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Norman H. Anderson

Norman H. Anderson is a Social Psychologist, and Professor Emeritus at the University of California, San Diego. Dr. Anderson also taught at The University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) during the 1960's and 1970's, and is credited with developing the Information Integration Theory.1

Published Materials

Anderson, N. H. Test of a model for opinion change. Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 1959, 59, 371-381.

Anderson, N. H. Scales and statistics: Parametric and Non-Parametric. Psychological Bulletin, 1961, 58, 305-316.

Anderson, N. H. Application of an additive model to impression formation. Science, 1962, 138, 817-818.

Anderson, N. H. On the Quantification of Miller's Conflict Theory. Psychological Review, 1962, 69, 400-414.

Anderson, N. H. Test of a Model for Number-Averaging Behavior. Psychonomic Science, 1964, 1, 191-192.

Anderson, N. H. Averaging versus Adding as a Stimulus-Combination Rule in Impression Formation. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1965, 70, 394-400

Anderson, N. H. Primacy Effects in Personality Impression Formation Using a Generalized Order Effect Paradigm. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1965, 2, 1-9.

Anderson, N. H. Averaging Model Analysis of Set Size Effect in Impression Formation. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1967, 75, 158-165.

Anderson, N. H. Test of Averaging, Balance, and Congruity Theories. Paper presented at summer conference on mathematical models in social psychology. Kent, Connecticut, 1967.

Anderson, N. H. A Simple Model for Information Integration. In R.P. Abelson E. Aronson, W.J. McGuire, T.M. Newcomb, M.J. Rosenberg & P.H. Tannenbaum (Eds.), Theories of Cognitive Consistency: A Sourcebook., Chicago: Rand McNally, 1968.

Anderson, N. H. Likableness ratings of 555 Personality-Trait Words. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1968, 9, 272-279.

Anderson, N. H. Application of a Linear-Serial Model to a Personality-Impression Task Using Serial Presentation. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1968, 10, 354-362.

Anderson, N. H. Averaging of Space and Number Stimuli with Simultaneous Presentation. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1968, 77, 383-392

Anderson, N. H. Comment on "An Analysis-of-Variance Model for the Assessment of Configural Cue Utilization in Clinical Judgement." Psychological Bulletin, 1969, 72, 63-65.

Anderson, N. H. Application of a Model for Numerical Response to a Probability Learning Situation. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1969, 80, 19-27.

Anderson, N. H. Functional Measurement and Psychophysical Judgment. Psychological Review, 1970, 77, 153-170.

Anderson, N. H. Averaging Model Applied to the Size-Weight Illusion. Perception & Psychophysics, 1970, 8, 1-4.

Anderson, N. H.Integration Theory and Attitude Change. Psychological Review, 1971, 78, 171-206

Anderson, N. H. Two More Tests Against Change of Meaning in Adjective Combinations, Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior, 1971, 10, 75-85

Anderson, N. H. Test of Adaptation-Level Theory as an Explanation of a Recency Effect in Psychophysical Integration. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1971, 10, 75-85

Anderson, N. H. Looking for Configurality in Clinical Judgment. Psychological Bulletin, 1972, 78, 93-102

Anderson, N. H. Cross-Task validation of Functional Measurement. Perception & Psychophysics, 1972, 12, 389-395

Anderson, N. H. Serial Position Curves in Impression Formation. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1973, 97, 8-12

Anderson, N. H. Functional measurement of Social Desirability. Sociometry, 1973, 36, 89-98

Anderson, N. H. Information Integration Theory: A Brief Survey. In D.H. Krantz, R.C. Atkinson, R.D. Luce, &P. Suppes (Eds.), Contemporary Developments in Mathematical Psychology, San Francisco: Freeman, 1974

Anderson, N. H. Algebraic Models in Perception. In E.C. Carterette & M.P. Friedman (Eds.), Handbook of Perception, Vol. 2. New York: Academic Press, 1973.

Anderson, N. H. Information Integration Theory Applied to Attitudes About U.S. Presidents. Journal of Educational Psychology, 1973, 64, 1-8

Anderson, N. H., & Barrios, A.A., Primacy Effects in Personality Impression Formation. Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 1961, 63, 346-350

Anderson, N. H., & Butzin, C.A., Performance = Motivation X Ability: An Integration-Theoretical Analysis. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1974, in press.

Anderson, N. H. & Farkas, A.J., New Light on Order Effects in Attitude Change. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1973, in press

Anderson, N. H. & Hovland, C.I. The Representation of Order Effects in Communication Research. In C.I. Hovland (Ed.), The Order of Presentation in Persuasion, New haven: Yale University Press, 1957

Anderson, N. H. & Huber, S. Effects of Concomitant Verbal Recall on Order Effects in Personality Impression Formation. Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior, 1963, 2, 379-391.

Anderson, N. H. & Jacobson, A. Effect of Stimulus Inconsistency and Discounting Instructions in Personality Impression Formation. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1965, 2, 531-539

Anderson, N. H. & Lampel, A.K. Effect of Context on ratings of Personality Traits. Psychonomic Science, 1965, 3, 433-434

Anderson, N. H., Linder R. & Lopes, L.L. Integration Theory Applied to Judgments of Groups. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1973, 26, 400-408

Anderson, N. H. & Lopes, L.L. Some Psycholinguisitc Aspects of Person Perception. Memory and Cognition, 1973, in press

Anderson, N. H., Sawyers, B.K. & Farkas, A.J. President Paragraphs. Behavior Research Methods and Instrumentation, 1972, 4, 177-192

Anderson, N. H. Shanteau, J.C. Information Integration in Risky Decision making. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1970, 84, 441-451

Anderson, N. H. & Weiss, D.J. Test of A multiplying Model for Estimated Area of Rectangles. American Journal of Psychology, 1971, 84, 543-548

Anderson, N. H. & Whalen, R.E. Likelihood Judgments and Sequential Effects in a Two-Choice Probability Learning Situation. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1960, 60, 111-120.

Citing

1) Berkowitz, L. (1978). Cognitive Theories in Social Psychology. New York, New York : Academic Press, Inc.
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