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I have two research focuses: law/psychology and social/personality psychology. I conduct law/psychology research into legal decision making and how jurors/judges reach judgments. I also conduct social/personality psychology research into factors influencing the perceptions of intergroup/interpersonal conflict. In each arena my thematic focus is on “Person x Situation” interactions and how the basic aspects of the ''person'' (e.g., affect, behavior, cognition, etc.) interact with the different aspects of ''situations'' to influence human nature.
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I have two research focuses: law/psychology and social/personality psychology. I conduct social/personality psychology research into factors influencing the perceptions of intergroup/interpersonal conflict, and in conjunction with my J.D. degree I conduct law/psychology research into legal decision making and how jurors/judges reach judgments. In each arena my thematic focus is on “Person x Situation” interactions and how the basic aspects of the ''person'' (e.g., affect, behavior, cognition, etc.) interact with the different aspects of ''situations'' to influence human nature.
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Research Methods; Inferential Statistics; Social Psychology; Psychology of Emotions; Physiology and Psychology of Violence and Aggression<br>
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Positive Psychology; Research Methods; Inferential Statistics; Psychology of Emotions and Motivation; Social Psychology<br>
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I am also interested in developing tools to help researchers conduct research and help everyone better understand the field of psychology. [[PsychWiki_-_A_Collaborative_Psychology_Wiki_:About| PsychWiki]] was developed initially as a companion project to the [[USC | Professional Development meetings]] I started at the USC Psychology Department. No single person can master all the different aspects of professional life so PsychWiki is a way to share our unique experiences and skills for the collective benefit of everyone in the field. Hopefully, PsychWiki will be of benefit to our field as a way to create active collaboration and pool our collective resources.
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I am also interested in developing tools to help people better understand and use psychology. [[PsychWiki_-_A_Collaborative_Psychology_Wiki_:About| PsychWiki]] was developed initially as a companion project to the [[USC | Professional Development meetings]] I started at the USC Psychology Department. No single person can master all the different aspects of professional life so PsychWiki is a way to share our unique experiences and skills for the collective benefit of everyone in the field. Hopefully, PsychWiki will be of benefit to our field as a way to create active collaboration and pool our collective resources.  
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Based upon the Person x Situation concept, I developed an organizing framework that articulates the components of individual differences and situational constraints upon affect, behavior, and cognition in order to integrate psychological research. Excerpts from a manuscript about the framework can be found [[Organizing Framework | here]], and we have used the framework as an organizing tool for the pages on the [[Psychology Concepts | Psychology Concepts section]]. The framework is useful to researchers as a way to generate research ideas and unify research projects, and I am planning on using the framework as an organizing structure for a psychology textbook.
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Based upon the Person x Situation concept, I developed an organizing framework that articulates the components of individual differences and situational constraints upon affect, behavior, and cognition in order to integrate psychological research. Excerpts from a manuscript about the framework can be found [[Organizing Framework | here]]. The framework is useful to researchers as a way to generate research ideas and unify research projects, and I am planning on using the framework as an organizing structure for a psychology textbook.
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[http://www.psychwiki.com/wiki/Main_Page PsychWiki.com] <br>
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[http://concreteexamples.com/wiki/index.php/Main_Page ConcreteExamples.com]<br>
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[http://whatswrongwiththisstudy.com/ "What's wrong with this study?"]<br>
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Doug Stenstrom, JD, PhD<br>
Doug Stenstrom, JD, PhD<br>
[http://www.calstatela.edu/ California State University, Los Angeles] <br>
[http://www.calstatela.edu/ California State University, Los Angeles] <br>
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Los Angeles, California, 90032 <br>
Los Angeles, California, 90032 <br>
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Latest revision as of 21:41, 6 May 2017

Research:

I have two research focuses: law/psychology and social/personality psychology. I conduct social/personality psychology research into factors influencing the perceptions of intergroup/interpersonal conflict, and in conjunction with my J.D. degree I conduct law/psychology research into legal decision making and how jurors/judges reach judgments. In each arena my thematic focus is on “Person x Situation” interactions and how the basic aspects of the person (e.g., affect, behavior, cognition, etc.) interact with the different aspects of situations to influence human nature.

Teaching:

Positive Psychology; Research Methods; Inferential Statistics; Psychology of Emotions and Motivation; Social Psychology

Tools:

I am also interested in developing tools to help people better understand and use psychology. PsychWiki was developed initially as a companion project to the Professional Development meetings I started at the USC Psychology Department. No single person can master all the different aspects of professional life so PsychWiki is a way to share our unique experiences and skills for the collective benefit of everyone in the field. Hopefully, PsychWiki will be of benefit to our field as a way to create active collaboration and pool our collective resources.

Based upon the Person x Situation concept, I developed an organizing framework that articulates the components of individual differences and situational constraints upon affect, behavior, and cognition in order to integrate psychological research. Excerpts from a manuscript about the framework can be found here. The framework is useful to researchers as a way to generate research ideas and unify research projects, and I am planning on using the framework as an organizing structure for a psychology textbook.

Contact Info

Doug Stenstrom, JD, PhD
California State University, Los Angeles
Department of Psychology
Associate Professor
5151 State University Drive
Los Angeles, California, 90032
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