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John Terrence Cacioppo (12 June 1951 5 March 2018) was the Tiffany and Margaret Blake Distinguished Service Professor at the University of Chicago He founded the University of Chicago Center for Cognitive and Social Neuroscience and the Director of the Arete Initiative of the Office of the Vice President for Research and National Laboratories at the University of Chicago

Loneliness Matters A Theoretical and Empirical Review of

This research was supported by Grant R01 AG036433 01 and R01 AG034052 from the National Institute on Aging and by the John Templeton Foundation Contributor Information Louise C Hawkley Center for Cognitive and Social Neuroscience University of Chicago Chicago IL USA

Social isolation PubMed Central (PMC)

Cacioppo JT Hawkley LC Thisted RA Perceived social isolation makes me sad 5 year cross lagged analyses of loneliness and depressive symptomatology in the Chicago Health Aging and Social Relations Study Psychology and aging 2010; 25 453 463 PMC free article Google Scholar

Richard E Petty Google Scholar Citations

John T Cacioppo University of Chicago Verified email at uchicago edu Pablo Briñol Professor of Psychology Universidad Autónoma de Madrid Verified email at uam es Duane Wegener ASC Distinguished Professor of Psychology Ohio State University Verified email at osu edu

The role of affect in attitude formation A classical

This study investigates the role of affect in attitude formation Two experiments using established conditioning procedures assessed the impact of affect on attitude formation The results of Experiment 1 indicate that affect can influence attitudes even in the absence of product beliefs The results of Experiment 2 suggest that affect plays as important or more important a role than the

Social isolation loneliness in older people pose health risks

Apr 23 2019 · Dr Cacioppo's research found that being alone and loneliness are different but related Social isolation is the objective physical separation from other people (living alone) while loneliness is the subjective distressed feeling of being alone or separated

Loneliness Matters A Theoretical and Oxford Academic

Loneliness Matters for Physical Health and Mortality A growing body of longitudinal research indicates that loneliness predicts increased morbidity and mortality 12 19 The effects of loneliness seem to accrue over time to accelerate physiological aging

A Short Scale for Measuring Loneliness in Large Surveys

Cacioppo John T Gary G Berntson John G Sheridan and Martha K McClintock 2000 "Multi Level Integrative Analyses of Human Behavior Social Neuroscience and the Complementing Nature of Social and Biological Approaches" Psychological Bulletin 126 829 843 Google Scholar Crossref Medline

Articles — John Cacioppo

John Cacioppo Tiffany and Margaret Blake Distinguished Service Professor of Psychology and of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neuroscience and Director of the Center for Cognitive and Social Neuroscience University of Chicago

John Cacioppo 'Loneliness is like an iceberg it goes

Feb 28 2016 · P rofessor John Cacioppo has been studying the effects and causes of loneliness for 21 years He is the director of the University of Chicago's Center for Cognitive and Social Neuroscience

Meeting online leads to happier more enduring marriages

Joining him as authors in the study were Stephanie Cacioppo a research associate and assistant professor in psychology at the University of Chicago; Gian Gonzaga a researcher with Gestalt Research who is a former director of the eHarmony Labs; and statisticians Elizabeth Ogburn a research fellow in Harvard School of Public Health and Tyler

John T Cacioppo scientist of loneliness who expanded

Mar 18 2018 · Harrison Smith John T Cacioppo whose research into human bonds and connections expanded the horizons of psychology generating an entirely new discipline — social neuroscience — and key insights into loneliness died March 5 at his home in Chicago He was 66

Aging and Loneliness Downhill Quickly Louise C Hawkley

The effects of each of these pathways endow loneliness with the capacity to accelerate the rate of physiological decline with age Additional research across the lifespan is required to understand the nature of accrued loneliness effects on health behavior and physiology in the short and long term

The growing problem of loneliness The Lancet

Imagine a condition that makes a person irritable depressed and self centred and is associated with a 26% increase in the risk of premature mortality Imagine too that in industrialised countries around a third of people are affected by this condition with one person in 12 affected severely and that these proportions are increasing Income education sex and ethnicity are not protective

John T Cacioppo pioneer and founder of the field of social

"John Cacioppo conducted visionary research that made groundbreaking contributions to psychology and other fields in the social and biological sciences " said Susan Levine the Rebecca Anne Boylan Professor in Education and Society and chair of the Department of Psychology at the University of Chicago

Elaboration Likelihood Model Communication Oxford

Introduction The Elaboration Likelihood Model (ELM) developed by Richard E Petty and John T Cacioppo in the early 1980s is a twofold or dual process model that describes how people choose to manage either systematically or heuristically information they encounter

Central and Peripheral Routes to Advertising Effectiveness

" Richard E Petty is Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Missouri Columbia MO 65211 John T Cacioppo is Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Iowa Iowa City IA 52242 David Schumann is a graduate student in psychology at the University of Missouri

The Dangers of Loneliness Psychology Today

Jul 01 2003 · The Dangers of Loneliness Friendship is a lot like food We need it to survive Psychologists find that human beings have a fundamental need for inclusion in group life and for close relationships

Research — John Cacioppo

Featured article Brain Imaging and Cognitive Neuroscience Toward Strong Inference in Attributing Function to Structure (PDF) M Sarter G G Berntson and J T Cacioppo (1996) American Psychologist 51(1) 13 21 See more journal articles on this topic »

Social Isolation and Health with an Semantic Scholar

Social isolation is a potent but little understood risk factor for morbidity and mortality and its negative consequences are most profound among the elderly the poor and minorities some of the fastest growing segments of the U S population A steadily increasing number of people are living alone and are therefore more likely to experience social isolation We discuss four mechanisms

(PDF) The Elaboration Likelihood Model of Persuasion

John T Cacioppo Richard E Petty Sex differences in influenceability have emerged in the past when discrepant advocacies w ere accompanied by greater expertise in the subject matter by men or Women

John T Cacioppo Google Scholar Citations

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Loneliness is a major health risk for older adults

Feeling extreme loneliness can increase an older person's chances of premature death by 14 percent according to research by John Cacioppo professor of psychology at the University of Chicago

John Cacioppo Who Studied Effects of Loneliness Is Dead at

Mar 26 2018 · John and Stephanie Cacioppo partners in marriage and neuroscience at the University of Chicago in 2017 She was a brain researcher and an authority on the scientific basis of love He too was

The Neuroendocrinology of Social Isolation Annual Review of

Social isolation has been recognized as a major risk factor for morbidity and mortality in humans for more than a quarter of a century Although the focus of research has been on objective social roles and health behavior the brain is the key organ for forming monitoring maintaining repairing and replacing salutary connections with others Accordingly population based longitudinal

(PDF) Metrics of Scholarly Impact ResearchGate

Metrics of Scholarly Impact Article (PDF Available) in Measurement Interdisciplinary Research and Perspectives 10(3) 154 156 · July 2012 with 39 Reads How we measure 'reads'

The History of Loneliness The New Yorker

Much of the research in this field was led by John Cacioppo at the Center for Cognitive and Social Neuroscience at the University of Chicago Cacioppo who died in 2018 was known as Dr Loneliness

Remembering APS Past President John T Cacioppo (1951 2018

John T Cacioppo was an extraordinary scientist whose incredible mind and determination transformed several areas of psychological science When I first met him at age 22 when we were both starting graduate school in social psychology at The Ohio State University (OSU) I had no idea how lucky I was or how important John would become to me and to the field in general

The nature of loneliness The University of Chicago Magazine

The nature of loneliness Chicago psychologist John Cacioppo digs for the roots of social isolation and its effects on health and humanity By Lydialyle Gibson Illustrations by Polly Becker; photo by Dan Dry

John T Cacioppo 66 scholar of loneliness The Boston Globe

John T Cacioppo 66 scholar of loneliness WASHINGTON — John T Cacioppo whose research into human bonds and connections expanded the horizons of psychology generating an entirely new