building Bridges, edited by Brian Powell, Richard T. Serpe, and Robin Stryker. New York: Springer.
  • Stets, Jan E., and Richard T. Serpe. 2019. “Overview.” Pp. 3-14 in Identities in Everyday Life, edited by J. E. Stets and Richard T. Serpe. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Stets, Jan E. and Richard T. Serpe. 2016. “New Directions in Identity Theory and Research: Looking Back and Moving Forward.” Pp. 3–27 in New Directions in Identity Theory and Research, edited by J. E. Stets and R. T. Serpe. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Stets, Jan E. and Richard T. Serpe. 2013. “Identity Theory.” Pp. 31–60 in Handbook of Social Psychologyedited by John DeLamater and Amanda Ward. New York: Springer.
  • Stets, Jan E. and Ryan Trettevik. 2016. “Happiness and Identities.” Social Science Research 58: 1-13.
  • Stets, Jan E. and Ryan Trettevik. 2014. “Emotions in Identity Theory.” Pp. 33–49 in Handbook of the Sociology of Emotions, Volume II, edited by Jan E. Stets and Jonathan H. Turner. New York: Springer.
  • Stets, Jan E. and Jonathan H. Turner. 2014. “Introduction.” Pp. 1–7 in Handbook of the Sociology of Emotions, Volume II, edited by Jan E. Stets and Jonathan H. Turner. New York: Springer.
  • Stets, Jan E. and Jonathan H. Turner. 2007. “The Sociology of Emotions” Pp. 32–46 in Handbook of Emotions3rd Edition, edited by Michael Lewis, Jeannette M. Haviland-Jones, and Lisa Feldman Barrett. New York: Guilford.
  • Stets, Jan E. and Yvonne Thai. 2009. “Roles.” Encyclopedia of Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, edited by John Levine and Michael Hogg. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
  • Trautner, Mary Nell, Samantha Kwan, and Scott V. Savage. In Press. “Masculinity, Competence, and Health: The Influence of Weight and Race on Social Perceptions of Men.” Men and Masculinities.
  • Trettevik, Ryan. 2016. “Identities, Goals, and Emotions.” Social Psychology Quarterly 79
  • Trettevik, Ryan and Matthew Grindal. 2016. “The Influence of the Ideal and Ought Self Guides on the Affective Consequences of Identity Verification” in New Directions in Identity Theory and Research, edited by Jan E. Stets and Richard T. Serpe. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Turner, Jonathan H. and Jan E. Stets. 2006. “Sociological Theories of Human Emotions.” Annual Review of Sociology32:25–52.
  • Turner, Jonathan H. and Jan E. Stets. 2006. “Moral Emotions.” Pp. 544–566 in Handbook of the Sociology of Emotions, edited by Jan E. Stets and Jonathan H. Turner. New York: Springer.
  • Uchino, Bert N., Trettevik, Ryan, Kent de Grey, Robert, Cronan, Sierra, Hogan, Jasara, and Brian R. W. Baucom. In Press. “Social Support, Social Integration, and Inflammatory Cytokines: A Meta-Analysis.” Health Psychology
  • Uchino, Bert N., Cribbet, Mattthew, Kent de Grey, Robert G., Cronan, Sierra, Trettevik, Ryan, and Timothy W. Smith. 2017. “Dispositional Optimism and Sleep Quality: A Test of Mediating Pathways.” Journal of Behavioral Medicine 40(2): 360–365

Articles and Chapters in Progress:

  • Aldecoa, John. “Empathy, Morality, and Multiple Identities: How Moral Behavior is Mediated by Shared Identities”
  • Burke, Peter J., Jan E. Stets, Matthew Grindal, Ryan Trettevik, Zach Sommer, Paul Peterson and Kevin McCaffree. “Web-Based Surveys: The Effects of Item Presentation”.
  • Burke, Peter J. and Christine Cerven. “Emotional Outcomes from Identity Accumulation and Verification.”
  • Burke, Peter J. “Identity Flexibility and Uncertainty.” Cerven, Christine, Peter J. Burke, and Michael M. Harrod. “Ethnic Identity Measurement and Verification.”
  • Fares, Phoenicia, Jan Stets, Melanie Kushida, Quinn Bloom, and Juha Lee. “Parental Status, Identity, and Happiness”
  • Fares, Phoenicia. “Sex Roles and Stereotypes in Top Selling Video Games.”
  • Grindal, Matthew and Melanie Kushida. “Ethnic-Racial Socialization and Psychological Health: An Examination of Ethnic Identity and Identity Verification as Causal Mechanisms.”
  • Grindal, Matthew, Melanie Kushida, Tanya Nieri, and Jennifer Rodriguez-Trujillo. Resources and Identity Verification: A Consideration of Social Identities.
  • Grindal, Matthew, Tyra Peone, and Melanie Kushida. “Ethnic-Racial Socialization, Perceived Discrimination, and the Self-Concept.”
  • McCaffree, Kevin J. “Video Game Technology and the 1990s Crime Decline”
  • McCaffree, Kevin J. “Finding Variation among Religious Non-Affiliates”
  • McCaffree, Kevin J. “A General Theory of Morality for Sociology”
  • Savage, Scott V. and Monica M. Whitham. “Reducing Structural Inequality through Rejection.”
  • Savage, Scott V. “Framing Giving and the Threat of Rejection.”
  • Savage, Scott V. “Up, Up, and Away: Occupational Mobility of Division I Men’s College Basketball Assistant Coaches.”
  • Stephenie King and Matthew Grindal. “The Effect of Campus-Based Involvement on Problematic Substance Use: A Social Control Theory Analysis.”
  • Stets, Jan E., Philip Brenner, Peter J. Burke, and Richard T. Serpe. “The Identity Process, Resources, and Entering a Science Occupation.” (Under Review, Social Science Research)
  • Stets, Jan E., Peter J. Burke, and Scott V. Savage. 2014. “Exchange and Identity Processes in the Development of Social Bonds.” (R&R, American Sociological Review)
  • Trettevik, Ryan. “Identities, Goals, and Emotions.”
  • Trettevik, Ryan. “Identities, Emotions, and Behavior.”
  • Trettevik, Ryan, Uchino, Bert N., Kent de Grey, Robert G. and Sierra Cronan. “Effects of Control in Important Role Identities on Sleep Quality.”

Dissertations and Masters Theses:

  • Aldecoa, John. 2016. “Integration or Social Control? The Evolution of Religious Rituals” MA ThesisUniversity of California, Riverside
  • Asencio, Emily K. 2005. “Assessing Identity Change through the Impact of the Criminal Label.” PhD Dissertation, Department of Sociology, University of California, Riverside.
  • Cantwell, Allison M. 2011. “Dispersion of Identity Meanings: Exploration and Implications.” PhD Dissertation, Department of Sociology, University of California, Riverside.
  • Cantwell, Allison M. 2007. “Linking Values and Identity Theory: Undergraduate Value Orientations and Student Engagement Behaviors.” MA Thesis, Department of Sociology, University of California, Riverside.
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  • Carter, Michael J. 2005. “Group Membership and the Moral Identity.” MA Thesis, Department of Sociology, University of California, Riverside.
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  • Fletcher, Jesse. 2010. “A Revised Theory of Cognitive Consistency.” PhD Dissertation, Department of Sociology, University of California, Riverside.
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  • Kushida, Melanie. 2016. “The Environment and Identity Processes: The Dancer Identity as a Case Study.” MA Thesis, Department of Sociology, University of California, Riverside
  • McCaffree, Kevin J. 2013. “Faith, Christianity, Non-Affiliation in the United States.” PhD Dissertation, Department of Sociology, University of California, Riverside.
  • Niemeyer, Richard E. 2011. “From Ions to Intrinsic Connectivity Networks: The Neuroscience That Sociology Needs to Know.” PhD Dissertation, Department of Sociology, University of California, Riverside.
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  • Thai, Yvonne. 2007. “Empathy and Social Structure in Altruistic Processes.” MA Thesis, Department of Sociology, University of California, Riverside.
  • Thai, Yvonne 2011. “Examining Vicarious Guilt and Shame Through Corporate and Categoric Dimensions of Social Identities.” PhD Dissertation, Department of Sociology, University of California, Riverside.
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