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  1. Decoloniality as a social issue for psychological study
  2. Climate Change Anxiety Focus Groups: Executive Summary
  3. General Psychology Otherwise: A Decolonial Articulation
  4. Obligation or Desire: Variation in Motivation for Compliance With COVID-19 Public Health Guidance
  5. A Decolonial Africa(n)-Centered Psychology of Antiracism
  6. The Impact of COVID-19 and Religious Restrictions on the Well-Being of Ghanaian Christians: The Perspectives of Religious Leaders
  7. Ban of Religious Gatherings during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Impact on Christian Church Leaders’ Well-Being in Ghana
  8. The modernity/coloniality of love: Individualist lifeways and charismatic christianity in Ghanaian worlds
  9. “Indigenous” Nature Connection? A Response to Kurth, Narvaez, Kohn, and Bae (2020)
  10. Gendered virtual environments of STEM fields: a cultural-ecological analysis of predominantly white and historically black institutions
  11. Cultural–Ecological Moderation of Physical Attractiveness Bias: Attractiveness-Based Discrimination or Discrimination of Attractiveness?
  12. Dilemma Tales as African Knowledge Practice: An Example From Research on Obligations of Support
  13. Epistemic Violence in Research on Eldercare
  14. A Cultural Psychological Model of Cross-National Variation in Gender Gaps in STEM Participation
  15. Cultural Models of Well-Being Implicit in Four Ghanaian Languages
  16. The impact of an intervention to improve women's GPAs in college STEM courses depended on ethnicity
  17. Decolonial theory and disability studies: On the modernity/coloniality of ability
  18. The Psychology of Neoliberalism and the Neoliberalism of Psychology
  19. Support for Tough Immigration Policy: Identity Defense or Concern for Law and Order?
  20. ‘My Own House, Car, My Husband, and Children’: meanings of success among Ghanaians
  21. Subordinated Knowledge as a Tool for Creative Maladjustment and Resistance to Racial Oppression
  22. Conceptions of love in Ghana: An exploration among Ghanaian Christians
  23. Collective memory as tool for intergroup conflict: The case of 9/11 commemoration
  24. Silence in official representations of history: Implications for national identity and intergroup relations
  25. A cultural psychological analysis of collective memory as mediated action: Constructions of Indian history
  26. The modernity/coloniality of being: Hegemonic psychology as intercultural relations
  27. Racism in the Structure of Everyday Worlds: A Cultural-Psychological Perspective
  28. Overview of 3 approaches to decolonizing psychology
  29. Theory from the South: a decolonial approach to the psychology of global inequality
  30. The (Biological or Cultural) Essence of Essentialism: Implications for Policy Support among Dominant and Subordinated Groups
  31. People think attractive people are good more so in certain cultures
  32. On the Intentionality of Cultural Products: Representations of Black History As Psychological Affordances
  33. Decolonizing Empowerment: Implications for Sustainable Well-Being
  34. Beyond Adaptation: Decolonizing Approaches to Coping With Oppression
  35. Decolonizing Liberation: Toward a Transnational Feminist Psychology
  36. Decolonizing Psychological Science: Introduction to the Special Thematic Section
  37. Relational Mobility Increases Social (but Not Other) Risk Propensity
  38. The threat of sexism in a STEM educational setting: the moderating impacts of ethnicity and legitimacy beliefs on test performance
  39. Avoid or Fight Back? Cultural Differences in Responses to Conflict and the Role of Collectivism, Honor, and Enemy Perception
  40. Ethnic variation in gender-STEM stereotypes and STEM participation: An intersectional approach.
  41. Beware of friends: The cultural psychology of relational mobility and cautious intimacy
  42. Decolonizing methods
  43. Toward a Critical Race Psychology
  44. “Reasonable suspicion” about tough immigration legislation: Enforcing laws or ethnocentric exclusion?
  45. Toward a study of culture suitable for (Frontiers in) cultural psychology
  46. The Marley Hypothesis
  47. Mother or Wife?
  48. National Identity and Immigration Policy: Concern for Legality or Ethnocentric Exclusion?
  49. The Role of Historical Knowledge in Perception of Race-Based Conspiracies
  50. Generosity or genocide? Identity implications of silence in American Thanksgiving commemorations
  51. Does attractiveness buy happiness? “It depends on where you’re from”
  52. Understanding White Americans' Perceptions of Racism in Hurricane Katrina-Related Events
  53. In-Group Favoritism in International Justice Concerns: Power, Involvement, and Attitudes toward the Iraq War and the Cross Straits Relationship in Five Societies
  54. Teaching About Racism: Pernicious Implications of the Standard Portrayal
  55. The cultural grounding of personal relationship: The importance of attractiveness in everyday life.
  56. Health Psychology in African Settings
  57. Genital-Shrinking Panic in Ghana: A Cultural Psychological Analysis
  58. Analyzing Ghanaian Emotions Through Narrative: A Textual Analysis of Ama Ata Aidoo’s Novel Changes
  59. Perceptions of Racism in Hurricane Katrina: A Liberation Psychology Analysis
  60. The detrimental effects of a suggestion of sexism in an instruction situation
  61. The effect of self-affirmation on perception of racism
  62. The psychology of engagement with indigenous identities: A cultural perspective.
  63. Understanding Genital-Shrinking Epidemics in West Africa: Koro, Juju, or Mass Psychogenic Illness?
  64. The Cultural Grounding of Personal Relationship: Enemyship in North American and West African Worlds.
  65. The cultural grounding of personal relationship: Friendship in North American and West African worlds
  66. Culture As Patterns: An Alternative Approach to the Problem of Reification