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As a social psychologist I am primarily interested in phenomena that highlight the manner in which social and psychological processes can interact, thereby reciprocally shaping one another. At the level of social settings, I have studied topics such as embarrassment and face-saving, the self in social interaction, and various processes of social influence, especially obedience and defiance toward legitimate authority. At a more macro-level, I have been interested in the construction and production of crime and social control, the organizational processes by which the mass media package political issues, and the public’s use of cognitive and affective tools to make sense of these issues.
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