Teresa Elizabeth Hack, Ph.D.
- Ph.D., (2008) Purdue University
- M.S., (2005) Purdue University
- B.A., (2002) Indiana University-Kokomo
- Undergraduate: General Psychology, Introduction to Social Psychology, Advanced Social Psychology, Research Methods
- Graduate: Social Psychology
My broad research interests include intergroup relations. More specifically, I use a social cognitive approach to examine processes involved in stereotyping and prejudice, as well as to investigate how perceptions of social group members affect social behavior.
- Hack, T. E., & Monteith, M. J. (2008, May). “Just Kidding!”: The consequences of friendly intergroup teases. Paper presented at the annual Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.
- Hack, T. E., & Carlston, D. E. (2008, February). The effects of smiling on perceived warmth and competence. Presented at the annual meeting for the Society of Personality and Social Psychology, Albuquerque, NM.
- Carlston, D. E., & Hack, T. E., (2007). Person Memory. International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, 2nd Edition. New York: MacMillan.
- Hack, T. E., & Goodwin, S. A. (2007, May). Role of group membership in evaluations of warmth and competence. Paper presented at the annual Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.
- Hack, T. E., & Carlston, D. E. (2007, April). Which books get judged by their covers? The effects of facial expression and trait dimension on ratings of photographed faces. Paper presented at the bi-annual conference of Social Psychologists of Indiana (SPI), West Lafayette, IN.
At ASU since 2008.