Social/Personality

Baron, A. The role of conceptual development in social cognition; implicit and explicit intergroup cognition including the acquisition and development of social category concepts, attitudes, and stereotypes (inductive reasoning, prejudice); and the cognitive and cultural origins of ingroup/outgroup representations.
Biesanz, J. Psychometrics and quantitative methodology; personality consistency, stability, coherence, and assessment.
Chen, F. Health psychology, social psychology, developmental psychology.
Dunn, E. happiness; money and spending decisions; self-knowledge
Dutton, D. The psychology of violence; social psychological explanations of social science epistemology; applications of social psychology to the criminal justice system; social psychological explanations of clinical syndromes; personality disorders.
Heine, S. Cultural psychology; the self; motivations; meaning; essentialistic thinking.
Henrich, J. Evolutionary game theory; economic behavior; culture-gene coevolution; relations between evolution and culture; human sociality and cooperation.
Lehman, D. Cross-cultural research; health psychology; coping with stressful life events; counterfactual thinking.
Norenzayan, A. Evolutionary and cognitive approaches to religion; culture and cognition; issues of universality and cultural variability in psychology; cultural evolution
Paulhus, D. Questionnaire response styles, dark personalities (psychopathy, narcissism, Machiavellianism), self-enhancement, self-deception, impression management.
Savalei, V. Latent variable modeling, especially structural equation modeling (SEM). Development of new statistical methods to handle incomplete data, nonnormal data, and categorical data. Political psychology, particularly racial attitudes.
Schaller, M. Social cognition; social motivation; evolutionary psychology; culture.
Schmader, T. Self and social identity, stereotyping and prejudice, coping with social stigma, emotion and motivation, social cognition.
Suedfeld, P. The effects of challenging and stressful environments and experiences on psychological processes and behaviour, including coping, positive and negative outcomes, and both short- and long-term aftereffects. Examples of the environments and experiences studied are: living and working in extreme and unusual situations such as space vehicles and polar stations; isolation and confinement; high-level political and military decision-making; surviving genocide and persecution.
Tracy, J. Emotion, nonverbal expression, self-conscious emotions (e.g., pride, shame), the self, self-esteem, narcissism, trends in psychological science
Walker, L. The psychology of moral development - motivation, personality, and identity.
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