Elise Holland
Elise Holland
Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences, University of Melbourne
Verified email at unimelb.edu.au
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Categories versus dimensions in personality and psychopathology: a quantitative review of taxometric research
N Haslam, E Holland, P Kuppens
Psychological medicine 42 (5), 903, 2012
4472012
Worth the weight: The objectification of overweight versus thin targets
E Holland, N Haslam
Psychology of Women Quarterly 37 (4), 462-468, 2013
702013
The psychology of humanness
N Haslam, S Loughnan, E Holland
Objectification and (de) humanization, 25-51, 2013
592013
Exploring the role of culture in sexual objectification: A seven nations study
S Loughnan, S Fernandez-Campos, J Vaes, G Anjum, M Aziz, C Harada, ...
Revue internationale de psychologie sociale 28 (1), 125-152, 2015
562015
The not‐so‐common‐wealth of Australia: Evidence for a cross‐cultural desire for a more equal distribution of wealth
MI Norton, DT Neal, CL Govan, D Ariely, E Holland
Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy 14 (1), 339-351, 2014
532014
Attitudes towards asylum seekers: The Australian experience
N Haslam, E Holland
Peace psychology in Australia, 107-120, 2012
492012
Sexual objectification in women's daily lives: A smartphone ecological momentary assessment study
E Holland, P Koval, M Stratemeyer, F Thomson, N Haslam
British Journal of Social Psychology 56 (2), 314-333, 2017
482017
Visual attention to powerful postures: People avert their gaze from nonverbal dominance displays
E Holland, EB Wolf, C Looser, A Cuddy
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 68, 60-67, 2017
392017
Social media is not real life: The effect of attaching disclaimer-type labels to idealized social media images on women’s body image and mood
J Fardouly, E Holland
New media & society 20 (11), 4311-4328, 2018
272018
Cute little things: The objectification of prepubescent girls
E Holland, N Haslam
Psychology of Women Quarterly 40 (1), 108-119, 2016
262016
Revisiting the Jezebel stereotype: The impact of target race on sexual objectification
JR Anderson, E Holland, C Heldreth, SP Johnson
Psychology of Women Quarterly 42 (4), 461-476, 2018
212018
iObjectify: Self‐and other‐objectification on Grindr, a geosocial networking application designed for men who have sex with men
JR Anderson, E Holland, Y Koc, N Haslam
European Journal of Social Psychology 48 (5), 600-613, 2018
192018
The legacy of medicalising ‘homosexuality’: A discussion on the historical effects of non-heterosexual diagnostic classifications
JR Anderson, E Holland
Sensoria 11 (1), 4-15, 2015
162015
Cultural differences in perceived coherence of the self and ingroup: AJ apan–A ustralia comparison
S Tsukamoto, E Holland, N Haslam, M Karasawa, Y Kashima
Asian Journal of Social Psychology 18 (1), 83-89, 2015
132015
Essentialism and entitativity across cultures
N Haslam, E Holland, M Karasawa
Culture and group processes, 17-37, 2013
102013
Intergroup metaphors.
N Haslam, E Holland, M Stratemeyer
Peter Lang Publishing, 2016
42016
How does it feel to be treated like an object? Direct and indirect effects of exposure to sexual objectification on women’s emotions in daily life.
P Koval, E Holland, MJ Zyphur, M Stratemeyer, JM Knight, NH Bailen, ...
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 116 (6), 885, 2019
32019
Kittens, pigs, rats, and apes: The psychology of animal metaphors
N Haslam, E Holland, M Stratemeyer
Why we love and exploit animals: Bridging insights from academia and …, 2020
22020
Exposing digital posing: The effect of social media self-disclaimer captions on women’s body dissatisfaction, mood, and impressions of the user
J Livingston, E Holland, J Fardouly
Body Image 32, 150-154, 2020
12020
Sensoria special edition on sexual orientation and gender
J Anderson, E Holland
Swinburne University of Technology* Faculty of Health, Arts and Design 11 (1), 1, 2015
12015
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