In Preparation for Submission

  
Clay-Warner, Jody, Dawn T. Robinson, Lynn Smith-Lovin, Kimberly B. Rogers, and Katie R.
          James. “Negative Emotional Responses to Over-Reward: A Comparison of Equity and
          Referential Justice Standards.”

Rogers, Kimberly B. “Ecology of Culture: Social Position and Connectedness as Predictors of
          Systematic Variation in Affective Meaning.”
  
Rogers, Kimberly B. “Affect Under the Influence: Social Influence and the Transformation of Identity
          Sentiment in Task Groups.”

  
Rogers, Kimberly B. “Migration, Identity, and Self.” In Meaning, Identity, and Social Interaction,
          edited by Kimberly B. Rogers, Tobias Schröder, and Lynn Smith-Lovin.

Rogers, Kimberly B. and Tobias Schröder. “Cross-Cultural Consensus in the Affective Meaning
          of Stereotyped Groups.” In Meaning, Identity, and Social Interaction, edited by Kimberly B.
          Rogers, Tobias Schröder, and Lynn Smith-Lovin.
 
Rogers, Kimberly B. and Tobias Schröder. “Introduction: Identity, Interaction, and Society.” In
          Meaning, Identity, and Social Interaction, edited by Kimberly B. Rogers, Tobias Schröder,
          and Lynn Smith-Lovin.

 
 
Rogers, Kimberly B., Tobias Schröder, and Lynn Smith-Lovin, eds. Meaning, Identity, and Social
          Interaction.
 

Ongoing Projects

 
Clark, Jesse K., Robert E. Freeland, Kimberly B. Rogers, Muhammad Abdul-Mageed, David R.
          Heise, Lynn Smith-Lovin, and Dawn T. Robinson. “Comparing Arabic and U.S. English
          Impression Dynamics.”

 
Rogers, Kimberly B., Jesse K. Clark, Lynn Smith-Lovin, Dawn T. Robinson, and David R. Heise.
          “Cultural Stability of Impression Dynamics in the United States.”

 
Rogers, Kimberly B. and Dawn T. Robinson. “A Comparison of the Structure of Emotion as
          Measured by Affect Control Theory, PANAS, and MAACL.”

  
Rogers, Kimberly B. and Tobias Schröder. “Self Structures: The Role of Identity Salience, Centrality,
          and Sentiment in Decision-Making and Prosocial Behavior.”