Nicole L. Mead, Ph.D.

Tilburg University, Tilburg, Noord-Brabant, Netherlands 
"Nicole Mead"
Mean distance: 18.07 (cluster 8)


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Roy F. Baumeister grad student 2005-2009 Florida State
 (Does a broken heart lead to an empty wallet? Socially excluded people use spending as an affiliation tool.)
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Mead NL, Baumeister RF. (2020) Do objects fuel thyself? The relationship between objects and self-regulation. Current Opinion in Psychology. 39: 16-19
Mead NL, Baumeister RF, Stuppy A, et al. (2018) Power increases the socially toxic component of narcissism among individuals with high baseline testosterone. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General. 147: 591-596
Mead NL, Patrick VM. (2016) The taming of desire: Unspecific postponement reduces desire for and consumption of postponed temptations. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 110: 20-35
Mead NL, Stuppy A. (2014) Two sides of the same coin: Money can promote and hinder interpersonal processes The Psychological Science of Money. 243-262
Yang Q, Wu X, Zhou X, et al. (2013) Diverging effects of clean versus dirty money on attitudes, values, and interpersonal behavior. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 104: 473-89
Mead NL, Maner JK. (2012) On keeping your enemies close: powerful leaders seek proximity to ingroup power threats. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 102: 576-91
Mead N, Maner J. (2012) When Me versus You Becomes Us versus Them: How Intergroup Competition Shapes Ingroup Psychology Social and Personality Psychology Compass. 6: 566-574
DeWall CN, Baumeister RF, Mead NL, et al. (2011) How leaders self-regulate their task performance: evidence that power promotes diligence, depletion, and disdain. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 100: 47-65
Mead NL, Baumeister RF, Stillman TF, et al. (2011) Social exclusion causes people to spend and consume strategically in the service of affiliation Journal of Consumer Research. 37: 902-919
Gino F, Schweitzer ME, Mead NL, et al. (2011) Unable to resist temptation: How self-control depletion promotes unethical behavior Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. 115: 191-203
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