Publications

Paul Harris, PhD

 

A sample of Harris's scholarship is given below. For a full list, see the CV.

 

Selected Papers and Chapters

Harris, P. B. (2010). Still learning to dance together: Four decades of the applicability gap between science and practice. Research Design Connections (RDC), 3. Retrieved from http://www.researchdesignconnections.com

Harris, P. B., & Houston, J. M. (2010). A reliability analysis of the Revised Competitiveness Index. Psychological Reports, 106, 870-874.

Harris, P. B., & Houston, J. M. (2010). Recklessness in context: Individual and situational correlates to aggressive driving. Environment and Behavior, 42, 44-60.

Gilmore, A. K., & Harris, P. B. (2008). Socioeconomic stereotypes among undergraduate college students. Psychological Reports, 103, 882-892.

Harris, P. B., & Queen, J. S. (2007). Link to the future: Web page design in a psychology careers course. Teaching of Psychology, 34, 129-134.

Houston, J. M., Harris, P. B., Moore, R., Brummett, R. A., & Kametani, H. (2005). Competitiveness in three cultures: Comparing Chinese, Japanese and American undergraduates. Psychological Reports, 97, 205-212.

Harris, P. B., & Sachau, D. (2005). Is cleanliness next to godliness? The role of housekeeping in impression formation. Environment and Behavior, 37, 81-101.

 

Presentations

Houston, J. M., Harris P. B., Chan. R., Krishingner, A., & Howansky, K. (2012). Winning in the workplace: Competitiveness and occupational interests. American Psychological Association, Orlando, FL.

Harris, P. B., Collins, J., Howansky, K., & Scartozzi, M. (2012). Climate change: Attitudes, denial, control, and behavior. Southeastern Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA.

Harris, P. B., Gasparri, J., Harms, A., & Sachau, D. (2011). Is color preference a personality trait? Validating the Inventory of Color Preference (ICP). Environmental Design Research Association, Chicago, IL.

Harris, P. B., Houston, J. M., & Wilson, M. (2011). Electronic media and self-discrepancy: Updating status to “unaware.” Southeastern Psychological Association, Jacksonville, FL.

Houston, J. M., Harris, P. B., Cisneros, V., & Saffo, L. (2011). Competitiveness, gender, and Five Factor Theory. Southeastern Psychological Association, Jacksonville, FL.

Gasparri, J., & Harris, P. B., (2009). Relating “Big Five” traits and sensation seeking to color preferences. Southeastern Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA.

Harris, P. B., Houston, J. M., Gasparri, J., Skelton, A. D., Sachau, D. (2009). Color preferences for interior space: State or trait? American Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada.

Harris, P. B., Houston, J. M., Skelton, A. D., Sachau, D. (2009). Both sides of the road: Developing a measure of positive and negative driving practices. Environmental Design Research Association, Kansas City, MO.

Earle, S. A., & Harris, P. B. (2007). Developing the Inventory of Color Preference (ICP). American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA.

Gilmore, A. K., & Harris, P. B., (2007). Stereotypes based on socioeconomic status on a college campus. Southeastern Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA.

Houston, J. M., Harris, P. B., Vale, A., & Stephenson, B. (2007). Salient features of New Urbanist environments. Southeastern Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA.

Harris, P. B., Houston, J. M., & Gilmore, A. K., & Granato, H. F. (2006). Pro-Social Driving Behavior Scale: Empirically deriving an item pool. Southeastern Psychological Association, Atlanta, GA.

Houston, J. M., Harris, P. B., Vale, A., Pettman, J., & Stephenson, B. (2006). Neighborhood place attachment in new urbanist and traditional suburban environments. Southeastern Psychological Association, Atlanta, GA.

 

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Paul Harris
Professor of Psychology

Bush 318
E-mail: pharris@rollins.edu
T. 407.628.6316

 

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