Ramaswami Mahalingam

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI 
Social Psychology, Ethnic and Racial Studies, Social Structure and Development
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Balan S, Mahalingam R. (2015) “Good Asian Moms”: Engendering the Model Minority Myth among Indian Immigrant Working Women Gendered Journeys: Women, Migration and Feminist Psychology. 104-122
Vaz M, Mahalingam R. (2015) Implicit Theories of Common Health Conditions Held by Indian Social Workers and Students Psychological Studies. 60: 447-454
Balan S, Mahalingam R. (2014) Are we losing the war on missing girls? The Lancet. Global Health. 2: e22
Mahalingam R, Rabelo VC. (2013) Theoretical, methodological, and ethical challenges to the study of immigrants: perils and possibilities. New Directions For Child and Adolescent Development. 2013: 25-41
Molina KM, Alegría M, Mahalingam R. (2013) A multiple-group path analysis of the role of everyday discrimination on self-rated physical health among Latina/os in the USA. Annals of Behavioral Medicine : a Publication of the Society of Behavioral Medicine. 45: 33-44
Pal J, Ammari T, Mahalingam R, et al. (2013) Marginality, aspiration and accessibility in ICTD Acm International Conference Proceeding Series. 1: 68-78
Sanders MR, Mahalingam R. (2012) Under the Radar: The Role of Invisible Discourse in Understanding Class-Based Privilege Journal of Social Issues. 68: 112-127
Sanders MR, Mahalingam R. (2012) Social Dominance Orientation and John Henryism at the Intersection of Race and Class Political Psychology. 33: 553-573
Mahalingam R. (2012) MISIDENTIFICATION, MISEMBODIMENT AND THE PARADOX OF BEING A MODEL MINORITY Sikh Formations: Religion, Culture, Theory. 8: 299-304
Kanukollu SN, Mahalingam R. (2011) The idealized cultural identities model on help-seeking and child sexual abuse: a conceptual model for contextualizing perceptions and experiences of South Asian Americans. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse. 20: 218-43
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