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Nicholas DiFonzo
Professor

2017 Submissions

Published Conference Proceedings

DiFonzo, Nicholas. "Framing Unplanned Pregnancy Decision Making within the Theory of Planned Behavior." Proceedings of the University Faculty for Life Annual Conference. Ed. Joseph W. Koterski. Rochester, NY: University Faculty for Life, 2017. Print. ∆

2014 Submissions

Journal Paper

DiFonzo, N., et al. "Rumor as Revenge in the Workplace." Group & Organization Management 39. (2014): 363-388. Print. «

DiFonzo, N., et al. "Network Structure Moderates Intergroup Differentiation of Stereotyped Rumors." Social Cognition 32. 5 (2014): 409-448. Print. «

DiFonzo, Nicholas, et al. "Network Structure Moderates Intergroup Differentiation of Stereotyped Rumors." Social Cognition 32. 5 (2014): 409-448. Print. «

2013 Submissions

Journal Paper

DiFonzo, Nicholas. "The GBN-Dialogue Model of Outgroup-Negative Rumor Transmission: Group Membership, Belief, and Novelty." Nonlinear Dynamics, Psychology, and Life Sciences 17. 2 (2013): 269-293. Print. *

DiFonzo, Nicholas, et al. "Rumor Clustering, Consensus, and Polarization: Dynamic Social Impact and Self-organization of Hearsay." Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 49. 3 (2013): 378-399. Print. *

DiFonzo, Nicholas. "Rumour Research Can Douse Digital Wildfires." Nature. (2013) Web. *

Book Chapter

DiFonzo, Nicholas and Prashant Bordia. "Rumors During Organizational Change: A Motivational Analysis." The Psychology of Organisational Change. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 2013. 232-252. Print. ˆ

2012 Submissions

Invited Keynote/Presentation

DiFonzo, N. "Predictors of Forgiveness Seeking." International Meeting of the Christian Association of Psychological Studies. Christian Association of Psychological Studies. Washington, DC. 30 Mar. 2012. Conference Presentation. *

2011 Submissions

Journal Paper

Fine, G. A. and N. DiFonzo. "Uncertain Knowledge." Contexts 10. 3 (2011): 16-21. Print. *

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Difonzo, N. "Rumor Accuracy: Finding Facts or Fashioning Fallacies?" University of Baltimore Psi Chi Meeting. University of Baltimore Psi Chi Chapter. University of Baltimore, Baltimore, MD. 12 Oct. 2011. Lecture. ∆

2010 Submissions

Published Article

Stupak, Noah, Nicholas DiFonzo, Andrew J. Younge, and Christopher Homan. “SOCIALSENSE: Graphical User Interface Design Considerations for Social Network Experiment Software.” Computers in Human Behavior, 26.3 (2010): 365-370. Print. † ≠ *

DiFonzo, Nicholas. “Ferretting Facts or Fashioning Fallacies? Factors in Rumor Accuracy.” Social and Personality Compass, 4.11 (2010): 1124-1137. Print. ≠ *