Nicholas DiFonzo
Nicholas DiFonzo
Professor of Psychology, Rochester
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Uncertainty during organizational change: Is it all about control?
P Bordia, E Hunt, N Paulsen, D Tourish, N DiFonzo
European journal of work and organizational psychology 13 (3), 345-365, 2004
Rumor psychology: Social and organizational approaches.
N DiFonzo, P Bordia
American Psychological Association, 2007
A tale of two corporations: Managing uncertainty during organizational change
N DiFonzo, P Bordia
Human Resource Management: Published in Cooperation with the School of …, 1998
Rumor, gossip and urban legends
N DiFonzo, P Bordia
Diogenes 54 (1), 19-35, 2007
Reining in rumors
N DiFonzo, P Bordia, RL Rosnow
Organizational Dynamics 23 (1), 47-62, 1994
Problem solving in social interactions on the Internet: Rumor as social cognition
P Bordia, N DiFonzo
Social Psychology Quarterly 67 (1), 33-49, 2004
Management are aliens! Rumors and stress during organizational change
P Bordia, E Jones, C Gallois, VJ Callan, N DiFonzo
Group & Organization Management 31 (5), 601-621, 2006
How top PR professionals handle hearsay: Corporate rumors, their effects, and strategies to manage them
N DiFonzo, P Bordia
Public Relations Review 26 (2), 173-190, 2000
Rumor and prediction: Making sense (but losing dollars) in the stock market
N DiFonzo, P Bordia
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 71 (3), 329-353, 1997
Corporate rumor activity, belief and accuracy
N DiFonzo, P Bordia
Public Relations Review 28 (1), 1-19, 2002
Microworlds for experimental research: Having your (control and collection) cake, and realism too
N Difonzo, DA Hantula, P Bordia
Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, & Computers 30 (2), 278-286, 1998
Rumors Denials as Persuasive Messages: Effects of Personal Relevance, Source, and Message Characteristics1
P Bordia, N DiFonzo, R Haines, E Chaseling
Journal of applied social psychology 35 (6), 1301-1331, 2005
Psychological motivations in rumor spread
P Bordia, N DiFonzo
Rumor mills, 87-102, 2017
The watercooler effect: A psychologist explores the extraordinary power of rumors
N DiFonzo
Penguin, 2008
When social psychology became less social: Prasad and the history of rumor research
P Bordia, N DiFonzo
Asian Journal of Social Psychology 5 (1), 49-61, 2002
Rumors about cancer: Content, sources, coping, transmission, and belief
N DiFonzo, NM Robinson, JM Suls, C Rini
Journal of health communication 17 (9), 1099-1115, 2012
Rumor as group problem solving: Development patterns in informal computer-mediated groups
P Bordia, N DiFonzo, A Chang
Small Group Research 30 (1), 8-28, 1999
Validity judgments of rumors heard multiple times: The shape of the truth effect
N DiFonzo, JW Beckstead, N Stupak, K Walders
Social Influence 11 (1), 22-39, 2016
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N DiFonzo, P Bordia
Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology 130 (2), 556, 1998
Kindergarten screening: A survey of current practice
V Costenbader, AM Rohrer, N Difonzo
Psychology in the Schools 37 (4), 323-332, 2000
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