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Department of Psychological Sciences

Tucker Jones

TuckerJones

Vitae (pdf)

Advisor: Dr. Mark Barnett

Contact Information

Office: Bluemont Hall  564

E-mail: tuckerj@ksu.edu

Description of Research

Generally speaking, my research focuses on exploring the various factors that are associated with emotional and behavioral responses to others.  Recent studies have examined (a) individual differences associated with emotional and behavioral responses to ambiguous social situations in which rejection might be inferred, (b) antisocial and prosocial teasing in children, and (c) individuals' reactions to children with various undesirable characteristics.

Publications

* denotes undergraduate coauthor

Bonds-Raacke, J., Schnabelrauch Arndt, C. A., & Jones, T. L. (In Prss). An introduction to social psychology, In J. Bonds-Raacke (Ed.) Social Psychology. Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt.

Jones, T. L., Wadian, T. W., Barnett, M. A., *Hellmer, M. K., & *Pino, L. N. (In Press). Young children’s ability to discriminate between antisocial and prosocial teases. The Journal of Genetic Psychology

*Pino, L. N., Wadian, T. W., Jones, T. L., Sonnentag, T. L., *Langley, C. A., & Barnett, M. A. (In Press).  Social technology and video games: A comparison of responses from adolescents and their parents. Journal of Psychological Inquiry

Wadian, T. W., Sonnentag, T. L., Jones, T. L., & Barnett, M. A. (UNDER REVIEW).Role of fault attributions and other factors in adults’ attitudes toward hypothetical children with undesirable characteristics.

*Pino, L. N., Wadian, T. W., Jones, T. L., Sonnentag, T. L., *Langley, C. A., & Barnett, M. A. (IN PRESS).  Social technology and video games: A comparison of responses from adolescents and their parents. Journal of Psychological Inquiry,

Jones, T. L., Barnett, M. A., Wadian, T. W., & Sonnentag, T. L. (2016). Individual differences associated with emotional and behavioral responses to ambiguous social situations in which rejection might be inferred. Journal of General Psychology,143, 298-310.

Wadian, T. W., Jones, T. L., Sonnentag, T. L., & Barnett, M. A. (2016). Cyberbullying: Adolescents’ experiences, responses, and their beliefs about their parents' recommended responses. Journal of Educational and Developmental Psychology, 6, 47-52.

Saucier, D. A., Stanford, A. J., Martens, A. L., Miller, S. M., Miller, A. K., Jones, T. L., McManus, J. L., & Burns, M. D. (2016). Masculine honor beliefs: Measurement and correlates. Personality and Individual Differences, 94, 7-14.