Megan Allison O'Grady

University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, United States 
self-presentation, applied social psychology, psychology of risk perception
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Jennifer Jill Harman grad student 2005-2009 Colorado State
 (Alcohol use and misuse as a self -presentational tactic among college freshmen: An investigation of individual and situational factors.)
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Chin MP, Reisman SA, Bakris GL, et al. (2014) Mechanisms contributing to adverse cardiovascular events in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus and stage 4 chronic kidney disease treated with bardoxolone methyl American Journal of Nephrology. 39: 499-508
Chung H, Kim A, Neighbors CJ, et al. (2013) Early experience of a pilot intervention for patients with depression and chronic medical illness in an urban ACO. General Hospital Psychiatry. 35: 468-71
Eng K, Rolin S, Fazio R, et al. (2013) Finger Tapping: Why Can't We Alternate Hands? Applied Neuropsychology. Adult
Cullum J, O'Grady M, Sandoval P, et al. (2013) Ignoring norms with a little help from my friends: Social support reduces normative influence on drinking behavior Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology. 32: 17-33
O'Grady MA. (2013) Alcohol self-presentation: The role of impression motivation and impression construction Journal of Applied Social Psychology. 43: 854-869
Cullum J, O'Grady M, Armeli S, et al. (2012) Change and stability in active and passive social influence dynamics during natural drinking events: A longitudinal measurement-burst study Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology. 31: 51-80
Cullum J, O'Grady M, Armeli S, et al. (2012) The Role of Context-Specific Norms and Group Size in Alcohol Consumption and Compliance Drinking During Natural Drinking Events Basic and Applied Social Psychology. 34: 304-312
O'Grady MA, Harman JJ, Gleason MEJ, et al. (2012) Managing an Attractive Impression by Using Alcohol: Evidence From Two Daily Diary Studies Basic and Applied Social Psychology. 34: 76-87
O'Grady MA, Cullum J, Armeli S, et al. (2011) Putting the relationship between social anxiety and alcohol use into context: A daily diary investigation of drinking in response to embarrassing events. Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology. 30: 599-615
O'Grady MA, Cullum J, Tennen H, et al. (2011) Daily relationship between event-specific drinking norms and alcohol use: a four-year longitudinal study. Journal of Studies On Alcohol and Drugs. 72: 633-41
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