Mark R. Leary
Garonzik Family Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience in Trinity College of Arts and Sciences and Director of Graduate Studies
Education & Training
Ph.D., University of Florida 1980
M.A., University of Florida 1978
B.A., West Virginia Wesleyan College 1976
Social motivation and emotion, self-reflection, self-relevant thought, self-compassion
Leary, MR, Gallagher, B, Fors, E, Buttermore, N, Baldwin, E, Kennedy, K, and Mills, A. "The invalidity of disclaimers about the effects of social feedback on self-esteem." Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 29.5 (2003): 623-636. Full Text
Leary, MR. "Commentary on Self-Esteem as an Interpersonal Monitor: The Sociometer Hypothesis (1995)." Psychological Inquiry 14.3-4 (2003): 270-274.
Nezlek, JB, and Leary, MR. "Individual differences in self-presentational motives in daily social interaction." Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 28.2 (2002): 211-223.
Leary, MR. "The self as a source of relational difficulties." Self and Identity 1 (2002): 137-142. (Academic Article)
Culos-Reed, SN, Brawley, LR, Martin, KA, and Leary, MR. "Self-presentation concerns and health behaviors among cosmetic surgery patients." Journal of Applied Social Psychology 32.3 (2002): 560-569.
Bourgeois, KS, and Leary, MR. "Coping with rejection: Derogating those who choose us last." Motivation and Emotion 25.2 (2001): 101-111. Full Text
Kurzban, R, and Leary, MR. "Evolutionary Origins of Stigmatization: The Functions of Social Exclusion." Psychological Bulletin 127.2 (2001): 187-208.
Leary, MR. "Living in the minds of others without knowing it." Psychological Inquiry 12 (2001): 2830-. (Academic Article)
Snapp, CM, and Leary, MR. "Hurt feelings among new acquaintances: Moderating effects of interpersonal familiarity." Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 18.3 (2001): 315-326.