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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 12, Number 5, 1 September 2013

Statement of Retraction
pp. 467-467(1)

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Redefining Disability, Re-imagining the Self: Disability Identification Predicts Self-esteem and Strategic Responses to Stigma
pp. 468-488(21)
Authors: Nario-Redmond, Michelle R.; Noel, Jeffrey G.; Fern, Emily

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Ethnicity, Ethnic Identity, and Adolescent Narcissism
pp. 489-503(15)
Authors: Pickard, Jessica D.; Barry, Christopher T.; Wallace, Marion T.; Zeigler-Hill, Virgil

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Jail Inmates’ Perceived and Anticipated Stigma: Implications for Post-release Functioning
pp. 527-547(21)
Authors: Moore, Kelly; Stuewig, Jeffrey; Tangney, June

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The Potential Benefits and Risks of Identifying as a Tomboy: A Social Identity Perspective
pp. 563-581(19)
Authors: Ahlqvist, Sheana; Halim, May Ling; Greulich, Faith K.; Lurye, Leah E.; Ruble, Diane

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