Holly Arrow is professor emerit of psychology at the University of Oregon. Her research and teaching interests include group dynamics, the psychology of war, atrocities, charitable giving, evolutionary psychology, psychopathic personality, and research methods. She has a long-standing interest in the open science movement.
Dr. Arrow's research interests include: the formation and development of small groups as complex dynamic systems, the psychology of war and atrocities, and the psychosocial effects of sport in older athletes. For further information, please visit Dr. Arrow's website.
Dr. Arrow is no longer accepting new graduate students.
Garinther, A., Arrow, H., & Razavi, P. (2021). Victim number effects in charitable giving: Joint evluations promote egalitarian decisions. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. doi.org/10.1177/0146167220982734
Huebner, M., David Meltzer, D., Wenjuan Ma, W., Arrow, H. (2020). Masters weightlifters navigate health challenges and physical activities: A cross-sectional study. PLOS ONE, 16(2): e0247110. doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0243652
Arrow, H., & Henry, K.B. (2019). Complexity dynamics in small groups. In G.Y. Georgiev et al. (Eds.). Evolution, Development, and Complexity: Multiscale Models in Complex Adaptive Systems (pp. 403-420). New York: Springer. doi: 10.1007/978-3-030-00075-2 18
Arrow, H., & Schumacher, W.M. (2017, May 21). What is moral injury in veterans? The Conversation.
Wolfe, A., & Arrow, H. (2013). Military influence tactics: Lessons learned in Iraq and Afghanistan. Military Psychology, 25 (5), 428-437. doi: 10.1037/mil0000009
Hannagan, R.J., & Arrow, H. (2011). Reengineering gender relations in modern militaries: An evolutionary perspective. Journal of Trauma and Dissociation, 12, 1-19.
Arrow, H., & Henry, K.B. (2010). Using complexity to promote group learning in health care. Journal of Evaluation of Clinical Practice, 16, 861-866.