Myles I. Durkee, Ph.D.
Myles I. Durkee, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Psychology, University of Michigan
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Participation in Black Lives Matter and deferred action for childhood arrivals: Modern activism among Black and Latino college students.
EC Hope, M Keels, MI Durkee
Journal of Diversity in Higher Education 9 (3), 203, 2016
Political activism and mental health among Black and Latinx college students.
EC Hope, G Velez, C Offidani-Bertrand, M Keels, MI Durkee
Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology 24 (1), 26, 2018
Racial inequalities in health: Framing future research
MT Hicken, N Kravitz-Wirtz, M Durkee, JS Jackson
Social science & medicine 199, 11-18, 2018
The costs of code-switching
CL McCluney, K Robotham, S Lee, R Smith, M Durkee
Harvard Business Review 15, 2019
To be, or not to be… Black: The effects of racial codeswitching on perceived professionalism in the workplace
CL McCluney, MI Durkee, RE Smith II, KJ Robotham, SSL Lee
Journal of experimental social psychology 97, 104199, 2021
The psychological and academic costs of school-based racial and ethnic microaggressions
M Keels, M Durkee, E Hope
American Educational Research Journal 54 (6), 1316-1344, 2017
Integrating racial and ethnic identity research into developmental understanding of adolescents
JL Williams, PH Tolan, MI Durkee, AG Francois, RE Anderson
Child Development Perspectives 6 (3), 304-311, 2012
The protective role of ethnic identity for urban adolescent males facing multiple stressors
JL Williams, SM Aiyer, MI Durkee, PH Tolan
Journal of youth and adolescence 43, 1728-1741, 2014
Accusations of acting White: Links to Black students’ racial identity and mental health
MI Durkee, JL Williams
Journal of Black Psychology 41 (1), 26-48, 2015
The longitudinal relationship between peer violence and popularity and delinquency in adolescent boys: Examining effects by family functioning
AK Henneberger, MI Durkee, N Truong, A Atkins, PH Tolan
Journal of youth and adolescence 42, 1651-1660, 2013
Cultural invalidations: Deconstructing the “acting White” phenomenon among Black and Latinx college students.
MI Durkee, ER Gazley, EC Hope, M Keels
Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology 25 (4), 451, 2019
Discrimination comes in layers: Dimensions of discrimination and mental health for multiracial people.
M Franco, M Durkee, S McElroy-Heltzel
Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology 27 (3), 343, 2021
Disentangling longitudinal trajectories of racial discrimination and critical action among Black and Latinx college students: What role do peers play?
A Pinedo, MI Durkee, MA Diemer, EC Hope
Cultural diversity and ethnic minority psychology 27 (3), 546, 2021
Longitudinal effects of the “acting white” accusation and racial identity development among Black college students
MI Durkee, TR Perkins, RE Smith
Journal of Research on Adolescence 32 (1), 191-207, 2022
Mental health implications of the acting white accusation: The role of cultural betrayal and ethnic-racial identity among Black and Latina/o emerging adults.
MI Durkee, JM Gˇmez
American Journal of Orthopsychiatry 92 (1), 68, 2022
Critical action and ethnic–racial identity: Tools of racial resistance at the college transition
CJ Mathews, M Durkee, EC Hope
Journal of Research on Adolescence 32 (3), 1083-1097, 2022
Gender and racial identity moderate the effects of online and offline discrimination on mental health
T Perkins, M Durkee, J Banks, B Ribero‐Brown
Journal of Research on Adolescence 32 (1), 244-253, 2022
Academic affect shapes the relationship between racial discrimination and longitudinal college attitudes
MI Durkee, TR Perkins, EC Hope
Social Psychology of Education 24 (1), 59-74, 2021
The role of racism in health inequalities: integrating approaches from across disciplines.
M Hicken, M Durkee, N Kravitz-Wurtz, J Jackson
How to recruit and retain faculty members of colour in academia
MI Durkee
Nature Reviews Psychology 1 (9), 489-490, 2022
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