His primary areas of study are Social psychology, Social relation, Social psychology, Social comparison theory and Interpersonal relationship. His Social psychology study incorporates themes from Developmental psychology, Everyday life and Projective test. His Social relation study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Ingroups and outgroups and Self-disclosure.
He combines subjects such as Self-knowledge, Self perception and Self with his study of Social comparison theory. Ladd Wheeler focuses mostly in the field of Interpersonal relationship, narrowing it down to matters related to Loneliness and, in some cases, Psychometrics, Psychological testing and Femininity. His research integrates issues of Coping, Social support and Relative deprivation in his study of Personality.
Ladd Wheeler mainly focuses on Social psychology, Social comparison theory, Developmental psychology, Social relation and Social isolation. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Physical attractiveness and Social perception. His Social comparison theory study deals with Self intersecting with Social influence.
In his research on the topic of Social relation, Social position is strongly related with Social engagement. His study on Social isolation is intertwined with other disciplines of science such as Ostracism and Interpersonal interaction. His studies deal with areas such as Loneliness and Personality as well as Interpersonal relationship.
His main research concerns Social psychology, Social comparison theory, Ostracism, Big-fish–little-pond effect and Affect. His Social psychology research incorporates elements of Developmental psychology and Social perception. His Social comparison theory research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Gender studies and Audiology.
His Ostracism research incorporates themes from Inter-rater reliability, Anger, Association and Social rejection. His Big-fish–little-pond effect course of study focuses on School environment and Social desirability and Self perception. His studies in Affect integrate themes in fields like Moderation and Mood.
Ladd Wheeler mostly deals with Social psychology, Social comparison theory, Social isolation, Everyday life and Affect. His Social comparison theory study combines topics in areas such as School environment and Social perception. Ladd Wheeler interconnects Self-concept and Self perception in the investigation of issues within School environment.
Ladd Wheeler has included themes like Personality and Moderation in his Social perception study. Ladd Wheeler integrates many fields in his works, including Social isolation, Social exclusion, Ostracism, Interpersonal interaction, Interpersonal relationship and Developmental psychology. His Affect research includes elements of Clinical psychology, Mood, Arousal and Prosocial behavior.
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Review of personality and social psychology
Ladd Wheeler;Phillip Shaver.
Handbook of social comparison : theory and research
Jerry M. Suls;Ladd Wheeler.
Self‐Recording of Everyday Life Events: Origins, Types, and Uses
Ladd Wheeler;Harry T. Reis.
Journal of Personality (1991)
Social Comparison: Why, With Whom, and With What Effect?
Jerry Suls;René Martin;Ladd Wheeler.
Current Directions in Psychological Science (2002)
Social Comparison in Everyday Life
Ladd Wheeler;Kunitate Miyake.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (1992)
Loneliness, social interaction, and sex roles.
Ladd Wheeler;Harry Reis;John B. Nezlek.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (1983)
Collectivism-Individualism in Everyday Social Life: The Middle Kingdom and the Melting Pot
Ladd Wheeler;Harry T. Reis;Michael Harris Bond.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (1989)
Sex differences in social participation
Ladd Wheeler;John Nezlek.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (1977)
On Being Rejected: A Meta-Analysis of Experimental Research on Rejection.
Jonathan Gerber;Ladd Wheeler.
Perspectives on Psychological Science (2009)
Motivation as a determinant of upward comparison
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology (1966)
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