Leila T. Worth, Ph.D.
|1988||Psychology||University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA, United States|
|1989-1992||Psychology||Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA, United States|
Dr. Leila Worth earned her college degree at Williams College, then a PhD in Social Psychology from the University of California, Santa Barbara. She taught at the University of Pennsylvania for a couple of years before starting veterinary school, graduating with her Doctor of Veterinarian Medicine degree in 1994. She then did an internship in large animal cardiology and ultrasound at New Bolton Center before completing her residency in radiology in 1998. She joined Denver-based Diagnostic Imaging, one of the largest private practice veterinary radiology groups in the country, and has been working with Wheat Ridge Animal Hospital since 1998. Dr. Worth was board-certified by the American College of Veterinary Radiology in 1999.
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|Mackie DM, Allison ST, Worth LT, et al. (1992) The generalization of outcome-biased counter-stereotypic inferences Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 28: 43-64|
|Mackie DM, Worth LT, Asuncion AG. (1990) Processing of Persuasive In-Group Messages Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 58: 812-822|
|Mackie DM, Worth LT. (1990) The Impact of Distraction on the Processing of Category-Based and Attribute-Based Evaluations Basic and Applied Social Psychology. 11: 255-271|
|Mackie DM, Worth LT. (1989) Processing Deficits and the Mediation of Positive Affect in Persuasion Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 57: 27-40|
|Hamilton DL, Driscoll DM, Worth LT. (1989) Cognitive organization of impressions: effects of incongruency in complex representations Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 57: 925-939|
|Worth LT, Allison ST, Messick DM. (1987) Impact of a group decision on perception of one's own and others' attitudes. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 53: 673-682|