I have several areas of expertise, including but not limited to: Social psychology, Motivation and emotion, Health psychology, and Persuasion and attitude change. I lead the Health and Motivation Research Lab at Dominican University of California, which engages groups of undergraduates in my work. In addition, I am Co-Director of the Depression and Persuasion Lab at Claremont Graduate University that uses social psychological theories to promote the provision of help seeking for depression. I also frequently collaborate with the Health Psychology and Prevention Science Institute, the focus of which is to improve the health and well-being of all people through the application of psychological theory and methods.
A few of my peer-reviewed publications are available for download below:
A review of psychological reactance theory: Rosenberg & Siegel (2018)
Persuading people with depression to seek help: Siegel, Lienemann, & Rosenberg (2017)
Negative emotions and organ donation at the DMV: Siegel, Tan, Rosenberg et al. (2016)
Persuasiveness of prescription drug advertisements: Rosenberg & Siegel (2016)
Mixing qualitative and quantitative data in profiles: Rosenberg, Lewandowski, & Siegel (2015)
Face-to-face vs. online social support among military: Lewandowski, Rosenberg, Parks, & Siegel (2011)
Along with these publications, I have presented my work at conferences such as the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, the Association for Psychological Science, and the Western Psychological Association.