Paula Brochu
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Understanding the relations between different forms of racial prejudice: A cognitive consistency perspective
B Gawronski, KR Peters, PM Brochu, F Strack
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 34 (5), 648-665, 2008
1992008
Implicit and explicit prejudice toward overweight and average-weight men and women: Testing their correspondence and relation to behavioral intentions
PM Brochu, MA Morrison
The Journal of Social Psychology 147 (6), 681-706, 2007
1362007
What's in a Name? The Effects of the Labels “Fat” Versus “Overweight” on Weight Bias1
PM Brochu, VM Esses
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 41 (8), 1981-2008, 2011
822011
Economic costs, economic benefits, and attitudes toward immigrants and immigration
VM Esses, PM Brochu, KR Dickson
Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy 12 (1), 133-137, 2012
562012
Would you like fries (380 calories) with that? Menu labeling mitigates the impact of weight-based stereotype threat on food choice
PM Brochu, JF Dovidio
Social Psychological and Personality Science 5 (4), 414-421, 2014
492014
Do media portrayals of obesity influence support for weight-related medical policy?
PM Brochu, RL Pearl, RM Puhl, KD Brownell
Health Psychology 33 (2), 197, 2014
492014
The integrative prejudice framework and different forms of weight prejudice: An analysis and expansion
PM Brochu, B Gawronski, VM Esses
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 14 (3), 429-444, 2011
402011
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, 678-695, 2015
332015
Cognitive consistency in prejudice-related belief systems: Integrating old-fashioned, modern, aversive and implicit forms of prejudice
B Gawronski, PM Brochu, R Sritharan, F Strack
Cognitive consistency: A fundamental principle in social cognition, 369-389, 2012
272012
Instagram: Friend or foe? The application’s association with psychological well-being
SB Mackson, PM Brochu, BA Schneider
New Media & Society 21 (10), 2160-2182, 2019
232019
An attitude of gratitude: The effects of body-focused gratitude on weight bias internalization and body image
J Dunaev, C Markey, PM Brochu
Body Image 25, 9-13, 2018
232018
Weight Prejudice and Medical Policy: Support for an Ambiguously Discriminatory Policy Is Influenced by Prejudice‐Colored Glasses
PM Brochu, VM Esses
Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy 9 (1), 117-133, 2009
232009
The uniqueness of the immigrant experience across Canada: A closer look at the Region of Waterloo
C Abu-Ayyash, P Brochu
Our Diverse Cities 2, 20-26, 2006
192006
Imagine that! The effect of counterstereotypic imagined intergroup contact on weight bias
JL Dunaev, PM Brochu, CH Markey
Health Psychology 37, 81-88, 2018
132018
Cognitive consistency and the relation between implicit and explicit prejudice: Reconceptualizing old-fashioned, modern, and aversive prejudice
PM Brochu, B Gawronski, VM Esses
The psychology of modern prejudice, 27-50, 2008
132008
Weight stigma and related social factors in psychological care.
PM Brochu, RL Pearl, LA Simontacchi
Psychological care in severe obesity: A practical and integrated approach, 42-60, 2018
112018
Barriers and strategies for the recruitment and retention of immigrants in London, Ontario
P Brochu, C Abu-Ayyash
Our Diverse Cities 2 (Summer), 27-30, 2006
102006
What’s weight go to do with it? Mental health trainees’ perceptions of a client with anorexia nervosa symptoms
LAS Veillette, JM Serrano, PM Brochu
Frontiers in Psychology, 2018
62018
Teaching clinical psychology trainees about weight bias
PM Brochu
Women & Therapy 42 (1-2), 191-199, 2019
52019
Understanding the relations between different forms of racial prejudice: The interplay of associative and propositional processes
B Gawronski, KR Peters, P Brochu, F Strack
Manuscript submitted for publication, 2006
52006
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