Dustin B Thoman

San Diego State University, San Diego, CA, United States 
social psychology, motivation, interest development, social identity, educational psychology
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Thoman DB, Yap MJ, Herrera FA, et al. (2021) Diversity Interventions in the Classroom: From Resistance to Action. Cbe Life Sciences Education. 20: ar52
Veldman J, Van Laar C, Thoman DB, et al. (2021) "Where will I belong more?": The role of belonging comparisons between STEM fields in high school girls' STEM interest. Social Psychology of Education : An International Journal. 1-25
Zambrano J, Lee GA, Leal CC, et al. (2020) Highlighting Prosocial Affordances of Science in Textbooks to Promote Science Interest. Cbe Life Sciences Education. 19: ar24
Thoman DB, Sansone C, Robinson JA, et al. (2019) Implicit theories of interest regulation. Current Opinion in Organ Transplantation
Allen J, Smith JL, Thoman DB, et al. (2018) Fluctuating Team Science: Perceiving Science as Collaborative Improves Science Motivation. Motivation Science. 4: 347-361
Thoman DB, Muragishi GA, Smith JL. (2017) Research Microcultures as Socialization Contexts for Underrepresented Science Students. Psychological Science. 956797617694865
Jackson MC, Galvez G, Landa I, et al. (2016) Science That Matters: The Importance of a Cultural Connection in Underrepresented Students' Science Pursuit. Cbe Life Sciences Education. 15
Thoman DB, Brown ER, Mason AZ, et al. (2015) The Role of Altruistic Values in Motivating Underrepresented Minority Students for Biomedicine. Bioscience. 65: 183-188
Allen JM, Muragishi GA, Smith JL, et al. (2015) To Grab and To Hold: Cultivating communal goals to overcome cultural and structural barriers in first generation college students' science interest. Translational Issues in Psychological Science. 1: 331-341
Brown ER, Thoman DB, Smith JL, et al. (2015) Closing the Communal Gap: The Importance of Communal Affordances in Science Career Motivation. Journal of Applied Social Psychology. 45: 662-673
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