Jonathan Cook



  1. Ph.D., 2007, University of Oregon


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Jonathan Cook studies how identity threat from important social categories, like race, gender, sexual orientation, or chronic illness, can affect cognitive, affective, and physiological processes over time. His research examines consequences that are shared across disparate stigmatized group memberships, as well as the unique consequences of given social identity groups or identity types (e.g., based on ability to conceal).  His research also seeks to develop and test psychological interventions to reduce identity threat or mitigate its consequences.

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