Subject Areas on Research
- "False" hope.
- Getting a Grip on My Depression : How Latina Adolescents Experience, Self-Manage, and Seek Treatment for Depressive Symptoms.
- A Theory of Planned Behavior-Based Program to Increase Physical Activity in Overweight/Obese Military Personnel: A Randomised Controlled Trial.
- A model of the development and maintenance of generalized social phobia.
- A new look at infant pointing.
- A reexamination of the effects of intent and consequence on children's moral judgments.
- A theoretically based Behavioral Nutrition Intervention for Community Elders at high risk: the B-NICE randomized controlled clinical trial.
- Activity valence as a function of mood change.
- An experimental investigation of emotion dysregulation in borderline personality disorder.
- Are prescription drug insurance choices consistent with expected utility theory?
- Behavioral approach in ADHD: testing a motivational dysfunction hypothesis.
- Behaviour change strategies for reducing blood pressure-related disease burden: findings from a global implementation research programme.
- Bridging two worlds that care about art: psychological and historical approaches to art appreciation.
- Cognitive patterns in symptomatic and remitted unipolar major depression.
- Cognitive therapy of depression and suicide.
- Collectivism and the meaning of suffering.
- Compensatory rationalizations and the resolution of everyday undeserved outcomes.
- Contextual social-cognitive mediators and child outcome: a test of the theoretical model in the Coping Power program.
- Cultural Learning Redux.
- Developing a school functioning index for middle schools.
- Development and validation of the social information processing application: a Web-based measure of social information processing patterns in elementary school-age boys.
- Distinguishing Intrapsychic From Interpersonal Motives in Psychological Theory and Research.
- Effects of methylphenidate on sensitivity to reinforcement in children diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: an application of the matching law.
- Effort for payment. A tale of two markets.
- Evaluating Suicide Risk Using the Reasons for Dying-Reasons for Living (RFD-RFL) Index in a Military Psychiatric Inpatient Setting.
- Explicit and implicit cognition: a preliminary test of a dual-process theory of cognitive vulnerability to depression.
- Fairness heuristic theory is an empirical framework: a reply to Arnadóttir.
- Further explorations of medical decisions for individuals and for groups.
- Group social context and children's aggressive behavior.
- High-maintenance interaction: inefficient social coordination impairs self-regulation.
- Hope against the cold: individual differences in trait hope and acute pain tolerance on the cold pressor task.
- How actions create--not just reveal--preferences.
- Immediacy versus anticipated delay in the time-left experiment: a test of the cognitive hypothesis.
- Interval timing: memory, not a clock.
- John Henryism, Gender and Self-reported Health Among Roma/Gypsies in Serbia.
- Latent inhibition in the conditioned electrodermal response.
- Lateral inhibition and attention: comments on the neuropsychological theory of Walley and Weiden.
- Leighton's theory of sentiments: explorations and speculations on barriers to interpersonal forgiveness.
- Longitudinal dimensionality of adolescent psychopathology: testing the differentiation hypothesis.
- Managing uncertainty: a grounded theory of stigma in transgender health care encounters.
- Mechanisms of change in dialectical behavior therapy: theoretical and empirical observations.
- Missing links: the case for a social psychology of the life course.
- Natural categories or fundamental dimensions: on carving nature at the joints and the rearticulation of psychopathology.
- Out of the black box: expansion of a theory-based intervention to self-manage the uncertainty associated with active surveillance (AS) for prostate cancer.
- Paradigms, promises, and the potential of clinical psychology.
- Parents of children with eating disorders: developing theory-based health communication messages to promote caregiver well-being.
- Performance incentives and means: how regulatory focus influences goal attainment.
- Plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose: latest words on "life words".
- Positive affective processes underlie positive health behaviour change.
- Predicting intentions versus predicting behaviors: domestic violence prevention from a theory of reasoned action perspective.
- Progress toward a viable interface between social and clinical-counseling psychology.
- Psychoanalytic and cognitive therapies: a comparison of theory and tactics.
- Religion and medicine III: developing a theoretical model.
- Returning to roots: on social information processing and moral development.
- Self-Regulation and Psychopathology: Toward an Integrative Translational Research Paradigm.
- Self-control in action: implicit dispositions toward goals and away from temptations.
- Sense of humor, childhood cancer stressors, and outcomes of psychosocial adjustment, immune function, and infection.
- Sexual Minority Stress Theory: Remembering and Honoring the Work of Virginia Brooks.
- Single-suture craniosynostosis: a review of neurobehavioral research and theory.
- Social exchange and the developing syntax of moral orientation.
- Social support and coronary heart disease: epidemiologic evidence and implications for treatment.
- Socioeconomic status, John Henryism and blood pressure among African-Americans in the Jackson Heart Study
- Some methodological considerations in theory-based health behavior research.
- Structure-seeking as a psychological antecedent of beliefs about morality.
- The Refined Middle-Range Theory on Women's Leadership in Asian Culture.
- The concept of ego threat in social and personality psychology: is ego threat a viable scientific construct?
- The cost of self-protection: threat response and performance as a function of autonomous and controlled motivations.
- The distinction between beliefs legitimizing aggression and deviant processing of social cues: testing measurement validity and the hypothesis that biased processing mediates the effects of beliefs on aggression. Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group.
- The dysfunctional attitudes scale: psychometric properties in depressed adolescents.
- The function of self-esteem in terror management theory and sociometer theory: comment on Pyszczynski et al. (2004).
- The prospective relation between dimensions of anxiety and the initiation of adolescent alcohol use.
- Transactive goal dynamics.
- Translational science in action: hostile attributional style and the development of aggressive behavior problems.
- Using effort-reward imbalance theory to understand high rates of depression and anxiety among clergy.
- Using self-reported callous-unemotional traits to cross-nationally assess the DSM-5 'With Limited Prosocial Emotions' specifier.
- Using the theory of planned behavior to understand the determinants of exercise intention in patients diagnosed with primary brain cancer.
- Vulnerability genes or plasticity genes?
- When context is and isn't helpful: A corpus study of naturalistic speech.
- Why does social exclusion hurt? The relationship between social and physical pain.
- Why some groups just feel better: the regulatory fit of group power.
- Word frequency effects at brief exposure durations: comment on Paap and Johansen (1994).
- Working memory as internal attention: toward an integrative account of internal and external selection processes.
Keywords of People
- Dodge, Kenneth A., William McDougall Distinguished Professor of Public Policy Studies, Duke Science & Society