Janet B. Ruscher

Affiliations: 
Psychology Tulane University School of Science and Engineering 
Area:
Clinical Psychology, Mental Health
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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) Agency's role in dehumanization: Non-human metaphors of out-groups Social and Personality Psychology Compass. 8: 214-228
Van Bommel T, Boasso A, Ruscher JB. (2013) Looking up for answers: Upward gaze increases receptivity to advice Current Research in Social Psychology. 22: 60-70
Boasso A, Covert S, Ruscher JB. (2012) Benevolent sexist beliefs predict perceptions of speakers and recipients of a term of endearment. The Journal of Social Psychology. 152: 533-46
Ruscher JB. (2012) Describing Grief Under Cyclical Versus Linear Conceptions of Time Journal of Language and Social Psychology. 31: 321-330
Ruscher JB. (2011) Moving forward: The effect of spatiotemporal metaphors on perceptions about grief Social Psychology. 42: 225-230
Ruscher JB, Wallace DL, Walker KM, et al. (2010) Constructive feedback in cross-race interactions Group Processes and Intergroup Relations. 13: 603-619
Kaplan SA, Santuzzi AM, Ruscher JB. (2009) Elaborative metaperceptions in outcome-dependent situations: The diluted relationship between default self-perceptions and metaperceptions Social Cognition. 27: 601-614
Ruscher JB, Hammer ED. (2006) The development of shared stereotypic impressions in conversation: An emerging model, methods, and extensions to cross-group settings Journal of Language and Social Psychology. 25: 221-243
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