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Publications of Wendy Wood    :chronological  alphabetical  combined  bibtex listing:

Journal Articles

  1. Ji, M., & Wood, W, Purchase and consumption habits: Not always what you intend, Journal of Consumer Psychology, vol. 17 (2007), pp. 261-276
  2. Wood, W., & Neal, D. T., A new look at habits and the habit-goal interface, Psychological Review, vol. 114 no. 843-863 (2007)
  3. Lynch, J. G., & Wood, W, Special issue editors’ statement: Helping consumers help themselves, Journal of Public Policy & Marketing, vol. 25 (2006), pp. 1-7
  4. B. Verplanken, & W. Wood, Changing and breaking consumer habits, Journal of Public Policy and Marketing, vol. 25 (2006), pp. 90-103
  5. Ji, M., & Wood, W., Purchase and consumption habits: Not necessarily what you intend, Journal of Consumer Psychology (in press)
  6. Christensen, P. N., Rothgerber, H., Wood, W., & Matz, D. C, Social norms and the self: A motivational model of normative impact., Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, vol. 30 (2004), pp. 1295-1309
  7. Orina, M., Wood, W., & Simpson, J. A, Styles of influence in close relationships, Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, vol. 38 (2002), pp. 459-472

Chapters in Books

  1. Wood, W., & Eagly, A. H., Social structural origins of sex differences in human mating., in Evolution of mind: Fundamental questions and controversies, edited by S. Gangestad & J. A. Simpson. (2007), pp. 383-390, Guilford Press

Papers Published

  1. Neal, D., Wood, W., & Quinn, J. M., Habits: A repeat performance, Current Directions in Psychological Science, vol. 15 (2006), pp. 198-202  [abs]
  2. Verplanken, B. & Wood, W., Changing and breaking habits, Journal of Public Policy and Marketing, vol. 25 (2006), pp. 90-103 [PDF]
  3. Matz, D., & Wood, W, Cognitive dissonance in groups: The consequences of disagreement, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology: Attitudes and Social Cognition, vol. 88 (2005), pp. 22-37  [abs]
  4. Wood, W., Tam, L., & Guerrero-Witt, M., Changing circumstances, disrupting habits, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology: Attitudes and Social Cognition, vol. 88 (2005), pp. 918-933 [html] [PDF[abs]
  5. Eagly, A. H. & Wood, W., Universal sex differences across patriarchal cultures ≠ evolved psychological dispositions, Behavior and Brain Sciences, vol. 28 (2005), pp. 281-283
  6. Wood, W., & Quinn, J. M., Forewarned and forearmed? Two meta-analytic syntheses of forewarnings of influence appeals, Psychological Bulletin, vol. 129 (2003), pp. 119-138  [abs]
  7. Wood, W., & Eagly, A. H., A cross-cultural analysis of the behavior of women and men: Implications for the origin of sex differences, Psychological Bulletin, vol. 129 (2002), pp. 699-727 [PDF[abs]
  8. Wood, W., Quinn, J., & Kashy, D., Habits in everyday life: Thought, emotion, and action, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, vol. 83 (2002), pp. 1281-1297 [PDF]
  9. Wood, W., Attitude change: Persuasion and social influence, Annual Review of Psychology, vol. 50 (2000), pp. 539-570 [PDF[abs]
  10. Wood, W. & Eagly, A. H., A call to recognize the breadth of evolutionary perspectives: Sociocultural theroies and evolutionary psychology, Psychological Inquiry, vol. 11 (2000), pp. 52-55
  11. Eagly, A. H., & Wood, W., The origins of human sex differences: Evolved dispositions versus social roles, American Psychologist, vol. 54 (1999), pp. 408-423
  12. Eagly, A. H. & Wood, W., The origins of aggression sex differences: Evolved dispositions versus social roles, Behavioral and Brain Sciences, vol. 2 (1999), pp. 223-224
  13. Prislin, R., Wood, W., & Pool, G., Structural consistency and the deduction of specific from general attitudes, Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, vol. 34 (1998), pp. 66-89
  14. Ouellette, J. & Wood, W., Habit and intention in everyday life: The multiple processes by which past behavior predicts future behavior, Psychological Bulletin, vol. 124 (1998), pp. 54-74
  15. Pool, G. J., Wood, W. & Leck, K., The self-esteem motive in social influence: Agreeing with valued majorities and disagreeing with derogated minorities, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, vol. 75 (1998), pp. 967-975
  16. Wood, W., Christensen, P. N., Hebl, M. R., & Rothgerber, H., Sex-typed norms, affect, and the self, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, vol. 73 (1997), pp. 523-535 [PDF]
  17. Biek, M., Wood, W., & Chaiken, S., Knowledge, affect, and bias: Objective and motivated processing of persuasive messages, Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, vol. 22 (1996), pp. 547-556
  18. Shackelford, S., Wood, W., & Worchel, S., Behavioral styles and the influence of women in mixed-sex groups, Social Psychology Quarterly, vol. 59 (1996), pp. 284-293
  19. Wood, W., Pool, G., Leck, K. & Purvis, D., Self-definition, defensive processing, and influence: The normative impact of majority and minority groups, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, vol. 71 (1996), pp. 1181-1193 (Reprinted in A. Pines & C. Maslach (Eds.) (2002) Experiencing Social Psychology: Readings and Projects, (4th ed.), Boston: McGraw-Hill.)
  20. Wood, W., Lundgren, S., Ouellette, J., Busceme, S., & Blackstone, T., Minority influence: A meta-analytic review of social influence processes, in Psychological Bulletin, vol. 115 (1994), pp. 323-345
  21. Grossman, M. & Wood, W., Sex differences in emotional intensity: A social role explanation, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, vol. 65 (1993), pp. 1010-1022
  22. Rhodes, N. D. & Wood, W., Self-esteem and intelligence affect influenceability: The role of message reception, Psychological Bulletin, vol. 111 (1992), pp. 156-169
  23. Eagly, A. H. & Wood, W., Explaining sex differences in social behavior: A meta-analytic perspective, Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, vol. 17 (1991), pp. 306-315
  24. Wood, W., Wong, F., & Chachere, J. G., Effects of media violence on viewers' aggression in unconstrained social interaction, Psychological Bulletin, vol. 109 (1991), pp. 371-383
  25. Wood, W., Generalizing sociology, Contemporary Psychology, vol. 34 (1990), pp. 383-385
  26. Wood, W., Perspectives on research classics: Knowledge about retrieval, Contemporary Social Psychology, vol. 14 (1990), pp. 183-185
  27. Wood, W., Rhodes, N., & Whelan, M., Sex differences in positive well-being: A consideration of emotional style and marital status, Psychological Bulletin, vol. 106 (1989), pp. 249-264
  28. Wood, W. & Kallgren, C. A., III, Communicator attributes and persuasion: A function of access to attitude-relevant information, Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, vol. 14 (1988), pp. 172-182
  29. Wood, W. & Worchel, S., On the influence of minorities, Contemporary Psychology, vol. 32 (1987), pp. 240-241
  30. Wood, W., A meta-analytic review of sex differences in group performance, Psychological Bulletin, vol. 102 (1987), pp. 53-71
  31. Wood, W. & Karten, S., Sex differences in interaction style as a product of perceived sex differences in competence, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, vol. 50 (1986), pp. 341-347
  32. Wood, W., Jones, M., & Benjamin, L. T., Jr., Surveying psychology's public image, American Psychologist, vol. 41 (1986), pp. 947-953
  33. Kallgren, C. A., III, & Wood, W., Access to attitude-relevant information in memory as a determinant of attitude-behavior consistency, Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, vol. 22 (1986), pp. 328-338
  34. Wood, W., Polek, D., & Aiken, C., Sex differences in group task performance, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, vol. 48 (1985), pp. 63-71
  35. Wood, W., Kallgren, C., & Preisler, R. M., Access to attitude-relevant information in memory as a determinant of persuasion: The role of message attributes, Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, vol. 21 (1985), pp. 73-85
  36. Eagly, A. H. & Wood, W., Inferred sex differences in status as a determinant of gender stereotypes about social influence, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, vol. 43 (1982), pp. 915-928
  37. Wood, W., The retrieval of attitude-relevant information from memory: Effects on susceptibility to persuasion and on intrinsic motivation, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, vol. 42 (1982), pp. 798-810
  38. Wood, W. & Eagly, A. H., Stages in the analysis of persuasive messages: The role of causal inferences and message comprehension, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, vol. 40 (1981), pp. 246-259
  39. Eagly, A. H., Wood, W., & Fishbaugh, L., Sex differences in conformity: Surveillance by the group as a determinant of male nonconformity, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, vol. 40 (1981), pp. 384-394
  40. Eagly, A. H., Wood, W., & Chaiken, S., Causal inferences about communicators and their effect on opinion change, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, vol. 36 (1978), pp. 424-435

Articles Submitted

  1. Neal, D. T., & Wood, W, Power of context: Habits do not depend on goals, Psychological Science (2007)
  2. Aldrich, J. A., Montgomery, J., & Wood, W, Voting habits, American Political Science Review (2007)

Papers Accepted

  1. Eagly, A. H., & Wood, W, The partialling fallacy, small sample problem, and anyway they're not playing our song, Psychological Inquiry, vol. 17 (2006), pp. 131-137

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