Melvin M. Mark mostly deals with Cognitive psychology, Social psychology, Persuasion, Cognition and Mood. His Cognitive psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Interpersonal communication, Econometrics and Action. His study on Social psychology is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Construct.
His Persuasion research includes elements of Cued speech, Higher education, Attribution and Attitude change. Melvin M. Mark interconnects Valence and Low arousal theory in the investigation of issues within Cognition. In his work, Task, Mechanism, Audiology and Heuristics is strongly intertwined with Affect, which is a subfield of Mood.
Social psychology, Program evaluation, Evaluation methods, Oral history and Clinical psychology are his primary areas of study. His Generalizability theory research extends to the thematically linked field of Social psychology. The concepts of his Program evaluation study are interwoven with issues in Qualitative research, Pedagogy, Management science and Theory of change.
His research integrates issues of Psychosocial, Psychiatry and Longitudinal study in his study of Clinical psychology. Melvin M. Mark has researched Persuasion in several fields, including Cognitive psychology and Attitude change. He combines subjects such as Psychological intervention and Randomized experiment with his study of Social support.
Melvin M. Mark focuses on Oral history, Professional development, Medical education, Evaluation methods and Evaluation theory. His research in Oral history intersects with topics in Program evaluation and Faculty development. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Social psychology, Gerontology and Media studies.
Combining a variety of fields, including Evaluation methods, Operations management, Program development, Life cycle costing, Career development and Presentation, are what the author presents in his essays. His Evaluation theory investigation overlaps with Research evaluation, Logic model, Linear logic, Explication and Artificial intelligence. His Research evaluation research overlaps with other disciplines such as Management science, Stakeholder, Accountability, Causal model and Prosocial behavior.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Knowledge management, Statistical physics, Foundation, Public relations and Engineering ethics.
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EFFECTS OF PSYCHOSOCIAL INTERVENTIONS WITH ADULT CANCER PATIENTS: A META-ANALYSIS OF RANDOMIZED EXPERIMENTS
Thomas J. Meyer;Melvin M. Mark.
Health Psychology (1995)
Evaluation: An Integrated Framework for Understanding, Guiding, and Improving Policies and Programs
Melvin M. Mark;Gary T. Henry;George Julnes.
Beyond Use: Understanding Evaluation’s Influence on Attitudes and Actions
Gary T. Henry;Melvin M. Mark.
American Journal of Evaluation (2003)
The Mechanisms and Outcomes of Evaluation Influence
Melvin M. Mark;Gary T. Henry.
The influence of mood state on judgment and action: Effects on persuasion, categorization, social justice, person perception, and judgmental accuracy
Robert C. Sinclair;Melvin M. Mark.
Mood-Related Persuasion Depends on (Mis)Attributions
Robert C. Sinclair;Melvin M. Mark;Gerald L. Clore.
Social Cognition (1994)
The effects of mood state on judgemental accuracy: Processing strategy as a mechanism
Robert C. Sinclair;Melvin M. Mark.
Cognition & Emotion (1995)
Color as an environmental processing cue: External affective cues can directly affect processing strategy without affecting mood.
Alexander S. Soldat;Robert C. Sinclair;Melvin M. Mark.
Social Cognition (1997)
Stakeholder-Based Evaluation and Value Judgments:
Melvin M. Mark;R. Lance Shotland.
Evaluation Review (1985)
What Counts as Credible Evidence in Applied Research and Evaluation Practice
Stewart I. Donaldson;Christina A. Christie;Melvin M. Mark.
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