Richard Petty, Ph.D.

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Psychology Ohio State University, Columbus, Columbus, OH 
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Horcajo J, Paredes B, Higuero G, et al. (2019) The Effects of Overt Head Movements on Physical Performance After Positive Versus Negative Self-Talk. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology. 1-10
Santos D, Briñol P, Petty RE, et al. (2019) Trait aggressiveness predicting aggressive behavior: The moderating role of meta-cognitive certainty. Aggressive Behavior
Gascó M, Briñol P, Santos D, et al. (2018) Where Did This Thought Come From? A Self-Validation Analysis of the Perceived Origin of Thoughts. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 146167218775696
Geers AL, Briñol P, Vogel EA, et al. (2018) The Application of Persuasion Theory to Placebo Effects. International Review of Neurobiology. 138: 113-136
Briñol P, Petty RE, Stavraki M, et al. (2018) Affective and cognitive validation of thoughts: An appraisal perspective on anger, disgust, surprise, and awe. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 114: 693-718
Briñol P, Petty RE, Belding J. (2017) Objectification of people and thoughts: An attitude change perspective. The British Journal of Social Psychology
Cacioppo JT, Cacioppo S, Petty RE. (2016) The Neuroscience of Persuasion: A Review with an Emphasis on Issues and Opportunities. Social Neuroscience
Durso GR, Briñol P, Petty RE. (2016) From Power to Inaction: Ambivalence Gives Pause to the Powerful. Psychological Science
DeMarree KG, Rios K, Randell JA, et al. (2016) Wanting to Be Different Predicts Nonmotivated Change: Actual-Desired Self-Discrepancies and Susceptibility to Subtle Change Inductions. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin
Luttrell A, Petty RE, Briñol P. (2016) Ambivalence and certainty can interact to predict attitude stability over time Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 63: 56-68
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