Hart Blanton

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Hart Blanton is an American social psychologist. He is a professor in the department of communication and journalism at Texas A&M University. He earned his Ph.D. in psychology from Princeton University in 1994.[1]


Blanton is known for his contributions to the field of social comparison, social influence and has also conducted research on implicit attitudes.[2] He is recognized for authoring Deviance Regulation Theory and psychometric analysis of the Implicit Association Test.[3]


  1. ^ "Hart Blanton – Department of Communication & Journalism". liberalarts.tamu.edu. Retrieved 2023-07-23.
  2. ^ "Hart Blanton". blanton.socialpsychology.org. Retrieved 2023-07-23.
  3. ^ Singal, Jesse (2017-01-11). "Psychology's Favorite Tool for Measuring Racism Isn't Up to the Job". The Cut. Retrieved 2023-07-23.

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