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Manuela Barreto

  • PhD
  • Professor of Social and Organizational Psychology
  • University of Exeter
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Recent publications

  • Everything we do, everything we press: Data-driven remote performance management in a mobile workplace

    • Bakewell L
    • Vasileiou K
    • Long K
    • et al.
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    2Citations
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  • Individual vs. collective identity management strategies: The role of group norms and personal gain

    • Pagliaro S
    • Ellemers N
    • Barreto M
    • et al.
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    2Citations
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Professional experience

Professor of Social and Organizational Psychology

University of Exeter

September 2011 - Present

Researcher

Centre for Social Research and Intervention

March 2008 - Present

Asociate Professor

Leiden University

January 2006 - February 2008(2 years)

Education

PhD

Free University of Amsterdam (VU)

May 2000 - Present

About

I studied Psychology at the University of Porto, Portugal, specializing in Work and Organizational Psychology. I obtained my PhD in Social Psychology from the Free University, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. I then worked as an Assistant and then Associate Professor at Leiden University, the Netherlands, and as a full time Researcher at the Lisbon University Institute (ISCTE-IUL), Portugal. I have been a Professor of Social and Organizational Psychology at the University of Exeter, UK, since 2011. My research interests are on the psychology of the disadvantage, exemplified by my work on identity respect, reactions to prejudice, and the psychology of concealed identities.

Co-authors (89)

  • Janina Puspas
  • Azim Eldja
  • Saloshni Muthal
  • saloshni muthal
  • Hans IJzerman