Miron Zuckerman

University of Rochester, Rochester, NY 
Personality Psychology
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Zuckerman M, Li C, Lin S, et al. (2019) The Negative Intelligence-Religiosity Relation: New and Confirming Evidence. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 146167219879122
O'Loughlin RE, Fryer JW, Zuckerman M. (2019) Mindfulness and stress appraisals mediate the effect of neuroticism on physical health Personality and Individual Differences. 142: 122-131
McPhetres J, Conway P, Hughes JS, et al. (2018) Reflecting on God's will: Reflective processing contributes to religious peoples' deontological dilemma responses Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 79: 301-314
Zuckerman M, Silberman J, Hall JA. (2013) The relation between intelligence and religiosity: a meta-analysis and some proposed explanations. Personality and Social Psychology Review : An Official Journal of the Society For Personality and Social Psychology, Inc. 17: 325-54
Dar-Nimrod I, Zuckerman M, Duberstein PR. (2013) The effects of learning about one's own genetic susceptibility to alcoholism: a randomized experiment. Genetics in Medicine : Official Journal of the American College of Medical Genetics. 15: 132-8
Zuckerman M, Sinicropi V. (2011) When Physical and Vocal Attractiveness Differ: Effects on Favorability of Interpersonal Impressions Journal of Nonverbal Behavior. 35: 75-86
Zuckerman M, O'Loughlin RE. (2009) Narcissism and well-being: A longitudinal perspective. European Journal of Social Psychology. 39: 957-972
Zuckerman M, O'Loughlin RE. (2006) Self-enhancement by social comparison: a prospective analysis. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 32: 751-60
Zuckerman M, Tsai FF. (2005) Costs of self-handicapping. Journal of Personality. 73: 411-42
Zuckerman M, Knee CR, Kieffer SC, et al. (2004) What individuals believe they can and cannot do: explorations of realistic and unrealistic control beliefs. Journal of Personality Assessment. 82: 215-32
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