Robert Rosenthal's research while affiliated with Harvard University and other places

Citations

... How else can previous consistent findings in support of the red-anger effect be explained if various emotions can be expressed in facial redness and if even variability in facial redness within one emotion is to be expected? It is well-known in psychology that people often behave as they are expected to behave (e.g., Klein et al., 2012;Rosenthal, 1994;Rosenthal & Rubin, 1978). Despite an increase in statistical power, within-subjects designs are predisposed to revealing researchers' assumptions, as the manipulation might be obvious (Greenwald, 1976;Thompson & Campbell, 2004). ...