Dr Keon West
Dr Keon West
Reader in Social Psychology, Goldsmiths, University of London
Verified email at gold.ac.uk - Homepage
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Influence of Time to Change's social marketing interventions on stigma in England 2009-2011
S Evans-Lacko, E Malcolm, K West, D Rose, J London, N Rüsch, K Little, ...
The British Journal of Psychiatry 202 (s55), s77-s88, 2013
Out‐group trust, intergroup anxiety, and out‐group attitude as mediators of the effect of imagined intergroup contact on intergroup behavioral tendencies
RN Turner, K West, Z Christie
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 43, E196-E205, 2013
Enhancing imagined contact to reduce prejudice against people with schizophrenia
K West, E Holmes, M Hewstone
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 14 (3), 407-428, 2011
Behavioural consequences of imagining intergroup contact with stigmatized outgroups
RN Turner, K West
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 15 (2), 193-202, 2012
Using extended contact to improve physiological responses and behavior toward people with schizophrenia
K West, R Turner
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 50, 57-64, 2014
Culture and contact in the promotion and reduction of anti-gay prejudice: Evidence from Jamaica and Britain
K West, M Hewstone
Journal of homosexuality 59 (1), 44-66, 2012
Nice and easy does it: How perceptual fluency moderates the effectiveness of imagined contact
K West, S Bruckmüller
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 49 (2), 254-262, 2013
Predictors of prejudice against lesbians and gay men in Jamaica
K West, NM Cowell
The Journal of Sex Research 52 (3), 296-305, 2015
Intergroup contact and prejudice against people with schizophrenia
K West, M Hewstone, S Lolliot
The Journal of social psychology 154 (3), 217-232, 2014
Applying imagined contact to improve physiological responses in anticipation of intergroup interactions and the perceived quality of these interactions
K West, R Turner, L Levita
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 45 (8), 425-436, 2015
Imagined contact works in high-prejudice contexts: Investigating imagined contact’s effects on anti-gay prejudice in Cyprus and Jamaica
K West, S Husnu, G Lipps
Sexuality Research and Social Policy 12 (1), 60-69, 2015
Relatively socially acceptable prejudice within and between societies
K West, M Hewstone
Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology 22 (3), 269-282, 2012
The role of labeling and bias in the portrayals of acts of “terrorism”: Media representations of Muslims vs. non-Muslims
K West, J Lloyd
Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs 37 (2), 211-222, 2017
Naked and unashamed: Investigations and applications of the effects of naturist activities on body image, self-esteem, and life satisfaction
K West
Journal of Happiness Studies 19 (3), 677-697, 2018
Using mental imagery to promote positive intergroup relations.
S Stathi, RJ Crisp, RN Turner, K West, MD Birtel
Nova Science Publishers, 2012
Imagined contact can be more effective for participants with stronger initial prejudices
K West, V Hotchin, C Wood
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 47 (5), 282-292, 2017
How gender and race stereotypes impact the advancement of scholars in STEM: Professors’ biased evaluations of physics and biology post-doctoral candidates
AA Eaton, JF Saunders, RK Jacobson, K West
Sex Roles 82 (3-4), 127-141, 2020
Contact with counter-stereotypical women predicts less sexism, less rape myth acceptance, less intention to rape (in men) and less projected enjoyment of rape (in women)
M Taschler, K West
Sex roles 76 (7-8), 473-484, 2017
Rethinking ‘mental health stigma’
K West, M Hewstone, EA Holmes
European journal of public health 20 (2), 131-132, 2010
Degenerative disc disease of the lumbar spine on MRI
W West, KP West, EN Younger, D Cornwall
West Indian Med J 59 (2), 192-5, 2010
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