James M. Dabbs

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Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA, United States 
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Social Psychology
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Paul C. Bernhardt research assistant 1990-1992 Georgia State (PsychTree)
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Pennebaker JW, Groom CJ, Loew D, et al. (2004) Testosterone as a social inhibitor: two case studies of the effect of testosterone treatment on language. Journal of Abnormal Psychology. 113: 172-5
Mehl MR, Pennebaker JW, Crow DM, et al. (2001) The Electronically Activated Recorder (EAR): a device for sampling naturalistic daily activities and conversations. Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, & Computers : a Journal of the Psychonomic Society, Inc. 33: 517-23
Dabbs JM, Riad JK, Chance SE. (2001) Testosterone and ruthless homicide Personality and Individual Differences. 31: 599-603
Dabbs JM, Bernieri FJ, Strong RK, et al. (2001) Going on Stage: Testosterone in Greetings and Meetings Journal of Research in Personality. 35: 27-40
Bernhardt PC, Dabbs JM, Fielden JA, et al. (1998) Testosterone changes during vicarious experiences of winning and losing among fans at sporting events. Physiology & Behavior. 65: 59-62
Dabbs JM, Alford EC, Fielden JA. (1998) Trial Lawyers and Testosterone: Blue-Collar Talent in a White-Collar World1 Journal of Applied Social Psychology. 28: 84-94
Dabbs JM, Hargrove MF. (1997) Age, testosterone, and behavior among female prison inmates Psychosomatic Medicine. 59: 477-480
Banks T, Dabbs JM. (1996) Salivary testosterone and cortisol in a delinquent and violent urban subculture Journal of Social Psychology. 136: 49-56
Bernhardt PC, Dabbs JM, Riad JK. (1996) Pupillometry system for use in social psychology Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, and Computers. 28: 61-66
Dabbs JM, Hargrove MF, Heusel C. (1996) Testosterone differences among college fraternities: Well-behaved vs rambunctious Personality and Individual Differences. 20: 157-161
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