Publication

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Aikens, Laura., Frost, Joel., Buffardi, Laura E. (2007). Measuring Attitudes Toward Platonic Friendships: A Scale Development Study. Presented at the Psi Chi Annual Conference for the Behavioral Sciences, University of Georgia, Athens, GA. Boston, Massachusetts.

Aikens, Laura., Watts, Alexander., Robinson, Dawn T. (2006). Measuring Emotion with Infrared Thermography II: The Relationship Between Self-report Emotions and Regional Facial Temperatures. Presented at the Social Structure and Emotion Conference, Athens, GA. edited by Jan E. Stets and Jonathan H. Turner. New York: Springer

Aikens, Laura. (2007). Self-concept Perception Following Subliminal Exposure to Brand Personalities. Presented at the Annual CURO Symposium, Athens, GA. Paper to be presented in Athens, GA.

Aikens, Laura. (2010). Gender, Status and Legitimacy: How Humor is Structured Within Interaction. (Dissertation and Thesis). New Orleans, Louisiana.

Aikens, Laura., Tucker, Traci. (2008). Measuring Autonomic Nervous System Responses. Presented at the Annual Group Process Meetings. Boston, MA Paper presented in Charlotte, NC.

Aikens, Laura., Watts, Alexander., Moore, Christopher D., Wilks, Marla., Clay-Warner, Jody., Robinson, Dawn T., Thai, Chi. (2006). Measuring Emotion Using Infrared Thermography: The Relationship Between Self-Report Measures and Regional Face Temperatures. Presented at the University of Georgia Social Structure and Emotion Conference, April, Athens, GA. Paper presented in Charlotte, NC.

Alinor, Malissa. (2017). How Does Clothing Affect the Criminal Perception of Black Men? (Master’s Thesis). Committee: Justine Tinkler (chair), Jody Clay-Warner, and Dawn T. Robinson. 

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Baker, Evander., Tucker, Stephanie., Fredrick, Stephanie., Jann, Paige. (2010). Gender, Make Up, and the Measurement of Emotion During Social Interaction. Presented at the Annual Meetings of the Southern Sociological Society in April. 

Baker, Evander., vanDellen, Michelle. (2009). Loafing When Your Partner Needs You the Most: Resource Depletion in Romantic Relationships. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Southeastern Social Psychologists, Fort Myers, FL.

Becker, Sarah., Tinkler, Justine. (2013). Me getting plastered and her provoking my eyes: Young People's Accounts of Sexual Aggression in Public Drinking Spaces. Presented at the American Society of Criminologists meeting in Atlanta, GA.

Becker, Sarah., Tinkler, Justine. (2014) Me getting plastered and her provoking my eyes: Young People's Accounts of Sexual Aggression in Public Drinking Spaces. Feminist Criminology. doi: 10.1177/1557085114541142 Paper presented in Atlanta, GA.

Boyle, Kait. (2014). Victims’ and ‘Survivors’ of Crime: Labeling Unwanted Sexual Experiences, Emotion, and Mental Health. Presented at the XVIII International Sociological Association World Congress of Sociology

Boyle, Kait. (2015). Identity, Behavior, and the Psychological Well-Being of “Victims” and “Survivors” of Sexual Assault. 2015 Innovative and Interdisciplinary Research Grant, The Graduate School, The University of Georgia. 29:255-266.

Boyle, Kait., Culatta, Elizabeth.(2014). Justice Experiences and Sexual Assault Reporting Rates. Presented at the American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California. 21:77-115.

Boyle, Kait. (2014). Labeling and Reporting Rape among College Women. Presented at The Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention Office. University of Georgia. Athens, GA

Boyle, Kait., McKinzie, Ashleigh. (2015). Resolving Negative Affect and Restoring Meaning: Responses to Deflection Produced by Unwanted Sexual Experiences. Social Psychology Quarterly 78(2):151-172.

Boyle, Kait. (2015). Self-Sentiments and the Psychological Well-being of ‘Victims’ and ‘Survivors’. Presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Sociological Association

Boyle, Kait. (2015). Social Psychological Processes that Facilitate Sexual Assault within the Fraternity Party Subculture. Sociology Compass 9(5):386-399.

Boyle, Kait., Barr, Ashley., Clay-Warner, Jody. (2015). The Effects of Feminist Presence, Women’s Status, and Rape Law on University’s Official Reports of Forcible Rape. Presented at the Annual Meetings of the Southern Sociological Society Bingley, UK: Emerald. 

Boyle, Kait.(2014).The Effects of Self-Sentiments, Self-Deflection, and Commitment to ‘Victim’ and ‘Survivor’ Identities on Outcomes of Sexual Assault. [Grant] 2014 American Sociological Association Graduate Student Investigator Award, Social Psychology Section.

Boyle, Kait. (2014). Foreign Travel Assistance Grant. Office of the Vice President for Research, Internal Grants and Awards, University of Georgia. Paper presented.

Buffardi, Laura E., Campbell, Keith W., Aikens, Laura. (2008). Self-Concept Perception  Following Subliminal Exposure to Brand Personalities. Presented at theSociety for Consumer Psychology AnnualConference, New Orleans, LA. in Boston, MA.

Bunch, Jackson. (2008). Gender, Lifestyles, and Violent Victimization. Presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Sociological Association, 2008. Boston, MA. Panel discussion at the Theory Mini-Conference in Montreal, Canada.

Bunch, Jackson. (2008). Lifestyles and Victimazation. (Dissertations and Theses). Boston, Massachusetts.

Bunch, Jackson. (2008). Lifestyles and Victimization. Presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Society of Criminology, 2008. St. Louis, MO. Total amount awarded: $1,000.

Bunch, Jackson. (2009).  Awards 2009 Department of Sociology, University of Georgia Invited presentation. Sociology of Emotion Session.

Bunch, Jackson., Clay-Warner, Jody. (2009). Fear of Crime. [Chapter]. Praeger Handbook of Victimology Invited Presentation. Mathematical Sociology Section Session.

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Cannon, Bryan., Robinson, Dawn T. (2016).  Affect Control Theory.  [Chapter]. 2016 Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology To be presented at Seattle, WA.

Cannon, Bryan. (2014). Agent Based Modeling of Gender, Authority, and Legitimacy in Task Group Interactions. Presented at the Annual Group Processes meeting in San Francisco, CA Poster in Boston, Massachusetts

Cannon, Bryan., Morgan, Jonathan.(2015). Modeling Group Interaction: Examining Status Differentiated Groups. Presented at the Laboratory for the Study of Social Interaction's speaker series in Atlanta, GA Honorable Mention

Cannon, Bryan., Morgan, Jonathan. (2015). Modeling Legitimacy and Gender in Task Groups: Three Approaches Using Agent Based Models. Presented at the Annual meeting of the Southern Sociological Society in New Orleans, LA

Cannon, Bryan C., Robinson, Dawn T. (2016). Status Structures and Turn-Taking: An Examination of Gender, Formal Position, and Conversational Rules in Mock Organizations. Presented at the Annual meeting of the American Sociological Association in Seattle, Washington Graduate Paper Award

Clark, Jesse K. (2012). Actors' Perceptions of Reflexive Behaviors with Affect Control Theory. Presented at the Research Advances in Affect Control Theory II conference in Brown County State Park, IN Paper presented

Clark, Jesse K. Actors' Perceptions of Reflexive Behaviors with Affect Control Theory. Presented at San Francisco, CA.

Clark, Jesse K. (2009). Actors' Perceptions of Self-Directed Actions with Affect Control Theory. Presented at the Annual meeting of the American Sociological Association in San Francisco, CA Invited panel presentation in San Francisco. Sociology of Emotions session.

Clark, Jesse K. (2011). Affect Control Theory. The Concise Encyclopedia of Sociology Paper to be presented at the University of Georgia in Athens, GA.

Clark, Jesse K., Freeland, Robert E., Rogers, Kimberly B., Mageed, Muhammad., Heise, David R., Smith-Lovin, Lynn., Robinson, Dawn T. (2012). Comparing Arabic and U.S. English Impression Dynamics: A Pilot Study. Presented at the Research Advances in Affect Control Theory II conference in Brown County State Park, IN Presented in Athens, GA

Clark, Jesse K. (2010). Comparing Emotions Predicted by Affect Control Theory for Similar Social and Reflexive Behaviors. Presented at the Annual meeting of the American Sociological Association in Atlanta, GA Presented in Athens, GA

Clark, Jesse K., James, Katie. (2012). Gender Differences in Emotions Predicted by Affect Control Theory for Self-Helping and Self-Harming Reflexive Behaviors. Presented at the Annual meeting of the Southern Sociological Society in New Orleans, LA

Clark, Jesse K., Freeland, Robert E. (2011). Using Affect Control Theory to Understand Arab Culture. Presented at the Annual meeting of the Southern Sociological Society Panel presentation prepared for a session on Using Physiological Measures for Group Process Research. 

Clay-Warner, Jody.  (2011). ASA Section on the Sociology of Emotions Chair’s Hour: Issues in Measuring Emotion. Presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Sociological Association, Las Vegas, NV Panel presentation prepared for a session on Using Physiological Measures for Group Process Research

Clay-Warner, Jody., Robinson, Dawn T., Smith-Lovin, Lynn., Rogers, Kimberly B., James, Katie R. (2014). Emotional Reactions to Equity- and Referential-based Over-reward. Presented at the Biennial meetings of the International Society for Justice Research, New York City.

Clay-Warner, Jody. Robinson, Dawn T., Smith-Lovin, Lynn. (2009). Emotional Reactions to Over-Reward. Presented at the Roundtable.

Clay-Warner, Jody., Robinson, Dawn T., Smith-Lovin, Lynn. (2011). Emotions and Justice Does Over-reward Produce Guilt? [Presentation].

Clay-Warner, Jody., Culatta, Elizabeth., James, Katie R. (2013). Gender and Organizational Justice Preferences. Sociology Compass 7(12):1074-1084.

Clay-Warner, Jody., Culatta, Elizabeth., James, Katie R. (2013). Gender and Organizational Justice Preferences. Sociology Compass 7:1074-1084

Clay-Warner, Jody., Robinson, Dawn T., Smith-Lovin, Lynn., Rogers, Kimberly B., James, Katie R. (2016). Justice Standard Determines Emotional Response to Over-Reward. Social Psychology Quarterly 79:44-67 Presented in New York, NY.

Clay-Warner, Jody., Robinson, D. T., Smith-­Lovin, Lynn., Rogers, K. B., James, K. R. (2016). Justice Standard Determines Emotional Responses to Over­Reward. Social psychology quarterly 79:1:44­67 Paper presented.

Clay-Warner, Jody., Robinson, Dawn T., Smith-Lovin, Lynn., Rogers, Kimberly B., and James, Katie R. (2016). Justice Standard Determines Emotional Responses to Over-Reward. Social Psychology Quarterly. Paper presented to the Round Table.

Clay-Warner, Jody. Robinson, Dawn T., Smith-Lovin, Lynn. (2009). Collaborative Research Examining Emotional Reactions to Favorable Violations of Referential versus Equity Standards of Justice. [Grant]. National Science Foundation.

Clay-Warner, Jody., Robinson, Dawn T., Smith-Lovin, Lynn. (2009). Collaborative Research Examining Emotional Reactions to Favorable Violations of Referential versus Equity Standards of Justice. [Grant]. National Science Foundation.

Clay-Warner, Jody., Robinson, Dawn T., Smith-Lovin, Lynn. (2010-2013). Collaborative Research Examining Emotional Reactions to Favorable Violations of Standards of Justice [Grant]. National Science Foundation SES 0966536. Paper presented.

Clay-Warner, Jody., Robinson, Dawn T., Smith-Lovin, Lynn. (2005-2008 ). Collaborative Research Examining the Relationship between Identity, Injustice, and Emotion. [Grant]. National Science Foundation SES 0519969.

Clay-Warner, Jody. (2014). Comment: Status, Power, and Emotions. Emotion Review 6:315-316.

Clay-Warner, Jody., Robinson, Dawn T., Thai, Chi., McCully, Kevin. (2008-2011). DHB Testing a Dynamic Theory of Social Emotions Using Infrared Imagery. [Grant]. National Science Foundation. BCS 0729396. Paper presented in the regular paper session for Group Processes.

Clay-Warner, Jody., Robinson, Dawn T., Thai, Chi., McCully, Kevin. (2008). DHB Testing a Dynamic Theory of Social Emotions Using Infrared Imagery. [Grant]. National Science Foundation.# 0729396. Paper presented in the regular paper session for Cultural Studies.

Clay-Warner, Jody., Bunch, Jackson., McMahon-Howard, Jennifer. (2016). Differential Vulnerability: Disentangling the Effects of State Dependence and Population Heterogeneity on Repeat Victimization. Criminal Justice and Behavior 43: 1406-1429.

Clay-Warner, Jody.,  McMahon-Howard, Jennifer. (2008-2009). Doctoral Dissertation Research: Diffusion and the Law Formation Process – A Comprehensive Analysis of the Spread of Rape Law Reform in the United State. [Grant]. National Science Foundation SES 0820649.

Clay-Warner, Jody., Robinson, Dawn T., Smith-Lovin, Lynn. (2009). Emotional Reactions to Overreward. Presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Sociological Association, San Francisco.

Clay-Warner, Jody., Robinson, Dawn T., Smith-Lovin, Lynn. (2009). Emotional Reactions to Over-reward. Presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Sociological Association, 2009.  San Francisco Paper to be presented in Atlanta, GA.

Clay-Warner, Jody., Robinson, Dawn T., Smith-Lovin, Lynn. (2009). Emotional Reactions to Over-reward. Presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Sociological Association, 2009. San Francisco Paper presented.

Clay-Warner, Jody. (2014). Emotions and Crime. Handbook of the Sociology of Emotions (vol.2) pp., 473-493. Paper presented.

Clay-Warner, Jody., Robinson, Dawn T., Smith-Lovin, Lynn. (2011). Emotions and justice: Does over-reward produce guilt?. Presented at the Meetings of the International Society of Research on Emotions, Kyoto, Japan Presented in Atlanta, GA.

Clay-Warner, Jody., McMahon-Howard, Jennifer. (2007). From the Bassinet to the Bar: The Effect of Motherhood on Women’s Advancement in the Legal Profession. It’s a Crime: Women and Justice (4th edition), Pp. 679-688. New York: Prentice Hall. Paper presented to the round table.

Clay-Warner, Jody. (2012). Gender, Victimization, and Fear of Crime. Presented at Emory University, Sociology Department Colloquium.

Clay-Warner, Jody. (2012). Gender, Victimization, and Fear of Crime. Presented at the UGA Honors Lunchbox Lecture.

Clay-Warner, Jody., Robinson, Dawn T., Smith-Lovin, Lynn. (2016). Guilt and Fear in Response to Over-reward: Understanding the Justice Motive. Paper presented.

Clay-Warner, Jody., Robinson, Dawn T. (2015). Infrared Thermography as a Measure of Emotion Response. Emotion Review 7:157-162. Paper presented.

Clay-Warner, Jody., Robinson, Dawn T. (2015). Infrared Thermography as a Measure of Emotion Response. Emotion Review

Clay-Warner, Jody. (2008). Justice and Emotions. [Chapter]. Social Structure and Emotion Presented at New Orleans, LA.

Clay-Warner, Jody. (2008). Justice and Emotions. Social Structure and Emotion.

Clay-Warner, Jody. (2008). Justice and Emotions. Social Structure and Emotion, Pp. 195-201. San Diego: Elsevier.

Clay-Warner, Jody. (2015). Justice: A Gendered Process? Presented at the Group Processes mini-conference at the annual meetings of the Southern Sociological Society, New Orleans.

Clay-Warner, Jody., Hegtvedt, Karen A.(2004). Linking Legitimacy and Procedural Justice: Expanding on Justice Processes in Organizations. Presented at the International Society of Justice Researchers Conference, Regina, Canada.

Clay-Warner, Jody. (2013). Measuring Emotional Response. Presented at the Workshop on the Sociology of Affect and Emotion, Adelaide, SA.

Clay-Warner, Jody., Reynolds, Jeremy., Roman, Paul. (2005). Organizational Justice and Job Satisfaction: A Test of Three Competing Models. Social Justice Research 18:391-409.

Clay-Warner, Jody. Perceptions of Female Managers: Understanding the Effects of Legitimacy on Procedural Justice Evaluations. [Grant].University of Georgia Research Foundation.

Clay-Warner, Jody., Robinson, Dawn T., May, David. (2009). Physiological Reactions to Fear among University Students. [Grant]. Eastern Kentucky University Justice and Safety Research Committee Chicago, IL.

Clay-Warner, Jody. (2007). Power, Status, and Emotional Reactions to Injustice. Presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Sociological Association.  New York. Presented in New York, NY.

Clay-Warner, Jody., Bunch, Jackson., May, David. (2010). Prior Victimization and Fear of Crime. Presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, CA.

Clay-Warner, Jody. (2006). Procedural Justice and Legitimacy: Predicting Negative Emotional Reactions to Workplace Injustice. Advances in Group Processes 23:207-227.

Clay-Warner, Jody., Bunch, Jackson., James, Katie R. (2009). Procedural Justice and School Crime. Presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Philadelphia.

Clay-Warner, Jody., Hegtvedt, Karen A., Clay-Warner, Jody. (2005). Procedural Justice, Distributive Justice: How Experiences with Downsizing Condition their Impact on Organizational Commitment. Social Psychology Quarterly 68:89-102.

Clay-Warner, Jody. (2004). Procedural Justice, Legitimacy, and Emotions: Reacting to Workplace Injustice. Presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Sociological Association, San Francisco, CA.

Clay-Warner, Jody., McMahon-Howard, Jennifer. (2009). Rape Reporting: Classic Rape and the Behavior of Law. Violence and Victims 24:723-743. Paper Presented.

Clay-Warner, Jody., Burt, Callie H.,  McMahon, Jennifer. (2005). Reporting Rape: A Blackian Analysis. Presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Society of Criminology, 2005. Toronto, Ontario. Paper Presented.

Clay-Warner, Jody., Burt, Callie H.,  McMahon, Jennifer. (2005). Reporting Rape: A Blackian Analysis. Presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Society of Criminology, 2005. Toronto, Ontario.

Clay-Warner, Jody., Burt, Callie., McMahon-Howard, Jennifer. (2005). Reporting Rape: A Blackian Analysis. Presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Toronto, Ontario.

Clay-Warner, Jody., Burt, Callie. (2005). Reporting Rape: Have Things Really Changed? Violence Against Women 11:150-176.

Clay-Warner, Jody., Robinson, Dawn T., Smith-Lovin, Lynn. (2005-2008). Research Experiences for Undergraduates: Collaborative Research Examining the Relationship between Identity, Injustice, and Emotion. [Grant]. National Science Foundation SES 0519969 New Orleans, LA.

Clay-Warner, Jody., Robinson, Dawn T., Smith-Lovin, Lynn., Rogers, Kimberly B., James, Katie R. (2010). Responding to Over-reward: Tests of Equity Theory Predictions. Presented at the Meetings of the International Society for Justice Research, Banff, B.C., Canada.

Clay-Warner, Jody., Robinson, Dawn T., Smith-Lovin, Lynn. (2010). Responding to Over-reward: Tests of Equity Theory Predictions. Paper Presented.

Clay-Warner, Jody., Robinson, Dawn T. (2006). Social Structure and Emotion. [Grant]. University of Georgia, Office of the Provost 33:157-174.

Clay-Warner, Jody., Robinson, Dawn T. (2005). Social Structure and Emotion. [Grant]. University of Georgia, Office of the Provost. State-of-the-Art Conference Grant.

Clay-Warner, Jody., Tinkler, Justine. (2015-2016). The Effect of Affirmative Consent Policy Training on Gender Beliefs. [Grant]. University of Georgia, Owens Institute for Behavioral Research.

Clay-Warner, Jody. (2004). The Effects of Gender and Legitimacy on Perceptions of Procedural Justice. Presented at the Annual Meetings of the Southern Sociological Society, Atlanta, GA. Paper Presented.

Clay-Warner, Jody., Bunch, Jackson., McMahon-Howard, Jennifer. (2013). Understanding Repeat Victimization: State Dependence Effects and Victimization Propensity. Presented at the Meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, GA. Paper Presented.

Clay-Warner, Jody., McMahon, Jennifer.,  Bunch, Jackson. (2007). Victimization and Changes in Routine Activities. Presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Society of Criminology. Atlanta Poster presented at Kyoto, Japan.

Clay-Warner, Jody., McMahon, Jennifer.,  Bunch, Jackson. (2007). Victimization and Changes in Routine Activities. Presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Society of Criminology. Atlanta Edited by George Ritzer. Blackwell Press.

Clay-Warner, Jody., McMahon-Howard, Jennifer., Bunch, Jackson. (2007). Victimization and Changes in Routine Activities. Presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Atlanta Three-week research trip to collect data in Guangzhou, China; amount awarded: $2,500.

Clay-Warner, Jody., Robinson, Dawn T., Smith-Lovin, Lynn. (2015). Why Does It Feel Bad to Receive Too Much? Guilt and Fear in Response to Over-reward. Presented at the Biennial meetings of the International Society for Research on Emotion, Geneva Edited by Peter Burke. Stanford University Press.

Clay-Warner, Jody., McMahon-Howard, Jennifer., James, Katie R. (2012). Women in the Legal Profession: Challenges for the 21st Century. It’s a Crime: Women and Justice (5th edition). New York: Prentice Hall Colloquium presentation in the Department of Sociology.

Clay-Warner, Jody. Awards 2009 Sociology Department

Clay-Warner, Jody. Awards 2009

Clay-Warner, Jody., McMahon-Howard, Jennifer., and James, Katie. (2011). Women in the Legal Profession: Challenges for the 21st Century. [Chapter]. It's a Crime: Women and Justice 5th edition (ed. Rosalyn Muraskin).

Clay-Warner, Jody., Robinson, Dawn T. (2008). Social Structure and Emotion. [Book]. 

Crabtree, Arialle., Cannon, Bryan., Dowd, James. (2015). Approaching Limits: Exhaustion and Recovery of a Film Genre. Presented at the Annual meeting of the American Sociological Association in Chicago, Illinois.

Crabtree, Arialle., Cannon, Bryan., Dowd, Jim. (2016). Popular Romance and Its Theoretical Consequences. Presented at the Annual meeting of the American Sociological Association in Seattle, Washington B.O. Williams Research Award.

Crabtree, Arialle., Cannon, Bryan., Dowd, James. The Return of Romance: Exhaustion and Recovery of a Film Genre. Sociological Perspectives B.O. Williams Award.

Culatta, Elizabeth., Robinson, Dawn. (2014). Does Type of Support from Type of Other Matter? The Effect of Social Support among Older Adults on Physical and Mental Health Outcomes. Presented at the American Sociological Association’s Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California Request: $6000.

Culatta, Elizabeth., Zhao, Jun. (2011). Emotion Studies. Presented at the Laboratory for the Study of Social Interaction Brown Bag Series, Athens, Georgia Request: $6000.

Culatta, Elizabeth. (2012). Exploring the Moderating Effect of Multiple Role Identities on the Relationship between Perceived Distributive Injustice and Psychological Distress. Presented at the Laboratory for the Study of Social Interaction Speaker Series, Athens, Georgia.

Culatta, Elizabeth., Barr, Ashley B., Simon, Ronald L. (2012) Romantic Relationships and Health among African American Young Adults. Presented at the National Conference for Family Research, Phoenix, Arizona. Paper Presented.

Culatta, Elizabeth., Clay-Warner, Jody., Boyle, Kait., Oshri, Assaf. (2016). Sexual Revictimization: A Routine Activity Theory Explanation.7:1557-162

Culatta, Elizabeth., Clay-Warner, Jody., Boyle, Kaitlin. (2015). Sexual Revictimization: A Routine Activity Theory Explanation. Presented at the Annual meetings of the Southern Sociological Society, New Orleans 6:189-195.

Culatta, Elizabeth., Clay-Warner, Jody., Boyle, Kait., and Oshri, Assaf. Sexual Revictimization: A Routine Activity Theory Perspective. Journal of Interpersonal Violence. 6:137-138.

Culatta, Elizabeth., Clay-Warner, Jody., Boyle, Kait., Oshri, Assaf. (2015). Sexual Revictimization: A Routine Activity Theory Perspective. Presented at the Southern Sociological Society’s Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Culatta, Elizabeth., Boyle, Kait. (2014). Sexual Victimization As Strain: Mechanisms for Revictimization. Presented at the Southern Sociological Society’s Annual Meeting, Charlotte, North Carolina.

Culatta, Elizabeth., Shank, Daniel B., Grollman, Eric.Anthony, Watts, Alec. (2012). Social Psychology Graduate Student Advisory Committee Report on a Survey of Student Members. American Sociological Association: Section on Social Psychology website Pp. 67-74. edited by J Clay-Warner and DT Robinson. Elsevier Press.

Culatta, Elizabeth. (2011). The Moderating Effect of Multiple Role Identities on the Relationship between Distributive Injustice and Psychological Distress. Presented at the Group Processes Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada Pp. 1-9. edited by J Clay-Warner and DT Robinson. Elsevier Press.

Culatta, Elizabeth. (2012).The Moderating Effect of Multiple Role Identities on the Relationship between Perceived Distributive Injustice and Psychological Distress. Presented at the Research Incubator on Small Groups and Social Psychology at the Southern Sociological Society’s Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana Sage Publications. Thousand Oaks, CA.

Culatta, Elizabeth., Clay-Warner, Jody., Boyle, Kaitlin., Oshri, Assaf. (2016). The Role of Depressed Affect in Sexual Revictimization: A Routine Activity Theory Perspective. Sage Publications. Thousand Oaks, CA.

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Doan, Long. (2009). Emotions and Occupational Identities: A Test of Affect Control Theory. Presented at the Annual meeting of the Southern Sociological Society, New Orleans, LA Edited by M. Lewis-Beck, A. Bryman, and T. Futing Liao. Sage Publications.

Doan, Long. (2009). Moods, Emotions, and Occupational Identities: A Test of Affect Control Theory. (Dissertations and Thesis). Published online before print.

Doan, Long. (2009). Moods, Emotions, and Occupational Identities: A Test of Affect Control Theory. [Awards]. Paper presented at Las Vegas, NV.

Doan, Long. (2009). Moods, Emotions, and Occupational Identities: A Test of Affect Control Theory. Presented at the Annual meeting of the American Sociological Society, San Francisco, CA.  Boston, Massachusetts.

Doan, Long. (2007). Occupational Emotions. Presented at the CURO International Symposium, San Luis, Costa Rica New York City, NY.

Doan, Long., Robinson, Dawn T. Occupational Identities as Mood Predictors: Clarifying the Mood-Emotion Distinction. Paper presented.

Doan, Long., Moore, Christopher D., Robinson, Dawn T.,  Smith-Lovin, Lynn. Setting Dynamics of Friendship Formation. Invited presentation in Denver, CO.

Doan, Long. (2009). [Award]. Paper Presented.

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Everett, Tiffani. (2008). Concessions. [Chapter]. In The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology Online Edited by Jonathan Turner and Jan Stets. Springer Press.

Everett, Tiffani. (2008). Excuses. [Chapter]. In The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology Online Forthcoming.  Edited by Wolfgang Scholl, Siegfried Greif, and Heidi Möller. Berlin, Germany: Springer Science Publishing.

Everett, Tiffani. (2008). Justifications. [Chapter]. In The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology Online.

Everett, Tiffani. (2008). Refusals. [Chapter]. In The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology Online George Ritzer (ed.). London: Blackwell.

Everett, Tiffani. Committee: Robinson, Dawn T.  (chair), Balkwell, James W., and Clay-Warner, Jody. (2007). Accounting for Emotion: Emotion Displays and Collaborative Identity Management. (Dissertations and Theses). George Ritzer (ed.). London: Blackwell.

Everett, Tiffani., Doan, Long. (2008). Facial Thermography in Group Process Research. Presented at the Annual Group Process meetings. Boston, MA.  George Ritzer (ed.). London: Blackwell.

Everett, Tiffani. (2010). Graduate School Deans Award. [Grant]. University of Georgia. George Ritzer (ed.). London: Blackwell.

Everett, Tiffani. (2008). [Award]. Department of Sociology, University of Georgia Sage Publications.  Thousand Oaks, CA.

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Girtz, Britta., Cannon, Bryan., Crabtree, Arialle. (2016). Self-Publishing and the Music Industry: Examining New Developments in Music Distribution. Presented at the Annual meeting of the Southern Sociological Society in Atlanta, GA Sage Publications.  Thousand Oaks, CA.

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Hegtvedt, Karen., Clay-Warner, Jody. (2008). Book Advances in Group Processes: Justice. Advances in Group Processes: Justice. Sage Publications. Thousand Oaks, CA.

Hegtvedt, Karen., Bingley, A. (2008). UK: Emerald.  Clay-Warner, Jody. (Dissertations and Theses). Advances in Group Processes: Justice. Sage Publications. Thousand Oaks, CA.

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James, Katie., Clay-Warner, Jody. (2009). Retributive Justice. [Chapter]. Praeger Handbook of Victimology Total amount awarded: $1,500.

James, Katie. Committee: Clay-Warner, Dr. Jody  (chair), Grant,  Dr. Linda, Reynolds, Dr. Jeremy. (2009). The Second Shift and the Nonstandard Shift: Nonstandard Work Hours and the Relationship between Divisions of Household Labor and Perceptions of Fairness. (Dissertations and Theses). Presented at St Pete Beach, FL.

James, Katie. (2008). The Second Shift and the Nonstandard Shift: How Nonstandard Work Schedules Affect Perceptions of Fairness of Divisions of Household Labor. Presented at the Annual Meeting of American Sociological Association Presented at Newport Beach, CA.

James, Katie. (2009). The Second Shift and the Nonstandard Shift: The Role of Nonstandard Work Hours in Divisions of Household Labor and Perceptions of Fairness. Presented at the Southern Sociological Society Annual Meeting. Paper Presented.

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Kelly, Chelsea Rae., Robinson, Dawn T. (2016). Self-Verification: Applications for Coaches. [Chapter].Handbook: Key Concepts for Coaching.

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Manohar, Namita., Berkowitz, Dana., Wildre, Jeffrianne., Tinkler, Justine. (2013). Photovoice: A Critical Pedagogical Assignment in the Sociology Classroom. [Chapter]. Currents in Teaching and Learning 5:1 edited by Roslyn Muraskin.

Mize, Trenton D., Myers, Tré. (2010). Exploring Racial Differences on the Measurement and Experience of Emotion. Journal for Undergraduate Research Opportunities Edited by Roslyn Muraskin.

Mize, Trenton D. (2010). Exploring Racial Differences on the Measurement and Experience of Emotion. Presented at the Psi Chi UGA 33rd Annual Convention of the Behavioral Sciences.

Mize, Trenton D.,  Myers, Tré. (2010). Racial and Skin Tone Differences in Facial Thermography and Self-Reported Emotion in Response to Visual Stimuli. Presented at the 28th Annual SouthEastern Undergraduate Sociology Symposium (SEUSS) at Emory University.

Mize, Trenton D., Myers, Tré. (2010). Racial and Skin Tone Differences in Facial Thermography and Self-Reported Emotion in Response to Visual Stimuli. Presented at the Annual Center for Undergraduate Research Opportunities (CURO) Symposium.

Moore, Christopher D., Rogalin, Christabel L., Robinson, Dawn T., Smith-Lovin, Lynn. (2004). Facework in Task Settings: Managing Others' Identities in a Limited Interaction Environment. Presented at the Annual meeting of the Southern Sociological Society in Atlanta, GA Conditional Acceptance.

Moore, Christopher D. (2006). Impression Formation. [Chapter]. The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology. Paper presented.

Moore, Christopher D. (2006). Predicting Identity Preferences: Self-structures and Identities in the Work Domain. Presented at the Couch-Stone Symposium, Annual Winter Meeting of the Society for the Study of Symbolic Interaction, Athens, Ga.

Moore, Christopher D., Robinson, Dawn T. (2004). Selective Identity Acquisition: Choosing from Among Alternative Occupational Identities. Presented at the Annual meeting of the American Sociological Association in San Francisco, CA. Paper presented.

Moore, Christopher D., Robinson, Dawn T. (2005). The Voice of Authority: The Acoustic Signature of Influential Speech. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association in Philadelphia, PA. Paper presented at Athens, GA.

Moore, Christopher D. (2005). Vocal Cues and Status. Presented at the Annual Group Processes Conference in Philadelphia, PA.

Moore, Christopher D., Robinson, Dawn T. (2006). Selective Identity Preferences: Choosing from Among Alternative Occupational Identities. Advances in Group Processes 23: 253-281.

Moore, Christopher D. (2008). Commentary [on Emotional Labor]. [Chapter]. Social Structure and Emotion.

Moore, Christopher D.,  Tucker, Traci N. (2011). VFF Training Manual: A brief tutorial for Calculating Vocal Fundamental Frequency (VFF) using PRAAT. [Book]. http://www.lakeland.edu/pdfs/PRAAT_Training_Manual_webpage.pdf

Myers, Tré., Mize, Trenton D. (2010). Race Effects on the Experience and Measurement of Emotion. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Southern Sociological Association Meeting. Poster presented.

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Oh, Noona., Moore, Christopher D. (2006). Gender Meaning Parity and the Gay Social Movement: A Cross Cultural Study on Developing Movements. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, Montreal, Canada. Poster presented at Queensland, Australia.

Owens, Timothy J., Robinson, Dawn T., Smith-Lovin, Lynn. (2010). Three Faces of Identity. Annual Review of Sociology 36:477-499. Poster presented at Queensland, Australia.

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Robinson, D. T., Rogalin, C. L., Smith-Lovin, Lynn. (2004). Physiological Measures of Theoretical Concepts: Some Ideas for Linking Deflection and Emotion to Physical Responses During Interaction. Advances in Group Processes 21:77­115.

Robinson, Dawn T. (2007). Affect Control Theory. [Chapter]. Blackwell Encyclopedia of Social Theory.

Robinson, Dawn T., Smith-Lovin, Lynn. (2006). Affect Control Theory. [Chapter]. Contemporary Social Psychological Theories. Paper Presented.

Robinson, Dawn T., Shank, Daniel B. (2010). Affect Control Theory. [Chapter]. Encyclopedia of Group Processes and Intergroup Relations. Poster presented.

Robinson, Dawn T., Smith-Lovin, Lynn., Wisecup, Allison. (2006). Affect Control Theory. [Chapter]. Handbook of Emotions.

Robinson, Dawn T., Shank, Daniel B.  (2009). Affect Control Theory. [Chapter]. In Encyclopedia of Group Processes and Intergroup Relations. Paper presented.

Robinson, Dawn T., Shank, Daniel B.  (2009). Affect Control Theory. [Chapter]. In Encyclopedia of Group Processes and Intergroup Relations. Request: $155,087.

Robinson, Dawn T., Moore, Christopher D. (2005). Affective Dynamics and Friendship Formation: The Importance of Setting. Presented at the 3rd US-Japan Joint Conference on Mathematical Sociology in Sapporo, Japan Total amount awarded: $12,000.  University of Georgia total: $6,000.

Robinson, Dawn T., Moore, Christopher D. (2005). Affective Dynamics and Friendship Formation: The Importance of Setting. Presented. Request: $155,087.

Robinson, Dawn T. (2014). Comment: Growing a Multilevel Science of Emotion. Emotion Review Total amount awarded: $12,000.  University of Georgia total: $6,000.

Robinson, Dawn T. (2007). Control Theories in Sociology. Annual Review of Sociology Total amount awarded:  $283,218. University of Georgia total: $150,378.

Robinson, Dawn T., Smith-Lovin, Lynn. (2008). Didactic Seminar: Affect Control Theory. Presented at the American Sociological Association Annual Meeting Total amount awarded:  $283,218.  University of Georgia total: $150,378.

Robinson, Dawn T. (2007). Distinguished Alumna Keynote Address. Presented at the Cornell University Total amount awarded: $283,218. University of Georgia total: $150,378. UGA is lead institution.

Robinson, Dawn T. (2008). Emotion and Identity Work. [Chapter]. Emotions and Social Structure Total amount awarded: $12,000. University of Georgia total: $6,000.

Robinson, Dawn T., Clay-Warner, Jody., Everett, Tiffani. (2008). Emotions in the Social World. [Chapter]. Emotions and Social Structure.

Robinson, Dawn T. (2016). Emotions. Presented at the Workshop sponsored by the Army Research Office Total amount awarded: $160,596. University of Georgia total: $98,155. UGA is lead institution.

Robinson, Dawn T., Aikens, Laura. (2010). Homophily. [Chapter]. Encyclopedia of Group Processes and Intergroup Relations. Poster presented.

Robinson, Dawn T. (2006). Network Density and Social Identity. Presented at the University of North Carolina.

Robinson, Dawn T. (2006). Production of Self. Presented at the American Sociological Association Annual Meeting Request: $717,375.

Robinson, Dawn T. (2005). Social Networks and Social Identities. Presented at the University of Georgia Request: $717,375.

Robinson, Dawn T. (2005). The Asian Parenting Paradox as Affect Control. Presented at the University of Georgia Total amount awarded: $1,800.

Robinson, Dawn T. (2014). The Role of Cultural Meanings and Situated Interaction in Shaping Emotion. Emotion Review Edited by Jody Clay-Warner and Dawn T. Robinson. San Diego: Elsevier.

Robinson, Dawn T., Clay-Warner, Jody., Moore, Christopher D., Everett, Tiffani., Watts, Alexander., Aikens, Laura., Thai, Chi. (2007). Toward an Unobtrusive Measure of Emotions During Social Interaction. Presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Sociological Association, New York Edited by Jody Clay-Warner and Dawn T. Robinson. San Diego: Elsevier.

Robinson, Dawn T., Clay-Warner, Jody., Moore, Christopher D., Everett, Tiffani., Watts, Alexander., Aikens, Laura., and Thai, Chi. (2007). Toward an Unobtrusive Measure of Emotions during Social Interaction. [Presentation]. pp. 94-96, edited by Janet Wilson.  Westport, CT: Praeger.

Robinson, Dawn T., Clay-Warner, Jody., Smith-Lovin, Lynn. (2007). Using Facial Temperature to Measure Emotional Responses to Feedback. [Presentation]. ed. Janet Wilson. Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Group.

Robinson, Dawn T., Keeton, Shirley A. (2005). When Two Become One: Structural Predictors of Identity Blending. [Presentation].

Robinson, Dawn T., Smith-Lovin, Lynn. (2014). Affect Control Simulations of Cross-Cultural Interactions. Paper presented.

Robinson, Dawn T. (2013). Back to the Future: 25 Years of Affect Control Theory Research. Presented at the Group Processes meeting Paper presented

Robinson, Dawn T., Smith-Lovin, Lynn. ( 2005-2008). Collaborative Research Examining the Relationship between Identity, Injustice, and Emotion. [Grants]. National Science Foundation #0519969. Paper presented.

Robinson, Dawn T. (2007). Control Theories in Sociology. Annual Review of Sociology. 33:157-174.

Robinson, Dawn T. (2014). Culture, Interaction, and Emotion. Presented at the American Sociological Association meeting 79(1):44-67. doi: 10.1177/0190272516628299.

Robinson, Dawn T., Clay-Warner, Jody., Thai, Chi.,  McCully, Kevin. (2008). DHB Testing a Dynamic Theory of Social Emotions Using Infrared Imagery. [Grants]. National Science Foundation.# 0729396 70(2):103–105.

Robinson, Dawn T., Clay-Warner, Jody., Smith-Lovin, Lynn. (2010). Emotional Consequences of Being Treated Better than You Deserve: New Tests of Competing Predictions from 10 Identity Control Theory and Affect Control Theory. Presented at the Annual Meetings of the Southern Sociological Society, Atlanta, GA 2nd Revise and Resubmit.

Robinson, Dawn T., Clay-Warner, Jody., Smith-Lovin, Lynn. (2010). Emotional Consequences of Being Treated Better than You Deserve: New Tests of Competing Predictions from Identity Control Theory and Affect Control Theory. [Presentation].

Robinson, Dawn T.,  Clay-Warner, Jody.,  Everett, Tiffani. (2008). Emotions in the Social World. Pp. 1-9 in Social Structure and Emotion.

Robinson, Dawn T., Clay-Warner, Jody., Everett, Tiffani. (2008). Emotions in the Social World. Social Structure and Emotion,  Pp. 1-9. San Diego: Elsevier http://spq.sagepub.com/content/78/2/151 § Profiled in the American Sociological Association’s Contexts.

Robinson, Dawn T. (2015). Gendered Networks and Depression Contagion in School. Presented at Cornell University.

Robinson, Dawn T., Aikens, Laura. (2009). Homophily. In Encyclopedia of Group Processes and Intergroup Relations.

Robinson, Dawn T., Smith-Lovin, Lynn., Doan, Long., and Moore, Christopher D. (2014). How Setting Constrains Friendship: An Affect Control Analysis. [Presentation]. Pp. 195-201, edited by Jody Clay-Warner and Dawn T. Robinson.  San Diego: Elsevier.

Robinson, Dawn T., Clay-Warner, Jody., Smith-Lovin, Lynn. (2005). Identity, Justice, and Emotion. Presented at the Annual Meetings of the Southern Sociological Society  Pp. 195-201, edited by Jody Clay-Warner and Dawn T. Robinson.  San Diego: Elsevier.

Robinson, Dawn T., Clay-Warner, Jody., Smith-Lovin, Lynn. (2005). Identity, Justice, and Emotion. Presented at the Annual Meetings of the Southern Sociological Society  PP. 225-258 in:  (edited by Dawn T. Robinson and Jody Clay-Warner). Elsevier Press. ISBN 978-0-12-374095-3.

Robinson, Dawn T., Smith-Lovin, Lynn., Clay-Warner, Jody. (2005). Identity, Justice, and Emotion. Presented at the Annual Meetings of the Southern Sociological Society, Charlotte, NC.

Robinson, Dawn T. (2011). Impression Change in Arabic and English Speakers. [Presentation]. edited by Jody Clay-Warner and Dawn T. Robinson.

Robinson, Dawn T. (2007). Introduction of Lynn Smith-Lovin: Recipient of the 2006 Cooley-Mead Award. Social Psychology Quarterly edited by Jody Clay-Warner and Dawn T. Robinson.

Robinson, Dawn T. (2004). Managing Others' Identities: Research Testing Affect Control Theory. Presentation at the University of South Carolina San Diego, CA: Elsevier.

Robinson, Dawn T. (2014). Modeling Face-to-Face Interaction within and between Cultures. Presented at the Western Carolina University Elsevier/Academic Press. (Recipient: 2010 Book Award, Emotions Section of American Sociological Association).

Robinson, Dawn T. (2012). New Emotion Research in the Study of Group Processes and Formal Sociology. Presented at the American Sociological Association Meeting.

Robinson, Dawn T. (2010). Next Steps in Mathematical Sociology. Presented at the American Sociological Association meeting.

Robinson, Dawn T. (2016). Non-NIH Funding Sources. Presented at the University of Georgia. Under Review. Manuscript Available.

Robinson, Dawn T., Smith-Lovin, Lynn., Rogalin, Christabel. (2004). Physiological Measures for Theoretical Concepts: Some Ideas for Linking Deflection and Emotion to Physical Responses During Interaction. Advances in Group Processes.

Robinson, Dawn T., Clay-Warner, Jody., Smith-Lovin, Lynn. Research Experiences for Undergraduates: Collaborative Research Examining the Relationship between Identity, Injustice, and Emotion. [Grant]. National Science Foundation.

Robinson, Dawn T. (2004). Role Playing in Social Research. [Chapter]. Encyclopedia of Social Science Research.

Robinson, Dawn T. (2011). Theorizing the Relationship Between Culture, Interaction, and Emotion. [Presentation]. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/soc4.12261/abstract

Robinson, Dawn T., Clay-Warner, Jody., Moore, Christopher D., Everett, Tiffani., Watts, Alexander., Tucker, Traci., Thai, Chi. (2012). Toward an Unobtrusive Measure of Emotion during Interaction: Thermal Imaging Techniques. Advances in Group Processes 29:225-266 Poster presented.

Robinson, Dawn T., Clay-Warner, Jody., Moore, Christopher D., Everett, Tiffani., Watts, Alexander., Aikens, Laura., Thai, Chi. (2007). Toward an Unobtrusive Measure of Emotions During Social Interaction. Presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Sociological Association Odum Graduate Paper Award.

Robinson, Dawn T., Clay-Warner, Jody., Moore, Christopher D., Everett, Tiffani., Watts, Alexander., Aikens, Laura., Thai, Chi. (2007). Toward an Unobtrusive Measure of Emotions During Social Interaction. Presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Sociological Association Atlanta, GA.

Robinson, Dawn T., Clay-Warner, Jody., Moore, Christopher D., Everett, Tiffani., Watts, Alexander., Tucker, Traci., and Thai, Chi. (2012). Toward an Unobtrusive Measure of Emotion during Social Interaction: Thermographic Imaging Techniques. Advances in Group Processes Paper presented.

Robinson, Dawn T., Clay-Warner, Jody., Thai, Chi., McCully, Kevin. (2010). Using Facial Temperature to Measure Emotional Response to Feedback. Presented at the National Science Foundation, Human and Social Dynamics Grantee Conference, Arlington, VA. Paper presented.

Robinson, Dawn T., Clay-Warner, Jody., Thai, Chi., McCully, Kevin. (2009). Using Facial Temperature to Measure Emotional Response to Feedback. Presented at the National Academy of Sciences’ Kavli Frontiers of Science Symposium, Irvine, CA Odum Graduate Paper Award, New Orleans.

Robinson, Dawn T., Clay-Warner, Jody., Smith-Lovin, Lynn. (2007). Using Facial Temperature to Measure Emotional Responses to Feedback. Presented at the Meeting of the International Society for Research on Emotion, Queensland, Australia Pp. 2269-2274, (edited by G. Riterz. Malden, MA) Blakwell Publishing ISBN 978-1-4051-6551-8.

Robinson, Dawn T., Clay-Warner, Jody., Smith-Lovin, Lynn. (2007). Using Facial Temperature to Measure Emotional Responses to Feedback. Presented at the Meeting of the International Society of Emotions Researchers edited by George Ritzer and J. Michael Ryan. Blackwell.

Robinson, Dawn T., Clay-Warner, Jody., Smith-Lovin, Lynn. (2007). Using Facial Temperature to Measure Emotional Responses to Feedback. Presented at the Meeting of the International Society of Emotions Researchers University of Georgia

Robinson, Dawn T. (2009). Using Facial Temperature to Measure Emotional Responses to Feedback. Presented November 3rd.

Robinson, Dawn T., Clay-Warner, Jody. (2010). Using Facial Temperature to Measure Emotional Response to Feedback. [Presentation]. Eds. Dominika Latusek and Alexandra Gerbasi. IGI Global. Hershey, PA.

Rogalin, Christabel., Moore, Christopher D., Robinson, Dawn T., Smith-Lovin, Lynn. (2004). Where Identity and Status Processes Meet. Presented at the Annual meeting of the Southern Sociological Society in Atlanta, GA. Paper Presented.

Rogers, Kimberly B., Clark, Jesse K., Smith-Lovin, Lynn., Robinson, Dawn T., and Heise, David R. (2012). Cultural Stability of Impression Dynamics in the United States. Presented at the Research Advances in Affect Control Theory II conference in Brown County State Park, IN Total amount awarded: $1000.

Rogers, Kimberly B., Smith-Lovin, Lynn., Robinson, Dawn T., Clark, Jesse K. (2011). Measuring Individual Differences in Impression Formation. Presented at the Annual meeting of the Southern Sociological Society Presentation at a panel organized by the Owens Institute for Behavioral Research.

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Shank, Daniel B. (2012). Perceived Justice and Reactions to Coercive Computers. Sociological Forum 27(2):372-391. Talk given to the Department of Sociology.

Shank, Daniel B. Affect toward Coercive Computers: Contrasting Affect Control with Social Exchange. [Article]. Talk given to the Culture, Power, and History Workshop.

Shank, Daniel B. (2010). Affect toward Coercive Computers: Contrasting Affect Control with Social Exchange. [Award]. American Sociological Association: Mathematical Sociology Section Total amount awarded: $1000.

Shank, Daniel B. (2008). Committee:  Robinson, Dawn T.  (Chair), Clay-Warner, Jody, Balkwell, James W. Affect toward Computers Who Coerce in Social Exchange. (Dissertations and Theses).

Shank, Daniel B. (2008). Affect toward Computers Who Coerce in Social Exchange. Presented at the American Sociological Association Annual Meeting $775.

Shank, Daniel B. (2007). Affective Responses When Interacting With Computers. Presented at the Southern Sociological Society Annual Meeting Paper presented in Athens, GA.

Shank, Daniel B. Affective Sentiments of Coercive Computers: Comparing Affect Control with Social Exchange.

Shank, Daniel B. (2010). An Affect Control Theory of Technology. Current Research in Social Psychology. 15(10): 1-13. Poster presented in Athens, GA.

Shank, Daniel B. (2008). Injustice in Social Exchange: The Effects of Computer Identity and Gender. Presented at the Group Processes Conference.

Shank, Daniel B. (2008). Perceived Justice in Social Exchange: The Effects of Computer Identity and Gender. Presented at the Georgia Workshop on Culture, Power, and History, Center for the Humanities and Arts State-of-the-Art Conference Grant.  Amount awarded: $18,500.

Shank, Daniel B. (2009). Perceived Justice of Computer. [Award]. American Sociological Association: Social Psychology Section State-of-the-Art Conference Grant. Amount awarded: $18,500.

Shank, Daniel B. (2009). Perceived Justice of Computers. [Award]. Southern Sociological Society.

Shank, Daniel B. (2009). Perceived Justice of Computers. Presented at the Southern Sociology Society Annual Meeting.

Shank, Daniel B. (2007). Perceptions of Computers Who Coerce. Presented at the Group Processes Conference Talk to be given to the Department of Sociology in Charlotte.

Shank, Daniel B. (2010). Graduate School Deans Award. [Grant].University of Georgia Talk given to the Department of Sociology

Shank, Daniel B.  (2010). Trusting Technological Actors: A Foundation in Structure and Cultural Sentiments. [Chapter].Trust and Technology in a Ubiquitous Modern Environment: Theoretical and Methodological Perspectives.

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Tinkler, Justine. (2012). Controversies in Implicity Race Bias Research. [Chapter]. 2012 Sociology Compass 6:987-997.

Tinkler, Justine., Zhao, Jun., Li, Yan., Ridgeway, Cecilia. (2013). Honorary Whites? How Cultural Beliefs about Race and Gender Intersect to Privilege and Disadvantage Asians in America. Presented at the Annual Meeting of Southern Sociological Society in Atlanta, GA Colloquium presentation in the Department of Psychology.

Tinkler, Justine., Zhao, Jun., Li, Yan., Ridgeway, Cecilia. (2014). Honorary Whites? Intersections of Race, Gender, and the Dominance Penalty for White and Asian Americans. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association in San Francisco, CA 2nd edition. Edited by George Ritzer. Wiley-Blackwell Publishing. 

Tinkler, Justine. (2013). How Do Sexual Harassment Policies Shape Gender Beliefs? An Exploration of the Moderating Effects of Norm Adherence and Gender. [Chapter]. Social Science Research. 42:1269-1283 Keynote address delivered, sponsored by the Australian Sociological Society section on the Sociology of Affect and Emotion.

Tinkler, Justine., Becker, Sarah. (2013). Kind of Natural, Kind of Wrong: Young People's Beliefs about the Morality, Legality, and Normalcy of Sexual Aggression in Public Drinking Settings. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association meeting in New York, NY Presentation at a workshop on the “Influence of States and Traits in Individual and Group Performance Variability”. Baltimore, MD.

Tinkler, Justine., Becker, Sarah. (2015). Our Bodies, Our Selves: Negotiating Access to Women's Bodies in Public Drinking Settings. Presented at the Annual Meeting of Southern Sociological Society in New Orleans, LA. Yokohama, Japan.

Tinkler, Justine., Gremillion, Skylar., Arthurs, Kira (graduate student coauthors). (2015). Perceptions of Legitimacy: The Sex of the Legal Messenger and Reactions to Sexual Harrassment Training.[Chapter]. Law and Social Inquiry. 40:152-174. Master’s Thesis.

Tinkler, Justine. (2012). Resisting the Enforcement of Sexual Harrassment Law. [Chapter]. Law and Social Inquiry. 37:1-24 Master's Thesis.

Tinkler, Justine., Gremillion, Skylar., Arthurs, Kira. (2012). The Sex of the Legal Messenger and Reactions to Sexual Harrassment Training. Presented at the Law and Society meeting in Honolulu, HI Manuscript available 

Tinkler, Justine., Becker, Sarah. (2013). 'There is a Fine Line between Passion and Aggression': Negotiating the Moral Boundaries of Unwanted Sexual Contact in Public Drinking Spaces. Presented at the Law and Society Meeting in Boston, MA. Inducted in Teaching Academy.

Tinkler, Justine., Ku, Manwai C., Whittington, Kjersten., Davies, Andrea. (2012). Uncertainty and the Effects of Gender, Technical Background, and Social Capital on Venture Capital Evaluations. Presented at the Annual Meeting of American Sociological Association in Denver, CO Inducted in Teaching Academy.

Tinkler, Justine., Whittington, Kjersten., Bunker, Ku., Manwai C., Davies, Andrea. (2015). Uncertainty and the Effects of Gender, Technical Background, and Social Capital on Venture Capital Evaluations. [Chapter]. Social Science Research. 51:1-16.

Trautner, Mary Nell., Becker, Sarah., Tinkler, Justine., White, Swede. (2015). Gender, Law, and Sexual Aggression in Public Drinking Settings in Singapore and the United States. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association in Chicago, Illinois Paper presented at the biennial meetings of the International Society for Research on Emotion. Kyoto, Japan.

Tucker, Stephanie., Baker, Evander., Fredrick, Stephanie. (2010). Cover Girl: Make Up and Gender in Measuring Emotions Using Infrared Imaging. Presented at the Southeastern Undergraduate Sociology Symposium Banff, Canada.

Tucker, Traci N. (2008). A Cross-cultural Comparison of Gender and Role Identities in China and the United States. Presented at the American Sociological Association Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, Hilton San Francisco, San Francisco, CA.

Tucker, Traci N. (2008). A Cross-cultural Comparison of Gender and Role Identities in China and the United States. Presented at the  Annual Center for Undergraduate Research Symposium Under review at Journal of Interpersonal Violence.

Tucker, Traci N. (2007). A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Gender and Role-Identities. [Grant]. Clarke International Scholarship

Tucker, Traci N. (2007). A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Gender and Role-Identities. [Grants ]. Manuscript in progress.

Tucker, Traci N. (2007). An Affect Control Model of Attribution. Presented at the Annual Center for Undergraduate Research Symposium Manuscript in Progress.

Tucker, Traci N. (2007). Deflection as a Predictor of Attribution: An Affect Control Model. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association Honors Thesis.

Tucker, Traci N. (2007). Deflection as a Predictor of Attribution: An Affect Control Model. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Southern Sociological Society Southern Sociological Society Odum Award for best undergraduate Paper.

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Watts, Alexander., Aikens, Laura., Moore, Christopher D., Wilks, Marla., Clay-Warner, Jody., Robinson, Dawn T., Thai, Chi. (2006). Measuring Emotion Using Infrared Thermography. Presented at the University of Georgia Center for Undergraduate Research Opportunities (CURO) Symposium NSF Fellowship honorable mention.

Watts, Alexander., Aikens, Laura., Moore, Christopher D., Wilks, Marla., Clay-Warner, Jody., Robinson, Dawn T., Thai, Chi. (2006). Measuring Emotion Using Infrared Thermography: The Relationship Between Autonomic Nervous System Response and Regional Face Temperatures. Presented at the University of Georgia Social Structure and Emotion Conference Master’s Thesis.

Watts, Alexander. (2009). The Role of Morality in Status and Stigma Processes. Presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Sociological Association Master's Thesis.

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Youngreen, Reef., Conlon, Bridget.,  Lovaglia, Michael.,  Robinson, Dawn T. (2009). Identity Maintenance and Cognitive Test Performance. Social Science Research. 38:438-446. Paper presented at the Annual Sunbelt Meetings of the International Network for Social Network Analysis in St. Pete Beach, FL.

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Zhao, Jun., Robinson, Dawn T. (2016). Network Interventions for Managing the Diffusion of Health Beliefs. Poster presented at the 3rd International Conference on Cross- Cultural Decision Making, as part of the AHFE 2014 International Conference in Krakow, Poland.

Zhao, Jun. (2016). Summer Doctoral Research Fellowship. [Grant]. University of Georgia Paper presented at the biennial meetings of the International Society for Research on Emotion. Kyoto, Japan.

Zhao, Jun. (2016). Travel Award. [Grant].University of Georgia Paper presented at the Office of the Secretary of Defense Human Social Culture Behavior Modeling Program Focus 2011 Conference in Chantilly, VA.

Zhao, Jun., Robinson, Dawn T. (2016). Communication Networks, Network Interventions using Network Structure, Social Network and Health. Presented at the International Network for Social Network Analysis meeting Arlington, Virgina.

Zhao, Jun., Culatta, Elizabeth., Robinson, Dawn T., Clay-Warner, Jody., Thai, Chi., McCully, Kevin. (2011). Comparing the Utility of EmFACS and Infrared Thermography for Measuring the Potency and Activity of Emotion. Presented at the International Society for Research on Emotion Annual Meeting, Kyoto, Japan Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Sociological Association in Atlanta, Ga.

Zhao, Jun., Culatta, Elizabeth., Robinson, Dawn T., Clay-Warner, Jody., Thai, Chi., McCully, Kevin. (2011). Comparing the Utility of EmFACS and Infrared Thermography for Measuring the Potency and Activity of Emotion. Presented at the Meetings of the International Society of Research on Emotions, Kyoto, Japan National Academy of Science. Irvine, CA.

Zhao, Jun., Culatta, Elizabeth., Robinson, Dawn T., Clay-Warner, Jody., Thai, Chi., and McCully, Kevin. (2011). Comparing the Utility of EmFACS and Infrared Thermography for Measuring the Potency and Activity of Emotion. Presented at the biennial meetings of the International Society for Research of Emotion. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Sociological Association. New York, NY.

Zhao, Jun., Cullatta, Elizabeth., Robinson, Dawn T., Clay-Warner, Jody., Thai, Chi., and McCully, Kevin. (2011). Comparing the Utility of EmFACS and Infrared Thermography for Measuring the Potency and Activity of Emotion. Poster presented at the annual meetings of the International Society for Research on Emotion. Sunshine Beach, Queensland, Australia.

Zhao, Jun., Rogalin, Christabel. Gender Differences in Emotional Display on Sentencing.  Social Psychology Quarterly Presented at the 3rd US-Japan Joint Conference on Mathematical Sociology in Sapporo, Japan.

Zhao, Jun. (2011). How does the Meaning of Gender Identity and Occupational Identities Affect the Occupational Gender Composition? Presented at the Group Process conference at the Annual Sociological Association. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the International Network for Social Network Analysis in Redondo Beach, CA.

Zhao, Jun., Robinson, Dawn T., Wu, Chyi-In. Isolation, Rejection, or Contagion? Gendered Pathways to Depression Homophily.

Zhao, Jun. Model Minority? Risk Factors Associated with Trajectories of Depressive Symptoms among Asian American Adolescents. Master’s Thesis.

Zhao, Jun. (2015). Model Minority? Risk Factors Associated with Trajectories of Depressive Symptoms among Asian American Adolescents. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Southern Sociological Association Society CURO Research Summer fellowship; amount awarded: $3,000.

Zhao, Jun., Rogalin, Christabel. (2016). Revisiting a Heinous Crime or Unfortunate Accident: Does Gender Matter? Presented at the American Sociological Association Meeting Under Review.

Zhao, Jun. (2014). Selection and Influence among Adolescents in Taiwan: Gender Matters. Presented at the International Network for Social Network Analysis Meeting.

Zhao, Jun. (2013). The Reciprocal Effects of Gender Identity and Occupational Identities Meanings on the Gender Composition of Occupations. Presented at the Laboratory of the Study of Social Interaction Speaker Series. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the International Network for Social Network Analysis in Newport Beach, CA.

Zhao, Jun., Robinson, Dawn T. (2015). The Surprising effects of Gendered Networks on Depression Contagion in School. Paper presented at the annual meetings of the American Sociological Association in Chicago.

Zhao, Jun., Wang, Jin., and Hao, Lingxin. (2014). You Get What You Hope For: Different Rationales and its Consequences of Shadow Education in China. Presented at the American Sociological Association Meeting. Poster presented at the biennial meetings of the International Society for Research on Emotion. Kyoto, Japan.

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