(Smith student coauthors in bold type)
1) Duncan, L. E., & Owen-Smith, A. (in press). Powerlessness and the use of indirect aggression in friendships. Sex Roles.
2) Duncan, L. E. & Stewart, A. J. (in press). Personal political salience: The role of personality in collective identity and action. Political Psychology.
3) Wraga, M., Duncan, L.E., Jacobs, E., Helt, M., & Church, J. (in press). Stereotype susceptibility narrows the gender gap in imagined self-rotation performance. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review.
4) Duncan, L. E. (2006). What feminist and political psychologists can learn from each other: The case of authoritarianism. Feminism & Psychology, 16,59-65.
5) Duncan, L. E. (2005). Personal political salience as a self-schema: Consequences for political information processing. Political Psychology, 26,965-976.
6) Duncan, L. E., Peterson, B. E., & Ax, E. E. (2003). Authoritarianism as an agent of status quo maintenance: Implications for women's career and family lives. Sex Roles, 49,619-630.
7) Duncan, L. E. (2003). Understanding leaders of repressive social movements. Analysis of Social Issues and Public Policy, 3, 181-184.
8) Duncan, L. E., Wentworth, P. A., Owen-Smith, A., & LaFavor, T. (2002). Midlife educational, career, and family outcomes of women educated at
two single-sex colleges. Sex Roles, 47, 237-247.
9) Peterson, B. E., Duncan, L. E., & Pang, J. S. (2002). Authoritarianism and political impoverishment: Deficits in knowledge and civic disinterest. Political Psychology, 23, 97-112.
10) Duncan, L. E. (2001). Political Behavior. In J. Worell (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Gender (pp. 817-826). San Diego, CA: Academic Press.
11) Cole, E. R., Zucker, A. N., & Duncan, L. E. (2001). Changing society, changing women (and men). In R. Unger (Ed.), Handbook on the psychology of women and gender (410-423). New York: Wiley.
12) Duncan, L. E. & Stewart, A. J. (2000). A generational analysis of women's rights activists. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 24, 297-308.
13) Duncan, L. E. (1999). Motivation for collective action: Group consciousness as mediator of personality, life experiences, and women's rights activism. Political Psychology, 20, 611-635.
14) Peterson, B. E., & Duncan, L. E. (1999a). Generative concern, political commitment, and charitable actions. Journal of Adult Development, 6, 105-118.
15) Peterson, B. E. & Duncan, L. E. (1999b). Authoritarianism of parents and offspring: Intergenerational politics and adjustment to college. Journal of Research in Personality, 33, 494-513.
16) Agronick, G. S., & Duncan, L. E. (1998). Personality and social change: Individual differences, life path, and importance attributed to the women's movement. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 74, 1545-1555.
17) Duncan, L. E., & Williams, L. M. (1998). Gender role socialization and male-on-male vs. female-on-male child sexual abuse. Sex Roles, 39, 765-785.
18) Winter, D. G., John, O. P., Stewart, A. J., Klohnen, E. C., & Duncan, L. E. (1998). Traits and motives: Toward an integration of two traditions in personality research. Psychological Review, 105, 230-250.
19) Duncan, L. E., Peterson, B. E., & Winter, D. G. (1997). Authoritarianism and gender roles: Toward a psychological analysis of hegemonic relationships. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 23, 41-49.
20) Duncan, L. E., & Agronick, G. S. (1995). The intersection of life stage and social events: Personality and life outcomes. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 69, 558-568.
21) Duncan, L. E., & Stewart, A. J. (1995). Still bringing the Vietnam war home: Sources of contemporary student activism. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 21, 914-924.
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