Elise Kalokerinos
Elise Kalokerinos
Lecturer, Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences, University of Melbourne
Verified email at unimelb.edu.au - Homepage
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Stereotype threat among older employees: relationship with job attitudes and turnover intentions.
C von Hippel, EK Kalokerinos, JD Henry
Psychology and aging 28 (1), 17, 2013
Is stereotype threat a useful construct for organizational psychology research and practice?
EK Kalokerinos, C von Hippel, H Zacher
Industrial and Organizational Psychology 7 (3), 381-402, 2014
Reappraisal but not suppression downregulates the experience of positive and negative emotion.
EK Kalokerinos, KH Greenaway, TF Denson
Emotion 15 (3), 271, 2015
Don’t grin when you win: The social costs of positive emotion expression in performance situations.
EK Kalokerinos, KH Greenaway, DJ Pedder, EA Margetts
Emotion 14 (1), 180, 2014
The temporal deployment of emotion regulation strategies during negative emotional episodes.
EK Kalokerinos, M Résibois, P Verduyn, P Kuppens
Emotion 17 (3), 450, 2017
Why I don’t always know what I’m feeling: The role of stress in within-person fluctuations in emotion differentiation.
Y Erbas, E Ceulemans, EK Kalokerinos, M Houben, P Koval, ML Pe, ...
Journal of personality and social psychology 115 (2), 179, 2018
Mix it to fix it: Emotion regulation variability in daily life.
ES Blanke, A Brose, EK Kalokerinos, Y Erbas, M Riediger, P Kuppens
Emotion 20 (3), 473, 2020
Differentiate to regulate: Low negative emotion differentiation is associated with ineffective use but not selection of emotion-regulation strategies
EK Kalokerinos, Y Erbas, E Ceulemans, P Kuppens
Psychological Science, 2019
Job attitudes are differentially associated with bridge employment and phased retirement among older Australian employees
EK Kalokerinos, C von Hippel, JD Henry
Work, Aging and Retirement 1 (2), 190-201, 2015
Context is everything (in emotion research)
KH Greenaway, EK Kalokerinos, LA Williams
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 12 (6), e12393, 2018
Instrumental motives in negative emotion regulation in daily life: Frequency, consistency, and predictors.
EK Kalokerinos, M Tamir, P Kuppens
Emotion 17 (4), 648, 2017
Context shapes social judgments of positive emotion suppression and expression.
EK Kalokerinos, KH Greenaway, JP Casey
Emotion 17 (1), 169, 2017
Do the ends dictate the means in emotion regulation?
Y Millgram, G Sheppes, EK Kalokerinos, P Kuppens, M Tamir
Journal of experimental psychology: general 148 (1), 80, 2019
Age-based stereotype threat and work outcomes: Stress appraisals and rumination as mediators.
C von Hippel, EK Kalokerinos, K Haanterä, H Zacher
Psychology and Aging 34 (1), 68, 2019
When temporary employees are perceived as threatening: antecedents and consequences
C von Hippel, EK Kalokerinos
Leadership & Organization Development Journal, 2012
Stereotype threat and perceptions of family-friendly policies among female employees
C von Hippel, EK Kalokerinos, H Zacher
Frontiers in psychology 7, 2043, 2017
Measures of coping for psychological well-being
KH Greenaway, WR Louis, SL Parker, EK Kalokerinos, JR Smith, DJ Terry
Measures of personality and social psychological constructs, 322-351, 2015
Shame, guilt, and secrets on the mind.
ML Slepian, JN Kirby, EK Kalokerinos
Emotion 20 (2), 323, 2020
Suppress for success? Exploring the contexts in which expressing positive emotion can have social costs
KH Greenaway, EK Kalokerinos
European Review of Social Psychology 28 (1), 134-174, 2017
Neuroticism may not reflect emotional variability
EK Kalokerinos, SC Murphy, P Koval, NH Bailen, G Crombez, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (17), 9270-9276, 2020
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