Jamie L. Goldenberg spends much of his time researching Social psychology, Terror management theory, Mortality salience, Developmental psychology and Death anxiety. His Social psychology research integrates issues from Human sexuality and Meaning. He combines subjects such as Salience and Vulnerability with his study of Terror management theory.
His Mortality salience research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Self-concept, Object Attachment, Interpersonal relationship, Attachment theory and Emotional security. His study in Developmental psychology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Objectification, Ambivalence, Perception and Personality. The Death anxiety study combines topics in areas such as Coping, Interpersonal communication, Social cognition and Cognitive bias.
Social psychology, Terror management theory, Mortality salience, Terror management and Developmental psychology are his primary areas of study. His research brings together the fields of Objectification and Social psychology. His research integrates issues of Priming, Death anxiety, Physical body, Meaning and Existentialism in his study of Terror management theory.
His Mortality salience research focuses on subjects like Neuroticism, which are linked to Anxiety and Clinical psychology. His Terror management research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Criminology, Conscious awareness, Cognition and Public relations. His research in Developmental psychology intersects with topics in Romance, Subliminal stimuli, Situational ethics and Ambivalence.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Social psychology, Mortality salience, Terror management theory, Terror management and Objectification. Jamie L. Goldenberg is interested in Self, which is a field of Social psychology. Mortality salience is a subfield of Developmental psychology that Jamie L. Goldenberg studies.
As part of one scientific family, Jamie L. Goldenberg deals mainly with the area of Terror management theory, narrowing it down to issues related to the Meaning, and often Affect and Health communication. His Terror management study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Existentialism, Criminology and Self-esteem. He has included themes like Dehumanization, Beauty and Gender studies in his Objectification study.
Jamie L. Goldenberg focuses on Social psychology, Terror management theory, Objectification, Mortality salience and Sexualization. His work in the fields of Social psychology, such as Self-efficacy and Fear appeal, intersects with other areas such as Human factors and ergonomics, Suicide prevention and Health outcomes. His Terror management theory research is mostly focused on the topic Terror management.
The subject of his Mortality salience research is within the realm of Developmental psychology. His research investigates the connection with Sexualization and areas like Dehumanization which intersect with concerns in Feeling, Beauty, Sexual objectification and Human sexuality. His studies in Self integrate themes in fields like Self-esteem, Cognition, Self-awareness, Existentialism and Physical health.
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Attachment, self-esteem, worldviews, and terror management: evidence for a tripartite security system.
Joshua Hart;Phillip R. Shaver;Jamie L. Goldenberg.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (2005)
A function of form: Terror management and structuring the social world
Mark J. Landau;Michael Johns;Jeff Greenberg;Tom Pyszczynski.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (2004)
Objectifying Sarah Palin: Evidence that objectification causes women to be perceived as less competent and less fully human
Nathan A. Heflick;Jamie L. Goldenberg.
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology (2009)
I am not an animal: mortality salience, disgust, and the denial of human creatureliness.
Jamie L. Goldenberg;Tom Pyszczynski;Jeff L Greenberg;Sheldon Solomon.
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General (2001)
The body as a source of self-esteem: the effect of mortality salience on identification with one's body, interest in sex, and appearance monitoring.
Jamie L. Goldenberg;Shannon K. McCoy;Shannon K. McCoy;Tom Pyszczynski;Jeff Greenberg.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (2000)
Death, sex, love, and neuroticism: why is sex such a problem?
Jamie L. Goldenberg;Tom Pyszczynski;Shannon K. McCoy;Jeff Greenberg.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (1999)
The implications of death for health: a terror management health model for behavioral health promotion.
Jamie L. Goldenberg;Jamie Arndt.
Psychological Review (2008)
From women to objects: Appearance focus, target gender, and perceptions of warmth, morality and competence
Nathan A. Heflick;Jamie L. Goldenberg;Douglas P. Cooper;Elisa Puvia.
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology (2011)
A Time to Tan: Proximal and Distal Effects of Mortality Salience on Sun Exposure Intentions
Clay Routledge;Jamie Arndt;Jamie L. Goldenberg.
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin (2004)
Fleeing the body: A terror management perspective on the problem of human corporeality
Jamie L. Goldenberg;Jamie L. Goldenberg;Tom Pyszczynski;Jeff Greenberg;Sheldon Solomon.
Personality and Social Psychology Review (2000)
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