Wendy J. Quinton, Ph.D.

2003 University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA, United States 
Social Psychology
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Brenda Major grad student 2003 UC Santa Barbara
 (Attributions to discrimination and the psychological consequences of exposure to prejudice among members of high status vs. low status groups.)
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Quinton WJ. (2020) So close and yet so far? Predictors of international students’ socialization with host nationals International Journal of Intercultural Relations. 74: 7-16
Seery MD, Quinton WJ. (2016) Understanding resilience: from negative life events to everyday stressors Advances in Experimental Social Psychology. 54: 181-245
Seery MD, Quinton WJ. (2015) Targeting Prejudice: Personal Self-Esteem as a Resource for Asians’ Attributions to Racial Discrimination Social Psychological and Personality Science. 6: 677-684
Major B, McCoy S, Kaiser C, et al. (2003) Prejudice and self-esteem: A transactional model European Review of Social Psychology. 14: 77-104
Major B, Quinton WJ, Schmader T. (2003) Attributions to discrimination and self-esteem: Impact of group identification and situational ambiguity Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 39: 220-231
Major B, Quinton WJ, McCoy SK. (2002) Antecedents and consequences of attributions to discrimination: Theoretical and empirical advances Advances in Experimental Social Psychology. 34: 251-330
Quinton WJ, Major B, Richards C. (2001) Adolescents and adjustment to abortion: are minors at greater risk? Psychology, Public Policy, and Law : An Official Law Review of the University of Arizona College of Law and the University of Miami School of Law. 7: 491-514
Cowan G, Quinton WJ. (1997) Cognitive style and attitudinal correlates of the perceived causes of rape scale Psychology of Women Quarterly. 21: 227-245
Quinton WJ, Cowan G, Watson BD. (1996) Personality and Attitudinal Predictors of Support of Proposition 187—California's Anti‐Illegal Immigrant Initiative1 Journal of Applied Social Psychology. 26: 2204-2223
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