John Houser, PhD
BA 2005 State University of New York at Albany
MA 2008 University of Oklahoma
PhD 2011 University of Oklahoma
Email Address: email@example.com
John Houser's research focuses on the intersection of peer status (popularity and social preference), friendships, risk taking and aggressive behavior (especially relational aggression). He is especially interested in how these dynamics change during the transition to college. This has led him to an additional line of research that investigates fraternities and sororities and the individuals that join them.
Mayeux, L., Houser, J. J. & Dyches, K. D. (2011). Social acceptance and popularity: Distinct constructs with different correlates. In Cillessen, Schwartz, & Mayeux (Eds.). Popularity in the peer system. Guilford Press.
Dr. Houser teaches courses in developmental psychology and research methods in psychology.