Zachary Hohman
Zachary Hohman
Associate Professor of Psychology, Texas Tech University
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Why do people join groups? Three motivational accounts from social psychology
MA Hogg, ZP Hohman, JE Rivera
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 2 (3), 1269-1280, 2008
Identity and intergroup leadership: Asymmetrical political and national identification in response to uncertainty
ZP Hohman, MA Hogg, MC Bligh
Self and Identity 9 (2), 113-128, 2010
Fear and uncertainty in the face of death: The role of life after death in group identification
ZP Hohman, MA Hogg
European Journal of Social Psychology 41 (6), 751-760, 2011
Attitude ambivalence, friend norms, and adolescent drug use
ZP Hohman, WD Crano, JT Siegel, EM Alvaro
Prevention science 15 (1), 65-74, 2014
Groups can jeopardize your health: Identifying with unhealthy groups to reduce self-uncertainty
MA Hogg, JT Siegel, ZP Hohman
Self and Identity 10 (3), 326-335, 2011
Who am I if I am not like my group? Self-uncertainty and feeling peripheral in a group
ZP Hohman, AM Gaffney, MA Hogg
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 72, 125-132, 2017
Fearing the uncertain: Self-uncertainty plays a role in mortality salience
ZP Hohman, MA Hogg
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 57, 31-42, 2015
Vested interest and environmental risk communication: Improving willingness to cope with impending disasters
S De Dominicis, WD Crano, U Ganucci Cancellieri, B Mosco, M Bonnes, ...
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 44 (5), 364-374, 2014
Adolescents’ attitudes toward antimarijuana ads, usage intentions, and actual marijuana usage.
EM Alvaro, WD Crano, JT Siegel, Z Hohman, I Johnson, B Nakawaki
Psychology of Addictive Behaviors 27 (4), 1027, 2013
Factors mediating the association of the recency of parent’s marijuana use and their adolescent children’s subsequent initiation.
SM Miller, JT Siegel, Z Hohman, WD Crano
Psychology of Addictive Behaviors 27 (3), 848, 2013
Attitude ambivalence, social norms, and behavioral intentions: Developing effective antitobacco persuasive communications.
ZP Hohman, WD Crano, EM Niedbala
Psychology of Addictive Behaviors 30 (2), 209, 2016
Increasing social support for depressed individuals: A cross-cultural assessment of an affect-expectancy approach
JT Siegel, EM Alvaro, WD Crano, BA Lienemann, ZP Hohman, E O'Brien
Journal of Health Communication 17 (6), 713-732, 2012
“Can you spare an organ?”: exploring Hispanic Americans' willingness to discuss living organ donation with loved ones
JT Siegel, EM Alvaro, ZP Hohman, D Maurer
Health communication 26 (8), 754-764, 2011
Mortality salience, self‐esteem, and defense of the group: mediating role of in‐group identification
ZP Hohman, MA Hogg
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 45 (2), 80-89, 2015
A dawning recognition of factors for increasing donor registration
JT Siegel, EM Alvaro, ZP Hohman
Understanding organ donation: Applied behavioral science perspectives, 313-330, 2010
The state of American protest: Shared anger and populism
AM Gaffney, JD Hackett, DE Rast III, ZP Hohman, A Jaurique
Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy 18 (1), 11-33, 2018
Entitativity and social identity complexity: The relationship between group characteristics and personal characteristics on group identification
ZP Hohman, E Dahl, S Grubbs
Self and Identity 15 (6), 638-649, 2016
Differentiating common predictors and outcomes of marijuana initiation: A retrospective longitudinal analysis
JT Siegel, WD Crano, EM Alvaro, A Lac, JD Hackett, ZP Hohman
Substance use & misuse 49 (1-2), 30-40, 2014
Gambling and the reasoned action model: Predicting past behavior, intentions, and future behavior
E Dahl, MJ Tagler, ZP Hohman
Journal of gambling studies 34 (1), 101-118, 2018
The transformative and informative nature of elections: Representation, schism, and exit
AM Gaffney, B Sherburne, JD Hackett, DE Rast III, ZP Hohman
British Journal of Social Psychology 58 (1), 88-104, 2019
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