Greg Walton

2000-2005 Psychology Yale University, New Haven, CT 
 2006-2008 Psychology University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON, Canada 
 2008- Psychology Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
"Greg Walton"
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Brady ST, Cohen GL, Jarvis SN, et al. (2020) A brief social-belonging intervention in college improves adult outcomes for black Americans. Science Advances. 6: eaay3689
Sparkman G, Weitz E, Robinson TN, et al. (2020) Developing a Scalable Dynamic Norm Menu-Based Intervention to Reduce Meat Consumption Sustainability. 12: 2453
Walton GM, Yeager DS. (2020) Seed and Soil: Psychological Affordances in Contexts Help to Explain Where Wise Interventions Succeed or Fail Current Directions in Psychological Science. 29: 219-226
Chang F, Luo M, Walton G, et al. (2019) Stereotype Threat in Virtual Learning Environments: Effects of Avatar Gender and Sexist Behavior on Women's Math Learning Outcomes. Cyberpsychology, Behavior and Social Networking
Haimovitz K, Dweck CS, Walton GM. (2019) Preschoolers Find Ways to Resist Temptation After Learning That Willpower Can Be Energizing. Developmental Science. e12905
Yeager DS, Hanselman P, Walton GM, et al. (2019) A national experiment reveals where a growth mindset improves achievement. Nature
Goyer JP, Cohen GL, Cook JE, et al. (2019) Targeted identity-safety interventions cause lasting reductions in discipline citations among negatively stereotyped boys. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
Sparkman G, Walton GM. (2019) Witnessing change: Dynamic norms help resolve diverse barriers to personal change Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 82: 238-252
Walton GM, Wilson TD. (2018) Wise interventions: Psychological remedies for social and personal problems. Psychological Review. 125: 617-655
O'Keefe PA, Dweck CS, Walton GM. (2018) Implicit Theories of Interest: Finding Your Passion or Developing It? Psychological Science. 956797618780643
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