Rose, S.M., Darici, Y., & Farhangi, S. (in press). Strategic career development for STEM women faculty. In Aliv Elci., Linda Beith, & Atilla Elci (Eds). Faculty development for digital teaching and learning. IGI-Global.
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. (2018). The integration of the humanities and arts with sciences, engineering, and medicine in higher education: Branches from the same tree. Committee on Integrating Higher Education in the Arts, Humanities, Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (S.Rose, Committee Member). Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. PDF
Rose, S. M. & Hospital, M. M. (2018). Women’s love and friendship. In C. Travis & J. White (Eds). APA Handbook on the Psychology of Women: Vol. 2. Perspectives on women’s private and public lives. (pp. 117-132). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. PDF
Rose, S. M., & Hospital, M. M. (2017). Friendships across race, ethnicity, and sexual orientation. In M. Hojjit & A. Moyer (Eds.).The psychology of friendship. (pp. 75-91). London: Oxford University Press. PDF
Rose, S. M. & Farhangi, S. (2016). The intersectionalities of men STEM faculty: An unexplored barrier for recruiting women of color? Association for Women in Science, 48, 16-19. PDF
Rose, S. M. (2016). Dating: Sexual minority women. In A. Goldberg (Ed.). The SAGE Encyclopedia of LGBTQ Studies. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. PDF
Eaton, A., A., Rose, S. M., Interligi, C. J., Fernandez, K., & McHugh, M. C. (2015). Gender and ethnicity in dating, hanging out, and hooking up: Sexual scripts among Hispanic and White young adults. Journal of Sex Research, 1-17. PDF
Rose, S. M., & Hospital, M. M. (2014). Lesbians over 60: Newer every day. In V. Muhlbauer, J. C. Chrisler, & F. L. Denmark (Eds.), Women and aging: An international, intersectional power perspective (pp. 117-146). New York: Springer.PDF
Eaton, A. A., & Rose, S. (2013). The application of biological, evolutionary, and sociocultural frameworks to issues of gender in introductory psychology textbooks. Sex Roles, 69, 536-542. DOI 10.1007/s11199-013-0289-9 PDF
Rose, S. M. (2013). Confronting the enemy within. Review of Lean In: Women, work and the will to lead by Sheryl Sandberg. PsychCritiques, 58 (45), Article 8, pp. 1-5. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/a0034744PDF
Eaton, A. A. & Rose, S. M. (2012) Scripts for actual first date and hanging out encounters among young heterosexual Hispanic adults. Sex Roles, 67, 285-299. DOI: 10.1007/s11199-012-0190-y PDF
Eagly, A. H., Eaton, A. A., Rose, S. M., Riger, S., & McHugh, M. (2012) Feminism and Psychology: Analysis of a half-century of research on women and gender. AmericanPsychologist, 67, 211-230. DOI: 10.1037/a0027260 PDF
Rose, S. M., & Eaton, A. (2012). Lesbian love, sex, and relationships. In D. Castaneda & M. Paludi (Eds.). An Essential Handbook of Women’s Sexuality, V. 2: Diversity, Health and Violence. New York: Praeger. PDF
Eaton, A., & Rose, S. M. (2011). Has dating become more egalitarian? A 35 Year review using Sex Roles. Sex Roles, 64, 843-862, DOI: 10.1007/s11199-011-9957-9 PDF
Rose, S. M. & Danner, M. (2010) Money matters: the art of negotiating the academic contract for women. In M. E. Lenning, Brightman, S., & S. Caringella (Eds.), A guide to surviving a career in academia: Navigating the rites of passage (pp. 33-56). NY: Routledge. PDF
Lewis, R. J., Derlega, V. J., Brown, D., Rose, S., & Henson, J.M. (2009). Sexual minority stress, depressive symptoms, and sexual orientation conflict: Focus on the experiences of bisexuals. Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 28, 971-992. PDF
Rose, S. (2009). The protest as teaching technique for promoting feminist activism. In R. D. Crabtree, D.A. Sapp, & A. C. Licona. (Eds.). Feminist pedagogy: Looking back to move forward (pp. 171-175). Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. [Reprinting of 1989 article]. PDF
Rose, S.M. (2009). Dating. In H. T. Reis & S. Sprecher (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Human Relationships. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. PDF
Hospital, M. & Rose, S. M. (2008). Exploding Stereotypes and Moving Forward: LGBT Research has a New Look. Book review of Handbook of Counseling and Psychotherapy with Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Clients, (2nd Ed.) and Sexual Orientation and Mental Health: Examining Identity and Development in Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual People. Sex Roles, 58 (11-12), 891-893. PDF
Rose, S. M. (2007). Enjoying the returns: Women’s friendships after 50. In V. Muhlbauer & J. Chrisler (Eds.), Women Over 50: Psychological Perspectives (pp. 112-130). New York: Springer. PDF
Morcillo, A. & Rose, S.M. (2007). Gender and Women’s Studies across cultures: Internationalizing Women’s Studies at Florida International University. In Many Floridas: Women envisioning change (pp. 111-118). J.A. Hayden, S. K. Masters, R. L. S. Ovist, & K. Vaz (Eds.). Cambridge, England: Cambridge Scholar’s Press. PDF
Rose, S. M. & Hall, R. (Eds.) (2005). Innovations in Lesbian Research. Special section of the Psychology of Women Quarterly, 29, 119-187.
Usui, C., Rose, S., & Kageyama, R. (2003). Women, institutions, and leadership in Japan. Asian Perspectives, 27, 85-123.PDF
Rose, S. M. (2003). Community interventions concerning homophobic violence and partner violence against lesbians. Journal of Lesbian Studies, 7, 125-139. PDF
Rose, S. M. (2003). Crossing the color line in women’s friendship. In J. Chrisler, C. Golden & P. Rozee (Eds.) Lectures on the Psychology of Women (3rd edition) (pp. 254-274). Updated chapter.
Rose, S. M. & Mechanic, M. (2002). Psychological distress, crime features, and help-seeking behaviors related to homophobic bias incidents, American Behavioral Scientist, 46, 14-26. PDF
Rose, S.M. (Ed.) 2002. Lesbian love and relationships (Special issue). Journal of Lesbian Studies, 6(1). Also published simultaneously as a book by Haworth Press, NY.
Krakauer, I., & Rose, S. M. (2002). The impact of group membership on lesbians’ physical appearance. Journal of Lesbian Studies, 6(1), 31-44. PDF
Fjellman, S., & Rose, S. (Eds.) (2002). Interdisciplinary teaching and learning. Journal for the Art of Teaching, XI, No. 1, (138 pages).
Lewis, R., Morris, L., Berndt, A., Derlega, V., & Rose, S. (2002). An empirical analysis of stressors for gay men and lesbians. Journal of Homosexuality, 42, 63-88. PDF
Murray, S., Crow, M., & Rose, S. 2001. Retention of Female Faculty Members. Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education, Albuquerque, NM, June. PDF
Rose, S. (2000). Heterosexism and the study of women’s romantic and friend relationships. Journal of Social Issues, 56, 315-328. Issue received the Distinguished Publication Award, Association for Women in Psychology, 2001. PDF
West, C., & Rose, S. (2000). Dating aggression among African Americans: An examination of gender differences and adversarial beliefs. Violence Against Women, 6(5), 470-494. PDF
Rose, S., & Zand, D. (2000). Lesbian dating and courtship from young adulthood to midlife. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 11(2-3), 77-104. Reprinted in Journal of Lesbian Studies, 2002, 6(1). PDF
Rose, S. (2000). Love. In B. Zimmerman (Ed.), Lesbian Life and Culture (pp. 480-482). New York: Garland.
Rose, S. (2000). Crossing the color line in women’s friendships. In J. C. Chrisler, C. Golden, P. D. Rozee (Eds.), Lectures on the psychology of women (2nd ed.) (pp. 235-254). New York: McGraw Hill.
Rose, S., & Danner, M. (1998). Money matters: The art of negotiation for women faculty. In L. Collins, J. Chrisler, & K. Quina (Eds.), Arming Athena: Career strategies for academic women (157-186). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Rose, S. (1998). Searching for the meaning of AIDS: Issues affecting seropositive Black gay men. In V. Derlega and A. Barbee (Eds.), HIV and social interaction. (pp. 56-82). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Winstead, B., Derlega, V., & Rose, S. (1997). Gender and relationships. Thousand Oaks, Sage. PDF
Rose, S. (1996.) Who to let in: Women’s cross-race friendships. In J. Chrisler, C. Golden, and P. Rozee (Eds.), Lectures on the psychology of women (pp. 211-228). New York: McGraw Hill. Book received the 1997 Association for Women in Psychology Distinguished Publication Award.
Hall, R., & Rose, S. (1996). Friendships between African-American and White lesbians. In J. Weinstock and E. Rothblum (Eds.), Lesbian friendships (pp. 165-191). New York: New York University Press. PDF
Rose, S. (1996). Women’s friendships. In J. Chrisler and A. Hemstreet (Eds.), Variations on a theme: Diversity and the psychology of women (pp. 79-106). New York: SUNY Press. PDF
Rose, S. (1996). Integrating lesbian studies into the feminist psychology classroom. In B. Zimmerman and T. A. H. McNaron (Eds). The new lesbian studies: Into the twenty-first century (pp. 108-114). New York: Feminist Press. PDF
Rose, S. (1996). Lesbian and gay love scripts. In E. Rothblum and L. Bond (Eds.), Preventing heterosexism and homophobia (pp. 151-173). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Book received the 1997 Gustav Meyers Award for Human Rights. PDF
Klinkenberg, D., & Rose, S. (1994). Dating scripts of lesbians and gay men. Journal of Homosexuality, 26(4), 23-35. PDF
Rose, S. (1994). Sexual pride and shame in lesbians. In B. Greene & G. Herek (Eds.) Contemporary issues in gay and lesbian psychology. Vol. 1. (pp. 71-83). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. PDF
Rose, S. (1994). Lesbians and gay men on the job. Book review of Homosexual issues in the workplace. Contemporary Psychology, 39, 8, 832-833. PDF
Stake, J. E., & Rose, S. (1994). The long-term impact of Women’s Studies on students’ personal lives and political activism. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 18, 403-412. PDF
Stake, J. E., Roades, L., Rose, S., Ellis, L., & West, C. (1994). The Women’s Studies experience: Impetus for feminist activism. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 18, 17-24. PDF
Rose, S., & Frieze, I. H. (1993). Young singles’ contemporary dating scripts. Sex Roles, 28, 1-11. PDF
Rose, S., Zand, D., & Cini, M. (1993). Lesbian courtship scripts. In E. Rothblum and K. A. Brehony (Eds.), The Boston marriage today: Romantic but asexual relationships between lesbians (pp. 70-85). Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts. PDF
Rose, S. (1993). Women, gender, and drugs. In S. Decker, R. Wright, & R. Rosenfeld, (Eds.) Drug education across the curriculum (pp. 200-220). Saratoga, CA: R & E Publishers.
Rose, S. (1991). The contribution of Alice Miller to feminist therapy. Women and Therapy, 11(2), 41-53. PDF
Rose, S., & Frieze, I. H. (1989). Young singles’ scripts for a first date. Gender and Society, 3, 258-268. PDF
Rose, S. (1989). Women biologists and the “Old Boy” network. International Women’s Studies Forum, 12, 349-354. PDF
Rose, S. (1989). The protest as a teaching technique for promoting feminist activism. NWSA Journal, 1, 468-490. PDF
Larwood, L., Szwajkowski, E., & Rose, S. (1988). Sex and race discrimination resulting from manager-client relationships: Applying the rational bias theory of managerial discrimination. Sex Roles, 18 (1/2), 9-29. PDF
Rose, S., & Larwood, L. (Eds.) (1988). Women’s careers: Pathways and pitfalls. New York: Praeger.
Rose, S., & Larwood, L. (1988). Charting women’s careers: Current issues and research. In S. Rose and L. Larwood (Eds.), Women’s careers: Pathways and pitfalls (pp. 3-21). New York: Praeger. PDF
Larwood, L., Szwajkowski, E., & Rose, S. (1988). When discrimination makes “sense”–The rational bias theory of discrimination. In B. A. Gutek, A. H. Stromberg, & L. Larwood (Eds.), Women and work: An annual review, Vol. 3. (pp. 265-288). Beverly Hills: Sage. PDF
Rose, S., & Roades, L. (1987). Feminism and women’s friendships. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 11, 243-354. PDF
Rose, S., & Serafica, F. C. (1986). Keeping and ending best, close, and casual friendships. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 3, 275-88. PDF
Rose, S. (Ed.). (1986). Career guide for women scholars. New York: Springer. Received the 1996 Book of the Year Award from the American Journal of Nursing.
Rose, S. (1986.) Building a professional network. In S. Rose (Ed.), Career guide for women scholars (pp. 46-56). New York: Springer.
Stake, J. E., & Rose, S. (1986).Making the difference for college women: The development of career confidence. Feminist Teacher, 1(4), 16-20. PDF
Yoder, J. D., West, R., & Rose, S. (1986). Using microcomputers to enhance students’ interest in statistics and other psychology courses. Social Science Computer Review, 4, 371-374. PDF
Rose, S. (1985). Professional networks of junior faculty in psychology. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 12(4), 19-22. PDF
Rose, S. (1985). Is romance dysfunctional? International Journal of Women’s Studies, 8(3), 250-265. PDF
Rose, S. (1985). Same- and cross-sex friendships and the psychology of homosociality. Sex Roles, 12(1/2), 63-74. PDF
Rose, S., & Sork, V. (1984). Teaching female sexuality. Women’s Studies Quarterly, 12(4), 19-22. PDF
Rose, S. (1984). How friendships end: Patterns among young adults. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 3, 267-277. PDF
Serafica, F. C., & Rose, S. (1982). Parents’ sex role attitudes and children’s concepts of femininity and masculinity. In J. Downing, I. Gross, and A. d’Heurle (Eds.), Sex role attitudes and cultural change (pp. 11-24). Holland: D. Reidel Publishing. PDF
McHugh, M.C., Rose, S. M., & Frieze, I. H. (1981). Instructor’s manual for Women and Sex Roles: A social psychological perspective. New York: W.W. Norton & Co.