Russell H. Fazio, Ph.D

Harold E. Burtt Professor of Psychology

Research Grants Awarded

On the development and characteristics of the coronary-prone behavior pattern. Biomedical Research Support Grant, $1,690, 3/79-7/80.

Attitude accessibility. National Institute of Mental Health, $13,567, 3/80-8/81.

On the effects of expected reward on intrinsic interest: The role of initial attitudes. Spencer Foundation, $6,494, 8/80-7/81.

A process view of attitude-behavior consistency. National Science Foundation, $59,986, 6/81-11/83.

Cognitive processes in the attitude-behavior relation. National Institute of Mental Health, $87,000, 1/84-12/86.

Conceptualizing and measuring product attitudes and their accessibility from memory. Ogilvy Center for Research Development, $67,836, 12/85-1/87.

Cognitive processes in the attitude-behavior relation. National Institute of Mental Health, $344,765, 1/87-12/90.

Category-member associations and their activation from memory. Ogilvy Center for Research Development, $44,303, 2/87-1/88.

Attitude-behavior processes, stress, and mental health. National Institute of Mental Health Research Scientist Development Award, $289,465, 9/87-8/92.

Principles of persuasion. Ogilvy Center for Research; Development, $35,256, 2/88-1/90.

Extending brand equity to new categories. Marketing Science Institute, $8,400, 1/89-6/90 (co-PI with P. H. Farquhar and P. M. Herr).

Cognitive processes in the attitude-behavior relation. National Institute of Mental Health, $491,478, 1/91-6/95.

ADAMHA Small Instrumentation Program, $20,720, 9/91 - 8/92 (co-PI with R. J. Rose, B. Pescosolido, and A. Holtzworth-Munroe).

Attitude-behavior processes, stress, and mental health. National Institute of Mental Health Research Scientist Development Award, $511,350, 9/92-8/97.

Cognitive processes in the attitude-behavior relation. National Institute of Mental Health, $470,082, 7/95-9/00.

Attitude-behavior processes. National Institute of Mental Health Senior Scientist Award, $626,265, 1/99-12/03.

Cognitive processes in the attitude-behavior relation. National Institute of Mental Health, $550,000, 7/00-6/06.

Cognitive processes in the attitude-behavior relation. National Institute of Mental Health, $700,000, 8/07-4/12 (co-PI, M. W. Vasey).

News and ad effects on alcohol risk perception. National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, $1,563,623, 7/09-6/14 (co-PI; PI: M. D. Slater).

Training the mind to evaluate better: Recalibration toward a balanced weighting of positive and negative valence fosters self-control and well-being.
John Templeton Foundation, $480,000, 8/14-8/17.

Implicit measures of women's beliefs about contraception. Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, $100,000, 5/17-10/18 (co-I; PI: M. F. Gallo).