Edward R. Hirt

Affiliations: 
Psychology Indiana University, Bloomington, Bloomington, IN, United States 
Area:
Social Psychology, Clinical Psychology, Women's Studies
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Clarkson JJ, Otto AS, Hirt ER, et al. (2016) The Malleable Efficacy of Willpower Theories. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin
Jia L, Hirt ER. (2016) Depletion suspends the comparator mechanism in monitoring: The role of chronic self-consciousness in sequential self-regulation. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 111: 284-300
Clarkson JJ, Chambers JR, Hirt ER, et al. (2015) The self-control consequences of political ideology. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Egan PM, Hirt ER. (2015) Flipping the switch: power, social dominance, and expectancies of mental energy change. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 41: 336-50
Egan PM, Clarkson JJ, Hirt ER. (2015) Revisiting the restorative effects of positive mood: An expectancy-based approach to self-control restoration Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 57: 87-99
Jia L, Hirt ER, Evans DN. (2014) Putting the Freeze on Priming: The Role of Need for Cognitive Closure on the Prime-Norm Dynamic. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 40: 931-942
Pfeiffer BE, Deval H, Kardes FR, et al. (2014) No product is perfect: The positive influence of acknowledging the negative Thinking and Reasoning. 20: 500-512
Egan PM, Hirt ER, Karpen SC. (2012) Taking a fresh perspective: Vicarious restoration as a means of recovering self-control Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 48: 457-465
Jia L, Karpen SC, Hirt ER. (2011) Beyond anti-Muslim sentiment: opposing the Ground Zero mosque as a means to pursuing a stronger America. Psychological Science. 22: 1327-35
Clarkson JJ, Hirt ER, Chapman DA, et al. (2011) The impact of illusory fatigue on executive control: Do perceptions of depletion impair working memory capacity? Social Psychological and Personality Science. 2: 231-238
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