Organized by year

Camacho, G., & Reinka, M. A. (2024). Se habla Español: The role of ethnic centrality in the effect of providing Spanish-language services in health clinics among Latinx Americans. Journal of Health Psychology. 2024;0(0). doi:10.1177/13591053241235443

Camacho, G. (2024). The effect of wearing college apparel on Black men's perceived criminality and perceived risk of being racially profiled by police. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology.

Camacho, G., & Quinn, D. M. (2023). Neighborhood ethnic composition and social identity threat: The mediating role of perceived discrimination. Journal of Social Psychology, 1-15.

Rumaney, H., & Sriram, S. (2023). Not Without My Hijab: Experiences of Veiled Muslim Women in India. Human Arenas. 6. 1-24.

Ghani, A., Hudson, S.-k. T. J., Rumaney, H., & Sidanius, J. (2023). Of Christians, Jews, and Muslims: When gender is unspecified, the default is men. Psychology of Religion and Spirituality. Advance online publication.

Oliver, A., Milless, K., Godbole, M., Gomez, B.N., & Good, C. (2023). Stereotype Threat as an Identity Threat: Overview and Current Trends in Research. In Penelope W. St J. Watson (Eds.). The International Handbook of Gender Beliefs, Stereotype Threat, and Teacher Expectations. New York: Taylor & Francis/Routledge.

Camacho, G., Reinka, M. A., & Quinn, D. M. (2020). Disclosure and concealment of stigmatized identities.Current Opinion in Psychology.

Quinn, D. M., Camacho, G, Pan-Wiesz, B., & Williams. M. K. (2020). Visible and concealable stigmatized identities and mental health: Experiences of racial discrimination and anticipated stigma. Stigma and Health. 

Sullivan, M., Rosen, A., Allen, A. M., Benbella, D., Camacho, G., Cortopassi, A., Driver, R., Ssenyonjo, J., Eaton, L. E., & Kalichman, S. C. (2020). Falling short of the first 90: HIV stigma and HIV testing research in the 90–90–90 era. AIDS & Behavior.

Camacho, G., Allen. A. M., & Quinn, D. M.  (2019). Neighborhood ethnic composition and perceived discrimination among young adult Latina/os: The mediating role of ethnic centrality. Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences.

Camacho, G., Kalichman, S. C., & Harold, K. (2019). Anticipated HIV-related stigma and HIV treatment adherence: The indirect effect of medication concerns. AIDS & Behavior.

Lawner, E.K., Quinn, D. M., Camacho, G., Johnson, B. T., & Weisz, B. M. (2019).Ingroup role models and underrepresented students’ performance and interest in STEM: A meta-analysis of lab and field studies. Social Psychology of Education.