Mark F. Stasson

Affiliations: 
Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA, United States 
Area:
Social Psychology, Cognitive Psychology, Speech Communication
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Sally D. Farley grad student 2000 VCU
Natalie A. Kerr grad student 2001 VCU
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Farley SD, Ashcraft AM, Stasson MF, et al. (2010) Nonverbal Reactions to Conversational Interruption: A Test of Complementarity Theory and the Status/Gender Parallel Journal of Nonverbal Behavior. 34: 193-206
Story PA, Hart JW, Stasson MF, et al. (2009) Using a two-factor theory of achievement motivation to examine performance-based outcomes and self-regulatory processes Personality and Individual Differences. 46: 391-395
Story P, Stasson MF, Mahoney JM, et al. (2008) A two-factor model of achievement motivation Social Behavior and Personality. 36: 707-708
Hart JW, Stasson MF, Fulcher KH, et al. (2008) Assessing achievement motivation as a multi-faceted construct: Examining the psychometric properties of the Cassidy and Lynn achievement motivation scale Individual Differences Research. 6: 169-180
Hart JW, Stasson MF, Mahoney JM, et al. (2007) The big five and achievement motivation: Exploring the relationship between personality and a two-factor model of motivation Individual Differences Research. 5: 267-274
Mahoney JM, Stasson MF. (2005) Interpersonal and personality dimensions of behavior: FIRO-B and the Big Five North American Journal of Psychology. 7: 205-216
Hart JW, Karau SJ, Stasson MF, et al. (2004) Achievement motivation, expected coworker performance, and collective task motivation: Working hard or hardly working? Journal of Applied Social Psychology. 34: 984-1000
Farley SD, Stasson MF. (2003) Relative influences of affect and cognition on behavior: are feelings or beliefs more related to blood donation intentions? Experimental Psychology. 50: 55-62
Smith BN, Kerr NA, Markus MJ, et al. (2001) Individual differences in social loafing: Need for cognition as a motivator in collective performance Group Dynamics. 5: 150-158
Smith BN, Stasson MF. (2000) A comparison of health behavior constructs: Social psychological predictors of AIDS-preventive behavioral intentions Journal of Applied Social Psychology. 30: 443-462
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