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Heath A. Demaree, Ph.D.

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2001- Psychological Sciences Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland Heights, OH, United States 
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David W. Harrison grad student 1993-1998 Case Western

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Amanda Merner grad student 2017- Case Western
Rock Lim grad student 2019- Case Western
Jie Pu grad student 2002-2006 Case Western
Jennifer L. Robinson grad student 2002-2006 Case Western
Rachael N. Volokhov grad student 2006-2010 Case Western
Joseph S. Weaver grad student 2009-2013 Case Western
James E. Juergensen grad student 2010-2014 Case Western
Christine M. May grad student 2011-2015 Case Western
Bethlehem T. Yimenu grad student 2012-2016 Case Western
Anne Kotynski grad student 2014-2019 Case Western
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Pace-Schott EF, Amole MC, Aue T, et al. (2019) Physiological Feelings. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews
Juergensen J, Weaver JS, May CN, et al. (2018) More Than Money: Experienced Positive Affect Reduces Risk-Taking Behavior on a Real-World Gambling Task. Frontiers in Psychology. 9: 2116
May CN, Nock NL, Bentley D, et al. (2016) Acute aerobic exercise increases implicit approach motivation for dessert images. Journal of Health Psychology
May CN, Juergensen J, Demaree HA. (2016) Yum, cake!: How reward sensitivity relates to automatic approach motivation for dessert food images Personality and Individual Differences. 90: 265-268
Demaree HA, Weaver JS, Juergensen J. (2015) A fallacious "Gambler's Fallacy"? Commentary on Xu and Harvey (2014). Cognition. 139: 168-70
Juergensen J, Demaree HA. (2015) Approach-motivated positive affect and emotion regulation alter global–local focus and food choice Motivation and Emotion. 39: 580-588
Juergensen J, Weaver JS, Burns KJ, et al. (2014) Surprise is predicted by event probability, outcome valence, outcome meaningfulness, and gender Motivation and Emotion. 38: 297-304
Demaree HA, Burns KJ, Dedonno MA, et al. (2012) Risk dishabituation: in repeated gambling, risk is reduced following low-probability "surprising" events (wins or losses). Emotion (Washington, D.C.). 12: 495-502
Corvi AP, Juergensen J, Weaver JS, et al. (2012) Subjective time perception and behavioral activation system strength predict delay of gratification ability Motivation and Emotion. 36: 483-490
Moran AM, Everhart DE, Davis CE, et al. (2011) Personality correlates of adherence with continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP). Sleep & Breathing = Schlaf & Atmung. 15: 687-94
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