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Lydia Hayward
Lydia Hayward
Behavioural Insights Team
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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
1492017
Weight stigma predicts poorer psychological well‐being through internalized weight bias and maladaptive coping responses
LE Hayward, LR Vartanian, RT Pinkus
Obesity 26 (4), 755-761, 2018
742018
Activation patterns during action observation are modulated by context in mirror system areas
P Molenberghs, L Hayward, JB Mattingley, R Cunnington
Neuroimage 59 (1), 608-615, 2012
582012
Applying the contact hypothesis to anti-fat attitudes: Contact with overweight people is related to how we interact with our bodies and those of others
A Alperin, MJ Hornsey, LE Hayward, PC Diedrichs, FK Barlow
Social Science & Medicine 123, 37-44, 2014
542014
How negative contact and positive contact with Whites predict collective action among racial and ethnic minorities
LE Hayward, LR Tropp, MJ Hornsey, FK Barlow
British Journal of Social Psychology 57 (1), 1-20, 2018
532018
Risk and resiliency factors related to body dissatisfaction and disordered eating: The identity disruption model
LR Vartanian, LE Hayward, JM Smyth, SJ Paxton, SW Touyz
International Journal of Eating Disorders 51 (4), 322-330, 2018
462018
Stronger sexual desires only predict bold romantic intentions and reported infidelity when self‐control is low
JC McIntyre, FK Barlow, LE Hayward
Australian Journal of Psychology 67 (3), 178-186, 2015
292015
How might childhood adversity predict adult psychological distress? Applying the identity disruption model to understanding depression and anxiety disorders
LE Hayward, LR Vartanian, C Kwok, JM Newby
Journal of Affective Disorders 265, 112-119, 2020
232020
Potential unintended consequences of graphic warning labels on sugary drinks: do they promote obesity stigma?
LE Hayward, LR Vartanian
Obesity Science & Practice 5 (4), 333-341, 2019
232019
Why do we hold mixed emotions about racial out-groups? A case for affect matching
FK Barlow, MJ Hornsey, LE Hayward, CA Houkamau, J Kang, P Milojev, ...
Psychological Science 30 (6), 917-929, 2019
232019
Coping with weight stigma: Development and validation of a Brief Coping Responses Inventory
LE Hayward, LR Vartanian, RT Pinkus
Obesity Science & Practice 3 (4), 373-383, 2017
182017
Self-concept clarity and body dissatisfaction
LR Vartanian, LE Hayward
Self-Concept Clarity, 195-218, 2017
142017
Weight stigma predicts poorer psychological well-being through internalized weight bias and maladaptive coping responses. Obesity, 26 (4), 755-761
LE Hayward, LR Vartanian, RT Pinkus
122018
Positive and negative intergroup contact predict Black and White Americans' judgments about police violence against Black Americans
LE Hayward, MJ Hornsey, LR Tropp, FK Barlow
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 47 (11), 605-615, 2017
122017
Discussing weight with patients with overweight: Supportive (not stigmatizing) conversations increase compliance intentions and health motivation.
LE Hayward, S Neang, S Ma, LR Vartanian
Stigma and Health 5 (1), 53, 2020
112020
Dimensions of internalization relevant to the identity disruption model of body dissatisfaction
LR Vartanian, LE Hayward
Body Image 32, 1-4, 2020
82020
Weight stigma predicts poorer psychological well-being through internalized weight bias and maladaptive coping responses. Obesity. 2018; 26: 755-61
LE Hayward, LR Vartanian, RT Pinkus
6
Pre-experimental familiarization increases hippocampal activity for both targets and lures in recognition memory: an fMRI study
GI de Zubicaray, KL McMahon, L Hayward, JC Dunn
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 23 (12), 4164-4173, 2011
42011
Investigating positive and negative intergroup contact in majority and minority groups
L Hayward
22016
Incorporating physical appearance into one’s sense of self: Self-concept clarity, thin-ideal internalization, and appearance-self integration
LR Vartanian, LE Hayward, JJ Carter
Self and Identity, 1-16, 2022
2022
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