Bibb Latane, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Center for Human Science University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC 
Area:
social impact to account for regional differentiation and temporal characteristic of linguistic, religious, behavioral, and other elements of culture.
Website:
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Stanley Schachter grad student 1963 UMN

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Helen C. Harton grad student Florida Atlantic University (PsychTree)
Richard Petty grad student (PsychTree)
Kipling D. Williams grad student Ohio State
Carol Werner grad student 1973- UNC Chapel Hill (Gerontology Family Tree)
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Harton HC, Latané B. (1997) Social influence and adolescent lifestyle attitudes Journal of Research On Adolescence. 7: 197-220
Latane B, Bourgeois MJ. (1995) Comentario Revista De Psicologia Social. 10: 105-109
Borden R, Walker MR, LatanÉ B. (1977) Ultrasounds and social attraction in rats: Concomitants or determinants? Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society. 10: 89-91
Latané B, Steele C. (1975) The persistence of social attraction in socially deprived and satiated rats Animal Learning & Behavior. 3: 131-134
Werner C, Latane B. (1974) Interaction motivates attraction: Rats are fond of fondling Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 29: 328-334
Sloan L, Latané B. (1974) Sex and sociability in rats Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 10: 147-158
Sloan LR, Latane B. (1974) Social deprivation and stimulus satiation in the albino rat Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology. 87: 1148-1156
Latané B, Edwards J, Steele C, et al. (1973) Social attraction among and between albino and hooded rats Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society. 2: 20-22
Latané B, Poor D, Sloan L. (1972) Familiarity and attraction to social and nonsocial objects by rats Psychonomic Science. 26: 171-172
Latane B, Nesbitt P, Eckman J, et al. (1972) Long- and short-term social deprivation and sociability in rats Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology. 81: 69-75
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