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Profile: Lucas A. Keefer (University of Dayton)
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    Lucas A. Keefer (2011). Others in Mind: Social Origins of Self-Consciousness. Philosophical Psychology 24 (2):287-290.
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    Mark J. Landau, Noelle M. Nelson & Lucas A. Keefer (2015). Divergent Effects of Metaphoric Company Logos: Do They Convey What the Company Does or What I Need? Metaphor and Symbol 30 (4):314-338.
    Many corporate logos use pictorial metaphors to influence consumer attitudes. Priming concrete concepts—by means of logo exposure or other procedures—changes attitudes toward dissimilar abstract targets in metaphor-consistent ways. It is assumed, however, that observers apply a logo’s metaphor externally to interpret the company and its service. This research examined the possibility that observers may instead apply that metaphor internally to interpret their current condition and hence their need for the company’s service. We hypothesized that the same logo can have divergent (...)
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    Daniel Sullivan, Lucas A. Keefer, Sheridan A. Stewart & Roman Palitsky (2016). Time‐Space Distanciation: An Interdisciplinary Account of How Culture Shapes the Implicit and Explicit Psychology of Time and Space. Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour 46 (4):450-474.
    The growing body of research on temporal and spatial experience lacks a comprehensive theoretical approach. Drawing on Giddens’ framework, we present time-space distanciation as a construct for theorizing the relations between culture, time, and space. TSD in a culture may be understood as the extent to which time and space are abstracted as separate dimensions and activities are extended and organized across time and space. After providing a historical account of its development, we outline a multi-level conceptualization of TSD supported (...)
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