DENISE DRICOLL

 

About

 

      Dr. Denise Driscoll joined the faculty of The Krannert School of Management at Purdue University in 2014. She is interested in (1) The types of managerial communication practices that create, and sustain, highly-effective diverse teams and (2) The types of educational and training methods that increase the global dexterity of managers. Dr. Driscoll teaches several courses to MBA students, including Managerial Communication Skills, Intercultural Communication and Management, and Managerial Business Writing. Dr. Driscoll is also an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychology at Purdue University, as well as founder of Diversity Competency LLC... 
 

 
 

Primary Interests

Publications

Applied Social Psychology

Attitudes and Beliefs

Communication, Language

Culture and Ethnicity

Gender Psychology

Intergroup Relations

Nonverbal Behavior

Person Perception

Persuasion, Social Influence

Prejudice and Stereotyping

Research Methods, Assessment

Social Cognition

  • Craig, T. Y., Kelly, J. R., & Driscoll, D. M. (2001). Participant perceptions of potential employers who vary in the likelihood to sexually harass. Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 44, 389-400.
  • Driscoll, D. M., & Gingrich, B. E. (1997). Effect of single-trait, social stereotype, and multi-trait expectancies on person impressions. Journal of Social Behavior and Personality, 12, 397-416.
  • Driscoll, D. M., Kelly, J. R., & Henderson, W. L. (1998). Can perceivers identify likelihood to sexually harass? Sex Roles, 38, 557-588.
  • Fazio, R. H., Blascovich, J., & Driscoll, D. M. (1992). On the functional value of attitudes: The influence of accessible...