William Graziano, Ph.D.

Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, United States 
"William Graziano"
Mean distance: 18.28 (cluster 15)
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Ellen S. Berscheid grad student 1976 UMN (PsychTree)


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Jennifer L. Tackett research assistant Texas A & M
Renee M. Tobin grad student 2002 Texas A & M
Barbara T. Meehan grad student 2003 Texas A & M
Bradley E. Sheese grad student 2005 Purdue
Jennifer W. Bruce Graham grad student 2008 Purdue
Meara M. Habashi grad student 2008 Purdue (PsychTree)
Meara M. Habashi grad student 2008 Purdue (PsychTree)
Diana N. Bairaktarova grad student 2013 Purdue
Sara E. Branch grad student 2014 Purdue
Matthew P. Kassner grad student 2014 Purdue
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Habashi MM, Graziano WG, Hoover AE. (2016) Searching for the Prosocial Personality: A Big Five Approach to Linking Personality and Prosocial Behavior. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin
McIntyre MM, Graziano WG. (2016) Seeing People, Seeing Things: Individual Differences in Selective Attention. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin
Hales AH, Kassner MP, Williams KD, et al. (2016) Disagreeableness as a Cause and Consequence of Ostracism. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin
Wesselmann ED, Day M, Graziano WG, et al. (2015) Religious Beliefs About Mental Illness Influence Social Support Preferences. Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community. 43: 165-74
Tyler JM, McIntyre MM, Graziano WG, et al. (2015) High self-monitors' cognitive access to self-presentation-related information. The British Journal of Social Psychology / the British Psychological Society. 54: 205-19
Huff JL, Smith JA, Jesiek BK, et al. (2015) From methods to methodology: Reflection on keeping the philosophical commitments of interpretative phenomenological analysis Proceedings - Frontiers in Education Conference, Fie. 2015
Branch SE, Woodcock A, Graziano WG. (2015) Person orientation and encouragement: Predicting interest in engineering research Journal of Engineering Education. 104: 119-138
Woodcock A, Graziano WG, Branch SE, et al. (2013) Person and Thing Orientations: Psychological Correlates and Predictive Utility Social Psychological and Personality Science. 4: 116-123
Graziano WG, Habashi MM, Evangelou D, et al. (2012) Orientations and motivations: Are you a "people person," a "thing person," or both? Motivation and Emotion. 36: 465-477
Woodcock A, Graziano WG, Branch SE, et al. (2012) Engineering students' beliefs about research: Sex differences, personality, and career plans Journal of Engineering Education. 101: 495-511
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