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Tanya L. Chartrand, Roy J. Bostock Marketing Professor of Fuqua School of Business and Professor of Psychology & Neuroscience and Professor of Business Administration and Faculty Network Member of Duke Institute for Brain Sciences and Affiliate of Center for Child and Family Policy

Tanya L. Chartrand
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Web Page:   https://go.fuqua.duke.edu/data/vbcvpp/tlc10/tlc10-bio.pdf

Teaching (Fall 2017):

  • Marketng 796e.601, Market intelligence Synopsis
    Tba, F 06:00 AM-07:00 AM
  • Ba 991.02, Selected topics Synopsis
    Fuqua des, M 12:00 PM-02:30 PM
Education:

Ph.D.New York University1999
M.A.New York University1996
B.S.Santa Clara University1994
Specialties:

Social Psychology
Research Interests: Consumer Behavior, Social Psychology, Social Cognition, Automaticity and Nonconscious Processes, Research Methods

Areas of Interest:

Nonconscious Goal Pursuit
Automatic Behavioral Mimicry
Consequences of Nonconscious Processes for Mood, Cognition, Judgment, Motivation, and Behavior

Curriculum Vitae
Current Ph.D. Students   (Former Students)

    Postdocs Mentored

    • Terrance Horgan (2001 - 2004)
    Representative Publications   (More Publications)   (search)

    1. Bargh, JA; Chartrand, TL (1999). The unbearable automaticity of being. American Psychologist, 54(7), 462-479.  [abs]
    2. Chartrand, TL; Bargh, JA (1999). The chameleon effect: The perception-behavior link and social interaction. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 76(6), 893-910. [doi]  [abs]
    3. Chartrand, TL; Bargh, JA (1996). Automatic Activation of Impression Formation and Memorization Goals: Nonconscious Goal Priming Reproduces Effects of Explicit Task Instructions. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 71(3), 464-478.  [abs]
    4. Lakin, JL; Chartrand, TL (2003). Using nonconscious behavioral mimicry to create affiliation and rapport. Psychological Science, 14(4), 334-339. [doi]  [abs]
    5. Chartrand, TL (2005). The role of conscious awareness in consumer behavior. Journal of Consumer Psychology, 15(3), 203-210. (in press). [doi]  [abs]

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