Allen McConnell

Psychology Miami University (Ohio), Oxford, OH 
Social Psychology, Individual and Family Studies
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McConnell AR, Brown CM, Shoda TM, et al. (2011) Friends with benefits: on the positive consequences of pet ownership. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 101: 1239-52
Brown CM, McConnell AR. (2011) Discrepancy-based and anticipated emotions in behavioral self-regulation. Emotion (Washington, D.C.). 11: 1091-5
McConnell AR. (2011) The multiple self-aspects framework: self-concept representation and its implications. Personality and Social Psychology Review : An Official Journal of the Society For Personality and Social Psychology, Inc. 15: 3-27
McConnell AR, Strain LM, Brown CM, et al. (2009) The simple life: on the benefits of low self-complexity. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 35: 823-35
Rydell RJ, McConnell AR, Beilock SL. (2009) Multiple social identities and stereotype threat: imbalance, accessibility, and working memory. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 96: 949-66
McConnell AR, Rydell RJ, Strain LM, et al. (2008) Forming implicit and explicit attitudes toward individuals: social group association cues. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 94: 792-807
Beilock SL, Rydell RJ, McConnell AR. (2007) Stereotype threat and working memory: mechanisms, alleviation, and spillover. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General. 136: 256-76
Rydell RJ, McConnell AR, Mackie DM, et al. (2006) Of two minds: forming and changing valence-inconsistent implicit and explicit attitudes. Psychological Science. 17: 954-8
Rydell RJ, McConnell AR. (2006) Understanding implicit and explicit attitude change: a systems of reasoning analysis. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 91: 995-1008
Beilock SL, Jellison WA, Rydell RJ, et al. (2006) On the causal mechanisms of stereotype threat: can skills that don't rely heavily on working memory still be threatened? Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 32: 1059-71
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