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Representative Publications

 Note: The articles and book chapters are copyrighted materials that are provided here for academic and personal use. Mass           production or commercial use is prohibited. 



  • Sintov, N., Seyranian, V., & Lyet, A. (2020). Fostering adoption of conservation technologies: A case study with wildlife law enforcement rangers. Oryx, 53, 479-483. doi: 10.1017/S0030605317001533.


  • Seyranian, V., Madva, A., Abramzon, N., Duong, N., Tibbetts, Y., & Harackiewicz, J. (2018).  The longitudinal effects of STEM identity and gender on flourishing and achievement in college physics. International Journal of STEM Education, 5, 1-14, doi:10.1186/s40594-018-0137-0.

  • Sintov, ​N., Seyranian, V., & Tambe, M. (2018). Adoption of conservation technologies. In W. Moreto (Ed.), Wildlife Crime: From Theory to Practice. Temple University Press. 


  • Kim, A., Sinatra, G., & Seyranian, V. (2018).  Developing a STEM identity among young women: A social identity perspective. Review of Educational Research, 88, 589-625.         



  • Sinatra, G., & Seyranian, V. (2015). Warm change about hot topics: The role of motivation and emotion in attitude change and conceptual change.  In L. Corno & E. Anderman (Eds.), APA Handbook for Educational Psychology (3rd Edition) (pp. 245-256).  New York, NY: Taylor and Francis.




  • Seyranian, V. (2013).  Social Identity Framing:  A strategy of social influence for social change. In R.E. Riggio & S. J. Tan (Eds.), Leader interpersonal and influence skills: The soft skills of leadership (pp. 207-242). New York, NY: Taylor and Francis.


  • Seyranian, V. (2012). Constructing extremism: Uncertainty provocation and reduction by extremist leaders.  In M.A. Hogg & D. Blaylock (Eds.), The Psychology of Uncertainty and Extremism (pp. 228-245).  Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell. 







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