Wilhelm Hofmann, Ph.D.
|Booth School of Business||University of Chicago, Chicago, IL|
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|Lopez RB, Chen PA, Huckins JF, et al. (2017) A balance of activity in brain control and reward systems predicts self-regulatory outcomes. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience|
|Smith PK, Hofmann W. (2016) Power in everyday life. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America|
|Lopez RB, Milyavskaya M, Hofmann W, et al. (2016) Motivational and neural correlates of self-control of eating: A combined neuroimaging and experience sampling study in dieting female college students. Appetite|
|Kotabe HP, Hofmann W. (2015) On Integrating the Components of Self-Control. Perspectives On Psychological Science : a Journal of the Association For Psychological Science. 10: 618-38|
|van Deursen DS, Salemink E, Boendermaker WJ, et al. (2015) Executive Functions and Motivation as Moderators of the Relationship Between Automatic Associations and Alcohol Use in Problem Drinkers Seeking Online Help. Alcoholism, Clinical and Experimental Research. 39: 1788-96|
|Hofmann W, Wisneski DC, Brandt MJ, et al. (2015) Social psychology. Response to Comment on "Morality in everyday life". Science (New York, N.Y.). 348: 767|
|Hofmann W, Patel PV. (2015) SurveySignal: A Convenient Solution for Experience Sampling Research Using Participants’ Own Smartphones Social Science Computer Review. 33: 235-253|
|Hur JD, Koo M, Hofmann W. (2015) When temptations come alive: How anthropomorphism undermines self-control Journal of Consumer Research. 42: 340-358|
|Hofmann W, Wisneski DC, Brandt MJ, et al. (2014) Morality in everyday life. Science (New York, N.Y.). 345: 1340-3|
|Lopez RB, Hofmann W, Wagner DD, et al. (2014) Neural predictors of giving in to temptation in daily life. Psychological Science. 25: 1337-44|