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Christine Logel
Christine Logel
Assistant Professor of Social Development Studies, Renison University College, University of Waterloo
Verified email at uwaterloo.ca
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Stereotype threat
SJ Spencer, C Logel, PG Davies
Annual review of psychology 67, 415-437, 2016
11772016
Two brief interventions to mitigate a “chilly climate” transform women’s experience, relationships, and achievement in engineering.
GM Walton, C Logel, JM Peach, SJ Spencer, MP Zanna
Journal of educational Psychology 107 (2), 468, 2015
6982015
Interacting with sexist men triggers social identity threat among female engineers.
C Logel, GM Walton, SJ Spencer, EC Iserman, W von Hippel, AE Bell
Journal of personality and social psychology 96 (6), 1089, 2009
4532009
The cost of lower self-esteem: testing a self-and social-bonds model of health.
DA Stinson, C Logel, MP Zanna, JG Holmes, JJ Cameron, JV Wood, ...
Journal of personality and social psychology 94 (3), 412, 2008
2622008
Stereotype threat and women's performance in engineering
AE Bell, SJ Spencer, E Iserman, CER Logel
Journal of Engineering Education 92 (4), 307-312, 2003
2122003
The perils of double consciousness: The role of thought suppression in stereotype threat
C Logel, EC Iserman, PG Davies, DM Quinn, SJ Spencer
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 45 (2), 299-312, 2009
1722009
The role of the self in physical health: Testing the effect of a values-affirmation intervention on weight loss
C Logel, GL Cohen
Psychological Science 23 (1), 53-55, 2012
1652012
Rewriting the self-fulfilling prophecy of social rejection: Self-affirmation improves relational security and social behavior up to 2 months later
DA Stinson, C Logel, S Shepherd, MP Zanna
Psychological science 22 (9), 1145-1149, 2011
1082011
Changes in effectiveness of cigarette health warnings over time in Canada and the United States, 2002–2011
SC Hitchman, P Driezen, C Logel, D Hammond, GT Fong
nicotine & tobacco research 16 (5), 536-543, 2014
1052014
The regulatory function of self-esteem: Testing the epistemic and acceptance signaling systems.
DA Stinson, C Logel, JG Holmes, JV Wood, AL Forest, D Gaucher, ...
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 99 (6), 993, 2010
942010
Perceived regard explains self-esteem differences in expressivity
D Gaucher, JV Wood, DA Stinson, AL Forest, JG Holmes, C Logel
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 38 (9), 1144-1156, 2012
892012
Self-affirmation as a deliberate coping strategy: The moderating role of choice
A Silverman, C Logel, GL Cohen
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 49 (1), 93-98, 2013
842013
Perceived risk and quitting behaviors: results from the ITC 4-country survey
MJ Costello, C Logel, GT Fong, MP Zanna, PW McDonald
American journal of health behavior 36 (5), 681-692, 2012
652012
Unleashing latent ability: Implications of stereotype threat for college admissions
CR Logel, GM Walton, SJ Spencer, J Peach, ZP Mark
Educational Psychologist 47 (1), 42-50, 2012
622012
Weight loss is not the answer: A well‐being solution to the “obesity problem”
C Logel, DA Stinson, PM Brochu
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 9 (12), 678-695, 2015
612015
Nagging doubts and a glimmer of hope: The role of implicit self-esteem in self-image maintenance
SJ Spencer, CH Jordan, CE Logel, MP Zanna
On building, defending and regulating the self: A psychological perspective …, 2005
582005
Nagging doubts and a glimmer of hope: The role of implicit self-esteem in self-image maintenance
SJ Spencer, CH Jordan, CE Logel, MP Zanna
On building, defending and regulating the self: A psychological perspective …, 2005
582005
A social-belonging intervention improves STEM outcomes for students who speak English as a second language
J LaCosse, EA Canning, NA Bowman, MC Murphy, C Logel
Science advances 6 (40), eabb6543, 2020
562020
“Interacting with sexist men triggers social identity threat among female engineers”: Correction.
C Logel, GM Walton, SJ Spencer, EC Iserman, W von Hippel, AE Bell
American Psychological Association 97 (4), 578, 2009
562009
“Interacting with sexist men triggers social identity threat among female engineers”: Correction.
C Logel, GM Walton, SJ Spencer, EC Iserman, W von Hippel, AE Bell
American Psychological Association 97 (4), 578, 2009
562009
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