Elise Holland
Elise Holland
Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences, University of Melbourne
Email verificata su 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
4872012
Worth the weight: The objectification of overweight versus thin targets
E Holland, N Haslam
Psychology of Women Quarterly 37 (4), 462-468, 2013
732013
The psychology of humanness
N Haslam, S Loughnan, E Holland
Objectification and (de) humanization, 25-51, 2013
622013
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
602015
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
582017
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
572014
Attitudes towards asylum seekers: The Australian experience
N Haslam, E Holland
Peace psychology in Australia, 107-120, 2012
512012
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
412017
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
342018
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
302018
Cute little things: The objectification of prepubescent girls
E Holland, N Haslam
Psychology of Women Quarterly 40 (1), 108-119, 2016
272016
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
222018
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
172015
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
122013
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
72019
Intergroup metaphors.
N Haslam, E Holland, M Stratemeyer
Peter Lang Publishing, 2016
42016
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
32020
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
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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