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Mary Losch
Mary Losch
Professor of Psychology & Director of Center for Social & Behavioral Research, University of
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Electromyographic activity over facial muscle regions can differentiate the valence and intensity of affective reactions.
JT Cacioppo, RE Petty, ME Losch, HS Kim
Journal of personality and social psychology 50 (2), 260, 1986
12921986
The Iowa Infant Feeding Attitude Scale: Analysis of Reliability and Validity1
A Mora, DW Russell, CI Dungy, M Losch, L Dusdieker
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 29 (11), 2362-2380, 1999
5711999
Auditory hallucinations of hearing voices in 375 normal subjects
TB Posey, ME Losch
Imagination, cognition and personality 3 (2), 99-113, 1983
3811983
Impact of attitudes on maternal decisions regarding infant feeding
M Losch, CI Dungy, D Russell, LB Dusdieker
The Journal of pediatrics 126 (4), 507-514, 1995
2981995
Cognitive dissonance may enhance sympathetic tonus, but attitudes are changed to reduce negative affect rather than arousal
ME Losch, JT Cacioppo
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 26 (4), 289-304, 1990
2661990
Young women’s knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors related to long-acting reversible contraceptives
EL Spies, NM Askelson, E Gelman, M Losch
Women's health issues 20 (6), 394-399, 2010
1332010
Race/ethnicity and perinatal depressed mood
LS Segre, MW O'Hara, ME Losch
Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology 24 (02), 99-106, 2006
1332006
Effect of discharge samples on duration of breast-feeding
CI Dungy, J Christensen-Szalanski, M Losch, D Russell
Pediatrics 90 (2), 233-237, 1992
1141992
“Wow, that was funny” the value of exposure and humor in fostering campaign message sharing
S Campo, NM Askelson, EL Spies, C Boxer, KM Scharp, ME Losch
Social Marketing Quarterly 19 (2), 84-96, 2013
752013
Ambivalence, communication and past use: understanding what influences women's intentions to use contraceptives
S Campo, NM Askelson, EL Spies, M Losch
Psychology, health & medicine 17 (3), 356-365, 2012
562012
Attributions of responsibility for helping and doing harm: Evidence for confusion of responsibility.
JT Cacioppo, RE Petty, ME Losch
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 50 (1), 100, 1986
561986
Maternal attitudes as predictors of infant feeding decisions.
CI Dungy, M Losch, D Russell
Journal of the Association for Academic Minority Physicians: the Official …, 1994
441994
Preventing unintended pregnancies and improving contraceptive use among young adult women in a rural, Midwestern state: Health promotion implications
S Campo, NM Askelson, EL Spies, M Losch
Women & health 50 (3), 279-296, 2010
422010
Defining new categories of pregnancy intention in African-American women
A Schwartz, N Peacock, K McRae, R Seymour, M Gilliam
Women's health issues 20 (6), 371-379, 2010
412010
Hospital infant formula discharge packages: do they affect the duration of breast-feeding?
CI Dungy, ME Losch, D Russell, P Romitti, LB Dusdieker
Archives of pediatrics & adolescent medicine 151 (7), 724-729, 1997
401997
Properties of affect and affect-laden information processing as viewed through the facial response system
JT Cacioppo, ME Losch, LG Tassinary, RE Petty
The role of affect in consumer behavior, 87-118, 1986
371986
The green acres effect: the need for a new colorectal cancer screening campaign tailored to rural audiences
S Campo, NM Askelson, T Routsong, LJ Graaf, M Losch, H Smith
Health Education & Behavior 35 (6), 749-762, 2008
332008
Prenatal office practices regarding infant feeding choices
LB Dusdieker, CI Dungy, ME Losch
Clinical pediatrics 45 (9), 841-845, 2006
332006
Psychophysiological approaches to attitudes: Detecting affective dispositions when people won't say, can't say, or don't even know.
JT Cacioppo, RE Petty, ME Losch, SL Crites
Allyn & Bacon, 1994
301994
“Baby? Baby not?”: Exploring women’s narratives about ambivalence towards an unintended pregnancy
NM Askelson, ME Losch, LJ Thomas, JC Reynolds
Women & Health 55 (7), 842-858, 2015
262015
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