Christopher Jenkins

Victoria Cosgrove1
Natalie Whiteford1
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Four studies were conducted to test the hypothesis that group-related physical features may directly activate related stereotypes, leading to more stereotypic inferences over and above those resulting from categorization. As predicted, targets with more Afrocentric features were judged as more likely to have traits stereotypic of African Americans. This(More)
BACKGROUND Global public health today faces new challenges and is impacted by a range of actors from within and outside state boundaries. The diversity of the actors involved has created challenges and a complex environment that requires a new context-tailored global approach. The World Federation of Public Health Associations has embarked on a(More)
  • Linda Craighead, Victoria Cosgrove, Rebecca Gaffney-Brown, Christopher Jenkins, Charles Judd, Gary Mcclelland +14 others
  • 2010
The article reports the results of three studies that compare the effects of experien-tial avoidance and rumination on depression among college students. Study 1 (N = 748) evaluated the cross-sectional association among rumination, experiential avoidance, and depression. Study 2 (N = 887) was a replication of Study 1. In Study 3, a subsample of 72 females(More)
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