Publications 

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  • Aiello, J. R. & Stein, L. (2010). Protecting our assets: Private and public responses to Katrina. Katrina's Imprint: Race and Vulnerability in America: Rutgers University Press, pp. 135-153.

  • Feinberg, J., Aiello, J. (2010). The Effect of Challenge and Threat Appraisals Under Evaluative Presence. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 40(8), 2071-2104.

  • Carton, A. & Aiello, J. R. (2009). Control and Anticipation of Social Interruptions: Reduced Stress and Improved Task Performance. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 39(1), 169-185.
  • Feinberg, J.M., & Aiello, J.R. (2006). Social Facilitation: A test of competing theories. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 36(5), 1087-1109.
  • Panina, D., & Aiello, J.R. (2005).  Acceptance of electronic monitoring and its consequences in different cultural contexts: A conceptual model. Journal of International Management, 11, 269-292.

  • Douthitt, E.A., & Aiello, J.R. ( 2001).  The role of participation and control in effects of computer monitoring on fairness perceptions, task satisfaction, and performance.  Journal of Applied Psychology, 86(5), 867-874.

  • Aiello, J.R., & Douthitt, E.A. ( 2001).  Social facilitation theory from Triplett to electronic performance monitoring.  Group Dynamics, 5(3), 163-180.

  • Douthitt, E.A., & Aiello, J.R. (2000).  The impact of computer monitoring and negative affectivity on task performance and satisfaction.  Best Paper Proceedings for the 2000 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

  • Glaser, D. N., Tatum, B. C., Nebeker, D. M., Sorenson, R. C., & Aiello, J. R.  (1999).  Workload and social support:  Effects on performance and stress. Human Performance, 12(2), 155-176.

  • Kolb, K. J., & Aiello, J. R.  (1997).  Computer-based performance monitoring and productivity in a multiple task environment. Journal of Business and Psychology, 12(2), 189-204.

  • Kolb, K. J., & Aiello, J. R. (1996). The effects of electronic performance monitoring on stress:  Locus of control as a moderator variable. Computers in Human Behavior, 12, 407-423.

  • Aiello, J. R., & Kolb, K. J. (1995).  Electronic performance monitoring and social context:  Impact on productivity and stress. Journal of Applied Psychology, 80, 339-353. 

  • Jussim, L., Yen, H., & Aiello, J. R.  (1995).  Self-consistency, self-enhancement, and accuracy in reactions to feedback.  Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 31, 322-356.

  • Aiello, J. R., & Kolb, K. J.  (1995).  Electronic performance monitoring:  A risk factor for workplace stress.  In S. L. Sauter & L. Murphy (Eds.), Organizational Risk Factors for Job Stress, Washington, DC:  American Psychological Association, pp. 163-179. 

  • Kluger, A. N., Lewinsohn, S., & Aiello, J. R.  (1994).  The influence of feedback on mood:  Linear effects on pleasantness and curvilinear effects on arousal. Organization Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 60, 276-299

  • Sokol, M. B., & Aiello, J. R.  (1993). Implications for team focused stress management training.  Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research, 45(4), 1-10.

  • Aiello, J. R., & Shao, Y.  (1993).  Electronic performance monitoring and stress:  The role of feedback and goal setting.  In M. J. Smith & G. Salvendy (Eds.), Human-computer interaction:  Applications and case studies.  Amsterdam:  Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., pp. 1011-1016.

  • Aiello, J. R. & Svec, C. M. (1993).  Computer monitoring of work performance:   Social facilitation and electronic presence.  Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 23(7), 537-548.

  • Aiello, J. R.  (1993).  Computer-based work monitoring:  Electronic surveillance and its effects.  Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 23(7), 499-507.

  • Aiello, J. R.  (Ed.)  (1993).  Computer-based work monitoring [Special issue].  Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 23(7), 499-601.

  • Aiello, J. R.  (1987).  Human spatial behavior.    In D. Stokols and I. Altman (Eds.), Handbook of environmental psychology.  New York:  John Wiley & Sons, pp. 359-504.

  • Aiello, J. R., Thompson, D. E., & Baum, A.  (1985).  Children, crowding, and control:  Effects of environmental stress on social behavior.  In J. F. Wohlwill and W. van Vliet, (Eds.), Habitats for children: The impacts of density.  Hillsdale, New Jersey:  Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, pp. 97-124.

  • Aiello, J. R., Thompson, D. E., & Brodzinsky, D. M.  (1983).  How funny is crowding anyway?  Effects of room size, group size, and the introduction of humor. Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 4(2), 193-207.

  • Pag├ín, G., & Aiello, J. R.  (1982).  Development of personal space among Puerto Ricans. Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, 7(2), 59-68.

  • Gormley, F. P., & Aiello, J. R.  (1982).  Social density, interpersonal relationships, and residential crowding stress. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 12(3), 222-236.

  • Reddy, D. M., Baum, A., Fleming, R., & Aiello, J. R.  (1981).  Mediation of social density by coalition formation. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 11, 529-537.

  • Epstein, Y. M., Teitelbaum, R., Karlin, R. A., Katz, S., & Aiello, J. R.  (1981).   Arousal and crowded mass transit settings.  Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 11(3), 259-267.

  • Crawford, J. L., Thompson, D. E., & Aiello, J. R.  (1981).  Community placement of mentally retarded persons:  Clinical and environmental considerations.  In H.C. Haywood and J. R. Newborough (Eds.), Living environments for mentally retarded persons.  Baltimore, MD:  University Park Press, pp. 169-194.

  • Baum, A., Gatchell, R. J., Aiello, J. R., & Thompson, D. E.  (1981).  Cognitive mediation of environmental stress.  In J. H. Harvey (Ed.), Cognition, social behavior, and the environment.  Hillsdale, New Jersey:  Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, pp. 513-533.

  • Aiello, J. R., Thompson, D. E., & Baum, A.  (1981).  The symbiotic relationship between social psychology and environmental psychology:  Implications from crowding, personal space, and intimacy regulation research.  In J. H. Harvey (Ed.), Cognition, social behavior and the environment.  Hillsdale, New Jersey:  Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, pp. 423-438.

  • Aiello, J. R., Baum, A., & Gormley, F. P.  (1981).  Social determinants of residential crowding stress. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 7(4), 643-649.

  • Love, K. D., & Aiello, J. R.  (1980).  Using projective techniques to measure interaction distance:  A methodological note.  Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 6(1), 102-104.

  • Brodzinsky, D. M., Barnet, K., & Aiello, J. R.  (1980).  Sex of subject and gender identity as factors in humor appreciation.  Sex Roles, 7(5), 561-573.

  • Aiello, J. R., & Thompson, D. E.  (1980).  When compensation fails:  Mediating effects of sex and locus of control at extended interaction distances. Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 1(1), 65-81

  • Aiello, J. R., & Thompson, D. E.  (1980).  Personal space, crowding, and spatial behavior in a cultural context.  In I. Altman, J. F. Wohlwill, & A. Rapaport (Eds.), Human behavior and environment, Volume 4.  Environment and culture.  New York:  Plenum Press, pp. 107-178.

  • Thompson, D. E., Aiello, J. R., & Epstein, Y. M.  (1979).  Interpersonal distance preferences.  Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, 4(2), 113-118.

  • Nicosia, G., Hymen, D., Karlin, R. A., Epstein, Y. M., & Aiello, J. R.  (1979). Effects of bodily contact on reactions to crowding. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 9(6), 508-523.

  • Jones, S. E., Aiello, J. R., & Thompson, D. E.  (1979).  A test of the validity of projective and quasi-projective measures of interpersonal distance.  Western Journal of Speech Communication, 43(2), 143-152.

  • Crawford, J. L., Aiello, J. R., & Thompson, D. E.  (1979).  Deinstitutionalization and community placement:  Clinical and environmental factors. Mental Retardation, 17(2), 59-63.

  • Aiello, J. R., Nicosia, G., & Thompson, D. E.  (1979).  Physiological, social, and behavioral consequences of crowding on children and adolescents. Child Development, 50(1), 195-202.

  • Hopstock, P. J., Aiello, J. R., & Baum, A.  Residential crowding research, pp. 9-21.

  • Aiello, J. R., & Baum, A. (Eds.).  (1979).  Residential crowding and design.  New York: Plenum Press.

  • Aiello, J. R., & Baum, A.  The study of residential crowding, pp. 1-7.

  • Aiello, J. R., & Baum, A.  Crowding and residential design, pp. 161-166.

  • Hopstock, P. J., Aiello, J. R., & Baum, A.  Residential crowding research, pp. 9-21.

  • Karlin, R. A., Epstein, Y. M., & Aiello, J. R.  (1978).  Strategies for the investigation of crowding.  In A. H. Esser and B. Greenbie (Eds.), Design for communality and privacy.  New York: Plenum Press, pp. 71-89.

  • Karlin, R. A., Epstein, Y. M., & Aiello, J. R.  (1978).  A setting-specific analysis of crowding.  In A. Baum & Y. M. Epstein (Eds.), Human response to crowding.  Hillsdale, NJ:  Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, pp. 165-179.

  • Baum, A., Davis, G. E., & Aiello, J. R.  (1978).  Crowding and neighborhood mediation of urban density. Journal of Population, 1(3), 266-279.

  • Baum, A., Aiello, J. R., & Calesnick, L. E.  (1978).  Crowding and personal control: Social density and the development of learned helplessness. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 36(9), 1000-1011.

  • Aiello, J. R., Headley, L. A., & Thompson, D. E.  (1978).  Effects of crowding on the elderly: A preliminary investigation.  Journal of Population, 1(4), 283-297.

  • Aiello, J. R., DeRisi, D. T., Epstein, Y. M., & Karlin, R. A.  (1977).  Crowding and the role of interpersonal distance preference.  Sociometry, 40(3), 271-282.

  • Aiello, J. R.  (1977).  Visual interaction at extended distances. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 3(1), 83-87.

  • Aiello, J. R.  (1977).  A further look at equilibrium theory:  Visual interaction  as a function of interpersonal distance. Environmental Psychology and Nonverbal Behavior, 1(2), 122-140.

  • Karlin, R. A., McFarland, D., Aiello, J. R., & Epstein, Y. M.  (1976).  Normative mediation of reactions to crowding.  Environmental Psychology and Nonverbal Behavior, 1(1), 30-40.

  • Aiello, J. R., Epstein, Y. M., & Karlin, R. A.  (1975).  Effects of crowding on electrodermal activity.  Sociological Symposium, 14, 42-57.

  • Aiello, J. R., & Aiello, T. D.  (1974).  The development of personal space: Proxemic behavior of children 6 through 16.  Human Ecology, 2(3), 177-189.

  • Jones, S. E., & Aiello, J. R.  (1973).  Proxemic behavior of black and white first, third, and fifth grade children.  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology,  25(1), 21-27.

  • Aiello, J. R., & Cooper, R. E.  (1972).  Use of personal space as a function of social affect.  Proceedings, 80th Annual Convention, APA, 1972, 207-208.

  • Aiello, J. R.  (1972).  A test of equilibrium theory:  Visual interaction in relation to orientation, distance, and sex of interactants. Psychonomic Science, 27(6), 335-336.

  • Aiello, J. R., & Jones, S. E.  (1971).  A field study of the proxemic behavior of young school children in three subcultural groups. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 19(3), 351-356.