Master's Theses

The following is a list of master's theses completed at the Anger and Traffic Psychology Lab, sorted by year of completion:

Knight, N. (2015). The dark triad and HEXACO model of personality in relational aggression.

Deason, D. (2014). Personality and relational aggression in college students: The role of social anxiety and rejection sensitivity.

Boudreaux, D. (2012). Attitudes toward anger management services.

Prather, E. (2010). Sex role egalitarianism and relational aggression in intimate partnerships.

Braud, J. (2009). Effects of interpersonal sensitivity and anger on perceived social support.

Czar, K. (2009). The role of psychopathy in female relational aggression.

Moore, M. (2007). The influence of consideration of future consequences, forgiveness, spirituality, and driving anger on driving behavior.

Pseekos, C. (2006). Development of the Academic Stereotype Threat Inventory.

White, R. (2004). The Big Five factors, sensation seeking, and driving anger in the prediction of unsafe driving.

Martin, R. C. (2002). Irrational beliefs and the experience of anger and hostile thoughts.
Anger and Traffic Psychology Lab
The Anger and Traffic Psychology Lab is directed by Eric R. Dahlen, Ph.D., and the content of this website represents his views (see disclaimer). Doctoral and master's students in the Counseling Psychology graduate programs and undergraduate students in the Department of Psychology at the University of Southern Mississippi study dysfunctional anger, overt and relational aggression, clinical traffic psychology, and related areas. To learn more about the lab, explore our website.