Kathleen R. Bogart, Ph.D.

2012 Psychology Tufts University, Boston 
thin slices, nonverbal communication, dialect theory
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Nalini Ambady grad student 2012 Tufts
 (Communicating without the face: Expressive behavior and social perception of people with facial paralysis.)
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Monden KR, Trost Z, Scott W, et al. (2016) The unfairness of it all: Exploring the role of injustice appraisals in rehabilitation outcomes. Rehabilitation Psychology. 61: 44-53
Rosa NM, Bogart KR, Bonnett AK, et al. (2016) Teaching about disability in psychology: An analysis of disability curricula in U.S. undergraduate psychology programs Teaching of Psychology. 43: 59-62
Bogart KR, Tickle-Degnen L. (2015) Looking beyond the face: a training to improve perceivers' impressions of people with facial paralysis. Patient Education and Counseling. 98: 251-6
Bogart KR. (2015) "People are all about appearances": A focus group of teenagers with Moebius Syndrome. Journal of Health Psychology. 20: 1579-88
Bogart K. (2015) Sometimes, i feel that the psychological well-being practitioner role is undervalued Psychologist. 28
Bogart KR. (2014) The role of disability self-concept in adaptation to congenital or acquired disability. Rehabilitation Psychology. 59: 107-15
Slepian ML, Bogart KR, Ambady N. (2014) Thin-slice judgments in the clinical context. Annual Review of Clinical Psychology. 10: 131-53
Bogart KR, Tickle-Degnen L, Ambady N. (2014) Communicating Without the Face: Holistic Perception of Emotions of People With Facial Paralysis Basic and Applied Social Psychology. 36: 309-320
Bogart KR, Tickle-Degnen L, Ambady N. (2012) Compensatory expressive behavior for facial paralysis: adaptation to congenital or acquired disability. Rehabilitation Psychology. 57: 43-51
Bogart KR, Tickle-Degnen L, Joffe MS. (2012) Social interaction experiences of adults with Moebius Syndrome: a focus group. Journal of Health Psychology. 17: 1212-22
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