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
Ren D, Wesselmann ED, Williams KD. (2018) Hurt people hurt people: ostracism and aggression. Current Opinion in Psychology. 19: 34-38
Wesselmann ED, Wirth JH, Bernstein MJ. (2017) Expectations of Social Inclusion and Exclusion. Frontiers in Psychology. 8: 112
Ren D, Wesselmann E, Williams KD. (2016) Evidence for Another Response to Ostracism: Solitude Seeking Social Psychological and Personality Science. 7: 204-212
Wesselmann ED, P. Kassner M, Graziano WG. (2016) Personality’s Top 40: An Assignment to Motivate Students to Apply Personality Concepts to Their Favorite Songs Teaching of Psychology. 43: 159-163
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
Steakley-Freeman DM, Jarvis-Creasey ZL, Wesselmann ED. (2015) What's eating the internet? Content and perceived harm of pro-eating disorder websites. Eating Behaviors. 19: 139-43
Wesselmann ED, Wirth JH, Pryor JB, et al. (2015) The Role of Burden and Deviation in Ostracizing Others. The Journal of Social Psychology. 155: 483-96
Nezlek JB, Wesselmann ED, Wheeler L, et al. (2015) Ostracism in Everyday Life: The Effects of Ostracism on Those Who Ostracize. The Journal of Social Psychology. 155: 432-51
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