Fiona Kate Barlow
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The contact caveat: Negative contact predicts increased prejudice more than positive contact predicts reduced prejudice
FK Barlow, S Paolini, A Pedersen, MJ Hornsey, HRM Radke, J Harwood, ...
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 38 (12), 1629-1643, 2012
5542012
Effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and nationwide lockdown on trust, attitudes toward government, and well-being.
CG Sibley, LM Greaves, N Satherley, MS Wilson, NC Overall, CHJ Lee, ...
American Psychologist, 2020
2442020
Nations' income inequality predicts ambivalence in stereotype content: How societies mind the gap
F Durante, ST Fiske, N Kervyn, AJC Cuddy, A Akande, BE Adetoun, ...
British Journal of Social Psychology 52 (4), 726-746, 2013
2002013
Parasite stress and pathogen avoidance relate to distinct dimensions of political ideology across 30 nations
JM Tybur, Y Inbar, L Aarĝe, P Barclay, FK Barlow, M De Barra, DV Becker, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (44), 12408-12413, 2016
1342016
Rejected! Cognitions of rejection and intergroup anxiety as mediators of the impact of cross‐group friendships on prejudice
FK Barlow, WR Louis, M Hewstone
British journal of social psychology 48 (3), 389-405, 2009
1272009
Weight stigma in maternity care: women’s experiences and care providers’ attitudes
K Mulherin, YD Miller, FK Barlow, PC Diedrichs, R Thompson
BMC pregnancy and childbirth 13 (1), 1-13, 2013
1232013
Toward a comprehensive understanding of intergroup contact: Descriptions and mediators of positive and negative contact among majority and minority groups
LE Hayward, LR Tropp, MJ Hornsey, FK Barlow
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 43 (3), 347-364, 2017
1052017
Facebook is linked to body dissatisfaction: Comparing users and non-users
S Stronge, LM Greaves, P Milojev, T West-Newman, FK Barlow, ...
Sex Roles 73 (5), 200-213, 2015
982015
Atoning for colonial injustices: Group-based shame and guilt motivate support for reparation
JA Allpress, FK Barlow, R Brown, WR Louis
International Journal of Conflict and Violence (IJCV) 4 (1), 75-88, 2010
982010
How to lose weight bias fast! Evaluating a brief anti‐weight bias intervention
PC Diedrichs, FK Barlow
British journal of health psychology 16 (4), 846-861, 2011
902011
Social connectedness improves public mental health: Investigating bidirectional relationships in the New Zealand attitudes and values survey
AK Saeri, T Cruwys, FK Barlow, S Stronge, CG Sibley
Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 52 (4), 365-374, 2018
832018
Minority report: Social identity, cognitions of rejection and intergroup anxiety predicting prejudice from one racially marginalized group towards another
FK Barlow, WR Louis, DJ Terry
European Journal of Social Psychology 40 (5), 805-818, 2010
822010
Theory to social action: A university‐based strategy targeting prejudice against Aboriginal Australians
A Pedersen, FK Barlow
Australian Psychologist 43 (3), 148-159, 2008
792008
Rejection as a call to arms: Inter‐racial hostility and support for political action as outcomes of race‐based rejection in majority and minority groups
FK Barlow, CG Sibley, MJ Hornsey
British Journal of Social Psychology 51 (1), 167-177, 2012
782012
An investigation of positive and negative contact as predictors of intergroup attitudes in the United States, Hong Kong, and Thailand
P Techakesari, FK Barlow, MJ Hornsey, B Sung, M Thai, JLY Chak
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 46 (3), 454-468, 2015
752015
& Sibley, CG (2012). The contact caveat negative contact predicts increased prejudice more than positive contact predicts reduced prejudice
FK Barlow, S Paolini, A Pedersen, MJ Hornsey, HR Radke, J Harwood
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 38 (12), 1629-1643, 0
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Whites for racial justice: How contact with Black Americans predicts support for collective action among White Americans
HP Selvanathan, P Techakesari, LR Tropp, FK Barlow
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 21 (6), 893-912, 2018
642018
Bringing back the system: One reason why conservatives are happier than liberals is that higher socioeconomic status gives them access to more group memberships
J Jetten, SA Haslam, FK Barlow
Social Psychological and Personality Science 4 (1), 6-13, 2013
592013
Ubiquity of whiteness in majority group national imagination: Australian= White, but New Zealander does not
CG Sibley, FK Barlow
Australian Journal of Psychology 61 (3), 119-127, 2009
562009
A dual process model of attitudes towards immigration: person× residential area effects in a national sample
CG Sibley, J Duckitt, R Bergh, D Osborne, R Perry, F Asbrock, ...
Political Psychology 34 (4), 553-572, 2013
542013
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