Dr. Magai is the founding director of the Center for Studies of Ethnicity
and Human Development, a research facility devoted to the study of ethnic and
cultural issues in development. The Center serves as the setting for Dr. Magai’s
research, and provides training opportunities for undergraduate, graduate,
and post-doctoral level psychologists. Dr. Magai also serves as the Dean of
Research for the Long Island University Brooklyn Campus.
Magai, C., Consedine, N. S., Gillespie, M., O'Neal, C. & Vilker, R. (2004). The differential roles of early emotion socialization and adult attachment in adult emotional experience: Testing a mediator hypothesis. Attachment and Human Development, 6, 389-419.
Magai, C., Consedine, N. S., Krivoshekova, Y. S., Kudadgie-Gyamfi, E. & McPherson, R. (2006). Emotion experience and expression across the adult lifespan: Insights from a multi-modal assessment study. Psychology and Aging, 21, 303-317.
Magai, C., Consedine, N., Hershman, D. L., & Neugut, A. I. (In press). Common psychosocial factors underlying breast cancer screening and breast cancer treatment adherence. Journal of Women’s Health.
Magai, C. (In press). Long-lived emotions: A lifecourse perspective on emotional development. In M.
Lewis, J. M. Haviland-Jones, & L. Feldman Barrett (Eds.), Handbook of Emotions, 3rd Edition, NY: Guilford.
Magai, C. (In press). Attachment in Middle and Later Adulthood. In J. Cassidy & P. Shaver (Eds.), Handbook of Attachment, 2nd Edition, NY: Guilford.
Magai, C. and Haviland-Jones. (Forthcoming). The hidden genius of emotion:
Lifespan transformations of personality. Cambridge University Press.
Magai, C. (2001). Emotions over the lifespan. J. Birren & K.W. Schaie
(Eds). Handbook of the psychology of aging. Pp. 339-426. San Diego: Academic
Magai, C. & Cohen, C., Milburn, N., Thorpe, B., McPherson, R, & Peralta,
D. (2001). Attachment styles in older European American and African
American adults. The Journals of Gerontology, Social Sciences, 46B,
Magai, C. (1999). Personality change in adulthood: Loci
of change and the role of interpersonal process. International Journal
of Aging and Human Development, 49, 339-352.
Magai, C. (1999). Affect, imagery, attachment: Working models of interpersonal
affect and the socialization of emotion. In J. Cassidy & P. Shaver (Eds.)
Handbook of attachment theory and research, pp. 787-802. NY: Guilford.