Associate Professor - Social Psychology
- B.A., University of Virginia
- M.A., University of Oregon
- Ph.D., Michigan State University
Office: 2136 Au Sable Hall
Phone: (616) 331-5062
Email: [email protected]
PSY 101 - Introductory Psychology
PSY 300 - Research Methods in Psychology
PSY 360 - Social Psychology
I am interested in understanding how people think, feel, and act when they work as members of a group. More specifically, I am interested in how perceptions of reality and morality are influenced by group contexts.
Hinsz, V. B., Park, E.S., Leung, A., & Ladbury, J. (in press). Cultural disposition influences in workgroups: A motivational systems theory of group involvement perspective. To be published in Small Group Research.
Chung, S., Lount, R. B., Park, H., & Park, E. S. (2018). Friends with performance benefits?: A meta-analysis on the relationship between friendship and group performance. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 44, 63-79.
Park, E. S., Hinsz, V. B., & Nickell, G. S. (2015). Regulatory fit theory at work: Prevention focus’ primacy in safe food production. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 45, 363-373.
Park, E. S., & Hinsz, V. B. (2015). Group interaction sustains positive moods and diminishes negative moods. Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice, 19, 290-298.
Park, E.S., Tindale, R. S., & Hinsz, V. B. (2012). Interpersonal cognitive consistency and the sharing of cognition in groups. In B. Gawronski & F. Strack (Eds.), Cognitive consistency: A fundamental principle in social cognition (pp. 445-466). New York: Guilford Press.