Multiculturalism and identity
PhD: University of Western Ontario
MA: University of Western Ontario
BA: University of Ottawa
Research Interests Keywords
Social, ethnic, and bicultural identities; Inter-ethnic relationships; Model-minority stereotype; Intergroup relations
Louis, W. R., Cila, J., Townshend, E., Chonu, G.K., & Lalonde, R. N. (Accepted). Religious norms, norm conflict, and religious identification. Psychology of Religion and Spirituality.
M.A., West, A.L., Zhou, B., Muise, A., &
Lalonde, R.N. (2020). Divided together: How marginalization
of intercultural relationships is associated with identity integration and
relationship quality. Social
Psychological and Personality Science. doi.org/10.1177/194855062096265
Haji, R., Cila, J., & Lalonde, R.N. (2020). Beyond sectarian boundaries: Dimensions of Muslim Canadian religiosity and the prediction of sociocultural attitudes. Psychology of Religion and Spirituality. doi.org/10.1037/rel0000393
Cila, J., Lalonde, R.N., Sasaki, J.Y., Mar,
R., & Lo, R. (2020). Zahra or Zoe, Arjun or Andrew? Bicultural baby names reflect
identity and pragmatic concerns. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority
Padgett, J.K., Lou, E., Lalonde, R.N., & Sasaki, J.Y. (2020) Too Asian? The model minority stereotype in the Canadian context. Asian American Journal of Psychology. doi.org/10.1037/aap0000203
Ng, A.H., Kermani, M.S., & Lalonde, R.N. (2019). Cultural differences in psychological reactance: Responding to social media censorship. Current Psychology. doi.org/10.1007/s12144-019-00213-0.
Zhang, R., Noels, K.A., & Lalonde, R.N. (2018). Know your heritage: The effects of fit in cultural knowledge on Chinese Canadians’ heritage identification. Frontiers in Psychology, 9, Article 2100. doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2018.02100
Tao, D., Zhang, R., Lou, E. & Lalonde, R.N. (2018). The cultural shaping of career aspirations: Acculturation and Chinese biculturals’ career identity styles. Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science, 50, 29-41.
Zhang, R., Noels, K.A., Lalonde, R.N., & Salas, S.J. (2017). Self-consistency in bicultural persons: Dialectical self-beliefs mediate the relation between identity integration and self-consistency. Frontiers in Psychology, 8, Article 321. doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2017.00321
Lou, E., Lalonde, R.N., & Wong, J.Y.T. (2015). Acculturation, gender, and views on interracial relationships among Chinese Canadians. Personal Relationships, 22,621-634.
Lalonde, R.N., Cila, J., Lou, E. & Cribbie, R. A. (2015). Are we really that different from each other? The difficulties of focusing on similarities in cross-cultural research. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 21, 525-534.
Lou, E., & Lalonde, R.N. (2015). Signs of transcendence? A changing landscape of multiraciality in the 21st century. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 45, 85-95.
Cila, J., & Lalonde, R. N. (2020). What's in a name? Motivations for baby-naming in multicultural contexts. In A. Al-Hoorie & P. D. MacIntyre (Eds.), Contemporary language motivation research: 60 Years since Gardner and Lambert (1959) (pp. 130-152). Bristol, UK: Multilingual Matters.
Haji, R. & Lalonde, R.N. (2016). If a close friend is from another religion, are you more open to other faiths? In M. Seedat, S. Suffla, & D J. Christie (Eds.), Enlarging the Scope of Peace Psychology: African and World-Regional Contributions (pp. 93-108). Springer.
Lalonde, R.N., Cila, J., & Yampolsky, M. (2016). Canada, a fertile ground for intergroup relations and social identity theory. In S. McKeown, R. Haji, & N. Ferguson (Eds), Understanding Peace and Conflict Through Social Identity Theory: Contemporary and World-Wide Perspective (pp. 261-276). Springer.