Thomas E. Nygren

Psychology Ohio State University, Columbus, Columbus, OH 
General Psychology
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Turner BM, Rim HB, Betz NE, et al. (2012) The maximization inventory Judgment and Decision Making. 7: 48-60
Rim HB, Turner BM, Betz NE, et al. (2011) Studies of the dimensionality, correlates, and meaning of measures of the maximizing tendency Judgment and Decision Making. 6: 565-579
Morera OF, Maydeu-Olivares A, Nygren TE, et al. (2006) Social problem solving predicts decision making styles among US Hispanics Personality and Individual Differences. 41: 307-317
Nygren TE, White RJ. (2005) Relating decision making styles to predicting self-efficacy and a generalized expectation of success and failure Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. 432-436
Nygren TE. (1998) Reacting to perceived high- and low-risk win-lose opportunities in a risky decision-making task: Is it framing or affect or both? Motivation and Emotion. 22: 73-98
Nygren TE. (1997) Framing of task performance strategies: effects on performance in a multiattribute dynamic decision making environment. Human Factors. 39: 425-37
Nygren TE, Isen AM, Taylor PJ, et al. (1996) The influence of positive affect on the decision rule in risk situations: Focus on outcome (and especially avoidance of loss) rather than probability Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. 66: 59-72
Fernandez E, Nygren TE, Thorn BE. (1991) An "open-transformed scale" for correcting ceiling effects and enhancing retest reliability: The example of pain Perception &Amp; Psychophysics. 49: 572-578
Nygren TE. (1991) Psychometric properties of subjective workload measurement techniques: Implications for their use in the assessment of perceived mental workload Human Factors. 33: 17-33
Isen AM, Nygren TE, Ashby FG. (1988) Influence of positive affect on the subjective utility of gains and losses: it is just not worth the risk. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 55: 710-7
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