Kenneth DeBono

Kenneth DeBono

Job Title
Gilbert R. Livingston Professor of the Behavioral Sciences
Bailey Hall 311A
Department/Program: Psychology

Areas of interest

Psychology of persuasion, psychology of religion, and motivations underlying religious beliefs.

Courses:

Professor DeBono teaches courses in Introductory Psychology, Social Psychology, Statistics, and seminars in Psychology of Religion.

Publications:

*DeBono, K.G., & Kuschpel, A. (2014). Gender differences in religiosity: The role of self-monitoring. North American Journal of Psychology. 16. 415-426.

*Smidt, K., & DeBono, K. G. (2011). On the effects of product name on product evaluation: An individual difference perspective. Social Influence, 6, 131-141.

*Pagano, V., & DeBono, K. G. (2011). The effects of mood on moral judgment: The role of self-monitoring. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 41, 2928-2942.

Presentations:

*Miller, J. E., & DeBono, K. G. (2016). The connection between self-monitoring and theory of mind. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, New York, NY.

*DeBono, K. G., & Kozain, K. (2015). Message framing and ad evaluation: The role of self-monitoring. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Philadelphia, PA.

*DeBono, K. G., Nyman, C. R., & Howard, R. M. (March, 2013). Reading the mind in the eyes: The role of self-monitoring. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, New York, NY.

*Howard, R. M., & DeBono, K. G. (March, 2013). Self-monitoring and mental rotation ability: Implications for theory of mind. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, New York, NY.

Academic Credentials

B.A., Grinnell College; Ph.D., University of Minnesota