Roger Buehler

Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada 
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Soliman M, Buehler R. (2018) Why Improvement Can Trump Consistent Strong Performance: The Role of Effort Perceptions Journal of Behavioral Decision Making. 31: 52-64
Soliman M, Buehler R. (2017) Evaluating Performance over Time: Is Improving Better than Being Consistently Good? The Journal of Social Psychology
Soliman M, Buehler R, Peetz J. (2017) Envisioning a future purchase: The effects of consumption imagery perspective and identity on consumer motivation Psychology & Marketing. 34: 684-692
Peetz J, Buehler R, Koehler DJ, et al. (2015) Bigger Not Better: Unpacking Future Expenses Inflates Spending Predictions Basic and Applied Social Psychology. 37: 19-30
Peetz J, Buehler R. (2013) Different goals, different predictions: Accuracy and bias in financial planning for events and time periods Journal of Applied Social Psychology. 43: 1079-1088
McFarland C, Buehler R. (2012) Negative moods and the motivated remembering of past selves: the role of implicit theories of personal stability. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 102: 242-63
Buehler R, Griffin D, Lam KC, et al. (2012) Perspectives on prediction: Does third-person imagery improve task completion estimates? Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. 117: 138-149
Peetz J, Buehler R. (2012) When distance pays off: The role of construal level in spending predictions Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 48: 395-398
Wilson AE, Buehler R, Lawford H, et al. (2012) Basking in projected glory: The role of subjective temporal distance in future self-appraisal European Journal of Social Psychology. 42: 342-353
Peetz J, Buehler R, Britten K. (2011) Only Minutes a Day: Reframing Exercise Duration Affects Exercise Intentions and Behavior Basic and Applied Social Psychology. 33: 118-127
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