Below is a list of scholarship presented in the Social-Psychology track. The proceedings are held at the Iowa State University Special Collections and are retrievable here. All rights reserved to ITAA.
2008 Social Psychology
Allyn, L., & Kim, E., (2008). Self-concept of Early Adolescent Females related to Age-ambiguous and Sexualized Clothing Styles
Dixon, D. & Belleau, B., (2008). Exploring the Influence of External and Internal Values on Dress and Appearance of African American College Students
Draa, V., (2008). Do School Uniforms Make a Difference?
Eynon, H., Anderson, J. & Kim, H., (2008). Gender Neutral Perceptions of Social Cues in the Store Environment
Freeburg, B. & Workman, J., (2008). Teacher Dress Codes and the Semantic Environment of the School
Ha, Y. & Lennon, S., (2008). Effects of Website Atmospheric Stimuli on Pleasure and Perceived Risk: Role of Atmospheric Responsiveness
Halepete, J. & Chattaraman, V., (2008). Apparel Preferences and Perceptions of International Apparel Brands among Indian Women in IT: An Exploratory Study
Kandiah, J., Saiki, D. & Jones, J., (2008). Development of an Instrument to Assess the Effect of Stress on Dressing and Eating Behaviors of Females
Kim, J. & Johnson K., (2008). Wardrobe analysis: What I love and What I wear
Linga, S. & Burns, L., (2008). Influence of Perceived Social Support on Body Image Appraisal among Young Women
McLeod, H. & Deeds, J., (2008). How Does Age Effect College Students’ Perceptions of Appropriate Dress?
Robertson, L., Apple, L., Moore, C. & Fitch-Hilgenberg, M., (2008). The Relationship of Body Image, Body Shape and Body Mass Index (BMI) for Young Adult Females
Workman, J., (2008). Gender, Fashion Consumer Group, and Need for Touch
Yamanaka, H., (2008). Self-actualization Activities through Dressing Behavior