Featured Publications

Recent Publications

Mistry, R. S., Strassberger, M., Avila, O., Metz, R., Yassine, A., & Hill, C. J. (2022). Understanding Family’s Experiences of Poverty: Results of a Qualitative Study Exploring the Perspectives of Children and Their Parents. OPRE Report 2022-67. Washington, DC: Office of Planning, Research, and Evaluation, Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. 

Hazelbaker, T., & Mistry, R. S., (2022). Negotiating Whiteness: Exploring White elementary school-age children’s racial identity development. Social Development.

Hazelbaker, T., Brown, C. S., Nenadal, L., & Mistry, R. S. (2022). Fostering anti-racism in white children and youth: Development within contexts. American Psychologist. Advance online publication.

Mistry, R. S., Benner, A. D., & Kimura, A. M. (2022). COVID-19 and children’s social development. Invited submission – in P. K. Smith & C. H. Hart (Eds.), Handbook of Childhood Social Development (3rd Edition). Oxford, England: Wiley-Blackwell.

Hazelbaker T. & Mistry R. S. (2021) “Being Colorblind is One of the Worst Things”: White Teachers’ Attitudes and Ethnic-Racial Socialization in a Rural Elementary School. Journal of Social Issues, 77, 1126–1148.

Mistry, R. S., Elenbaas, L., Griffin, K. A., Nenadal, L., & Yassine, A. (2021). Advancing developmental intergroup perspectives on social class. Invited submission to Child Development Perspectives, 15, 213-219.

Elenbaas, L., & Mistry, R. S. (2021). Distributive justice in society and among peers: 8- to 14 year-olds’ views on economic stratification inform their decisions about access to opportunities. Developmental Psychology, 57, 951-961.

Mistry, R.S., Elenbaas, L. (2021). It’s All in the Family: Parents’ Economic Worries and Youth’s Perceptions of Financial Stress and Educational Outcomes. Journal of Youth Adolescence, 50724–738.

Benner, A. D., Chen, S., Mistry, R. S., & Shen, Y. (2021). Life course transitions and educational trajectories: Examining adolescents who fall off track academically. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 50, 1068-1080.