Biswas-Diener, R. & Teeny, J. (2015). States of consciousness. Noba’s Introduction to Psychology. http://noba.to/xj2cbhek
Teeny, J., Briñol, P., & Petty, R. E. (in press 2015). The elaboration likelihood model: Understanding consumer attitude change. In C. Jansson-Boyd & M. Zawisza (Eds.). International handbook of consumer psychology. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Noba is a non-profit organization founded by Ed and Carol Diener with the intention of re-imagining higher education for students and professors. The organization focuses on providing free resources for the topic of psychology, offering a variety of powerpoints, subject modules, and practice quizzes to help make psychological knowledge available to students of all backgrounds. Much of Noba’s text and program components have been written by top tier researchers in the field and cover a broad array of topics.
For the Noba team, I wrote a short piece titled, “The Fear of Looking Stupid in Class — And How to Get Past It.” Using fundamental research from social psychology, I discussed why this fear about speaking up in class is exaggerated, and a few ways people can work to reduce it. The piece was published in their June newsletter, which has a circulation of over 8,000 students.
Teeny, J. & Petty, R. (2017) Do you wait to advocate?: Lay theories of attitudinal bases and type of advocacy intention. Society for Personality and Social Psychology Conference, San Antonio, TX.
Teeny, J. & Petty, R. (2016) Word-of-mouth: Positive and negative experiences with hedonic and utilitarian products. Invitational Hayes Research Forum, Columbus, OH. [1st Place]
Teeny, J., Luttrell, A., Petty, R., & Brinol, P. (2015). Exploring the antecedents to proselytism: Attitude certainty on willingness to propagate an attitude. Society for Personality and Social Psychology Conference, Long Beach, CA.
Teeny, J. & Petty, R. (2015) When do people try to convince you of their beliefs?: The differential effects of affect and cognition on two types of advocacy. Invitational Hayes Research Forum, Columbus, OH. [awarded 4th place]
Teeny, J., Luttrell, A. & Petty, R. (2014). Believe what I believe!: Correctness and clarity as two paths to proselytism. Attitudes and Social Influence Conference, Catalina, CA
Zigterman, J., Teeny, J., Bercovitz, K. & Simone P. (2012). The effects of distributed practice on older and younger adults. Western Psychological Association, Burlingame, CA
Bercovitz, K., Zigterman, J., Teeny, J. & Bell M. (2011). Comparative memory retention in am/pm twelve-hour delay. Western Psychological Conference, Moraga, CA