Browse Dept. of Psychology by Contributor "Albarracín, Dolores"
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Going all in or going slow: Preferences for radical versus incremental trajectories of behavior change (2019-04-17)There are different temporal paths to achieving a goal such as exercising. Somebody with a radical change trajectory will invest large amounts of time and effort into the goal early and then attempt to sustain this level ...
(2019-04-12)Why do liberals and conservatives often fail to see eye-to-eye on social policies that seek to reduce economic inequality in the United States? I integrate a historical/cultural perspective with contemporary research on ...
The influence of objective and subjective social class on subjective well-being: a meta-analytic review (2016-07-01)Debates surrounding the varying link between social class and subjective well-being (SWB) have pointed to limitations of the objective measures of social class in elucidating the precise influence of material resources on ...
The value of action: An examination of when and how actions are evaluated more positively than inactions (2019-04-18)Human behavior varies along a continuum of activity, with demanding behaviors characterizing actions and restful states characterizing inactions. Action and inaction are integral components of daily life, affecting our ...
(2018-07-06)Conspiracy theories can be quite dangerous and have risen in prevalence. The rise of conspiracy theories has been met with an outcry to increase public trust in science. However, using trust in science to stop conspiracy ...