RESEARCH INTERESTS

My lab examines how individuals come to think of themselves and the consequences of this self-knowledge. In previous work, we have examined how social comparison influences self-regulation and the affect that results from self-regulation. More recently, we have examined how individuals experience changes in  their self-concepts as a result of close relationships.  Our research employs several experimental social psychological techniques to address these topics.
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  • SELF AND IDENTITY
  • EMBODIED COGNITION
  • CLOSE RELATIONSHIPS

KEVIN P. McINTYRE
Assistant Professor
Department of Psychology
  
Ph.D., Saint Louis University, 2007
Office: Cowles Life Science 415
Email: kevin.mcintyre@trinity.edu

COURSES TAUGHT

PSYC-1300 Principles of Psychology
PSYC-2401 Statistics and Methods I
PSYC-2402 Statistics and Methods II
PSYC-2341 Social Psychology
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