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Racial microaggressions and daily well-being among Asian Americans.
- A. Ong, Anthony L. Burrow, Thomas E. Fuller-Rowell, N. M. Ja, D. W. Sue
- Psychology, Medicine
- Journal of counseling psychology
- 18 February 2013
Although epidemiological studies and community surveys of Asian Americans have found that lifetime occurrences of racial discrimination are associated with increased risk for psychological morbidity,… Expand
Racial discrimination and the stress process.
- A. Ong, Thomas E. Fuller-Rowell, Anthony L. Burrow
- Psychology, Medicine
- Journal of personality and social psychology
- 1 June 2009
The unique and combined effects of chronic and daily racial discrimination on psychological distress were examined in a sample of 174 African American doctoral students and graduates. Using a daily… Expand
Purpose as a form of identity capital for positive youth adjustment.
Having a sense of purpose has been discussed as a developmental asset for youth and as an outgrowth of establishing a sense of identity. Using the identity capital model as a theoretical framework, 3… Expand
Collegiate purpose orientations and well-being in early and middle adulthood
- P. Hill, Anthony L. Burrow, Jay W. Brandenberger, D. Lapsley, Jessica Collado Quaranto
- 1 March 2010
Two studies evaluated whether different purpose orientations, defined by the content of one's life-goals, would differentially predict personal well-being in the short- and long-term. Four types of… Expand
Classifying adolescents’ conceptions of purpose in life
Motivating youth to find a purpose in life promotes positive youth development. However, it is as yet uncertain whether adolescents think of purpose in ways similar to researchers. This study… Expand
How many likes did I get?: Purpose moderates links between positive social media feedback and self-esteem.
Abstract Sociometer theory asserts that self-esteem is calibrated to one's perceived relational value. Accordingly, positive feedback should boost self-esteem because it signals acceptance by others.… Expand
The unified model of vegetarian identity: A conceptual framework for understanding plant-based food choices
By departing from social norms regarding food behaviors, vegetarians acquire membership in a distinct social group and can develop a salient vegetarian identity. However, vegetarian identities are… Expand
Flying the Unfriendly Skies?: The Role of Forgiveness and Race in the Experience of Racial Microaggressions
ABSTRACT Because even subtle forms of racial discrimination can damage well-being, identifying individual differences that shape this stress process is important. Dispositional forgiveness has been… Expand
Sense of Purpose Moderates the Associations Between Daily Stressors and Daily Well-being.
- P. Hill, N. Sin, Nicholas A. Turiano, Anthony L. Burrow, D. Almeida
- Annals of behavioral medicine : a publication of…
- 13 July 2018
Background Having a sense of purpose in life has been consistently demonstrated as a predictor of positive health outcomes, including less perceived stress, yet, little is known about the role of… Expand
Development and validation of the Dietarian Identity Questionnaire: Assessing self-perceptions of animal-product consumption
In navigating decisions about what to eat, people both construct and rely on a food-choice identity. Yet food choice is multifaceted, as people apply different dietary schemas to different types of… Expand