John V. Petrocelli, Ph.D.

Psychology Indiana University, Bloomington, Bloomington, IN, United States 
Social cognition, decision-making
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Steven J. Sherman grad student 2007 Indiana University
 (A dual -process account of reactions to general and specific events: The roles of counterfactual thinking and pre -event expectations.)
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Taha AE, Petrocelli JV. (2015) Disclosures about disclosures: Can conflict of interest warnings be made more effective? Journal of Empirical Legal Studies. 12: 236-251
Seta CE, Seta JJ, Petrocelli JV, et al. (2015) Even better than the real thing: Alternative outcome bias affects decision judgements and decision regret Thinking and Reasoning
Petrocelli JV, Williams SA, Clarkson JJ. (2015) The bigger they come, the harder they fall: The paradoxical effect of regulatory depletion on attitude change Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 58: 82-94
Dowd KW, Petrocelli JV, Wood MT. (2014) Integrating information from multiple sources: A metacognitive account of self-generated and externally provided anchors Thinking and Reasoning. 20: 315-332
Taha AE, Petrocelli JV. (2014) Sending mixed messages: Investor interpretations of disclosures of analyst stock ownership Psychology, Public Policy, and Law. 20: 68-77
Petrocelli JV, Kammrath LK, Brinton JE, et al. (2014) Holding on to what might have been may loosen (or tighten) the ties that bind us: A counterfactual potency analysis of previous dating alternatives Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 56: 50-59
Petrocelli JV, Clarkson JJ, Whitmire MB, et al. (2013) When ab ≠ c - c': published errors in the reports of single-mediator models. Behavior Research Methods. 45: 595-601
Petrocelli JV, Seta CE, Seta JJ. (2013) Dysfunctional counterfactual thinking: When simulating alternatives to reality impedes experiential learning Thinking and Reasoning. 19: 205-230
Petrocelli JV, Seta CE, Seta JJ. (2012) Prefactual potency: the perceived likelihood of alternatives to anticipated realities. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 38: 1467-79
Petrocelli JV, Seta CE, Seta JJ, et al. (2012) "If only I could stop generating counterfactual thoughts": When counterfactual thinking interferes with academic performance Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 48: 1117-1123
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