Cheryl J. Wakslak, Ph.D.

2008 Psychology New York University, New York, NY, United States 
Social Psychology
"Cheryl Wakslak"
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John T. Jost grad student NYU (PsychTree)
Yaacov Trope grad student 2008 NYU
 (A psychological distance approach to probability: Implications for representation, judgment, and decision -making.)
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Joshi PD, Wakslak CJ, Appel G, et al. (2019) Gender differences in communicative abstraction. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
Kalkstein DA, Kleiman T, Wakslak CJ, et al. (2016) Social learning across psychological distance. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 110: 1-19
Joshi PD, Wakslak CJ, Raj M, et al. (2016) Communicating With Distant Others: The Functional Use of Abstraction Social Psychological and Personality Science. 7: 37-44
Wakslak CJ, Kim BK. (2015) Controllable objects seem closer. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General. 144: 522-7
Wakslak CJ, Smith PK, Han A. (2014) Using abstract language signals power. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 107: 41-55
Joshi PD, Wakslak CJ. (2014) Communicating with the crowd: speakers use abstract messages when addressing larger audiences. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General. 143: 351-62
Baskin E, Wakslak CJ, Trope Y, et al. (2014) Why feasibility matters more to gift receivers than to givers: A construal-level approach to gift giving Journal of Consumer Research. 41: 169-182
Mueller JS, Wakslak CJ, Krishnan V. (2014) Construing creativity: The how and why of recognizing creative ideas Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 51: 81-87
Burgoon EM, Henderson MD, Wakslak CJ. (2013) How do we want others to decide?: Geographical distance influences evaluations of decision makers. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 39: 826-38
Amit E, Wakslak C, Trope Y. (2013) The use of visual and verbal means of communication across psychological distance. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 39: 43-56
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