Stuart Quirk, Ph.D.

1999- Psychology Central Michigan University, Mount Pleasant, MI, United States 
social anxiety, personality assessment, schizotypy, schizophrenia
"Stuart Quirk"
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Martin SM, Smith F, Quirk SW. (2015) Discriminating Coercive from Sadomasochistic Sexuality. Archives of Sexual Behavior
Martin SM, Quirk SW. (2015) Social anxiety and the accuracy of predicted affect. Cognition & Emotion. 29: 51-63
Quirk SW, Wier D, Martin SM, et al. (2015) The Influence of Parental Rejection on the Development of Maladaptive Schemas, Rumination, and Motivations for Self-Injury Journal of Psychopathology and Behavioral Assessment. 37: 283-295
Christiansen ND, Quirk SW, Robie C, et al. (2014) Light Already Defines the Darkness: Understanding Normal and Maladaptive Personality in the Workplace Industrial and Organizational Psychology. 7: 138-143
Hoerger M, Quirk SW, Chapman BP, et al. (2012) Affective forecasting and self-rated symptoms of depression, anxiety, and hypomania: evidence for a dysphoric forecasting bias. Cognition & Emotion. 26: 1098-106
Hoerger M, Quirk SW, Weed NC. (2011) Development and validation of the Delaying Gratification Inventory. Psychological Assessment. 23: 725-38
Hoerger M, Quirk SW. (2010) Affective forecasting and the Big Five. Personality and Individual Differences. 49: 972-976
Hoerger M, Quirk SW, Lucas RE, et al. (2010) Cognitive determinants of affective forecasting errors. Judgment and Decision Making. 5: 365-373
Monnot MJ, Quirk SW, Hoerger M, et al. (2009) Racial bias in personality assessment: using the MMPI-2 to predict psychiatric diagnoses of African American and Caucasian chemical dependency inpatients. Psychological Assessment. 21: 137-51
Hoerger M, Quirk SW, Lucas RE, et al. (2009) Immune neglect in affective forecasting Journal of Research in Personality. 43: 91-94
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