Christian L. Hart, Ph.D.

Professor

Director of Master's in Psychological Science Program

Psychology & Philosophy

Christian L. Hart, Ph.D.

Contact

chart2@twu.edu
940-898-2319
CFO 704

Education

Ph.D., Experimental Psychology, Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, TX, 1999
M.S., Experimental Psychology, Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, TX, 1997
B.A., Psychology, University of North Texas, Denton, TX, 1992

Research Interests

Deception; Suspicion; Trust; Evolutionary Psychology; Forensic Psychology; Physiological Psychology; Developmental Psychology

Latest Articles

Lies in the workplace
Psychology Today (2019)
Christian Hart

Why Is My Child Lying?
Psychology Today (2019)
Christian Hart

Is It Always Wrong to Lie?
Psychology Today (2019)
Christian Hart

What Is A Lie?
Psychology Today (2019)
Christian Hart

Black cat bias: Prevalence and predictors.
Psychological Reports (2019)
Haylie Jones, Christian Hart

Development of the lying in everyday situations (LiES) scale
American Journal of Psychology (2019)
Christian Hart, J.M. Jones, J.A. Terrizzi, Jr., D.A. Curtis

A cross sectional view of fear of death and dying among skydivers
Omega: Journal of Death and Dying (2018)
J. D. Griffith, M. Gassem, Christian Hart

Evolutionary perspectives in publications across subfields of psychology
Evo S Journal: The Journal of the Evolutionary Studies Consortium (2017)
Christian Hart, S. Morely, L. Herzog

Online female escort advertisements: The cost of sex.
Evolutionary Psychology (2016)
J. D. Griffith, A. Capiola, B. Balotti, Christian Hart, R. Turner

Our path
The Southwestern Psychologist (2016)
Christian Hart

The Psychology of Creepiness
The Southwestern Psychologist (2016)
Christian Hart

Pinocchio's nose in therapy: Therapists' beliefs and attitudes toward client deception
International Journal for the Advancement of Counselling (2015)
D. A. Curtis, Christian Hart, J. C. Fitch

Do as I say, not as I do: Benevolent deception in romantic relationships.
Journal of Relationships Research (2014)
Christian Hart, N. M. Williams, M. D. Hathaway, D. A. Curtis, J. D. Griffith

Perceived healthcare providers' responsibility with postpartum depression: Whose problem is it, anyway?
Journal of Reproductive Medicine (2014)
C L Hart, S Behimehr, D A Curtis

Chapters

Can we detect liars in everyday life?
in Deception: A brief overview | Amazon (2019)
Christian L. Hart

Externally Funded Projects

SWPA Invited Speaker Honorarium ($1300)
Southwestern Psychological Association | $0.00 | 2019
Role: Grantee

Internally Funded Projects

TWU Center for Faculty Excellence grant
$800.00 | 2018
Research Grant

TWU Experiential Student Scholars Grant
TWU Office of Research & Sponsored Programs | $1,500.00 | 2018
Research Grant

TWU Travel Assistance Grant
TWU Office of Research & Sponsored Programs | $800.00 | 2017
Research Grant

Human Behavior and Evolution Society Grant
Human Behavior and Evolution Society | $2,000.00 | 2015
Research Grant

TWU Travel Assistance Grant
TWU Office of Research & Sponsored Programs | $600.00 | 2015
Research Grant

Professional Affiliations

  • Association for Psychological Science
  • Human Behavior & Evolution Society
  • Southwest Psychological Association