Deborah Hall

Associate Professor
Faculty
WEST Campus
Mailcode
3051

Biography

Deborah L. Hall is an Associate Professor in the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences in Arizona State University’s New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences. She earned her B.A. in psychology from Claremont McKenna College and her Ph.D. in social psychology from Duke University.

Dr. Hall's research investigates social and group identity. Her work explores the more specific questions of: (1) how identification with social groups shapes positive and negative reactions to others, (2) how aspects of social identity moderate psychological experience, and (3) how research on social and group identities can inform interventions that address a range of social problems.

Additional information about current projects and upcoming opportunities in Dr. Hall’s research lab--the Identity and Social Relations Lab (ISRL)--can be found here. She is also the Faculty Director of the ASU Statistics and Methods (SAM) Lab and co-investigator on the BullyBlocker project, an interdisciplinary NSF-funded research collaboration examining cyberbullying on social media.

Education

  • Ph.D. Social Psychology, Duke University
  • B.A. Psychology, Claremont McKenna College

Publications

* denotes student co-author

*Grove, R., Hall, D. L., *Rubenstein, A., & Terrell, H. (2019). Post-Critical Belief Scale and scripture as predictors of prejudice. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 58(2), 526-536.

*Erhart, R., & Hall, D. L. (2019). A descriptive and comparative analysis of the content of stereotypes about Native Americans. Race & Social Problems.

Hall, D. L., *Porter, E., & *Grove, R. C. (2019). Are Muslim ‘costly signals’ Christian warning signs? In D. J. Slone and W. W. McCorkle (Eds.), The Cognitive Science of Religion (pp. 173-180). London: Bloomsbury Academic.

Lee, J. C., Hall, D. L., & Wood, W. (2018). Experiential or material purchases?: Social class determines purchase happiness. Psychological Science.

Silva, Y., Hall, D., & *Rich, C. (2018) BullyBlocker: Towards an interdisciplinary approach to identify cyberbullying. Social Network Analysis and Mining.

Hall, D. L., *Gonzales, J. P. (2016). Religious group identity and costly signaling. Religion, Brain, & Behavior. DOI: 10.1080/2153599X.2016.1156564 .

Silva, Y. N., *Rich, C., & Hall, D. (2016). BullyBlocker: Towards the identification of cyberbullying in social networking sites. Extended abstract published in Proceedings of the IEEE / ACM International Conference on Advances in Social Networks Analysis and Mining (ASONAM), 1377-1379.

Burleson, M. H., Hall, D. L., & Gutierres, S. E. (2016). Age moderates contrast effects in women's judgments of facial attractiveness. Evolutionary Behavioral Sciences, 10(3), 179-187. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/ebs0000040

Hall, D. L., Cohen, A. B., *Meyer, K. K., *Varley, A., & Brewer, G. A. (2015). Costly signaling increases trust, even across religious affiliations. Psychological Science, 26(9), 1368-1376.

Hall, D. L., Blanton, H., & Prentice (2015). Being much better and no worse that others: Deviance regulation, self-guides, and the motive to be distinct. Self & Identity, 14(2), 214-232.

*Byrd, D. T. L., Hall, D. L., Roberts, N. A., & Soto, J. A. (2015). Do politically non-conservative Whites "bend over backwards" to show preferences for Black politicians? Race and Social Problems, 7(3), 227-241.

Courses

Fall 2020
Course Number Course Title
PSY 399 Supervised Research
PSY 492 Honors Directed Study
PSY 493 Honors Thesis
PSY 499 Individualized Instruction
PSY 592 Research
PSY 593 Applied Project
PSY 598 Special Topics
PSY 599 Thesis
Summer 2020
Course Number Course Title
PSY 290 Research Methods
Spring 2020
Course Number Course Title
PSY 399 Supervised Research
PSY 493 Honors Thesis
PSY 516 Quantitative Analysis II
PSY 580 Practicum
PSY 592 Research
PSY 593 Applied Project
PSY 599 Thesis
Fall 2019
Course Number Course Title
PSY 399 Supervised Research
PSY 492 Honors Directed Study
PSY 493 Honors Thesis
PSY 499 Individualized Instruction
PSY 592 Research
PSY 593 Applied Project
PSY 599 Thesis
Spring 2019
Course Number Course Title
PSY 399 Supervised Research
PSY 516 Quantitative Analysis II
PSY 580 Practicum
PSY 592 Research
PSY 593 Applied Project
PSY 598 Special Topics
PSY 599 Thesis
Fall 2018
Course Number Course Title
PSY 350 Social Psychology
PSY 399 Supervised Research
PSY 492 Honors Directed Study
PSY 499 Individualized Instruction
PSY 580 Practicum
PSY 592 Research
PSY 593 Applied Project
PSY 599 Thesis
Spring 2018
Course Number Course Title
PSY 399 Supervised Research
PSY 580 Practicum
PSY 592 Research
PSY 593 Applied Project
PSY 599 Thesis
Fall 2017
Course Number Course Title
PSY 350 Social Psychology
PSY 399 Supervised Research
PSY 492 Honors Directed Study
PSY 499 Individualized Instruction
PSY 580 Practicum
PSY 592 Research
PSY 593 Applied Project
PSY 599 Thesis
Spring 2017
Course Number Course Title
PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology
PSY 399 Supervised Research
PSY 492 Honors Directed Study
PSY 493 Honors Thesis
PSY 516 Quantitative Research II
PSY 580 Practicum
PSY 592 Research
PSY 599 Thesis
Fall 2016
Course Number Course Title
PSY 350 Social Psychology
PSY 399 Supervised Research
PSY 492 Honors Directed Study
PSY 499 Individualized Instruction
PSY 580 Practicum
PSY 592 Research
PSY 599 Thesis
Spring 2016
Course Number Course Title
PSY 399 Supervised Research
PSY 499 Individualized Instruction
PSY 516 Quantitative Research II
PSY 580 Practicum
PSY 598 Special Topics