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1. Miles, Rosalyn A. Expressing Pride: Effects On Perceptions of Agency and Communality Based On Race and Gender.

Degree: MSin Psychology, Psychology, 2017, Missouri State University

This study investigated how the expression of pride shapes perceptions of agency and communality, and how those perceptions differ when the pride expresser is of a certain gender and race. Participants were primed with a scenario featuring a picture of a target varying in race and gender. Participants were then invited to complete a survey assessing their perceptions of agency, communality, leadership competence, and ascribed interpersonal hostility. It was hypothesized that the expression of pride over happiness would rank someone as being more or less agentic, communal, competent in leadership, or interpersonally hostile. It was also hypothesized that black targets would be seen as less agentic, communal and competent in leadership styles than white targets. Lastly, it was hypothesized that black targets would be viewed as more interpersonally hostile than their white counterparts. Overall, participants reported that the targets expressed more pride in the pride conditions, than in the happiness conditions. The results did not confirm any of the hypotheses predictions however, utilizing a broader sample base while increasing the population size (so that is representative of multiple types of industries) could yield different results. Advisors/Committee Members: Michelle Visio.

Subjects/Keywords: agency; pride; interpersonal perceptions; race; gender; emotion expression; leadership competence; Industrial and Organizational Psychology; Psychology; Social Psychology

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APA (6th Edition):

Miles, R. A. (2017). Expressing Pride: Effects On Perceptions of Agency and Communality Based On Race and Gender. (Masters Thesis). Missouri State University. Retrieved from https://bearworks.missouristate.edu/theses/3120

Chicago Manual of Style (16th Edition):

Miles, Rosalyn A. “Expressing Pride: Effects On Perceptions of Agency and Communality Based On Race and Gender.” 2017. Masters Thesis, Missouri State University. Accessed August 08, 2020. https://bearworks.missouristate.edu/theses/3120.

MLA Handbook (7th Edition):

Miles, Rosalyn A. “Expressing Pride: Effects On Perceptions of Agency and Communality Based On Race and Gender.” 2017. Web. 08 Aug 2020.

Vancouver:

Miles RA. Expressing Pride: Effects On Perceptions of Agency and Communality Based On Race and Gender. [Internet] [Masters thesis]. Missouri State University; 2017. [cited 2020 Aug 08]. Available from: https://bearworks.missouristate.edu/theses/3120.

Council of Science Editors:

Miles RA. Expressing Pride: Effects On Perceptions of Agency and Communality Based On Race and Gender. [Masters Thesis]. Missouri State University; 2017. Available from: https://bearworks.missouristate.edu/theses/3120

2. Kottman, Alise Sue Ellen. A Self-Compassion Intervention to Increase Feedback Acceptance among Individuals with Perfectionistic Tendencies.

Degree: MSin Psychology, Psychology, 2017, Missouri State University

Performance feedback is an important part of employee development. Performance feedback is often administered incorrectly which can be damaging to the employee. Self-compassion training is proposed as a means to mitigate the negative effects associated with receiving damaging performance feedback. Self-compassion priming was used as a method to increase feedback acceptance among individuals with perfectionistic tendencies. Participants (n = 938) were given a measure of perfectionism and then asked to complete a proofreading task containing either a self-compassion prime or a neutral topic. Positive and negative feedback was randomly assigned. Participants then filled out an internal self-compassion measure as well as a feedback acceptance measure. A moderated moderation analysis was conducted to determine if self-compassion priming increased the level of self-compassion among individuals with perfectionistic tendencies and, thus, increased feedback acceptance. No significant effects were found for self-compassion priming as a moderator. However, reported self-compassion level was approaching significance as a moderator in increasing negative feedback acceptance. Findings suggest that future research could focus on a long term self-compassion training intervention as a means to increase feedback acceptance among individuals with perfectionistic tendencies. Advisors/Committee Members: Michelle Visio.

Subjects/Keywords: perfectionism; self-compassion; feedback acceptance; priming; MTURK; Psychology

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APA (6th Edition):

Kottman, A. S. E. (2017). A Self-Compassion Intervention to Increase Feedback Acceptance among Individuals with Perfectionistic Tendencies. (Masters Thesis). Missouri State University. Retrieved from https://bearworks.missouristate.edu/theses/3150

Chicago Manual of Style (16th Edition):

Kottman, Alise Sue Ellen. “A Self-Compassion Intervention to Increase Feedback Acceptance among Individuals with Perfectionistic Tendencies.” 2017. Masters Thesis, Missouri State University. Accessed August 08, 2020. https://bearworks.missouristate.edu/theses/3150.

MLA Handbook (7th Edition):

Kottman, Alise Sue Ellen. “A Self-Compassion Intervention to Increase Feedback Acceptance among Individuals with Perfectionistic Tendencies.” 2017. Web. 08 Aug 2020.

Vancouver:

Kottman ASE. A Self-Compassion Intervention to Increase Feedback Acceptance among Individuals with Perfectionistic Tendencies. [Internet] [Masters thesis]. Missouri State University; 2017. [cited 2020 Aug 08]. Available from: https://bearworks.missouristate.edu/theses/3150.

Council of Science Editors:

Kottman ASE. A Self-Compassion Intervention to Increase Feedback Acceptance among Individuals with Perfectionistic Tendencies. [Masters Thesis]. Missouri State University; 2017. Available from: https://bearworks.missouristate.edu/theses/3150

3. Aikens, Jessica. Expressing Pride: The Effects Skin Tone Has On Perceptions Of Agency, Communality, And Interpersonal Hostility For Black Women.

Degree: MSin Psychology, Psychology, 2018, Missouri State University

This study is a replication and extension of Brosi, Welpe, Sporrle, and Heilman’s (2016) study that investigates the effects skin tone and emotional expression has on ratings of agency, communality, and interpersonal hostility. A picture of an African American female target was manipulated to depict three skin tones (light, brown, and dark) and expressed either pride or happiness. Data were collected from 399 participants via Amazon Mechanical Turk. Although explicit and implicit measures were used, the implicit measures were unreliable therefore, only the explicit measures were analyzed. Results revealed the brown target rated as more agentic and interpersonally hostile when she expressed pride than the light and dark targets. Implications and directions for future research are discussed. Advisors/Committee Members: Michelle Visio.

Subjects/Keywords: skin tone; perceptions; stereotypes; pride; emotions; MTurk; Industrial and Organizational Psychology

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APA (6th Edition):

Aikens, J. (2018). Expressing Pride: The Effects Skin Tone Has On Perceptions Of Agency, Communality, And Interpersonal Hostility For Black Women. (Masters Thesis). Missouri State University. Retrieved from https://bearworks.missouristate.edu/theses/3250

Chicago Manual of Style (16th Edition):

Aikens, Jessica. “Expressing Pride: The Effects Skin Tone Has On Perceptions Of Agency, Communality, And Interpersonal Hostility For Black Women.” 2018. Masters Thesis, Missouri State University. Accessed August 08, 2020. https://bearworks.missouristate.edu/theses/3250.

MLA Handbook (7th Edition):

Aikens, Jessica. “Expressing Pride: The Effects Skin Tone Has On Perceptions Of Agency, Communality, And Interpersonal Hostility For Black Women.” 2018. Web. 08 Aug 2020.

Vancouver:

Aikens J. Expressing Pride: The Effects Skin Tone Has On Perceptions Of Agency, Communality, And Interpersonal Hostility For Black Women. [Internet] [Masters thesis]. Missouri State University; 2018. [cited 2020 Aug 08]. Available from: https://bearworks.missouristate.edu/theses/3250.

Council of Science Editors:

Aikens J. Expressing Pride: The Effects Skin Tone Has On Perceptions Of Agency, Communality, And Interpersonal Hostility For Black Women. [Masters Thesis]. Missouri State University; 2018. Available from: https://bearworks.missouristate.edu/theses/3250

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