Department Chair, Professor
357 Education Building
1000 Bascom Mall
Madison, WI 53706-1326
Ph.D., Counseling Psychology University of Notre Dame.
Assoc. Prof., University of Texas at Austin
Ford Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship
Gimbel Child and Family Scholar
Associate Editor, Child Development, Journal of Counseling Psychology
University lead on Wisconsin Partnership Grant with Centro Hispano
- PhD Counseling Psychology, University of Notre Dame, 1989
- Predoctoral Internship , Center for Counseling and Psychological Services - Pennsylvania State University, 1988
- MA Psychology, University of Notre Dame, 1986
- BA Psychology, Carleton College, 1983
- Fink, A. E., & Quintana, S. M. (2019). Scientific and Moral Reasoning in Arts-Based Course on Neurobiology of Stress, Traumatic Memory, and Social Identity. AJOB Neuroscience, 9, 14-19.
- Quintana, S. M., Lambe Sarina, S., & Ramirez Stege, A. M. (In Press). Bi/multiracial Black Youth Speak about their Racialized Experiences. In J. Sullivan & W. E. Cross Jr (Eds.), African American Identity: Meaning-Making and Internalized Racism
- Chew, A. Y., & Quintana, S. M. (In Press). Meta-Analysis of Cross Racial Identity Scale: Psychological Costs and Benefits of Racial Identity. African American Identity: Meaning-Making and Internalized Racism
- Umana-Taylor, A. J., Quintana, S. M., Lee, R. M., Cross, W. E., Rivas-Drake, D., Schwartz, S. J., & Syed, M. (2014). Ethnic and racial identity during adolescence and into young adulthood: An integrated conceptualization. Child Development, 85, 21-39.
- Rivas-Drake, D., Seaton, E. K., Markstrom, C., Quintana, S. M., Syed, M., Lee, R. M., & Schwartz, S. J. (2014). Ethnic and Racial Identity in Adolescence: Implications for Psychosocial, Academic, and Health Outcomes. Child Development, 85, 40 - 57.
- Quintana, S. M., Chavez, T. A., & Ramirez Stege, A. M. (2014). What does it mean to be Mexican American? Children's and adolescents' perspectives. In Y. Caldera & E. Trejos (Eds.), Mexican-American Children and Families: Multi-Disciplinary Perspectives New York: Routledge.
- Quintana, S. M., Benjamin, J. Z., & Leverett, P. (In Press). Essentialism and Children’s Reasoning about Race and Ethnicity. In A. Riutland, D. Nesdale, C Spears Brown (Ed.), Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Group Processes in Children and Adolescents London: Wiley Blackwell.
- Quintana, S. M., Dialoguing about Race with Children and Youth. American Psychological Association.
- Quintana, S. M., (2012). African American children's racial identifications and identity: Development of racial narratives. In J.M. Sullivan and A. M. Esmail (Ed.), African American Racial Identity: An interdisciplinary exploration of the racial and cultural dimensions of the Black experience (pp. 289-313).
- Quintana, S. M., Chew, A., & Shell, G. (2012). Counseling Psychology Theory and Research on Race and Ethnicity: Implications for a psychological science of diversity. APA handbook of counseling psychology, vol. 1: Theories, research, and methods (pp. 453-489).
- Quintana, S. M., Sorensen, S., & Olarte-DaSilva, S. Teachers' Multicultural Competence: Qualitative Analysis. presented at the APA convention, Washington DC.
- Sara, C., & Quintana, S. M. Children's understnaidng of race across Korean Americans, International, and Transracial Adoption. presented at the APA convention, Washington DC.
- Quintana, S. M. Educational Disparities: Lessons from and parallels with health disparities. presented at the APA convention, Washington DC.