Peer-Reviewed Articles

Perez, Efren O., Bianca V. Vicuna, and Alisson Ramos. 2023. “Shared Status, Shared Politics? Evaluating a New Pathway to Black Solidarity with Other People of Color.” Political Behavior.

Vicuña, Bianca V., Hannah Cass, Ying Xuan Chua, Sze Yi Celine Tsoi, and Efrén O. Pérez. 2022. “Diversity management from a target’s perspective: a pre-registered experiment from Latinos, multiculturalism, and colorblindness.” Politics, Groups, and Identities.

Pérez, Efrén O., Alisson Ramos, and Bianca V. Vicuña. 2022. “Does affirming Black and Latino people as American weaken racial solidarity? A surprising “no
 from two pre-registered experiments. Research & Politics.

Pérez, Efrén, Crystal Robertson, and Bianca V. Vicuña. 2022. “Prejudiced When Climbing Up or When Falling Down? Why Some People of Color Express Anti-Black Racism.” American Political Science Review.  

Pérez, Efrén O., Bianca V. Vicuña, Alisson Ramos, Kevin Phan, Mariella Solano, and Eric Tillet. May 2022. “Bridging the Gaps Between Us: Explaining When and Why People of Color Express Shared Political Views.” Political Behavior.

Vicuña, Bianca V., and Efrén O. Pérez. 2021. “New Label, Different Identity? Three Experiments on the Uniqueness of Latinx.” Politics, Groups, and Identities.

Book Chapters

Pérez, Efrén and Bianca V. Vicuña. Forthcoming. “The Gaze from Below: Toward a Political Psychology of Minority Status.”Book Chapter. Oxford Handbook of Political Psychology.

Pérez, Efrén O., and Bianca Vicuña. 2022. “Implicit Attitudes and Mass Political Opinion.” In Handbook on Politics and Public Opinion, ed. Rudolph J Thomas. Edward Elgar Publishing.