D. Ridge, PhD, is an Associate Professor, Associate Chair, and Graduate
Coordinator in the Department of Psychology at Brigham Young University.
his PhD in psychology from the University of Minnesota with an emphasis
psychology and a supporting program in statistics and research methodology.
teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in basic and applied social
research methodology, and ethics. His research focuses on interpersonal
that contribute to sexual harassment, social psychological approaches
mitigation and preparedness for natural hazards, and the psychology
R. D., & Reber, J. S. (2002). I think she's attracted to me: The
effect of men's
beliefs on women's behavior in a job interview scenario. Basic and
Psychology, 24, 1-14.
R. D. (2000, Summer). Focus groups: An emerging trend in jury consultant
Utah Trial Journal, 15-17.
R. D. (2000). Targeting egoistic motivations: A functional strategy
volunteers. Contemporary Social Psychology, 19, 12-23.
E. G., Snyder, M., Ridge, R. D., Copeland, J., Stukas, A. A., Haugen,
J. A., &
Miene, P. K. (1998). Understanding and assessing the motivations of
functional approach. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology,
E. G., Snyder, M., Ridge, R. D., Miene, P. K., & Haugen, J. A. (1994).
messages to motives in persuasion: A functional approach to promoting
Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 24, 1129-1149.
E. G., Snyder, M., & Ridge, R. (1992). Volunteers' motivations:
strategy for the recruitment, placement, and retention of volunteers.
Management & Leadership, 2, 333-350.
T., Pincus, H. A., Ridge, R., James, J.F., Gregory, D., & Ennis,
J. (1988). Models
of state funding for mental health research. Hospital and Community
R., Pincus, H. A., Blalock, R., & Fine, T. (1988). Factors that
funding for mental health research. Hospital and Community Psychiatry,
Submitted for Publication:
J. S., & Ridge, R. D. (2002). Perceiving sexual harassment: The
covariation information, relationship variables, and methodological
strategy on women's
reports. Manuscript submitted for publication.
R. D. (2002). Behavioral confirmation as an origin of sexual harassment.
Manuscript submitted for publication.