Recent and Selected ISRL Publications
Mbilishaka, A. M., & Winston-Proctor, C. (2015). Emotional emancipation: Translating the narrative of change. [Review of the book Emotion-Focused Therapy: Coaching Clients to Work Through Their Feelings (2nd edition). L. S. Greenberg]. PsycCRITIQUES, 60(52).
Winston, C.E., Winston, M.R., & Boyd, A. J. (2014). Expanding understanding of the educational and workforce experiences of women of color in science: What is the utility of integrating narratives of diverse-experience with systems level historical analysis? Proceedings of Narrative Knowing/ Récit et Savoir University of Paris Diderot/ Université Paris Diderot, Paris, France.
Burrell, J. O., Winston, C. E., & Freeman, K. E. (2013). Race-acting: The varied and complex affirmative meaning of “Acting Black” for African American adolescents. Culture and Psychology, 19, (1) 95-116.
Winston, C. E. & Winston, M.R. (2012). Cultural psychology and racial ideology: An analytic approach to understanding racialized societies and their psychological effects on lives. In J. Valsiner (Ed.) Oxford Handbook of Culture and Psychology (pp. 559-581). New York: Oxford University Press.
Winston, C.E. (2011) Biography and lifestory. In S. Lapan, M. Quartaroli & F. Riemer (Eds.) Qualitative research: An introduction to designs and methods (pp. 106-136). New Jersey: Jossey-Bass.
Winston, C. E. (2012). Human personality: Race Self Complexity and symbolic meaning of persons living race in American society and culture. In A. U. Branco and J. Valsiner (Eds.) Cultural psychology of human values. (163-194). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publications.
Wynn, M.E., Winston, C.E., & Freeman, K.E. (2012). The cultural historical complexity of human personality adaptation: What is the nature of African American adolescents’ implicit theories of intelligence? Sage Open, 2 (4), doi:10.1177/2158244012461360.
Mack, K.M., Rankins, C. M., & Winston, C. E. (2011). Black women faculty at Historically Black Colleges and Universities: Perspectives for a national imperative. In H.T. Frierson & W.F. Tate (Eds.), Beyond stock stories and folk tales: African Americans’ paths to STEM fields (Diversity in Higher Education, Volume 11), (pp. 149-164). Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing Limited.
Terry. R. L. & Winston, C.E. (2010). Personality characteristic adaptations: Multiracial adolescents’ patterns of racial self-identification change. Journal of Research on Adolescence, 20 (2), 432-455.
Winston, C.E., Philip, C.L., & Lloyd, D. L. (2007). Integrating Design Based Research and the Identity & Success Life Story Research Method: Toward a new research paradigm for looking beyond the digital divide and race self complexity within the lives of Black students. Journal of Negro Education, 76(1), 31-43.
Winston C.E. & Kittles R. (2005). Psychological and ethical issues related to identity and using human genome research to infer ancestry of African Americans. In T. Turner (Ed.) Ethical Issues in Biological Anthropology (pp. 209-229). New York: SUNY Press.
Winston, C. E., Wall Rice, D., Bradshaw, B., Lloyd, D., Harris, L., Burford, T., Clodimir, G., Kizzie, K., Carothers, K., and McClair, V. (2004). Race self complexity, science success and narrative theories of personality: How is race represented in the self and identity construction of African American adolescents? New Directions in Child and Adolescent Development, 106, 55-77.