Roy F. Baumeister

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1979-2003 Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland Heights, OH, United States 
 2003- Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL, United States 
Area:
emotion, social neuroscience, sexuality
Website:
http://www.psy.fsu.edu/faculty/baumeist.dp.html
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James C. Hamilton grad student Case Western (PsychTree)
Heather M. Maranges grad student 2014- Florida State (PsychTree)
Arlene M. Stillwell grad student 1989-1993 Case Western (PsychTree)
Mark Muraven grad student 1998 Case Western
Ellen Bratslavsky grad student 2000 Case Western (PsychTree)
Harry Wallace grad student 2001 Case Western
Galit Askenazi Dori grad student 2002 Case Western (PsychTree)
Robert Warren Smith grad student 2002 Case Western (PsychTree)
Natalie Ciarocco grad student 2003 Case Western (PsychTree)
Kathleen R. Catanese grad student 2004 Case Western (PsychTree)
Liqing Zhang grad student 2004 Case Western (PsychTree)
Brandon J. Schmeichel grad student 2000-2005 Florida State
Ginette C. Blackhart grad student 2006 Florida State
Nathan DeWall grad student 2003-2007 Florida State
Matthew T. Gailliot grad student 2003-2007 Florida State
Seth Gitter grad student 2004-2009 Florida State
Tyler F. Stillman grad student 2004-2009 Florida State
Nicole L. Mead grad student 2005-2009 Florida State
E.J. Masicampo grad student 2005-2010 Florida State
Lauren E. Brewer grad student 2006-2012 Stephen F. Austin State University
Jessica Laurel Alquist grad student 2013 Florida State
Andrew James Vonasch grad student 2010-2016 Florida State
Andrew E. Monroe post-doc Florida State (PsychTree)
Jina Park post-doc Florida State
Kathleen Vohs post-doc Case Western
Todd F. Heatherton post-doc 1989-1990 Case Western
Jean M. Twenge post-doc 1999-2001 Case Western
Cory J. Clark post-doc 2016-2018 Florida State (PsychTree)

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Volkan Dogan collaborator 2015- (PsychTree)
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Alquist JL, Baumeister RF. (2019) Foraging extends beyond food: Hoarding of mental energy and information seeking in response to uncertainty. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 42: e38
Clark CJ, Winegard BM, Baumeister RF. (2019) Forget the Folk: Moral Responsibility Preservation Motives and Other Conditions for Compatibilism. Frontiers in Psychology. 10: 215
Baumeister RF, Lau S, Maranges HM, et al. (2018) On the Necessity of Consciousness for Sophisticated Human Action. Frontiers in Psychology. 9: 1925
Core TJ, Price MM, Alquist JL, et al. (2018) Life is uncertain, eat dessert first: Uncertainty causes uncontrolled and unemotional eaters to consume more sweets. Appetite. 131: 68-72
Clark CJ, Shniderman A, Luguri JB, et al. (2018) Are morally good actions ever free? Consciousness and Cognition
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
Alquist JL, Baumeister RF, McGregor I, et al. (2018) Personal Conflict Impairs Performance on an Unrelated Self-Control Task: Lingering Costs of Uncertainty and Conflict. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 74: 157-160
Baumeister RF, Tice DM, Vohs KD. (2018) The Strength Model of Self-Regulation: Conclusions From the Second Decade of Willpower Research. Perspectives On Psychological Science : a Journal of the Association For Psychological Science. 13: 141-145
Baumeister RF, Vohs KD. (2018) Revisiting Our Reappraisal of the (Surprisingly Few) Benefits of High Self-Esteem. Perspectives On Psychological Science : a Journal of the Association For Psychological Science. 13: 137-140
Vonasch AJ, Baumeister RF, Mele AR. (2018) Ordinary people think free will is a lack of constraint, not the presence of a soul. Consciousness and Cognition. 60: 133-151
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