People at PEEC

Greg Walton

Department Affiliation:
Assistant Professor, Stanford Psychology Department

Current Research:
His research examines the nature of self and identity, often in the context of academic motivation and achievement. I’m interested in social factors relevant to motivation, in stereotypes and group differences in school achievement, and in social-psychological interventions that address important social problems.

Website: http://www.stanford.edu/~gwalton/home/Welcome.html

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Greg Walton's PEEC Funded Projects

Creating More Sustainable Decisions and Behaviors through New Processes and Focused Interventions

A Randomized Intervention Field Experiment to Reduce Home Energy Use


Greg Walton's Publications

Walton, G. M. & Spencer, S. J. (2009). Latent ability: Grades and test scores systematically underestimate the intellectual ability of negatively stereotyped students.  Psychological Science, 20, 1132-1139.

Logel, C., Walton, G. M., Spencer, S. J., Iserman, E. C., von Hippel, W., & Bell, A.  (2009). Interacting with sexist men triggers social identity threat among female engineers.  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 96, 1089-1103.

Walton, G. M. & Dweck, C. S. (2009). Solving social problems like a psychologist.  Perspectives on Psychological Science, 4, 101-102.

Walton, G. M. & Cohen, G. L. (2007). A question of belonging: Race, social fit, and achievement. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 92, 82-96.