Mark Rivardo Ph.D.
Ph.D., Bowling Green State University
M.A., Bowling Green State University
B.S., Saint Vincent College
Capstone: Research Thesis I
Capstone: Research Thesis II
Research Methods in Psychological Science
Seminar: Cognitive Psychology
Seminar: Collaborative Research on a Special Topic
Seminar: Myth-Busting in Psychological Science
- Gojkovich, K.L., Reitz, N.L., Monstrola, V.N., Campbell, M.M., & Rivardo, M.G. (in press). Effects of dress and speech style on credibility of co-witness and misinformation acceptance. North American Journal of Psychology.
- Radicic, J.S., & Rivardo, M.G. (in press). The relationships between meaning in life, spirituality, and depression. North American Journal of Psychology.
- LaBuda, J. E., Rivardo, M. G., Fidazzo, A. M., & Smith, M. C. (2015). Individual differences in everyday helping situations: Attractiveness, Cost, and Gender. North American Journal of Psychology, 17, 591-606.
- Rivardo, M. G., Rutledge, A. T., Chelecki, C., Stayer, B. E., Quarles, M., & Kline, A. (2013). Collaborative recall of eyewitness event increases misinformation effect at 1 week. North American Journal of Psychology, 15, 495-512.
- Rivardo, M. G., Brown, K.A. Rodgers, A. D., Maurer, S. V., Camaione, T. C., Minjock, R. M. & Gowen, G. M. (2011). Integrating inattentional blindness and eyewitness memory, North American Journal of Psychology, 13, 519-538.
- Rivardo, M. G., Rhodes, M. E., Camaione, T. C., & Legg, J. M. (2011). Stereotype threat leads to reduction in number of math problems women attempt. North American Journal of Psychology,13, 5-16.
- Karns, T. E., & Rivardo, M. G. (2010). Noticing of an unexpected event is affected by attentional set for expected action. North American Journal of Psychology, 12, 637-649.
- Rivardo, M. G., & Keelan, C. M. (2010). Body modifications, sexual activity, and religious practices. Psychological Reports, 106, 467-474.
- Blandino, D. M. & Rivardo, M. G., & Zbur, S. L. (2010). Spanish language training for law enforcement officers: study aid use, motivation, and need to use predict vocabulary retention. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, 25, 43-48. doi: 10.1007/s11