Deborah L. Hall, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
2010 Psychology and Neuroscience Duke University, Durham, NC 
Area:
Social Psychology
Google:
"Deborah Hall"
Mean distance: 53433
 

Parents

Sign in to add mentor
Wendy Wood grad student 2010 Duke
 (Outgroup similarity as a source of cognitive dissonance: An investigation of the turncoat effect.)
BETA: Related publications

Publications

You can help our author matching system! If you notice any publications incorrectly attributed to this author, please sign in and mark matches as correct or incorrect.

Lee JC, Hall DL, Wood W. (2018) Experiential or Material Purchases? Social Class Determines Purchase Happiness. Psychological Science. 956797617736386
Hall DL, Cohen AB, Meyer KK, et al. (2015) Costly Signaling Increases Trust, Even Across Religious Affiliations. Psychological Science. 26: 1368-76
Hall DL, Blanton H, Prentice DA. (2015) Being Much Better and No Worse than Others: Deviance Regulation, Self-Guides, and the Motive to be Distinct Self and Identity. 14: 214-232
Byrd DTL, Hall DL, Roberts NA, et al. (2015) Do Politically Non-conservative Whites “Bend Over Backwards” to Show Preferences for Black Politicians? Race and Social Problems. 7: 227-241
Payne BK, Hall DL, Cameron CD, et al. (2010) A process model of affect misattribution. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 36: 1397-408
Hall DL, Matz DC, Wood W. (2010) Why don't we practice what we preach? A meta-analytic review of religious racism. Personality and Social Psychology Review : An Official Journal of the Society For Personality and Social Psychology, Inc. 14: 126-39
Harkness SK, Hall DL. (2010) The future of the gender system: An interventionist approach Social Psychology Quarterly. 73: 339-340
Hall DL, Payne BK. (2010) Unconscious Influences of Attitudes and Challenges to Self-Control Self Control in Society, Mind, and Brain
Cohen TR, Hall DL, Tuttle J. (2009) Attitudes toward stereotypical versus counterstereotypical gay men and lesbians. Journal of Sex Research. 46: 274-81
Hall DL, Blanton H. (2009) Knowing when to assume: Normative expertise as a moderator of social influence Social Influence. 4: 81-95
See more...