1979 - Fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA)
Her primary areas of investigation include Social psychology, Developmental psychology, Attribution, Gender role and Luck. Many of her research projects under Social psychology are closely connected to Research methodology with Research methodology, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. Her Developmental psychology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Social relation, Clinical psychology, Psychological intervention and Power.
Her Attribution research incorporates elements of Higher education, Cognitive psychology, Cognition and Rating scale. Her Luck research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Consistency, Locus of control, Need for achievement and Action. The study incorporates disciplines such as Suicide prevention, Perception, Human factors and ergonomics and Self in addition to Coping.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Social psychology, Developmental psychology, Attribution, Domestic violence and Criminology. The Social psychology study combines topics in areas such as Perception and Power. Her studies in Developmental psychology integrate themes in fields like Social relation, Social psychology, Interpersonal relationship and Personality psychology.
Her research in Attribution intersects with topics in Situational ethics, Cognitive psychology, Need for achievement, Luck and Locus of control. As a member of one scientific family, Irene Hanson Frieze mostly works in the field of Domestic violence, focusing on Aggression and, on occasion, Clinical psychology and Elder abuse. Irene Hanson Frieze combines subjects such as Suicide prevention and Human factors and ergonomics with her study of Criminology.
Irene Hanson Frieze focuses on Social psychology, Domestic violence, Developmental psychology, Place attachment and Aggression. Her research ties Perception and Social psychology together. Her studies in Domestic violence integrate themes in fields like Anger, Clinical psychology and Criminology.
The Developmental psychology study which covers Personality psychology that intersects with Aggressive personality, Reinforcement and Intimate partner. The study incorporates disciplines such as Social relation, Cognitive psychology, Sociology of Education and Power in addition to Place attachment. Her research in Aggression intersects with topics in Mental health, Jealousy, Conflict tactics scale and Elder abuse.
Her primary areas of study are Social psychology, Domestic violence, Place attachment, Developmental psychology and Gender studies. Her research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Perception and Social psychology. Her Perception research integrates issues from Sexual abuse, Harassment and Action.
Her study in the field of Dating violence also crosses realms of Multivariate analysis of variance, China, Respondent and Multilevel model. Her research integrates issues of Sociology of Education, Social relation and Empirical research in her study of Place attachment. Her Developmental psychology study combines topics in areas such as Peer violence, Everyday life and Elder abuse.
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Perceiving the causes of success and failure.
Bernard Weiner;Irene Frieze;Andy Kukla;Linda Reed.
Preparation of this paper grew out of a workshop on attribution theory held at University of California, Los Angeles, Aug 1969. (1987)
A Theoretical Perspective for Understanding Reactions to Victimization
Ronnie Janoff-Bulman;Irene Hanson Frieze.
Journal of Social Issues (1983)
Women and Sex Roles: A Social Psychological Perspective
Irene Hanson Frieze.
Pollution Reduction Preferences of U.S. Environmental Managers: Applying Ajzen'S Theory of Planned Behavior
Mark Cordano;Irene Hanson Frieze.
Academy of Management Journal (2000)
Cue utilization and attributional judgments for success and failure
Irene Frieze;Bernard Weiner.
Journal of Personality (1971)
Predictors of dating violence: a multivariate analysis
Jamila Bookwala;Irene H. Frieze;Christine Smith;Kathryn Ryan.
Violence & Victims (1992)
Measuring causal attibutions for success and failure.
Timothy W. Elig;Irene H. Frieze.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (1979)
Attractiveness and Income for Men and Women in Management1
Irene Hanson Frieze;Josephine E. Olson;June Russell.
Journal of Applied Social Psychology (1991)
Toward a Concept of a Migrant Personality
Bonka S. Boneva;Irene Hanson Frieze.
Journal of Social Issues (2001)
Investigating the causes and consequences of marital rape.
Irene Hanson Frieze.
Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society (1983)
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