Monica J. Harris (Kern)

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Graduate Training: 
Ph.D. 1987, Social Psychology, Harvard University
Biography: 

I received my undergraduate degree in psychology from the University of California, Riverside, in 1983. I then received her Ph.D. in Social Psychology from Harvard University in 1987, under the direction of Robert Rosenthal.  After receiving my Ph.D., I joined the faculty at the University of Kentucky in 1987 and have remained here since.  I have been an Associate Editor of the Journal of Nonverbal Behavior since 2002.

Selected Publications: 

    Harris, M. J. (Ed.)  (2009).  Bullying, rejection, and peer victimization:  A social cognitive neuroscience perspective.  New York: Springer Publishing Company.

    Harris, M. J. (2009).  Contributions of a social psychological approach to bullying and peer victimization.  In M. J. Harris (Ed.), Bullying, rejection, and peer victimization:  A social cognitive neuroscience perspective (pp. 3-23).  New York:  Springer Publishing Company.

    Rosen, P. J.*, Harris, M. J., & Milich, R.  (2009).  “Why’s everybody always pickin’ on me?”: Emotions, cognitions, and the development of chronic peer victimization in children.  In M. J. Harris (Ed.), Bullying, rejection, and peer victimization:  A social cognitive neuroscience perspective (pp. 79-100).  New York:  Springer Publishing Company.
                        
    Blincoe, S.*, & Harris, M. J. (2009).  Prejudice reduction in White students: Comparing three conceptual approaches. Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, 2(4), 232-242.

    Garris, C. P.*, Ohbuchi, K., Oikawa, H., & Harris, M. J.  (in press).  Consequences of interpersonal rejection:  A cross-cultural experimental study.  Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology.  

   Blincoe, S.*, & Harris, M. J. (in press).  Anger is just the beginning: Effects of (dis)respectful experiences on emotions and social image.  European Journal of Social Psychology.

    Blincoe, S.*, & Harris, M. J. (in press).  Education.  In J. A. Hall & M. Knapp (Eds.), Handbook of Communication Science: Nonverbal Communication.  New York: Mouton de Gruyter.

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