My research curiosities lie at the intersection of psychology, human development
Rogers, L. O., *Rosario, R. J., *Padilla, D., & *Foo, C. (2021) “[I]t’s hard because it’s the cops that are killing us for stupid stuff”: Developing racial identity in the context of Black Lives Matter. Developmental Psychology, 57(1), 87–101: https://doi.org/10.1037/dev0001130
Williams (Derlan), C. D., Byrd, C. M., Quintana, S. M., Anicama, C., Kiang, L., & Umaña-Taylor, A. J...Rogers, L. O., &, Whitesell, N. (2020). A lifespan model of ethnic-racial identity. Research in Human Development, 17(2-3), 99-129. doi: https://doi.org/10.1080/15427609.2020.1831882
Rogers, L. O., Kiang, L., White, L., Calzada, E. J., Umaña-Taylor, A. J., Derlan, C. D., Marks, A., & Whitesell, N. (2020). Persistent Concerns: Questions for Research on Ethnic-Racial Identity Development. Research in Human Development, 17(2-3), 130-153: doi: 10.1080/15427609.2020.1831881
Rogers, L. O. (2020). “I’m Kind of a Feminist”: Using master narratives to analyze gender identity in middle childhood. Child Development, 91, 179-196. doi: 10.1111/cdev.13142?af=R.
Rogers, L. O. (2019). Commentary on economic inequality: What and who constitutes research on socialinequality in developmental science? Developmental Psychology, Special Issue: “Children’s and Adolescents’ Understanding and Experiences of Economic Inequality: Implications for Theory, Research, Policy, and Practice.” 55, 586-591, https://doi.org/10.1037/dev0000640
Rogers, L. O. (2018). Who am I, who are we? Erikson and a transactional approach to identity research. Identity, Special Issue: “50 years since the publication of ‘Identity: Youth and Crisis’, 18, 284-294. https://doi.org/10.1080/15283488.2018.1523728