Allison Shaw

Department of Communication, Assistant Professor

Research Focus: Interpersonal communication, social influence, behavioral neuroendocrinology, message processing and production

Contact Information

327 Baldy Hall
Buffalo, NY 14260

716-645-1167

Email: ashaw3@buffalo.edu

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Journal Articles

(* indicates research/publications with graduate students)

*Shaw, A.Z., Dolan, E.A., Yurgalite, L., Walton, J., Underwood, K. (2017). Using regulatory fit theory to examine how the communication context of compliance-gaining interactions influence compliance. Paper currently accepted with minor revisions at Social Influence. IMPACT FACTOR: 1.15

*Feeley, T.H., Anker, A., Shaw, A.Z., Griffin, D, Lee, S.Y. (2017). Is Door-in-the-Face a concession? Communication Quarterly, 65(1), 97-123.

*Grizzard, M., Shaw, A. Z., Dolan, E. A., Anderson, K. B., Hahn, L., & Prabhu, S. (2016). Does repeated exposure to popular media strengthen moral intuitions?: Exploratory evidence regarding consistent and conflicted moral content. In press at Media Psychology.

Boster, F.J., Shaw, A.Z., Carpenter, C.J., & Lindsey, L.M. (2015). Simulation of a dynamic theory of reasoned action. Simulation and Gaming, 45(1), 699-731. doi:10.1177/1046878114562930

Shaw, A.Z. (2013). The effect of prenatal androgen exposure on the development of neural reactivity systems: A study of the HEXACO personality inventory. Personality and Individual Differences, 55, 19-23. IMPACT FACTOR: 2.313 (5-year)

 

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