PSY 450 - Special Topics in Psychology: Consumer Psychology
CNS 504 - Graduate Statistics
Salas, E., *Nichols, D. R., & Driskell, J. E. (2007). Testing three team-training strategies in intact teams: A meta-analysis. Small Group Research, 38, 471-488.
Manuscripts in Preparation
Mullen, B., Leader, T. I., & Rice, D. R. (invited resubmission). Complexity and valence in ethnophaulisms and exclusion of ethnic out-groups: What puts the “hate” into hate-speech? Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.
Tomcho, T. J., Foels, R., Rice, D., Johnson, J., Moses, T. P., Warner, D., Wetherbee, R., & Amalfi, T. (2007). A review of ToP teaching strategies: Links to students′ scientific inquiry skills development. Manuscript submitted for review.
Tomcho, T.J., Rice, D. R., Foels, R., Folmsbee, L., Vladescu, J., Lissman, R., Matulewicz, R., & Bopp, K. (2007). Are APA′s research methods and statistics learning objectives being addressed?: A multimethod analysis. Manuscript submitted for review.
Rice, D. R., Abrams, D., Badea, C., Bohner, G., Carnaghi, A., Dementi, L. I., Durkin, K., Ehmann, B., Hodson, G., Kokdemir, D., Masip, J., Moran, A., Oswald, M. E. Ouwerkerk, J., Reber, R., Schroeder, J., Tasiopoulous, K., & Trzebinski, J. (2007). What did you just call me? European ratings of the valence of ethnophaulisms. Manuscript in preparation.
Rice, D. R. (2007). The social cognition of ingroup and outgroup faces: The paradox of categorization and recognition. Manuscript in preparation.
Rice, D. R. (2007). Sex-ratio and perceptions of beauty: “There she is, your ideal (depending on the number of other women)!” Manuscript in preparation.
Rice, D. R. & Muellerleile, P. A. (2007). “A real American hero”: The effects of gender composition on aggression. Manuscript in preparation.
Rice, D. R. & Mullen, B. (2005). Cognitive representations and the exclusion of immigrants: Why red-nosed reindeer don't play games. In Abrams, D., Marques, J., & Hewstone, M. (Eds.), Social Inclusion and Exclusion (pp. 293-316). New York, NY: Psychology Press.
Mullen, B. & Rice, D. R. (2003). Ethnophaulisms and exclusion: The behavioral consequences of cognitive representation of ethnic immigrant groups. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 29, 1056-1067.
Rice, D. R. & Mullen, B. (2003). Isaac, Ishmael, and Janus: The role of cognitive representations and group membership. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 17, 1129-1147.
Levin, K. D., *Nichols, D. R., & Johnson, B. T. (2000). Involvement and persuasion: Attitude functions for the motivated processor. In G. R. Maio & J. M. Olson (Eds.), Why we evaluate: Functions of Attitudes (pp. 163-194). Mawah, NJ: Erlbaum.
Johnson, B. T., & *Nichols, D. R. (1998). Social psychologists′ expertise in the public interest: Civilian morale research during World War II. Journal of Social Issues, 54, 53-77.
Katz, D., Johnson, B. T., & *Nichols, D. R. (1998). Floyd Henry Allport: A founder of social psychology as a behavioral science. In G. Kimble & M. Wertheimer (Eds.), Portraits of pioneers in psychology (Vol. 3: pp. 121-142). Washington, DC: APA Books.
Cognitive Representations of Faces: I am interested in how we recognize and categorize faces and what that reveals about broader cognitive processes. Specifically, I am interested in how we categorize faces of our own ethnic group and others, and what are the consequences for those categorizations on our later recognition of those same people.
Multinational Survey of Perceptions of Valence of Ethnophaulisms for Ethnic Immigrants: I am interested in the words we use (particularly negative slurs) to describe people from other ethnic groups. I am interested both in what such words reveal about the user and also what consequences these words have for the targets of the slurs.
Effects of Gender Composition in Groups: I am interested in how the relative numbers of men and women in a social group influence beliefs about those group members. For instance, I am currently examining how the relative numbers of men and women influence the perceptions of attractiveness in women and also how aggressive children should be.
Psychology Students′ Integration of Faith and Learning: I am interested how students′ understanding of the integration of Christian faith and the discipline of psychology change over their time here at Geneva College. I am currently assessing their beliefs about integration and will track changes in these beliefs as they continue through the psychology major.
Awards & Distinctions Received
Outstanding Student in Psychology, Houghton College, 1996
Syracuse University Fellow, Syracuse University, 1996, 1999
Member of the Student Committee of the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues, SPSSI, 1999-2000