Kimberly B. Rogers
Associate Professor of Sociology at Dartmouth College.
Kimberly B. Rogers
Associate Professor of Sociology at Dartmouth College. Hanover, NH.
As a sociological social psychologist, I'm interested in understanding how macro-social inequalities are reproduced or overturned through behavior and emotion dynamics in social interactions and small groups. My published work examines topics such as behavioral and emotional responses to injustice and stereotyped groups, consensus within and between cultures in cultural sentiments and impression formation processes, and opinion and sentiment change through interaction.
PhD in Sociology, Duke University
MA in Sociology, Duke University
MA in Psychology, Wake Forest University
BA in Psychology, Randolph - Macon Woman's College
2021 - Present
Associate Professor of Sociology, Dartmouth College
2015 - 2021
Assistant Professor of Sociology, Dartmouth College
2014 - 2015
Visiting Assistant Professor of Sociology, Mount Holyoke College
2013 - 2014
Visiting Assistant Professor of Sociology, Duke University
Rogers, Kimberly B. Forthcoming. "Developing an Introductory Course Design that Promotes Sociological Literacy." In The Handbook of Teaching and Learning in Sociology, edited by Sergio Cabrera and Stephen Sweet. Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing.
Rogers, Kimberly B., Kaitlin M. Boyle, and Maria N. Scaptura. Forthcoming. "Through the Looking Glass: Self, Inauthenticity, and (Mass) Violence." Advances in Group Processes 40.
Boyle, Kaitlin and Kimberly B. Rogers (equal authorship). 2023. "Self-Sentiments and Depressive Symptoms: A Longitudinal Analysis." American Behavioral Scientist 67: 36-59.
Quinn, Joseph, Robert E. Freeland, Jesse Hoey, Kimberly B. Rogers, and Lynn Smith-Lovin. 2023. "How Cultural Meanings of Occupations in the U.S. Changed with the COVID-19 Pandemic." American Behavioral Scientist 67: 125-47.
Maloney, Em, Kimberly B. Rogers, and Lynn Smith-Lovin. 2022. "Status as Deference: Deference Scores and Occupational Prestige as Two Different Ways to Understand Status Rankings, Occupational Classes, and Emotional Outcomes." RSF: The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences 8(7): 70-88.
Rogers, Kimberly B. 2021. "Separate and Unequal: Predicting Intergroup Behavior and Emotions with Social Identity Meanings." Advances in Group Processes 38: 23-52.
Rogers, Kimberly B. 2021. "Event Likelihood Judgments Revisited." Social Psychology Quarterly 84:177-88.
Boyle, Kaitlin and Kimberly B. Rogers. 2020. “Beyond the Rape “Victim”-“Survivor” Binary: How Race, Gender, and Identity Processes Interact to Shape Distress.“ Sociological Forum 35: 323-45.
Rogers, Kimberly B. 2020. “The Problem of Order: Understanding How Culture Predicts Social Action.“ Sociology Compass 14: 1-11.
Rogers, Kimberly B. 2020. “Strategic Design Toward Foundational Learning Goals in Introduction to Sociology.“ Teaching Sociology 48: 40-53.
Rogers, Kimberly B. 2019. “Sources of Consensus and Variegation in Cultural Affective Meanings.” Social Currents 6:219-38.
Hoey, Jesse, Tobias Schröder, Jonathan Morgan, Kimberly B. Rogers, Deepak Rishi and Mei Nagappan. 2018. "Artificial Intelligence and Social Simulation: Studying Group Dynamics on a Massive Scale." Small Groups Research 49:647-83.
Rogers, Kimberly B. 2018. “Do You See What I See? Testing for Individual Differences in Impressions of Events.” Social Psychology Quarterly 81:149-72.
Kriegel, Darys J., Jesse K. Clark, Robert Freeland, David R. Heise, Muhammad Abdul-Mageed, Dawn T. Robinson, Kimberly B. Rogers, and Lynn Smith-Lovin. 2017. "A Multi-Level Investigation of Arabic-Language Impression Change." International Journal of Sociology 47:278-95.
Morgan, Jonathan H., Kimberly B. Rogers, and Mao Hu. 2016. “Distinguishing Normative Processes from Noise: A Comparison of Four Approaches to Modeling Impressions of Social Events.” Social Psychology Quarterly 79:311-32.
Schröder, Tobias, Jesse Hoey, and Kimberly B. Rogers. 2016. “Modeling Dynamic Identities and Uncertainty in Social Interactions: Bayesian Affect Control Theory.” American Sociological Review 81:828-55.
Clay-Warner, Jody, Dawn T. Robinson, Lynn Smith-Lovin, Kimberly B. Rogers, and Katie R. James. 2016. “Justice Standard Determines Emotional Responses to Over-Reward.” Social Psychology Quarterly 79:44-67.
Rogers, Kimberly B. 2015. “Expectation States, Social Influence, and Affect Control: Opinion and Sentiment Change through Social Interaction.” Advances in Group Processes 32:65-98.
Rogers, Kimberly B., Tobias Schröder, and Christian von Scheve. 2014. “Dissecting the Sociality of Emotion: A Multi-Level Approach."
Emotion Review 6:124-33.
Rogers, Kimberly B. and Dawn T. Robinson. 2014. “Measuring Emotions.” In Handbook of the Sociology of Emotions, Volume II, edited by J. E. Stets and J. H. Turner. New York, NY: Springer.
Rogers, Kimberly B., Tobias Schröder, and Wolfgang Scholl. 2013. “The Affective Structure of Stereotype Content: Behavior and Emotion in Intergroup Context.” Social Psychology Quarterly 76:125-50.
Schröder, Tobias, Kimberly B. Rogers, Julija Mell, Shuuichiro Ike, and Wolfgang Scholl. 2013. “Affective Meanings of Stereotyped Social Groups in Cross-Cultural Comparison.” Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 16:717-33.
Selected Research Grants & Awards
Linda B. and Kendrick R. Wilson III 1969 Fellowship. 2021-22. Office of the Dean of Faculty, Dartmouth College.
"Beyond the Rape "Victim"-"Survivor" Binary: How Race, Gender, and Identity Processes Interact to Shape Distress." 2021. Honorable Mention for Outstanding Recent Contribution Award. Section on the Sociology of Emotions, American Sociological Association.
John M. Manley Huntington Award for Newly Tenured Faculty. 2020-21. Office of the Dean of Faculty, Dartmouth College.
"Theoretical and Empirical Modeling of Identity and Sentiments in Collaborative Groups." 2017-2020. Trans-Atlantic Platform. Funded
by the NSF, NSERC, SSHRC, and DFG. Research in collaboration with Jesse Hoey, Mei Nagappan, and Tobias Schröder.
“Modeling Dynamic Identities and Uncertainty in Social Interactions: Bayesian Affect Control Theory.” 2017. Outstanding Recent Contribution in Social Psychology Award. Social Psychology Section, American Sociological Association.
“Modeling Dynamic Identities and Uncertainty in Social Interactions: Bayesian Affect Control Theory.” 2017. Outstanding Article Publication Award. Mathematical Sociology Section, American Sociological Association.
“Identity Coherence, Social Stress, and Health Outcomes.” 2016-2017. Seed Funding Grant, Office of the Provost, Dartmouth College.
“Modeling Identity Dynamics and Uncertainty in Social Interactions: Bayesian Affect Control Theory.” 2016-2017. CompX Grant,
Neukom Institute, Dartmouth College.
“Inequality Sustained by Institutional Structures and Interpretations of Events.” 2014-2015. Faculty Research Grant, Mount Holyoke College.
“Mapping the Social Ecology of Culture: Social Position, Connectedness, and Influence as Predictors of Systematic Variation in Affective
Meaning.” 2012. Summer Research Fellowship, The Graduate School, Duke University.
“Social Networks, Social Influence, and Cultural Meanings.” 2010-2011. Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grant, National Science Foundation, Award #1003419.
Introduction to Sociology - Gateway Course, DCAL
Research Methods - Social Impact Practicum, DCSI
Status and Power in Social Interactions
The Social Psychology of Inequality - Social Impact Practicum, DCSI
The Sociological Imagination - Social Impact Practicum, DCSI
Globalization, Organizations, and Inequality
Contextualizing Consumer Behavior
Senior Research Seminar, Cultural Sociology
Survey Research and Data Analysis
Self and Society
Engaged Scholars Initiative Cohort Member. 2019-2020. Eastern Region of Campus Compact.
Presidents' Good Steward Award. 2018. Campus Compact for New Hampshire.
Dean of the Faculty Mentoring Award. 2016-2017. Office of the Dean of the Faculty, Dartmouth College.
Excellence in Graduate Teaching Award. 2012-2013. Department of Sociology, Duke University.
Bass Fellowship for Undergraduate Instruction. 2012-2013. The Graduate School, Duke University.