Michael T. Schmitt
Michael T. Schmitt
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Perceiving pervasive discrimination among African Americans: Implications for group identification and well-being.
NR Branscombe, MT Schmitt, RD Harvey
Journal of personality and social psychology 77 (1), 135, 1999
The consequences of perceived discrimination for psychological well-being: A meta-analytic review.
MT Schmitt, NR Branscombe, T Postmes, A Garcia
Psychological Bulletin 140 (4), 921, 2014
The meaning and consequences of perceived discrimination in disadvantaged and privileged social groups
MT Schmitt, NR Branscombe
European review of social psychology 12 (1), 167-199, 2002
Perceiving discrimination against one’s gender group has different implications for well-being in women and men
MT Schmitt, NR Branscombe, D Kobrynowicz, S Owen
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 28 (2), 197-210, 2002
Rebels with a cause: Group identification as a response to perceived discrimination from the mainstream
J Jetten, NR Branscombe, MT Schmitt, R Spears
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 27 (9), 1204-1213, 2001
Constructing a minority group identity out of shared rejection: The case of international students
MT Schmitt, R Spears, NR Branscombe
European Journal of Social Psychology 33 (1), 1-12, 2003
How young and older adults differ in their responses to perceived age discrimination
TA Garstka, MT Schmitt, NR Branscombe, ML Hummert
Psychology and aging 19, 326-335, 2004
Inequality as ingroup privilege or outgroup disadvantage: The impact of group focus on collective guilt and interracial attitudes
AA Powell, NR Branscombe, MT Schmitt
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 31 (4), 508-521, 2005
The glass ceiling in the 21st century
M Barreto, MK Ryan, MT Schmitt
Washington, DC: American Psychological Association, 2009
Do people who feel connected to nature do more to protect it? A meta-analysis
CML Mackay, MT Schmitt
Journal of Environmental Psychology 65, 101323, 2019
Attitudes toward group‐based inequality: Social dominance or social identity?
MT Schmitt, NR Branscombe, DM Kappen
British Journal of Social Psychology 42 (2), 161-186, 2003
Feeling Threatened About the Future Whites’ Emotional Reactions to Anticipated Ethnic Demographic Changes
HR Outten, MT Schmitt, DA Miller, AL Garcia
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 38 (1), 14-25, 2012
The good, the bad, and the manly: Threats to one's prototypicality and evaluations of fellow in-group members
MT Schmitt, NR Branscombe
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 37 (6), 510-517, 2001
Racial attitudes in response to thoughts of White privilege
NR Branscombe, MT Schmitt, K Schiffhauer
European Journal of Social Psychology 37 (2), 203-215, 2007
Women's emotional responses to the pervasiveness of gender discrimination
MT Schmitt, NR Branscombe, T Postmes
European Journal of Social Psychology 33 (3), 297-312, 2003
Coping options: missing links between minority group identification and psychological well‐being
HR Outten, MT Schmitt, DM Garcia, NR Branscombe
Applied Psychology 58 (1), 146-170, 2009
Perceived discrimination, group identification, and life satisfaction among multiracial people: A test of the rejection-identification model
LS Giamo, MT Schmitt, H Robert Outten
Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology 18 (4), 319, 2012
The internal and external causal loci of attributions to prejudice
MT Schmitt, NR Branscombe
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 28 (5), 620-628, 2002
Unpacking the relationships between pro-environmental behavior, life satisfaction, and perceived ecological threat
MT Schmitt, LB Aknin, J Axsen, RL Shwom
Ecological Economics 143, 130-140, 2018
What predicts environmental activism? The roles of identification with nature and politicized environmental identity
MT Schmitt, CML Mackay, LM Droogendyk, D Payne
Journal of Environmental Psychology 61, 20-29, 2019
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