Collective Memory, Historical Knowledge, and Perceptions of Social Inequality
  • Adams, G., Salter, P.S., Kurtis, T., Naemi, P. & Estrada-Villalta, S. (2018). Subordinated Knowledge as a Tool for Creative Maladjustment and Resistance to Racial Oppression. Journal of Social Issues, 74, 337-354. Available Here  Special Issue: “Tell It Like It Is: Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.’s Call to Behavioral Scientists. 

  • Bonam, C., Nair Das, V., Coleman, B.R., & Salter, P.S. (2018). Ignoring History, Denying Racism: Strengthening Evidence for the Marley Hypothesis and Epistemologies of Ignorance, Social Psychological and Personality Science. Advance Online Publication: Available Here 


  • Salter, P.S.Kelley, N.J., Molina, L.E,. & Thai, L.T. (2017). Out of Sight, Out of Mind: Racial Retrieval Cues Increase the Accessibility of Social Justice Concepts. Memory, 25, 1139-1147. Available Here


  • Salter, P.S. & Adams, G. (2016). On the Intentionality of Cultural Products: Representations of Black History as Psychological Affordances.  Frontiers in Psychology: Cultural Psychology, 7:1166. Available Here 


  • Mukherjee, S., Salter, P. S., & Molina, L. (2015). Museum spaces as psychological affordances: Representations of immigration history and national identity. Frontiers in Psychology: Educational Psychology, 6:692. Available Here 


  • Nelson, J.C., Adams, G., & Salter, P.S. (2013). The Marley hypothesis: Racism denial reflects ignorance of history. Psychological Science, 24, 213-218. Available Here  


Edited Book Volume 

  • Salter, P.S. & Mukherjee, S. (forthcoming/in preparation). History and Collective Memory: Its Role in Shaping National Identities. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science.  


Critical Race Psychology and Critical Perspectives on Oppression 
  • Perez, M.J. & Salter, P.S. (forthcoming). A Critical Race Reading of Collective Victimhood: The Precarious Case of Black Americans. To appear in J.Vollhardt, M. Noor, & S. Mari (Eds.), Social Psychological Perspectives on Collective Victimhood. Oxford University Press 

  • Salter, P.S. & Adams, G. (forthcoming/in production). Provisional Strategies for Decolonizing Consciousness. To appear in F. Blake, P. Ioanide, and A. Reed (Eds.), Antiracism Inc.: Why the Way We Talk About Racial Justice Matters. Santa Barbara, CA: Punctum Books


  • Adams, G. & Salter, P.S. (forthcoming/in production). They (Color) Blinded Me with Science: Counteracting Coloniality of Knowledge in Hegemonic Psychology. In K. Crenshaw, L. Harris, D. HoSang, and G. Lipsitz (Eds), Countering Colorblindness Across the Disciplines. Oakland, CA: University of California Press. 

  • Salter, P.S., Adams, G., & Perez, M.J. (2018). Racism in the structure of everyday worlds: A Cultural-Psychological Perspective. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 27, 150-155. Available Here 


  • Salter, P. S. Haugen, A. (2017). Critical Race Studies in Psychology. In B. Gough (Ed.), The Palgrave Handbook of Critical Social Psychology (pp. 123-145). London: Palgrave Macmillan UK. Available Here 


  • Salter, P.S.Hirsch, K. A., Schlegel, R.J., & Thai, L.T. (2016). Who Needs Individual Responsibility? Audience Race and Message Content Influence Third-Party Evaluations of Political Messages. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 7, 29-36. Available Here 


  • Salter, P.S. & Adams, G. (2013). Toward a Critical Race Psychology.  Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 7, 781-793. Available Here  


  • Adams, G., & Salter, P. S. (2011). A critical race psychology is not yet born. Connecticut Law Review, 43, 1355-1377. Special issue: “20th Anniversary of Critical Race Theory” 


Interpersonal and Intergroup Relations in Cultural Context 
  • Haugen, A.D.Rieck, S.M.Salter, P.S., Mukherjee, S., & Perez, M. J. (2018). Theorizing the relationship between identity and diversity engagement: Openness through identity mismatch. In M. Karasawa, M. Yuki, K. Ishii, Y. Uchida, K. Sato, & W. Friedlmeier (Eds.), Venture into Cross-Cultural Psychology: Proceedings from the 23rd Congress of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology. Available Here 


  • Haugen, A. D.Rieck, S. M.Salter, P. S., & Phillips, N. L. (2018). What Makes It Rape? A Lay Theories Approach to Defining Rape Among College Students. Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 40, 18-35. Available Here


  • Haugen, A.Salter, P.S., & Phillips, N.L. (2016). “I Know It When I See It”: Recent Victimization and Perceptions of Rape. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 1-22. Advance OnlineFirst: Available Here 


  • Reysen, S., Katzarska-Miller, I., Salter, P. S., & Hirko, C. (2014). Blurring Group Boundaries: The Impact of Subgroup Threats on Global Citizenship. Cultural Encounters, Conflicts, and Resolutions, 1, Iss. 2, Art. 5. Available at: Available Here 


  • Salter, P.S. & Adams, G. (2012). Mother or wife?  An African dilemma tale and the psychological dynamics of sociocultural change. Social Psychology, 43, 232–242. Available Here 


  • Adams, G., Kurtis, T., Salter, P.S., & Anderson, S.L. (2012). A cultural psychology of relationship: Decolonizing science and practice. In O. Gillath, G. Adams, & A.D. Kunkel (Eds.). Relationship science: Integrating across evolutionary, neuroscience, and sociocultural approaches (pp. 49-70). Washington D.C.: American Psychological Association.


  • Adams G., Salter, P. S., Pickett, K. M., Kurtis, T., & Phillips, N. L. (2010). Behavior as mind-in-context: A cultural psychology analysis of "paranoid" suspicion. In L. F. Barrett, B. Mesquita, & E. Smith (Eds.), The mind in context (pp. 277-306). New York: Guilford. 

  • Adams, G. & Salter, P. S. (2007). Health psychology in African settings: A cultural psychological analysis. Journal of Health Psychology, 12, 539-551. Available Here 

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