Rosenfeld, D. L., Brannon, T. N., & Tomiyama, A. J. (2022). Racialized Perceptions of Vegetarianism: Stereotypical Associations That Undermine Inclusion in Eating Behaviors. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin.

Brannon, T.N., Fisher, P., & Greydanus, A. (2020). Selves as Solutions to Social Inequalities: Why Engaging the Full Complexity of Social Identities is Critical to Addressing Disparities (Elements in Applied Social Psychology). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 

Gruber, J., Mendle, J., Lindquist, K.A., Schmader T., Bliss-Moreau, E., Akinola, M.,…Brannon,  T.N….Williams, L.A. (2020). The future of women in Psychological Science. Perspectives on Psychological Science. 

Brannon, T. N., & Lin, A. (2020). “Pride and prejudice” pathways to belonging: Implications for inclusive diversity practices within mainstream institutions. American Psychologist. Advance online publication.  

Taylor, V. J., Brannon, T.N., & Valladares, J. V. (2019). Intergroup conflict through a sociocultural lens: How collective histories and memories impact present-day intergroup understandings and misunderstandings. Sahana Mukherjee and Phia S. Salter (Eds.), History and Collective Memory from the Margins: A Global Perspective. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Publishers. 

Brannon, T. N. (2018). Reaffirming King’s vision: The power of participation in inclusive diversity efforts to benefit intergroup outcomes. Journal of Social Issues, 74(2), 355-376.

Brannon, T. N., Carter, E. R., Murdock‐Perriera, L. A., & Higginbotham, G. D. (2018). From Backlash to Inclusion for All: Instituting Diversity Efforts to Maximize Benefits Across Group Lines. Social Issues and Policy Review12(1), 57-90.

Brannon, T. N., Higginbotham, G. D., & Henderson, K. (2017). Class Advantages and Disadvantages Are Not so Black and White: Intersectionality Impacts Rank and Selves. Current Opinion in Psychology, 18, 117–122.

Brannon, T. N., Taylor, V. J., Higginbotham, G. D., & Henderson, K. (2017). Selves in contact: how integrating perspectives on sociocultural selves and intergroup contact can inform theory and application on reducing inequality. Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 11(7).

Brannon, T. N., Markus, H. R., & Taylor, V. J. (2015). ‘Two Souls, Two Thoughts’, Two Self Schemas: Double Consciousness Can Have Positive Academic Consequences for African Americans. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 108(4), 586-609.

Stephens, N. M., Brannon, T. N., Markus, H. R., & Nelson, J. (2015). Feeling at home in college: Cultivating fit and empowerment to reduce social class disparities in higher education. Social Issues and Policy Review, 9(1), 1-24.

Brannon, T. N., Walton, G. M. (2013). Enacting cultural interests: How intergroup contact reduces prejudice by sparking interest in an outgroup’s culture. Psychological Science, 24(10), 1947-1957.

Brannon, T. N.& Markus, H. R. (2013). Social class and race: Burdens but also some benefits of chronic low rank. Psychological Inquiry, 24(2), 97-101.