Janet B. Ruscher

Affiliations: 
Psychology Tulane University School of Science and Engineering 
Area:
Clinical Psychology, Mental Health
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Woods FA, Ruscher JB. (2020) 'calling-out' vs. 'calling-in' prejudice: Confrontation style affects inferred motive and expected outcomes. The British Journal of Social Psychology
Merritt SK, O’Brien LT, Ruscher JB. (2020) Creating Clever Internet Memes Perpetuates Offensiveness Western Journal of Communication. 1-16
Ruscher JB, Tipler CN. (2018) Linguistic Intergroup Bias About the 2016 U.S. Presidential Candidates As a Function of Political Ideology Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy. 18: 61-80
Tipler CN, Ruscher JB. (2017) Dehumanizing representations of women: the shaping of hostile sexist attitudes through animalistic metaphors Journal of Gender Studies. 28: 109-118
Ruscher JB. (2016) Adult Attachment Predicts Advice, Exemplar Sharing, and Questions to Acquaintances Recently Diagnosed With Cancer Journal of Language and Social Psychology. 36: 484-493
Ruscher JB. (2015) Expectations about re-entering the weekly cycle following disruption by familial death or holiday Time & Society. 26: 321-338
Boasso A, Overstreet S, Ruscher JB. (2015) Community Disasters and Shared Trauma: Implications of Listening to Co-Survivor Narratives Journal of Loss and Trauma. 20: 397-409
Van Bommel T, Sheehy A, Ruscher JB. (2015) The role of attachment style in women's recognition of sexism Personality and Individual Differences. 74: 235-240
Tipler C, Ruscher JB. (2014) Teaching and Learning Guide for “Agency's Role in Dehumanization: Non-human Metaphors of Out-groups” Social and Personality Psychology Compass. 8: 297-302
Tipler C, Ruscher JB. (2014) Agency's role in dehumanization: Non-human metaphors of out-groups Social and Personality Psychology Compass. 8: 214-228
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