Thomas F. Denson mostly deals with Developmental psychology, Aggression, Anger, Social psychology and Rumination. He has researched Developmental psychology in several fields, including Mood, Affect and Social perception. His study in Aggression is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Cognition, Personality, Clinical psychology and Self-control.
Thomas F. Denson combines subjects such as Context and Cognitive reappraisal, Expressive Suppression with his study of Anger. Thomas F. Denson has included themes like Injury prevention and Entitativity in his Social psychology study. His Rumination research includes themes of Psychological science, Cognitive neuroscience, Social neuroscience and Psychometrics.
Thomas F. Denson focuses on Aggression, Social psychology, Developmental psychology, Anger and Clinical psychology. Thomas F. Denson works mostly in the field of Aggression, limiting it down to topics relating to Injury prevention and, in certain cases, Suicide prevention and Human factors and ergonomics. His study looks at the relationship between Social psychology and topics such as Entitativity, which overlap with Group conflict and Blame.
His Developmental psychology study incorporates themes from Affect, Social perception and Rumination, Cognition, Cognitive reappraisal. Thomas F. Denson usually deals with Anger and limits it to topics linked to Functional magnetic resonance imaging and Audiology and Amygdala. His Clinical psychology research includes elements of Psychiatry, Cannabis, Prefrontal cortex and Psychopathy.
Thomas F. Denson mainly investigates Aggression, Social psychology, Anger, Clinical psychology and Developmental psychology. His Aggression research integrates issues from Violent crime, Criminology, Punishment, Domestic violence and Hostility. While the research belongs to areas of Social psychology, Thomas F. Denson spends his time largely on the problem of Context, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Focus.
His study explores the link between Anger and topics such as Feeling that cross with problems in Dominance, Harm, Stimulus and Injury prevention. The Clinical psychology study combines topics in areas such as Test, Hormone and Replication. His work deals with themes such as Cognitive reappraisal, Cannabis use and Psychological adaptation, which intersect with Developmental psychology.
His primary areas of investigation include Aggression, Fertility, Clinical psychology, Menstrual cycle and Developmental psychology. His Aggression study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Anger and Jealousy. His Anger research incorporates elements of Rage, Feeling, Functional imaging and Cognition.
His study in the fields of Human Females under the domain of Clinical psychology overlaps with other disciplines such as Reactivity. His Menstrual cycle research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Assertiveness and Psychological adaptation. The various areas that he examines in his Developmental psychology study include Cognitive appraisal, Mood, Verbal abuse, Hostility and Cognitive reappraisal.
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Self-Control and Aggression:
Thomas F. Denson;C. Nathan DeWall;Eli J. Finkel.
Current Directions in Psychological Science (2012)
Vicarious Retribution: The Role of Collective Blame in Intergroup Aggression
Brian Lickel;Norman Miller;Douglas M. Stenstrom;Thomas F. Denson.
Personality and Social Psychology Review (2006)
Cognitive appraisals and emotions predict cortisol and immune responses: a meta-analysis of acute laboratory social stressors and emotion inductions.
Thomas F. Denson;Marija Spanovic;Norman Miller.
Psychological Bulletin (2009)
Understanding Impulsive Aggression: Angry Rumination and Reduced Self-Control Capacity Are Mechanisms Underlying the Provocation-Aggression Relationship
Thomas F. Denson;William C. Pedersen;Malte Friese;Aryun Hahm.
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin (2011)
The displaced aggression questionnaire.
Thomas F. Denson;William C. Pedersen;Norman Miller.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (2006)
The angry brain: Neural correlates of anger, angry rumination, and aggressive personality
Thomas F. Denson;William C. Pedersen;Jaclyn Ronquillo;Anirvan S. Nandy.
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience (2009)
Self-control training decreases aggression in response to provocation in aggressive individuals
Thomas F. Denson;Miriam M. Capper;Megan Oaten;Malte Friese.
Journal of Research in Personality (2011)
The turban effect: The influence of Muslim headgear and induced affect on aggressive responses in the shooter bias paradigm
Christian Unkelbach;Joseph P. Forgas;Thomas F. Denson.
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology (2008)
Evidence from Meta-Analyses of the Facial Width-to-Height Ratio as an Evolved Cue of Threat
Shawn N. Geniole;Thomas F. Denson;Barnaby J. Dixson;Justin M. Carré.
PLOS ONE (2015)
The Roles of Dehumanization and Moral Outrage in Retributive Justice
Brock Bastian;Thomas F. Denson;Nick Haslam.
PLOS ONE (2013)
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