Brent A. Mattingly, Ph.D.

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2008 Saint Louis University, St. Louis, MO, United States 
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Social Psychology
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Eddie M. Clark grad student 2008 Saint Louis University
 (The effects of motivated sacrifice on relationship quality.)
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Besta T, Mattingly B, Błażek M. (2016) When Membership Gives Strength to Act: Inclusion of the Group Into the Self and Feeling of Personal Agency. The Journal of Social Psychology. 156: 56-73
McIntyre KP, Mattingly BA, Lewandowski GW. (2015) When “we” changes “me”: The two-dimensional model of relational self-change and relationship outcomes Journal of Social and Personal Relationships. 32: 857-878
Lewandowski GW, Mattingly BA, Pedreiro A. (2014) Under pressure: the effects of stress on positive and negative relationship behaviors. The Journal of Social Psychology. 154: 463-73
Mattingly BA, Lewandowski GW. (2014) Expanding the Self Brick by Brick: Nonrelational Self-Expansion and Self-Concept Size Social Psychological and Personality Science. 5: 484-490
Mattingly BA, Lewandowski GW. (2014) Broadening horizons: Self-expansion in relational and non-relational contexts Social and Personality Psychology Compass. 8: 30-40
Mattingly BA, Lewandowski GW, McIntyre KP. (2014) "You make me a better/worse person": A two-dimensional model of relationship self-change Personal Relationships. 21: 176-190
McIntyre KP, Mattingly BA, Lewandowski GW, et al. (2014) Workplace Self-Expansion: Implications for Job Satisfaction, Commitment, Self-Concept Clarity, and Self-Esteem Among the Employed and Unemployed Basic and Applied Social Psychology. 36: 59-69
Mattingly BA, Lewandowski GW. (2013) The power of one: Benefits of individual self-expansion Journal of Positive Psychology. 8: 12-22
Mattingly BA, Lewandowski GW. (2013) An Expanded Self is a More Capable Self: The Association between Self-concept Size and Self-efficacy Self and Identity. 12: 621-634
Mattingly BA, Clark EM. (2012) Weakening Relationships We Try to Preserve: Motivated Sacrifice, Attachment, and Relationship Quality Journal of Applied Social Psychology. 42: 373-386
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