Jason T. Siegel is an associate professor of social psychology at Claremont Graduate University and the co-director of the Institute of Prevention Science and Health Psychology.
Dr. Siegel’s research investigates how motivation, emotion, and context interact with message features interact to influence the persuasive strength of health intervention efforts. He is currently the Principal Investigator of two grants funded by the Health Resources and Services Administration, and he is a recent recipient of the Western Psychological Associations’ Early Career Research Award (click here to read the nomination letter).
Dr. Siegel has received funding through organizations such as the National Institutes on Drug Abuse, the Center for Disease Control, and the U.S. Department of Labor. He is currently the Principle Investigator of two different $1.3 million grants from the U.S. Health Resources and Services. For his complete curriculum vitae, click here.
2016 Peer-Reviewed Publications
*indicates author was a student at the time the research was conducted
Siegel, J. T. & Thomson, A. T.* (in press). Positive emotion infusions of elevation and gratitude: Increasing help-seeking among people with elevated levels of depressive symptomatology. The Journal of Positive Psychology.
Ruybal, A. L.* & Siegel, J. T. (2016). Increasing the provision of assistance to women with postpartum depression: An application of attribution theory. Stigma and Health
Keeler, A.* & Siegel, J. T. (2016). Depression, Help Seeking, and Perceived Family Functioning among Hispanics and Non-Hispanics Whites. Journal of Affective Disorders, 202, 236-246.
Rosenberg, B. D.* & Siegel, J. T. (2016). The effect of inconsistency appeals on the influence of direct-to- consumer prescription drug advertisements: An application of goal disruption theory. Journal of Health Communication, 21, 217-227.
Siegel, J. T., Alvaro, E. A., Tan, C. N.*, Navarro, M. A.*, Garner, L.* & Jones, S. P. (2016). Increasing organ donor registrations: The IIFF Model and (f)utility of a lone ICRO. Progress in Transplantation, 26, 103-108.
Lienemann, B. A.* & Siegel, J. T. (2016). State Psychological Reactance to Depression Public Service Announcements among People with Varying Levels of Depressive Symptomatology. Health Communication, 31, 102-116.
Siegel, J. T., Tan, C. N., Rosenberg, B. D.*, Navarro, M. A.*, Thomson, A.*, Lyrintzis, E. A.*, Alvaro, E. A.*, & Jones, N. D.* (2016). Anger, frustration, boredom and the Department of Motor Vehicles: Can negative emotions impede organ donor registration? Social Science and Medicine, 153, 174-181.
Mokkarala, S.*, O’Brien, E. K.*, & Siegel, J. T. (2016). The Relationship Between Shame and Perceived Biological Origins of Mental Illness Among South Asian and White Americans. Psychology, Health, and Medicine, 21, 448-459.
Donaldson, C.*, Siegel, J. T., & Crano, W. D. (2016). Predicting and Preventing Prescription Stimulant Misuse: Attitudes, Intentions, and Vested Interest Theory. Addictive Behaviors, 53, 101-107.