Kathleen Bogart
Kathleen Bogart
Associate Professor, Oregon State University, School of Psychological Science
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The role of disability self-concept in adaptation to congenital or acquired disability
KR Bogart
Rehabilitation Psychology 59 (1), 107-115, 2014
1692014
Facial mimicry is not necessary to recognize emotion: Facial expression recognition by people with Moebius syndrome
KR Bogart, D Matsumoto
Social Neuroscience 5 (2), 241-251, 2010
1322010
Disability identity predicts lower anxiety and depression in multiple sclerosis.
KR Bogart
Rehabilitation Psychology 60 (1), 105, 2015
802015
Living with Moebius syndrome: Adjustment, social competence, and satisfaction with life
KR Bogart, D Matsumoto
The Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Journal 47 (2), 134-142, 2010
762010
Compensatory expressive behavior for facial paralysis: adaptation to congenital or acquired disability.
KR Bogart, L Tickle-Degnen, N Ambady
Rehabilitation psychology 57 (1), 43-51, 2012
612012
Social interaction experiences of adults with Moebius Syndrome: A focus group
KR Bogart, L Tickle-Degnen, MS Joffe
Journal of Health Psychology 17 (8), 1212-1222, 2012
482012
Disability pride protects self-esteem through the rejection-identification model.
KR Bogart, EM Lund, A Rottenstein
Rehabilitation psychology 63 (1), 155, 2018
452018
Is apathy a valid and meaningful symptom or syndrome in Parkinson's disease? A critical review.
KR Bogart
Health Psychology 30 (4), 386-400, 2011
442011
Thin Slice Judgments in the Clinical Context
ML Slepian, KR Bogart, N Ambady
Annual Review of Clinical Psychology 10, 131-153, 2014
422014
Who self-identifies as disabled? An examination of impairment and contextual predictors.
KR Bogart, A Rottenstein, EM Lund, L Bouchard
Rehabilitation Psychology 62 (4), 553, 2017
392017
Health-related quality of life among adults with diverse rare disorders
KR Bogart, VL Irvin
Orphanet journal of rare diseases 12 (1), 1-9, 2017
342017
Communicating without the face: Holistic perception of emotions of people with facial paralysis
KR Bogart, L Tickle-Degnen, N Ambady
Basic and Applied Social Psychology 36 (4), 309-320, 2014
342014
Ableism special issue introduction
KR Bogart, DS Dunn
Journal of Social Issues 75 (3), 650-664, 2019
322019
The unfairness of it all: Exploring the role of injustice appraisals in rehabilitation outcomes.
KR Monden, Z Trost, W Scott, KR Bogart, S Driver
Rehabilitation psychology 61 (1), 44, 2016
312016
“People are all about appearances”: A Focus group of teenagers with Moebius syndrome.
KR Bogart
Journal of Health Psychology., 2014
292014
Physical activity participation of disabled children: A systematic review of conceptual and methodological approaches in health research
SM Ross, KR Bogart, SW Logan, L Case, J Fine, H Thompson
Frontiers in public health 4, 187, 2016
282016
Toy-based technologies for children with disabilities simultaneously supporting self-directed mobility, participation, and function: a tech report
SW Logan, HA Feldner, KR Bogart, B Goodwin, SM Ross, MA Catena, ...
Frontiers in Robotics and AI 4, 7, 2017
232017
Teaching about disability in psychology: An analysis of disability curricula in US undergraduate psychology programs
NM Rosa, KR Bogart, AK Bonnett, MC Estill, CE Colton
Teaching of Psychology 43 (1), 59-62, 2016
232016
Training in compensatory strategies enhances rapport in interactions involving people with M÷bius syndrome
J Michael, K Bogart, K TylÚn, J Krueger, M Bech, JR ěstergaard, ...
Frontiers in Neurology 6, 213, 2015
192015
Looking beyond the face: A training to improve perceivers’ impressions of people with facial paralysis
KR Bogart, L Tickle-Degnen
Patient education and counseling 98 (2), 251-256, 2015
172015
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