Carla Houkamau
Carla Houkamau
Associate Professor, Department of Management and International Business, The University of Auckland
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The multi-dimensional model of Māori identity and cultural engagement
CA Houkamau, CG Sibley
New Zealand Journal of Psychology 39 (1), 8-28, 2010
1912010
Māori cultural efficacy and subjective wellbeing: A psychological model and research agenda
CA Houkamau, CG Sibley
Social indicators research 103 (3), 379-398, 2011
1032011
Effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and nationwide lockdown on trust, attitudes toward government, and well-being.
CG Sibley, LM Greaves, N Satherley, MS Wilson, NC Overall, CHJ Lee, ...
American Psychologist, 2020
642020
Looking Māori predicts decreased rates of home ownership: Institutional racism in housing based on perceived appearance
CA Houkamau, CG Sibley
PloS one 10 (3), e0118540, 2015
552015
Identity and socio-historical context: Transformations and change among Maori women
CA Houkamau
PhD Thesis-University of Auckland, 2006
552006
Identity construction and reconstruction: The role of socio-historical contexts in shaping Māori women's identity
CA Houkamau
Social Identities 16 (2), 179-196, 2010
522010
The gap in the subjective wellbeing of Māori and New Zealand Europeans widened between 2005 and 2009
CG Sibley, N Harré, WJ Hoverd, CA Houkamau
Social indicators research 104 (1), 103-115, 2011
512011
The revised multidimensional model of Māori identity and cultural engagement (MMM-ICE2)
CA Houkamau, CG Sibley
Social Indicators Research 122 (1), 279-296, 2015
472015
The incidence and impacts of diversity management: A survey of New Zealand employees
C Houkamau, P Boxall
Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources 49 (4), 440-460, 2011
452011
Perceived discrimination predicts increased support for political rights and life satisfaction mediated by ethnic identity: A longitudinal analysis.
S Stronge, NK Sengupta, FK Barlow, D Osborne, CA Houkamau, ...
Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology 22 (3), 359, 2016
442016
Culture as cure? The protective function of Māori cultural efficacy on psychological distress
EM Muriwai, CA Houkamau, CG Sibley
New Zealand Psychological Society, 2015
412015
Measuring psychological distress in New Zealand: Item response properties and demographic differences in the Kessler-6 screening measure
A Krynen, D Osborne, IM Duck, CA Houkamau, CG Sibley
New Zealand Journal of Psychology 42 (2), 69-83, 2013
392013
The multi-dimensional model of Māori identity and cultural engagement: Item response theory analysis of scale properties.
CG Sibley, CA Houkamau
Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology 19 (1), 97, 2013
392013
Ethnic Group Stereotypes in New Zealand.
CG Sibley, K Stewart, C Houkamau, S Manuela, R Perry, LW Wootton, ...
New Zealand journal of psychology 40 (2), 2011
392011
The diversity and prevalence of sexual orientation self-labels in a New Zealand national sample
LM Greaves, FK Barlow, CHJ Lee, CM Matika, W Wang, CJ Lindsay, ...
Archives of Sexual Behavior 46 (5), 1325-1336, 2017
342017
How much happiness does money buy? Income and subjective well-being in New Zealand
NK Sengupta, D Osborne, CA Houkamau, WJ Hoverd, MS Wilson, ...
New Zealand Journal of Psychology 41 (2), 21-34, 2012
302012
Ethnic group labels and intergroup attitudes in New Zealand: Naming preferences predict distinct ingroup and outgroup biases
CG Sibley, CA Houkamau, WJ Hoverd
Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy 11 (1), 201-220, 2011
272011
Social identity and differences in psychological and economic outcomes for mixed and sole-identified Māori
CA Houkamau, CG Sibley
International Journal of Intercultural Relations 40, 113-125, 2014
262014
Māori identity signatures: A latent profile analysis of the types of Māori identity.
LM Greaves, C Houkamau, CG Sibley
Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology 21 (4), 541, 2015
252015
An Examination of the Actor‐Observer Effect in Young Drivers' Attributions for Their Own and Their Friends' Risky Driving
N Harre, T Brandt, C Houkamau
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 34 (4), 806-824, 2004
242004
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