Patrick T. Vargas

University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Urbana-Champaign, IL 
attitudes, persuasion, implicit consumer cognition
"Patrick Vargas"
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Richard E. Petty grad student 1997 Ohio State (AAA tree)
William von Hippel grad student 1992-1997 Ohio State University
Richard Petty grad student 1992-1997 Ohio State University (PsychTree)
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Shim C, Vargas PT, Santos CA. (2015) Oriental imagery and American attitudes toward Asia: an exploratory tourism study Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change. 13: 165-181
Yoon G, Vargas PT. (2014) Know thy avatar: the unintended effect of virtual-self representation on behavior. Psychological Science. 25: 1043-5
Yoon G, Vargas PT. (2013) Seeing without looking: The effects of hemispheric functioning on memory for brands in computer games Journal of Advertising. 42: 131-141
Yoon S, Vargas PT. (2010) Feeling happier when paying more: Dysfunctional counterfactual thinking in consumer affect Psychology and Marketing. 27: 1075-1100
Robinson MD, Meier BP, Vargas PT. (2005) Extraversion, threat categorizations, and negative affect: a reaction time approach to avoidance motivation. Journal of Personality. 73: 1397-436
Forgas JP, Laham SM, Vargas PT. (2005) Mood effects on eyewitness memory: Affective influences on susceptibility to misinformation Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 41: 574-588
Robinson MD, Vargas PT, Tamir M, et al. (2004) Using and being used by categories. The case of negative evaluations and daily well-being. Psychological Science. 15: 521-6
Vargas PT, von Hippel W, Petty RE. (2004) Using partially structured attitude measures to enhance the attitude-behavior relationship. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 30: 197-211
Robinson MD, Solberg EC, Vargas PT, et al. (2003) Trait as default: extraversion, subjective well-being, and the distinction between neutral and positive events. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 85: 517-27
Downing JD, Sekaquaptewa DJ, Vargas PT, et al. (1995) "Behavior Technologies" Caricature of Social Psychology American Psychologist. 50: 175-176
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