Michael Slepian

Affiliations: 
Columbia University, New York, NY 
Area:
social psychology, organizational behavior
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Slepian ML, Greenaway KH, Masicampo EJ. (2020) Thinking Through Secrets: Rethinking the Role of Thought Suppression in Secrecy. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 146167219895017
Slepian ML, Halevy N, Galinsky AD. (2018) The Solitude of Secrecy: Thinking About Secrets Evokes Goal Conflict and Feelings of Fatigue. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 146167218810770
Rutchick AM, Slepian ML, Reyes MO, et al. (2018) Future self-continuity is associated with improved health and increases exercise behavior. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Applied. 24: 72-80
Phillips LT, Slepian ML, Hughes BL. (2018) Perceiving Groups: The People Perception of Diversity and Hierarchy. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
Slepian ML, Bastian B. (2017) Truth or Punishment: Secrecy and Punishing the Self. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 146167217717245
Slepian ML, Masicampo EJ, Galinsky AD. (2016) The hidden effects of recalling secrets: Assimilation, contrast, and the burdens of secrecy. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General. 145: e27-48
Weisbuch M, Grunberg RL, Slepian ML, et al. (2016) Perceptions of Variability in Facial Emotion Influence Beliefs About the Stability of Psychological Characteristics. Emotion (Washington, D.C.)
Slepian ML, Galinsky AD. (2016) The voiced pronunciation of initial phonemes predicts the gender of names. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 110: 509-27
Slepian ML, Galinsky AD. (2016) The Voiced Pronunciation of Initial Phonemes Predicts the Gender of Names Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
Slepian ML, Ames DR. (2015) Internalized Impressions: The Link Between Apparent Facial Trustworthiness and Deceptive Behavior Is Mediated by Targets' Expectations of How They Will Be Judged. Psychological Science
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