Ian M. Handley, Ph.D.

Ohio University, Athens, OH, United States 
social cognition
"Ian Handley"


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G Daniel Lassiter grad student 2003 Ohio University
 (Source mere exposure and persuasion.)
Dolores Albarracin post-doc 2005 UIUC


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Andrew M. Rivers grad student 2011-2013 Montana State
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Handley IM, Whillock SR, Langner A, et al. (2023) Suggestion Timing Moderates the Effects of Prior Pain Experiences on Pain Perception. The Journal of Pain
Geers AL, Close S, Caplandies FC, et al. (2019) Testing a positive affect induction to reduce verbally induced nocebo hyperalgesia in an experimental pain paradigm. Pain
Garrison KE, Handley IM. (2017) Not Merely Experiential: Unconscious Thought Can Be Rational. Frontiers in Psychology. 8: 1096
Handley IM, Brown ER, Moss-Racusin CA, et al. (2015) Quality of evidence revealing subtle gender biases in science is in the eye of the beholder. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Manigault AW, Handley IM, Whillock SR. (2015) Assessment of unconscious decision aids applied to complex patient-centered medical decisions. Journal of Medical Internet Research. 17: e37
Handley IM, Fowler SL, Rasinski HM, et al. (2013) Beliefs about expectations moderate the influence of expectations on pain perception. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine. 20: 52-8
Handley IM, Goss RJ. (2012) How Mental Simulations of the Future and Message-Induced Expectations Influence Purchasing Goals Psychology and Marketing. 29: 401-410
Albarracín D, Handley IM. (2011) The time for doing is not the time for change: effects of general action and inaction goals on attitude retrieval and attitude change. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 100: 983-98
Noguchi K, Handley IM, Albarracín D. (2011) Participating in politics resembles physical activity: general action patterns in international archives, United States archives, and experiments. Psychological Science. 22: 235-42
Handley IM, Runnion BM. (2011) Evidence that unconscious thinking influences persuasion based on argument quality Social Cognition. 29: 668-682
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