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Scholarly Works

Nicholas DiFonzo

2014 Submissions

Journal Paper

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

2011 Submissions

Journal Paper

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

Invited Presentations/Keynotes

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. ∆

2012 Submissions

Invited Presentations/Keynotes

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. *

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. ≠ *