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Joshua Guyer

  • PhD
  • Assistant Professor
  • IE University - Campus Madrid
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About

Broadly speaking, my research interests fall within the domain of attitudes and persuasion. More specifically, I am engaged in several ongoing lines of research that explore how different features of voice influence attitude change. My primary line of research explores the mechanisms by which different qualities of voice that reflect speaker confidence (e.g., rate of speech, intonation, pitch) influence the success of a persuasive appeal based on the extent to which both the message source and recipient carefully process the message content. Another ongoing line of research investigates how different emotional qualities of voice (e.g., fear, excitement, boredom, contentment, etc.) impact attitude change and the mechanisms that explain why these effects occur. Further research projects focus on various aspects involved in social influence, such as scarcity, authority, and stealing thunder.

Recent publications

  • Changing attitudes and intentions related to doping: An analysis of individual differences in need for cognition

    • Horcajo, Javier, Santos, David, Guyer, Joshua J., & Moreno L
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  • A Historical View on Attitudes and Persuasion

    • Briñol P
    • Petty R
    • Guyer J
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Professional experience

Assistant Professor

IE University - Campus Madrid

September 2018 - Present

Assistant Professor

Saint Louis University - Madrid Campus

September 2018 - Present

Postdoctoral Researcher

Universidad Autonoma de Madrid Facultad de Psicologia

June 2017 - Present

Research Fellowship

IE Business School

November 2017 - July 2018(8 months)

Lecturer

Royal Military College of Canada

August 2016 - December 2016(4 months)

Education

Ph.D

Queen's University

September 2012 - September 2016(4 years)

M.Sc

Queen's University

September 2010 - August 2012(2 years)

Co-authors (9)

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