Kipling D. Williams focuses on Social psychology, Ostracism, Social rejection, Developmental psychology and Social relation. His Social psychology research includes themes of Alienation and Social perception. His Ostracism research incorporates elements of Silent treatment, Self-esteem, Aggression, Social isolation and Interpersonal relationship.
In his study, Social death and Intrapsychic is strongly linked to Belongingness, which falls under the umbrella field of Social rejection. Kipling D. Williams has included themes like Cognitive development and Social exclusion in his Developmental psychology study. His work deals with themes such as Interpersonal communication, Minority influence, Social psychology, Consensus theory and Social competence, which intersect with Social relation.
Kipling D. Williams mostly deals with Social psychology, Ostracism, Developmental psychology, Social exclusion and Social isolation. Social influence, Social relation, Interpersonal relationship, Social loafing and Social acceptance are among the areas of Social psychology where Kipling D. Williams concentrates his study. His research investigates the connection between Social relation and topics such as Social psychology that intersect with problems in Social competence.
His Social loafing study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Social compensation. His research in Ostracism intersects with topics in Distress, Social rejection, Aggression, Coping and Feeling. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Cognition and Developmental psychology.
Kipling D. Williams mainly focuses on Social psychology, Ostracism, Social exclusion, Social influence and Developmental psychology. As a part of the same scientific family, Kipling D. Williams mostly works in the field of Social psychology, focusing on Social isolation and, on occasion, Personality. His Ostracism study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Inclusion, Situational ethics, Perception, Moderation and Feeling.
His research integrates issues of Silence and Everyday life in his study of Social exclusion. As part of his studies on Social influence, Kipling D. Williams often connects relevant subjects like Cognitive psychology. His Interpersonal relationship study typically links adjacent topics like Anger.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Ostracism, Social psychology, Social exclusion, Developmental psychology and Social isolation. The study incorporates disciplines such as Situational ethics, Perception, Psychotherapist, Distress and Feeling in addition to Ostracism. Social psychology is often connected to Inclusion in his work.
His Social exclusion study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Silence and Everyday life. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Reflexivity, Alienation, Chronic pain and Depression. His Aggression research focuses on subjects like Social rejection, which are linked to Psychological intervention.
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Does Rejection Hurt? An fMRI Study of Social Exclusion
Naomi I. Eisenberger;Naomi I. Eisenberger;Matthew D. Lieberman;Matthew D. Lieberman;Kipling D. Williams;Kipling D. Williams.
Many Hands Make Light the Work: The Causes and Consequences of Social Loafing
Bibb Latané;Kipling Williams;Stephen Harkins.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (1979)
Social loafing: A meta-analytic review and theoretical integration.
Steven J. Karau;Kipling D. Williams.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (1993)
Cyberostracism: Effects of being ignored over the Internet.
Kipling D. Williams;Christopher K. T. Cheung;Wilma Choi.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (2000)
Ostracism: The Power of Silence
Kipling D. Williams.
How low can you go? Ostracism by a computer is sufficient to lower self-reported levels of belonging, control, self-esteem, and meaningful existence
Lisa Zadro;Kipling D Williams;Rick Richardson.
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology (2004)
Cyberball : A program for use in research on interpersonal ostracism and acceptance
Kipling D. Williams;Blair Jarvis.
Behavior Research Methods (2006)
Social Ostracism by Coworkers: Does Rejection Lead to Loafing or Compensation?
Kipling D. Williams;Kristin L. Sommer.
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin (1997)
Ostracism: A temporal need-threat model.
Kipling D. Williams.
Identifiability as a deterrant to social loafing: Two cheering experiments.
Kipling Williams;Stephen G. Harkins;Bibb Latané.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (1981)
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