Crystal L. Hoyt
Crystal L. Hoyt
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Immersive virtual environment technology as a methodological tool for social psychology
J Blascovich, J Loomis, AC Beall, KR Swinth, CL Hoyt, JN Bailenson
Psychological inquiry 13 (2), 103-124, 2002
The independent and interactive effects of embodied-agent appearance and behavior on self-report, cognitive, and behavioral markers of copresence in immersive virtual environments
JN Bailenson, K Swinth, C Hoyt, S Persky, A Dimov, J Blascovich
Presence: Teleoperators & Virtual Environments 14 (4), 379-393, 2005
Transformational and transactional leadership in virtual and physical environments
CL Hoyt, J Blascovich
Small group research 34 (6), 678-715, 2003
Managing to clear the air: Stereotype threat, women, and leadership
CL Hoyt, SE Murphy
The Leadership Quarterly 27 (3), 387-399, 2016
Group leadership: Efficacy and effectiveness.
CL Hoyt, SE Murphy, SK Halverson, CB Watson
Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice 7 (4), 259, 2003
Leadership efficacy and women leaders' responses to stereotype activation
CL Hoyt, J Blascovich
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 10 (4), 595-616, 2007
Female leaders: Injurious or inspiring role models for women?
CL Hoyt, S Simon
Psychology of Women Quarterly 35 (1), 143-157, 2011
Social inhibition in immersive virtual environments
CL Hoyt, J Blascovich, KR Swinth
Presence: Teleoperators & Virtual Environments 12 (2), 183-195, 2003
The role of leadership efficacy and stereotype activation in women's identification with leadership
CL Hoyt
Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies 11 (4), 2-14, 2005
Women, men, and leadership: Exploring the gender gap at the top
CL Hoyt
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 4 (7), 484-498, 2010
Women and leadership
CL Hoyt
Leadership: Theory and practice 4, 265-293, 2007
Gender bias in leader evaluations: Merging implicit theories and role congruity perspectives
CL Hoyt, JL Burnette
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 39 (10), 1306-1319, 2013
“Obesity is a disease” examining the self-regulatory impact of this public-health message
CL Hoyt, JL Burnette, L Auster-Gussman
Psychological science 25 (4), 997-1002, 2014
I can do that: The impact of implicit theories on leadership role model effectiveness
CL Hoyt, JL Burnette, AN Innella
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 38 (2), 257-268, 2012
The role of leadership self-efficacy and stereotype activation on cardiovascular, behavioral and self-report responses in the leadership domain
CL Hoyt, J Blascovich
The Leadership Quarterly 21 (1), 89-103, 2010
Choosing the best (wo) man for the job: The effects of mortality salience, sex, and gender stereotypes on leader evaluations
CL Hoyt, S Simon, L Reid
The Leadership Quarterly 20 (2), 233-246, 2009
Individual differences in implicit theories of leadership ability and self‐efficacy: Predicting responses to stereotype threat
JL Burnette, JM Pollack, CL Hoyt
Journal of Leadership Studies 3 (4), 46-56, 2010
Exploring the effect of media images on women’s leadership self-perceptions and aspirations
S Simon, CL Hoyt
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 16 (2), 232-245, 2013
The impact of blatant stereotype activation and group sex-composition on female leaders
CL Hoyt, SK Johnson, SE Murphy, KH Skinnell
The Leadership Quarterly 21 (5), 716-732, 2010
The social role theory of unethical leadership
CL Hoyt, TL Price, L Poatsy
The Leadership Quarterly 24 (5), 712-723, 2013
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