Joel Le Forestier
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Subjective identity concealability and the consequences of fearing identity-based judgment
JM Le Forestier, E Page-Gould, CK Lai, AL Chasteen
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 48 (3), 01461672211010038, 2022
Racial demographics explain the link between racial disparities in traffic stops and county-level racial attitudes
PD Ekstrom, J Le Forestier, CK Lai
Psychological Science, 2022
Where and with whom does a brief social-belonging intervention promote progress in college?
GM Walton, MC Murphy, C Logel, DS Yeager, JP Goyer, ST Brady, ...
Science 380 (6644), 499-505, 2023
Concealment stigma: The social costs of concealing
JM Le Forestier, E Page-Gould, AL Chasteen
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 101, 104340, 2022
Concealability beliefs facilitate navigating intergroup contexts
JM Le Forestier, E Page‐Gould, CK Lai, AL Chasteen
European Journal of Social Psychology, 2020
A social-belonging intervention benefits higher weight students’ weight stability and academic achievement
C Logel, JM Le Forestier, EB Witherspoon, O Fotuhi
Social Psychological and Personality Science 12 (6), 1048-1057, 2021
Age stereotypes and ageism as facets of subjective aging
AL Chasteen, JE Schiralli, JM Le Forestier, C Erentzen
Subjective views of aging: Theory, research, and practice, 229-247, 2022
Why is Concealment Associated with Health and Wellbeing? An Investigation of Fifteen Potential Mechanisms
J Le Forestier, E Chan, R Shephard, E Page-Gould, AL Chasteen
PsyArXiv, 2023
Which Identities Are Concealable? Individual Differences in Concealability
JM Le Forestier, E Page-Gould, AL Chasteen
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 01461672231198162, 2023
Prejudice Reduction through Intergroup Contact on Social Media
JM Le Forestier
University of Toronto (Canada), 2023
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