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Coping with Discrimination: An Emotion Regulation Approach

Research Questions

How do marginalized individuals regulate their emotions in response to group-based discrimination?

What emotion regulation strategies are effective in helping marginalized individuals content with group-based discrimination?

How do emotion regulation strategies influence collective action?

Levy, D.J., & Richeson, J.A. (2017). The Effects of Managing Discrimination Experiences on Self-control, Health, & Well-Being. In de Ridder, D., Adriaanse, M., & Fujita, K. (Eds.), Handbook of Self-Control in Health and Wellbeing.

Heissel, J.A., Levy, D.J., & Adam, E.K. (2017). Stress, sleep, and performance on standardized tests:  Understudied pathways to the achievement gap. AERA Open.

Levy, D.J., Heissel, J.A., Richeson, J.A., & Adam, E.K. (2016). Psychological and biological responses to race-based social stress as pathways to disparities in educational outcomes. American Psychologist, 71(6), 455-473.

Adam, E.K., Heissel, J.A., Zeiders, K.H., Richeson J.A., Brodish, A., Ross, E.C., Ehrlich, K.B., Levy, D.J., Kemeny, M.E., Malanchuk, O., Peck, S., Fuller-Rowell, T., & Eccles, J. (2015).  Developmental histories of perceived racial discrimination and diurnal cortisol profiles in adulthood:  A 20-year prospective study. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 62, 279-291.