Psychology of Intergroup Relations
 Social Cognition
 Organizational Change
 Mindful Pedagogy


            Stewart, T. L., Willard, J., Steiner, H. H., & Tikkanen, M. (2023, Accepted pending minor
                       revisions). A “mindful” approach to inclusive education. Scholarship of Teaching and
                       Learning in Psychology.

            Stewart, T.L., Latu, I.M., Martin, T., Walsh, S. P., Schmidt, A., & Kawakami, K. (2022). 
                       Implicit bias reduction that lasts: Putting Situational Attribution Training to the test.
                       Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 52, 1062-1069.

            Combs, B. H., Stewart, T. L., & Sonnett, J. (2017).  “People like us:” Dominance-oriented 
                        racial affiliation preferences and the white Greek system on a southern U.S. campus. 
                       Sociological Spectrum, 37,

             Latu, I. M., Schmid Mast, M., & Stewart, T. L. (2015).  Gender biases in (inter)action: 
                       The role of interviewers’ and applicants’ implicit and explicit stereotypes in predicting 
                       job interview outcomes. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 39, 539-552.  

            Stewart, T. L., & Branscombe, N. R. (2015). The costs of privilege and dividends of privilege
                      awareness: Social psychological perspectives on confronting inequality.  In B. Bergo & T.
                      Nicholls (Eds.), “I don’t see color:” Personal and critical perspectives on white privilege
                      (pp. 135-145). State College, PA: Penn State University Press.

            Stewart, T. L., Amoss, R. T., Weiner, B. A., Elliott, L. A., Parrott, D. J., Peacock, C., & Vanman, E. J.
                     (2013). The psychophysiology of social action:  Facial electromyographic responses to
                     stigmatized groups predict anti-discrimination actions. Basic and Applied Social
                     Psychology, 35, 418-425.

            Stewart, T. L., Latu, I. M., Branscombe, N. R., Phillips, N. R., & Denney, H. T.  (2012).  White
                     privilege awareness and efficacy to reduce racial inequality improve White Americans’
                     attitudes toward African Americans.  Journal of Social Issues, 68, 11-27.

            Latu, I. M., Stewart, T. L., Myers, A. C., Lisco, C., Estes, S. B., & Donohue, D.  (2011). What we          
                     “say” and what we “think” about female managers: Explicit versus implicit associations
                      of women with success.  Psychology of Women Quarterly, 35, 252-266.

            Stewart, T. L., Latu, I. M., Branscombe, N. R., & Denney, H. T.  (2010). Yes we can! Prejudice
                     reduction through seeing (inequality) and believing (in social change). Psychological
                     Science, 21, 1557-1562. 

            Stewart, T. L., Latu, I. M., Kawakami, K., & Myers, A. C. (2010).  Consider the situation: Reducing
                      automatic stereotyping through situational attribution training.  Journal of
Social Psychology, 46, 221-225.

            Stewart, T. L., Myers, A. C., & Culley, M. R. (2010).  Enhanced learning and retention through
                      “writing to learn” in the psychology classroom.  Teaching of Psychology, 37, 46-49.

             Parfene, C., Stewart, T. L., & King, T. Z. (2009).  Epilepsy stigma and stigma by association in
                        the workplace.  Epilepsy and Behavior, 15, 461-466.

            Smith, V. J., Stewart, T. L., Myers, A. C., & Latu, I. M.  (2008). Implicit coping responses to racism
                      predict African Americans’ level of psychological distress.  Basic and Applied Social
                      Psychology, 30, 264-277.