Emerging research: Intergroup attitudes and health (mortality, smoking, etc.)
In addition to my papers in Social Science & Medicine, Social Science & Medicine: Population Health, and PLOS One, there is now an emerging body of research that employs the same focus on intergroup attitudes, including prejudice, and their ties to various health outcomes. Researchers who have published papers in this area include widely respected scholars at Columbia University, Harvard University, University of Pennsylvania, and Berkeley.
Leitner, Hehman, Ayduk, and Mendoza-Denton. 2016. Racial bias is associated with ingroup death rate for Blacks and Whites: Insights from Project Implicit. Social Science & Medicine.
Leitner, Hehman, Ayduk, and Mendoza-Denton. 2016. "Blacks’ Death Rate Due to Circulatory Diseases Is Positively Related to Whites’ Explicit Racial Bias: A Nationwide Investigation Using Project Implicit." Psychological Science.
Lee, Muennig, Kawachi, and Hatzenbuehler. 2015. "Effects of Racial Prejudice on the Health of Communities: A Multilevel Survival Analysis." American Journal of Public Health.
Hatzenbuehler, Bellatorre, and Muennig. 2014. "Anti-Gay Prejudice and All-Cause Mortality Among Heterosexuals in the United States." American Journal of Public Health.
Social identity development in cybercafes
Intergroup racial attitudes in Los Angeles (Sanctuary cities || Future urban riots)
Book manuscript on perceived Asian group threat and university admissions criteria