All meetings are 10:30-12:00 in 120 Lazenby Hall
FALL SEMESTER 2017: [Organizer = Duane Wegener]
Aug 25: Amit Singh, Department of Marketing, OSU, Attitudinal ambivalence: Commitment to purchasing a product about which one feel’s conflicted.
Sept 1: Laura Wallace, Source bias and trustworthiness: Distinct influences on source credibility, attributions for position-taking, and persuasion.
Sept 8: Kip Williams, Jeff Jackson, Steve Nida, Steve Harkins, Ren Sloan, and John Pryor, The OSU social psychology program: Then and now.
Sept 15: Daniel Rovenpor, The impact of emotion and locus of control on self-validation effects.
Sept 22: Laura Wagner, Developmental psychology program, Ohio State University, Biasing social attitudes on speakers’ dialects.
Sept. 29: Geoff Durso, I like the way you think: Assuming ‘good reasons’ in the similarity-attraction effect.
Oct 6: Jake Teeny, Are opposers sorer losers? Valence framing on expectations for and reactions to election outcomes.
Oct 13: [No meeting, SESP]
Oct 20: Nancy Xu, The need to evaluate subscales: Implications for transmission and reception sets.
Oct 27: Kathleen Patton, Influences of attitudinal ambivalence on attitude clarity.
Nov 3: Luke Hinsenkamp, Effect of position extremity on depth of processing and persuasion.
Nov 10: [No meeting, Veteran’s Day Holiday]
Nov 17: Asael Sklar, Selection for awareness [a practice job talk].
Nov 24: [No meeting, Thanksgiving holiday]
Dec 1: Anna Paley, Department of Marketing, Ohio State University, The role of perceived financial constraints on word of mouth.
SPRING SEMESTER 2018: [Organizer = Baldwin Way]
Jan 12: Nick O’Dell; Decision making beliefs dissertation proposal; Jake Teeny; Matching self-generated messages to affective versus cognitive attitudes.
Jan 19: Zachary Niese, Pre-existing goal commitment changes how people interpret experiences of effort.
Jan 26: David Lee, To whom do you go for what support? The role of social distance in support seeking.
Feb 2: Taylor Ballinger, When different people see different bias differently.
Feb 9: Josh Clarkson, Department of Marketing, University of Cincinnati, When expectations backfire: How argument order expectancies influence advertising efficacy.
Feb 16: Aviva Philipp-Mueller, Subjective vs. structural moral bases of attitudes.
Feb 23: [No Meeting, Grad Recruitment Day]
Mar 2: [No meeting, SPSP]
Mar 9: Asael Sklar, Self-control, construal level, and the feeling of choice.
Mar 16: [No meeting, OSU Spring break]
Mar 23: Shelby Boggs, Valence asymmetry, disgust sensitivity, and dangerous world beliefs.
Mar 30: Jaroth Lanzolotta, Understanding argument quality as a function of desirability and likelihood; Joe Siev, Impact of number of alternative choices on information seeking.
Apr 6: MPA Practice Talks, Luke Hinsenkamp, Jacob Teeny, Nancy Xu
Apr 13: [No meeting, MPA]
Apr 20: Farewells from departing GAP members: (Geoff Durso, Kathleen Patton)