Mark R. Leary

Mark R. Leary

Garonzik Family Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience

Education & Training

  • Ph.D., University of Florida 1980

  • M.A., University of Florida 1978

  • B.A., West Virginia Wesleyan College 1976

Expertise

Social motivation and emotion, self-reflection, self-relevant thought, self-compassion

Leary, MR. "Distorted hindsight and the 1980 Presidential election." Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 8 (1982): 257-263. (Academic Article)

Schlenker, BR, and Leary, MR. "Audiences' reactions to self-enhancing, self-denigrating, and accurate self-presentations." Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 18.1 (1982): 89-104.

Schlenker, BR, and Leary, MR. "Social anxiety and self-presentation: A conceptualization model." Psychological Bulletin 92.3 (1982): 641-669. Full Text

Leary, MR. "The distorted nature of hindsight." Journal of Social Psychology 115 (1981): 25-29. (Academic Article)

Leary, MR, and Altmaier, EM. "Type I error in counseling research: A plea for multivariate analyses." Journal of Counseling Psychology 27.6 (November 1, 1980): 611-615. Full Text

Schlenker, BR, Forsyth, DR, Leary, MR, and Miller, RS. "Self-presentational analysis of the effects of incentives on attitude change following counterattitudinal behavior." Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 39.4 (1980): 553-577. Full Text

Leary, MR, and Schlenker, BR. "Self-presentation in a task-oriented leadership situation." Representative Research in Social Psychology 11 (1980): 152-159. (Academic Article)

Leary, MR, and Altmaier, EM. "Type I error in counseling research: A plea for multivariate analyses." Journal of Counseling Psychology 27.6 (1980): 611-615. Full Text

Schlenker, BR, Miller, RS, Leary, MR, and McCown, NE. "Group performance and interpersonal evaluation as determinants of egotistical attributions in groups." Journal of Personality 47 (1979): 575-594. (Academic Article)

Altmaier, EM, Leary, MR, Forsyth, DR, and Ansel, JC. "Attribution therapy: Effects of locus of control and timing of treatment." Journal of Counseling Psychology 26.6 (1979): 481-486. Full Text

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