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Dr Clare Cook

Assistant Professor

Department: Psychology

Clare Cook is a Assistant Professor in Organisational Psychologist at Newcastle Business School.

She has previously taught psychology, organisational psychology and research methods at The Open University and Manchester Business School.  Prior to that, Clare worked as an organisational psychologist and social researcher for ten years where she consulted for a wide range of public and private sector clients on issues including stress management, employees assessment and selection, employee surveying and team building.  She was also instrumental in the development of a number of psychometric tests and designed stress management training programs that have been delivered to a range of clients.

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City Campus East 1

Newcastle upon Tyne

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Acting gender: Actors’ experiences of gender role conformity and hopes for their characters, Cook, C., Pollet, T., Callahan, J. 13 Jul 2023, In: Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts
  • An Integrative Systematic Review of Employee Silence and Voice in Healthcare: What are we really measuring?, Lainidi, O., Kheddache Jendeb, M., Montgomery, A., Mouratidis, C., Paitaridou, K., Cook, C., Johnson, J., Karakasidou, E. 25 May 2023, In: Frontiers in Psychiatry
  • The mental well-being of Involuntary Celibates, Delaney, T., Pollet, T., Cook, C. 6 Nov 2023, In: Personality and Individual Differences
  • Toward an Index of Adaptive Personality Regulation, Irwing, P., Cook, C., Hughes, D. 18 Jun 2023, In: Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin
  • Gender(ed) performances: Women’s impression management in stand-up comedy, Cook, C., Callahan, J., Pollet, T., Elliott, C. 27 Oct 2022, In: Human Relations
  • Comedians’ trait level and stage personalities: Evidence for goal-directed personality adaptation, Irwing, P., Cook, C., Pollet, T., Hughes, D. 1 Apr 2020, In: Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin
  • Developing oral health risk assessment as routine practice during early stages of clinical careers: A cross‐sectional study of dental students using the NoMAD questionnaire, Cook, C., Finch, T., Sharma, S., Girling, M., Rapley, T., Vernazza, C. 1 Feb 2020, In: European Journal of Dental Education
  • Mean trait and on stage personality of stand up comedians, Irwing, P., Cook, C., Pollet, T. 2 Apr 2019, 3rd World Conference on Personality
  • Entrepreneurial Psychological Capital – The Factor Structure, Pease, P., Cunningham, J., Cook, C. Nov 2018, 41st Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship Conference
  • Improving the normalization of complex interventions: Part 2 - Validation of the NoMAD instrument for assessing implementation work based on Normalization Process Theory (NPT), Finch, T., Girling, M., May, C., Mair, F., Murray, E., Treweek, S., McColl, E., Steen, I., Cook, C., Vernazza, C., Mackintosh, N., Sharma, S., Barbery, G., Steele, J., Rapley, T. Dec 2018, In: BMC Medical Research Methodology

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