His scientific interests lie mostly in Developmental psychology, Social psychology, Interpersonal communication, Stereotype and Social perception. He studies Young adult which is a part of Developmental psychology. In his research, Similarity, Outgroup and Ingroups and outgroups is intimately related to Set, which falls under the overarching field of Young adult.
Mary Lee Hummert has researched Stereotype in several fields, including Gender identity, Age differences and Personality. In his study, he carries out multidisciplinary Social perception and Self-concept research. His studies in Self-concept integrate themes in fields like Prejudice, Well-being, Clinical psychology and Social identity theory.
Mary Lee Hummert mainly investigates Developmental psychology, Social psychology, Stereotype, Interpersonal communication and Young adult. His Intergenerational communication and Nonverbal communication study in the realm of Developmental psychology interacts with subjects such as Age groups, Trait and Conversation. His Stereotype research incorporates elements of Gerontology and Set.
The various areas that Mary Lee Hummert examines in his Set study include Clique and Social category. His research in Interpersonal communication intersects with topics in Social relation and Nursing. His Young adult study incorporates themes from Schema, Status group, Prejudice and Well-being.
His main research concerns Developmental psychology, Social psychology, Perspective, Measure and Experimental research. His work on Young adult, Intergenerational communication and Ecological systems theory is typically connected to Age changes as part of general Developmental psychology study, connecting several disciplines of science. His work in the fields of Social psychology, such as Compliance, overlaps with other areas such as Communication accommodation theory, Officer, Criminal justice ethics and China.
His Perspective research incorporates a variety of disciplines, including Cultural influence, Research studies, Older people, Age differences and Longevity.
His primary areas of investigation include Social psychology, Interpersonal competence, Scholarship, Choir and Public relations. His Social psychology research encompasses a variety of disciplines, including Law enforcement, Cross-cultural, China, Criminal justice ethics and Officer. Mary Lee Hummert has included themes like Interpersonal communication and Media studies in his Interpersonal competence study.
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Stereotypes of the elderly held by young, middle-aged, and elderly adults.
Mary Lee Hummert;Teri A. Garstka;Jaye L. Shaner;Sharon Strahm.
Journal of Gerontology (1994)
Multiple stereotypes of elderly and young adults: a comparison of structure and evaluations.
Mary L. Hummert.
Psychology and Aging (1990)
Communication Predicaments of Aging: Patronizing Behavior toward Older Adults
Ellen Bouchard Ryan;Mary Lee Hummert;Linda H. Boich.
Journal of Language and Social Psychology (1995)
How young and older adults differ in their responses to perceived age discrimination.
Teri A. Garstka;Michael T. Schmitt;Nyla R. Branscombe;Mary Lee Hummert.
Psychology and Aging (2004)
Using the implicit association test to measure age differences in implicit social cognitions.
Mary Lee Hummert;Teri A. Garstka;Laurie T. O'Brien;Anthony G. Greenwald.
Psychology and Aging (2002)
Investigating the Effects of Communication Problems on Caregiver Burden
Marie Y Savundranayagam;Mary Lee Hummert;Rhonda J V Montgomery.
Journals of Gerontology Series B-psychological Sciences and Social Sciences (2005)
Stereotypes of the elderly and patronizing speech.
Mary Lee Hummert.
This chapter is a revision of a paper presented at the annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Washington, DC, Nov 1992. (1994)
Communication With Older Adults The Influence of Age Stereotypes, Context, and Communicator Age
Mary Lee Hummert;Jaye L. Shaner;Teri A. Garstka;Clark Henry.
Human Communication Research (1998)
Improving Nursing Home Communication: An Intervention to Reduce Elderspeak
Kristine N Williams;Susan Kemper;Mary Lee Hummert.
The Role of Age Stereotypes in Interpersonal Communication
Mary Lee Hummert;Teri A. Garstka;Ellen Bouchard Ryan;Jaye L. Bonnesen.
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