campus wide alert

Publications

Dr. Sheila Brownlow

  • Burris, K. M., Brownlow, S., & Lins, K. C.  (under revision).  How does fitness priming influence self- and other-judgments of personal and physical characteristics?

  • Ryan, L. R., Brownlow, S., & Patterson, B.  (2015).  Women’s mental rotation abilities as a function of priming.  Psychology, 6(1), 217-222.  https://dx.doi.org/10.4236/psych.2015.63021

  • Robinson, S. C., & Brownlow, S.  (2015).  Determinants of proenvironmental attitudes in college students.  British Journal of Education, Society, and Behavioral Science, 5(1), 38-49. https://dx.doi.org/10.9734/BJESBS/2015/12152

  • Kanoy, A., Brownlow, S., & Sowers, T. F.  (2012).   Can rewards obviate stereotype threat effects on mental rotation tasks?  Psychology, 3(7), 542-547. https://dx.doi.org/10.4236/psych.2012.37080

  • Brownlow, S., Janas, A. J., Blake, K. A., Rebadow, K. T., & Mellon, L. M.  (2011).  Getting by with a little help from my friends:  Mental rotation ability after tacit peer encouragement.  Psychology, 2(4), 363-370.  https://dx.doi.org/10.4236/psych.2011.24057

  • Davison, J. L., Schneider, D. I., & Brownlow, S.  (2010).  Name cues to race and ethnicity affect mock jury decisions.  Psi Chi Journal, 15, 76-83.

  • Brownlow, S., Valentine, S. E., & Owusu, A.  (2009).  Women athletes’ mental rotation under stereotypic threat.  Perceptual and Motor Skills, 107, 307-316.

  • Brownlow, S., Attea, M. F.,  Makransky, J. A., & Lopez, A. O.  (2007).  Name letter matching and implicit egotism:  Friends as self-extensions.  Social Behavior and Personality, 35, 1-11.   

  • Balentine, C. B., & Brownlow, S.  (2006).  Does making salient task relevance to group affiliation decrease the performance of men athletes on spatial tasks?  Psi Chi Journal, 11, 37-44.

  • Attea, M. F., & Brownlow, S.  (2005).  Implicit egotism as a function of need for uniqueness and self-acceptance.  Psi Chi Journal, 10, 83-89.

  • Brownlow, S., McPheron, T. K., & Acks, C. N.  (2003).  Science background and spatial abilities in men and women.  Journal of Science Education and Technology, 12, 371-380.

  • Brownlow, S., Rosamond, J. A., & Parker, J. A.  (2003).   Linguistic and paralinguistic behavior in television interviews.  Sex Roles, 49, 121-133.

  • Brownlow, S., & Miderski, C. A.  (2002).  How gender and college chemistry experience influence mental rotation abilities.  Themes in Education, 3, 133-140.

  • Brownlow, S., Smith, T. J., & Ellis, B. R.  (2002).  How science interest negatively influences perceptions of women.  Journal of Science Education and Technology, 11, 135-144.

  • Scali, R. M., & Brownlow, S.  (2001).  Influence of instructional manipulation and stereotype activation on sex differences in spatial task performance.  Psi Chi Journal, 6, 3-13.

  • Brownlow, S., Jacobi, T., & Rogers, M. I.  (2000).  Science anxiety as a function of gender and experience.  Sex Roles, 42, 119-131.

  • Brownlow, S., & Reasinger, R. D.  (2000).  Putting off until tomorrow what is better done today:  Academic procrastination as a function of motivation toward college work.  Journal of Social Behavior and Personality, 15, 15-34.

  • Gunsch, M. A., Brownlow, S., Haynes, S. E., & Mabe, Z.  (2000).  Differential linguistic content of various forms of political advertising.  Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 44, 27-42.

  • Scali, R. M., Brownlow, S., & Hicks, J.  (2000).  Gender differences in spatial task performance as a function of speed or accuracy orientation.  Sex Roles, 43, 359-376.      

  • Walter, K. D., Roberts, A. E., & Brownlow, S.  (2000).  Sex differences in mental rotation and other spatial abilities as measured through transcranial doppler sonography.  Journal of Psychophysiology, 14, 37-45.

  • Brownlow, S., Whitener, R., & Rupert, J. M.  (1998).   “I’ll take gender differences for $1000!”  Domain-specific intellectual success on JeopardySex Roles, 38, 269-285.

  • Kilby, M. A., & Brownlow, S.  (1998).  Toss salt and touch a hunchback:  The influence of sex and peer group on superstition.  Psi Chi Journal, 3, 74-84.

  • Walter, K. D., Brownlow, S., Ervin, S. L., & Williamson, N.  (1998).  Something in the way she moves:  The impact of shoe-altered gait on trait perceptions of women.  Psi Chi Journal, 3, 163-169. 

  • Brownlow, S.  (1997).  Going the extra mile:  The rewards of publishing your undergraduate research.  Invited editorial in Psi Chi Journal, 2, 83-85.

  • Brownlow, S., Dixon, A. R., Egbert, C. A., & Radcliffe, R. D.  (1997).  Perceptions of movement and dancer characteristics from point-light displays of dance.  Psychological Record, 47, 411-421.

  • Brownlow, S., & Durham, S.  (1997).  Sex differences in the use of science and technology in children’s cartoons.  Journal of Science Education and Technology, 6, 103-110.

  • Brownlow, S., Gilbert, N. M., & Reasinger, R. D.  (1997).  Motivation, personality preferences, and interests in college students.  Journal of Psychological Practice, 3, 128-148.

  • Lyerly, C. C., Smith, S. M., & Brownlow, S.  (1996).  Looking for love in all the wrong places:  Sex and race differences in mate selection through the personal ads.  Psi Chi Journal, 1, 15-25.

  • Shaneberger, D., Williamson, N., & Brownlow, S.  (1996).  ...And justice for all?  The effect of name cues to race on judicial decisions.  Psi Chi Journal, 1, 2-9.

  • Copley, J. E., & Brownlow, S.  (1995).  The interactive effects of facial maturity and name warmth on perceptions of job candidates.  Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 16, 251-265.

  • Brownlow, S.  (1992).  Seeing is believing:  Facial appearance, credibility, and attitude change.  Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, 16, 101-116.

  • Zebrowitz, L. A., Brownlow, S., & Olson, K.  (1992).  Babytalk to the babyfaced.  Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, 16, 143-158.

  • Brownlow, S., & Zebrowitz, L. A.  (1990).  Facial appearance, gender, and credibility in television commercials.  Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, 14, 51-60.

  • Berry, D. S., & Brownlow, S.  (1989).  Were the physiognomists right?  Personality correlates of facial babyishness.  Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 15, 266-279.

 

Dr. Amy Holmes

  • Holmes, A. (2016). A (relatively) painless approach to online psychology course creation. Poster presentation at the Eastern Conference on the Teaching of Psychology, Staunton, VA. 
  • Holmes, A. (2015). Beyond text: Student audio & video files designed to build community. NC Community College Association of Distance Learning Conference, Raleigh, NC.

 

Dr. Erin Wood

  • Wood, E. (2016). Using class activities in undergraduate psychology courses to engage students. Symposium presentation at the meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA.

  • Wood, E.  & Hood, K. (2016). Reliability, validity, and correlations between eight self-efficacy scales and items. Poster session presented at the meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA.

  • Wood, E. (2015). Using class activities to keep psychology students' interested: Symposium II. Symposium presentation at the meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, Hilton Head, SC.

  • Wood, E. (2015). Health-related self-efficacy and associated demographic and wellness app use trends. Poster session presented at the meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, Hilton Head, SC.

  • Wood, E. (2014). Traversing the pathway: Experiences instituting immersive eTexts across courses. Workshop presentation at the meeting of The Teaching Professor Technology Conference, Denver, CO.

  • Wood, E. & Pahwa, S. (2014). The role of smartphone “apps” in health-related self-efficacy reports. Poster session presented at the meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, Nashville, TN.

  • Wood, E. (2013). Engaging the change: From hardback to no back. Poster session presented at the meeting of The Teaching Professor Technology Conference, Atlanta, GA.

  • Wood, E., Mathews, M., Blalock, L., Brugman, J., & Hackathorn, J. (2013). Welcome to academe: trials and tribulations of the new academic. Discussion panel conducted at the meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, Atlanta, GA.

  • Webster, K., Wood, E., Donahue, T., Stewart, J., Porter, J. (2011). Comparison of B6129F1 hybrid mouse strain with parent strains in locomotor activity and cognitive behavior. Poster session presented at the meeting of the European Behavioral Pharmacology Society, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

  • Donahue, T. Webster, K., Wood, E., Porter, J. (2011). Acquisition of level press response versus nose poke response in an operant autoshaping task in C57BL/6 mice. Poster session presented at the meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Washington, D.C.

  • Wood, E., Martorell, E., King, A., Porter, J. (2011). A behavioral comparison of four inbred strains of mice. Poster session presented at the meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association annual, Jacksonville, FL.

  • Wood, E., Prus, A., Porter, J. (2009). Comparison of quantal and graded responding measures of discriminative stimulus control in a two-choice low dose clozapine drug discrimination model. Poster session presented at the meeting of the Biennial European Behavioral Pharmacology Society, Rome, Italy. (Abstract Published in Behavioural Pharmacology, Vol. 20, Special Issue 1, Sept. 2009, page S103)

  • Wood, E., Vunck, S., Wiebelhaus, J., Walentiny, D., Porter, J. (2008). A comparison of the discriminative stimulus properties of the mGluR 2/3 agonist, LY379268 to the atypical antipsychotics clozapine and ziprasidone. Poster session presented at the meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Washington, DC.

  • Wood, E., Pehrson, A., Wood, J., Prus, A., Meltzer H., Porter, J. (2007). The discriminative stimulus properties of the atypical antipsychotic ziprasidone in rats. Poster session presented at the meeting of the Biennial European Behavioral Pharmacology Society,Tubingen, Germany. (Abstract Published in Behavioural Pharmacology, Vol. 18, Supplement 1, Sept. 2007, page S70)

  • Wood, E., Holton, I., Pehrson, A., Prus, A., Porter, J. (2007). A comparison of the discriminative stimulus properties of the atypical antipsychotic drugs ziprasidone and clozapine in rats. Poster session presented at the meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, San Diego, CA.

  • Wood, E., Pehrson, A., Wood, J., Prus, A., Meltzer, H., Porter, J. (2006). Two-lever drug discrimination with the atypical antipsychotic ziprasidone differentiates atypical from typical antipsychotic drugs in rats. Poster session presented at the meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Atlanta, GA.

  • Pehrson, A., Wood, E., Prus, A., Philibin, S., Porter, J. (2005). Drug discrimination with the atypical antipsychotic ziprasidone in rats. Poster session presented at the meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Washington, DC.

  • Philibin, S., Pehrson, A., Prus, A., Wood, E., Wise, L., Porter, J. (2005). Clozapine drug discrimination: a species comparison between rats and mice. Poster session presented at the    meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Washington, DC.

  • Philibin S., Prus, A., Pehrson, A., Wood, E., Meltzer, H., Porter, J. (2005). The discriminative stimulus properties of the atypical antipsychotic clozapine in C57BL/6 mice.

  • Poster session presented at the meeting of the Biennial European Behavioral Pharmacology Society, Barcelona, Spain. (Abstract published in Behavioural Pharmacology, Vol. 16, Supplement 1, Sept. 2005, page S49)


Dr. Lyn T. Boulter

  • Morris, J., Boulter, L., & Brotheridge, C. (2007).  Bringing positive psychology into the business class room:  Gratitude visits as a way to develop emotional intelligence.  Journal of the  Academy of Business Education, 8, 41-55.

  • Boulter, L. T.  (Sept, 2007).  The effectiveness of peer-led FAS/FAE prevention presentations in middle and high schools.  Journal of Alcohol and Drug Education, 51, 7-26.

  • Boulter, L. T.  (2004). Family-school connection and school violence prevention.  In A. C. Heggins & C. B. Jones (Guest Eds.)  Defining family involvement in the schools:  New voices, new views [Special issue]. The Negro Educational Review, 55, 27-40.

  • Boulter, L. T.  (2003). The Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children--Third Edition.  Magill’s Encyclopedia of Social Science:  Psychology, 1680-1682.

  • Boulter, L. T. (2002). Self-Concept as predictor of college freshman academic adjustment.  The College Student Journal, 36, 234-244.

  • Boulter, L. T.  (2001). Academic achievement in home school education.  Retrieved from ERIC database. (EA030697).

  • Boulter, L.T. & Macaluso, K. (1994). Individualized assessment of home schooling education. Home School Researcher, 10, 1-6.

  • Boulter, L.T., & Swann, M.  (1993). Cross-national comparison of students' political awareness and attitudes.  Retrieved from ERIC database. (ED346082).

  • Acredolo, L.P. & Boulter, L.T. (1984). Effects of hierarchical organization on children's judgment of distance and direction.  Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 37, 409-425.