1981 - Fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA)
Barry R. Schlenker mostly deals with Social psychology, Impression management, Self, Interpersonal relationship and Attribution. His research brings together the fields of Social anxiety and Social psychology. His study in Impression management is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Impression formation, Preference and Interpersonal communication.
Barry R. Schlenker interconnects Credibility, Balance and Conceptual framework in the investigation of issues within Self. His research integrates issues of Situational ethics, Conflict and Social perception in his study of Interpersonal relationship. The various areas that Barry R. Schlenker examines in his Attribution study include Identity, Moral development, Virtue, Age differences and Justice.
Barry R. Schlenker mainly investigates Social psychology, Developmental psychology, Interpersonal relationship, Attribution and Impression management. His Social psychology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Moral responsibility and Social perception. His research in Developmental psychology focuses on subjects like Perception, which are connected to Group performance.
His Interpersonal relationship research focuses on Self-esteem and how it connects with Social influence. In his work, Group cohesiveness is strongly intertwined with Egocentrism, which is a subfield of Attribution. Barry R. Schlenker focuses mostly in the field of Impression management, narrowing it down to topics relating to Self and, in certain cases, Self perception.
His primary scientific interests are in Social psychology, Ideology, Developmental psychology, Impression management and Self-concept. Social psychology and Obligation are two areas of study in which Barry R. Schlenker engages in interdisciplinary research. His study focuses on the intersection of Developmental psychology and fields such as Social perception with connections in the field of Admiration.
Impression management is often connected to Romantic partners in his work. His Self-concept research includes themes of Cognitive load and Social cognition. His work deals with themes such as Interpersonal communication, Identity, Relationship satisfaction, Moral identity and Extraversion and introversion, which intersect with Interpersonal relationship.
His primary areas of investigation include Social psychology, Self-concept, Personality, Morality and Ideology. The Social psychology study combines topics in areas such as Credibility and Balance. His studies in Self-concept integrate themes in fields like Social relation and Social cognition.
His work carried out in the field of Personality brings together such families of science as Developmental psychology, Religiosity and Optimism. His Developmental psychology research integrates issues from Impression formation, Social perception, Self-monitoring, Social identity theory and Stereotype. Barry R. Schlenker combines subjects such as Prejudice, Happiness and Value with his study of Morality.
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Impression Management: The Self-Concept, Social Identity, and Interpersonal Relations
Barry Royce Schlenker.
Social anxiety and self-presentation: A conceptualization model.
Barry R. Schlenker;Mark R. Leary.
Psychological Bulletin (1982)
Interpersonal Processes Involving Impression Regulation and Management
Barry R. Schlenker;Michael F. Weigold.
Annual Review of Psychology (1992)
The triangle model of responsibility.
Barry R. Schlenker;Thomas W. Britt;John Pennington;Rodolfo Murphy.
Psychological Review (1994)
The Self and social life
Gordon E. Moss;Barry R. Schlenker.
Contemporary Sociology (1987)
Children's reactions to apologies.
Bruce W. Darby;Barry R. Schlenker.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (1982)
Cognitive dissonance: Private ratiocination or public spectacle?
James T. Tedeschi;Barry R. Schlenker;Thomas V. Bonoma.
American Psychologist (1971)
On the ethics of psychological research
Barry R Schlenker;Donelson R Forsyth.
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology (1977)
The effects of personality and situational variables on behavioral trust.
Barry R. Schlenker;Bob Helm;James T. Tedeschi.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (1973)
Ideology and Prejudice The Role of Value Conflicts
John R. Chambers;Barry R. Schlenker;Brian Collisson.
Psychological Science (2013)
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