Eric D. Wesselmann, Ph.D.

2011 Psychological Sciences Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, United States 
Social Psychology, Rehabilitation and Therapy
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Kipling D. Williams grad student 2011 Purdue
 (Rehabilitation and protection: Beneficial uses of ostracism in groups.)
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Ren D, Wesselmann ED, van Beest I. (2020) Seeking Solitude After Being Ostracized: A Replication and Beyond. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 146167220928238
Hales AH, Wesselmann ED, Hilgard J. (2019) Improving Psychological Science through Transparency and Openness: An Overview. Perspectives On Behavior Science. 42: 13-31
Hales A, Dvir M, Wesselmann E, et al. (2018) Cell phone-induced ostracism threatens fundamental needs. The Journal of Social Psychology
Ren D, Wesselmann ED, Williams KD. (2018) Hurt people hurt people: ostracism and aggression. Current Opinion in Psychology. 19: 34-38
Wirth JH, Wesselmann ED. (2018) Investigating how ostracizing others affects one’s self-concept Self and Identity. 17: 394-406
Wesselmann ED, Wirth JH, Bernstein MJ. (2017) Expectations of Social Inclusion and Exclusion. Frontiers in Psychology. 8: 112
Wesselmann ED, Williams KD. (2017) Social life and social death: Inclusion, ostracism, and rejection in groups Group Processes & Intergroup Relations. 20: 693-706
Ren D, Wesselmann E, Williams KD. (2016) Evidence for Another Response to Ostracism: Solitude Seeking Social Psychological and Personality Science. 7: 204-212
Wirth JH, Bernstein MJ, Wesselmann ED, et al. (2016) Social cues establish expectations of rejection and affect the response to being rejected Group Processes & Intergroup Relations. 20: 32-51
Hales AH, Wesselmann ED, Williams KD. (2016) Prayer, self-affirmation, and distraction improve recovery from short-term ostracism Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 64: 8-20
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