Thomas J. Crawford

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in Psychology and Social Behavior
School of Social Ecology
Ph.D., Harvard University
Phone: (949) 824-5574
University of California, Irvine
4201 Social and Behavioral Sciences Gateway
School of Social Ecology
Mail Code: 7085
Irvine, CA 92697
Research Interests
attitude theory and social problems research
Research Abstract
Social psychologist interested in applying attitude theories and motivated cognition theories to the study of social issues and problems including health related behavior and prejudice.
Greenberger, E., Goldberg, W.A., Crawford, T. J., and Granger, J. (1988). Beliefs about the consequences of maternal employment for children. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 12, 35-59.

Crawford, T. J. and Boyer, R. (1985). Salient consequences, cultural values and childbearing intentions. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 15, 16-30.

Crawford, T. J. and Boyer, R. (1984). Parity and the expected consequences of childbearing. Population and Environment, 7, 234-245.

Crawford, P. J., and Crawford, T. J. (1983). Police attitudes toward the judicial system. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 11, 290-295.

Crawford, T. J. (1974). Sermons on racial tolerance and the parish neighborhood context. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 4, 1-23.

Crawford, T. J. (1973). Police overprotection of ghetto hostility. Journal of Police Science and Administration, 1, 168-174. (Reprinted in R. L. Henshel and R. A. Silverman [Eds.] Perception in Criminology. New York: Columbia University Press, 1975.)

Crawford, T. J. (1973). The effects of source characteristics upon the perception of ambiguous messages. Journal of Personality, 41, 151-162.

Crawford, T. J., and Naditch, M. (1970). Relative deprivation, powerlessness, and militancy: The psychology of social protest. Psychiatry, 33, 208-233.
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