Amara T. Brook, Ph.D.

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University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI 
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Jennifer Crocker grad student 2005 University of Michigan
 (Effects of contingencies of self -worth on self -regulation of behavior.)
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Warner KD, Brook A, Shaw K. (2012) Facilitating religious environmentalism: Ethnology plus conservation psychology tools can assess an interfaith environmental intervention Worldviews: Environment, Culture, Religion. 16: 111-134
Brook A. (2011) Ecological footprint feedback: Motivating or discouraging? Social Influence. 6: 113-128
Niiya Y, Brook AT, Crocker J. (2010) Contingent self-worth and self-handicapping: Do incremental theorists protect self-esteem? Self and Identity. 9: 276-297
Smyth AK, Brandle R, Chewings V, et al. (2009) A framework for assessing regional biodiversity condition under changing environments of the arid Australian rangelands Rangeland Journal. 31: 87-101
Brook AT, Garcia J, Fleming M. (2008) The effects of multiple identities on psychological well-being. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 34: 1588-600
Crocker J, Brook AT, Niiya Y, et al. (2006) The pursuit of self-esteem: contingencies of self-worth and self-regulation. Journal of Personality. 74: 1749-71
Saunders CD, Brook AT, Myers OE. (2006) Using psychology to save biodiversity and human well-being. Conservation Biology : the Journal of the Society For Conservation Biology. 20: 702-5
Clayton S, Brook A. (2005) Can psychology help save the world? A model for conservation psychology Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy. 5: 87-102
Brook A, Zint M, De Young R. (2003) Landowners' Responses to an Endangered Species Act Listing and Implications for Encouraging Conservation Conservation Biology. 17: 1638-1649
Brook JS, Gordon AS, Brook A, et al. (1989) The consequences of marijuana use on intrapersonal and interpersonal functioning in black and white adolescents. Genetic, Social, and General Psychology Monographs. 115: 349-69
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