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Palmer, S.B., Cameron, L., Rutland, A. & Blake, B. (2017). Ethnic- minority and majority adolescents’ responses to racism in school: A mixed methods approach. Journal of Community and Applied Psychology, Special Issue “Growing up with diversity: A social psychological perspective” (Guest Eds. Lindsey Cameron & Patrick J. Leman).
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Leman, P., Skipper, Y, Watling, D, & Rutland, A. (2016). Conceptual change in science is facilitated through peer collaboration for boys but not for girls. Child Development. DOI: 10.1111/cdev.12481
Palmer, S. B., Rutland, A., & Cameron, L. (2015). The development of bystander intentions and social-moral reasoning about intergroup verbal aggression. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 33, 419-433. DOI: 10.1111/bjdp.12092
McGuire, L., Rutland, A. & Nesdale, D. (2015). Peer group norms and accountability moderate the effect of school norms on children’s intergroup attitudes. Child Development, 86, 1290-1297. DOI: 10.1111/cdev.12388
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