Brittany Bloodhart
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Promoting professional identity, motivation, and persistence: Benefits of an informal mentoring program for female undergraduate students
PR Hernandez, B Bloodhart, RT Barnes, AS Adams, SM Clinton, I Pollack, ...
Plos one 12 (11), e0187531, 2017
832017
Portraying the perils to polar bears: The role of empathic and objective perspective-taking toward animals in climate change communication
JK Swim, B Bloodhart
Environmental Communication 9 (4), 446-468, 2015
742015
American Thoracic Society member survey on climate change and health
M Sarfaty, B Bloodhart, G Ewart, GD Thurston, JR Balmes, TL Guidotti, ...
Annals of the American Thoracic Society 12 (2), 274-278, 2015
602015
A survey of African American physicians on the health effects of climate change
M Sarfaty, M Mitchell, B Bloodhart, EW Maibach
International journal of environmental research and public health 11 (12 …, 2014
592014
Exploring young adult consumers’ sustainable clothing consumption intention-behavior gap: A Behavioral Reasoning Theory perspective
S Diddi, RN Yan, B Bloodhart, V Bajtelsmit, K McShane
Sustainable Production and Consumption 18, 200-209, 2019
542019
Local climate experts: The influence of local TV weather information on climate change perceptions
B Bloodhart, E Maibach, T Myers, X Zhao
PLoS One 10 (11), e0141526, 2015
492015
How hope and doubt affect climate change mobilization
JR Marlon, B Bloodhart, MT Ballew, J Rolfe-Redding, C Roser-Renouf, ...
Frontiers in Communication 4, 20, 2019
372019
Admonishment and praise: Interpersonal mechanisms for promoting proenvironmental behavior
JK Swim, B Bloodhart
Ecopsychology 5 (1), 24-35, 2013
332013
Equality, harmony, and the environment: An ecofeminist approach to understanding the role of cultural values on the treatment of women and nature
B Bloodhart, JK Swim
Ecopsychology 2 (3), 187-194, 2010
302010
Sustainability and consumption: What’s gender got to do with it
B Bloodhart, JK Swim
Journal of Social Issues 76 (1), 101-113, 2020
262020
The stereotypic behaviors of the powerful and their effect on the relatively powerless.
TK Vescio, SJ Gervais, L Heiphetz, B Bloodhart
Psychology Press, 2009
262009
Psychology and climate change: Beliefs, impacts, and human contributions.
JK Swim, EM Markowitz, B Bloodhart
Oxford University Press, 2012
252012
The intergroup foundations of climate change justice
JK Swim, B Bloodhart
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 21 (3), 472-496, 2018
242018
Spreading the eco-message: Using proactive coping to aid eco-rep behavior change programming
B Bloodhart, JK Swim, MJ Zawadzki
Sustainability 5 (4), 1661-1679, 2013
242013
Role modeling is a viable retention strategy for undergraduate women in the geosciences
PR Hernandez, B Bloodhart, AS Adams, RT Barnes, M Burt, SM Clinton, ...
Geosphere 14 (6), 2585-2593, 2018
222018
A national survey of Republicans and Republican-leaning Independents on energy and climate change
E Maibach, C Roser-Renouf, E Vraga, B Bloodhart, A Anderson, ...
George Mason University Center for Climate Change Communication and Yale …, 2013
172013
Outperforming yet undervalued: Undergraduate women in STEM
B Bloodhart, MM Balgopal, AMA Casper, LB Sample McMeeking, ...
Plos one 15 (6), e0234685, 2020
152020
“Be worried, be VERY worried:” preferences for and impacts of negative emotional climate change communication
B Bloodhart, JK Swim, E Dicicco
Frontiers in Communication 3, 63, 2019
132019
& Fischer, EV (2017). Promoting professional identity, motivation, and persistence: Benefits of an informal mentoring program for female undergraduate students
PR Hernandez, B Bloodhart, RT Barnes, AS Adams, SM Clinton, I Pollack
PloS one 12 (11), e0187531, 0
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Inspiration, inoculation, and introductions are all critical to successful mentorship for undergraduate women pursuing geoscience careers
PR Hernandez, AS Adams, RT Barnes, B Bloodhart, M Burt, SM Clinton, ...
Communications Earth & Environment 1 (1), 1-9, 2020
72020
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