Her Psychiatry study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Stigma (botany). Her study in Dysfunctional family extends to Clinical psychology with its themes. She performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Human physical appearance and Beauty via her papers. Beauty and Human physical appearance are two areas of study in which Rachel M. Calogero engages in interdisciplinary work. Her study ties her expertise on Feeling together with the subject of Epistemology. Her Epistemology research extends to Feeling, which is thematically connected. Developmental psychology is frequently linked to Self worth in her study. Her Self worth study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Self-esteem. She performs integrative study on Self-esteem and Anxiety.
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A Test Of Objectification Theory: The Effect Of The Male Gaze On Appearance Concerns In College Women
Rachel M. Calogero.
Psychology of Women Quarterly (2004)
Development and validation of the Sociocultural Attitudes Towards Appearance Questionnaire-4 (SATAQ-4).
Lauren M. Schaefer;Natasha L. Burke;J. Kevin Thompson;Robert F. Dedrick.
Psychological Assessment (2015)
The Role of Self-Objectification in the Experience of Women with Eating Disorders
Rachel M. Calogero;William N. Davis;J. Kevin Thompson.
Sex Roles (2005)
The Weight-Inclusive versus Weight-Normative Approach to Health: Evaluating the Evidence for Prioritizing Well-Being over Weight Loss
Tracy L. Tylka;Rachel A. Annunziato;Deb Burgard;Sigrún Daníelsdóttir.
Journal of Obesity (2014)
Self-subjugation among women: exposure to sexist ideology, self-objectification, and the protective function of the need to avoid closure.
Rachel M. Calogero;John T. Jost.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (2011)
Self-objectification in women: Causes, consequences, and counteractions.
Rachel M. Calogero;Stacey Tantleff-Dunn;J. Kevin Thompson.
Complimentary Weightism: The Potential Costs of Appearance-Related Commentary for Women's Self-Objectification:
Rachel M. Calogero;Sylvia Herbozo;J. Kevin Thompson.
Psychology of Women Quarterly (2009)
Potential implications of the objectification of women's bodies for women's sexual satisfaction.
Rachel M. Calogero;J. Kevin Thompson.
Body Image (2009)
The developmental effects of media-ideal internalization and self-objectification processes on adolescents’ negative body-feelings, dietary restraint, and binge eating
Antonios Dakanalis;Giuseppe Carrà;Rachel Calogero;Roberta Fida.
European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (2015)
Objectification Processes and Disordered Eating in British Women and Men
Rachel M. Calogero.
Journal of Health Psychology (2009)
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