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Attitudes and Social Cognition Lab

Psychology Department
Iowa State University

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About the Lab

The Attitudes and Social Cognition Lab is part of the Department of Psychology and Communication Studies Program at Iowa State University.  Much of the lab members' research interests revolve around the formation and change of attitudes in a variety of social contexts, including social policies, health communication, and stereotyping and prejudice.

The ASC Lab | 0015 Office and Laboratory Building

 

Dr. Kevin L. Blankenship

Associate Professor
Department of Psychology, Iowa State University

My research focuses on three primary areas in attitudes and social cognition:
(1) the role one's values play in the formation and strength-related consequences of one's attitudes
(2) the possible contributions of attitude theory in judgment and decision-making, particularly in understanding numerical anchoring effects
(3) and the effects of characteristics of persuasive messages on attitude structure and change.

 

Contact Me

Thanks for your interest in my research. Get in touch with any questions or comments regarding my work and publications. I’d love to hear from you.

I am accepting new graduate students for Fall 2020.  For more information, please use the links below:

ISU Graduate Program Area: Social Psychology

ISU Social Cognition Research Cluster

ISU Psychology Graduate Application

Dr. Kevin Blankenship | kevinb1@iastate.edu | 515.294.9270

W112 Lagomarcino Hall

901 Stange Rd.

Ames, IA 50011

 
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