Web sites of or by people conducting research or analysis in social psychology. Such people are usually in academic or research or institutional settings. They are expected to have authored publications in social psychology.
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Directory of over 700 social psychologists. Search by name or keywords of interest, browse by research area, or view an alphabetical list of all profiles. This is the Web's primary site for learning about social psychologists.
Attribution theory, self-presentation, self-handicapping, overachievement (Ohio State U., USA)
Bizer, George Y.
Attitudes, attitude strength, persuasion, political psychology. (Union College, NY, USA)
Blascovich, James J.
Social psychophysiology, challenge and threat motivation, immersive virtual environments as a research tool (UC Santa Barbara, USA)
Social attitudes, social cognition (Northwestern U., USA)
Social cognition, intergroup relations, social identities and the self concept (Ohio State U., USA)
Collins, Nancy L.
Close relationships, interpersonal perception, social support, health psychology (UC Santa Barbara, USA)
Attitudes, gender, meta-analysis (Northwestern U., USA)
Social cognition and individual differences: motivational and personality factors influencing social judgment (Oregon State U., USA)
Gardner, Wendi L.
Physiological and social psychological investigation of evaluative and emotional processes (Northwestern U., USA)
Judgement and decision making, mathematical modeling of group processes (U. of Michigan, USA)
Greenwald, Anthony G.
Implicit social cognition, unconscious cognition, the self, research methodology attitudes and social cognition (U. of Washington, USA)
Social cognition, stereotypes, person perception, attribution processes (UC Santa Barbara, USA)
Higgins, N. C.
Optimism, coping, attribution theory, risk perception, aggression, helping behaviour (St. Thomas U., Canada)
Kirby, Leslie D.
Task engagement, psychophysiology of emotions, motivation and emotion, appraisal theories of emotion (Vanderbilt U., USA)
Klauer, Karl Christoph
Social cognition, cognitive psychology, research methods (Bonn U., Germany)
Klein, Stanley B.
Social cognition, mental representation of self, person memory (UC Santa Barbara, USA)
Conversational hand gestures, communication and cognition, language and emotions, social representations in language and cognition (Columbia U., USA)
Lips, Hilary M.
Gender and women's issues. (Radford U., USA)
Mackie, Diane M.
Persuasion, social influence, affect, intergroup processes, social perception (UC Santa Barbara, USA)
Major, Brenda N.
Prejudice and self-esteem, coping with stress, legitimacy (UC Santa Barbara, USA)
Markman, Keith D.
Motivated social cognition, social judgment and decision-making, counterfactual thinking (Ohio U., USA)
social psychology, evolutionary psychology, and environmental psychology (Knox College, USA)
McConnell, Allen R.
Forming impressions of social entities, self-concept representation, counterfactual thinking (Miami U., Ohio, USA)
Situational and individual difference factors responsible for changes in beliefs, attitudes, and behaviors (Ohio State U., USA)
Prejudice and discrimination, decision making, the human use of animals and the environment (Wesleyan U., USA)
Neural network models of reasoning and behavior, use of interactive media for studying and changing risky social behavior (U. of Southern California, USA)
Stereotyping and prejudice in communication (Tulane U., USA)
Shaw, Jerry I.
Information search and impression formation, psychology and law, jury training, attribution of causality, homophobia, centrality preferences in choice behavior (California State U., USA)
Sherman, Richard C.
social cognition, processes underlying online self-presentation (Miami U., Ohio, USA)
Social psychology and personality, coherence and perception of personality, social cognition, computational modeling of personality processes, health and coping behavior (U. of Washington, USA)
The role of intentions and culture in cognitive processes (New York U., USA)
Williams, Lawrence E. (U. of Colorado)
Research interests include nonconscious goals in everyday life, emotion regulation, enjoyment of aversive forms of entertainment, automatic self-control (U. of Colorado).
Affect and cognition, categorization and awareness in social judgment, conversational processes in social judgment (U. of California San Diego, USA)
Zarate, Michael A.
Cognitive processes underlying social categorization, prejudice, and stereotyping (U. of Texas at El Paso, USA)
Prisons, time, shyness, madness, violence and evil, persuasion, dissonance, hypnosis, teaching (Stanford U., USA)
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