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Robinson, M. D.
Robinson, Michael D.
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Age Differences in the Organization of Emotion Knowledge: Effects Involving Valence and Time Frame
Anatomy of Anger: An Integrative Cognitive Model of Trait Anger and Reactive Aggression, The
Approach, avoidance, and self-regulatory conflict: An individual differences perspective
Are self-deceivers enhancing positive affect or denying negative affect? Toward an understanding of implicit affective processes
Are we puppets on a string? The contextual meaning of unconscious expressive cues
Associative and spontaneous appraisal processes independently contribute to anger elicitation in daily life.
Attentional training of the appetitive motivation system: Effects on sensation seeking preferences and reward-based behavior
AUTOMATICITY OF AFFECTIVE REACTIONS: STIMULUS VALENCE, AROUSAL, AND LATERAL SPATIAL ATTENTION, THE
Behavioral facilitation: a cognitive model of individual differences in approach motivation.
Belief and feeling: Evidence for an accessibility model of emotional self-report
Blood pressure reactivity predicts somatic reactivity to stress in daily life
Bringing out the agreeableness in everyone: Using a cognitive self-regulation model to reduce aggression
Can Agreeableness Turn Gray Skies Blue? A Role For Agreeableness In Moderating Neuroticism-Linked Dysphoria
Cognitive Basis of Trait Anger and Reactive Aggression: An Integrative Analysis, The
Cognitive Control Moderates Relations Between Impulsivity and Bulimic Symptoms
Cognitive-emotional dysfunction among noisy minds: predictions from individual differences in reaction time variability.
Cognitive sources of evidence for neuroticism's link to punishment-reactivity processes
Does quick to blame mean quick to anger? The role of agreeableness in dissociating blame and anger
Does the avoidance of body and shape concerns reinforce eating disordered attitudes? Evidence from a manipulation study.
Don't Be So Hard on Yourself: Self-Compassion Facilitates Creative Originality Among Self-Judgmental Individuals
Driven to Tears or to Joy: Response Dominance and Trait-Based Predictions
Episodic and semantic knowledge in emotional self-report: evidence for two judgment processes.
epistemic benefits of trait-consistent mood states: an analysis of extraversion and mood., The
Error-Monitoring Ability Predicts Daily Stress Regulation
Examining the conceptual model of integrative cognitive-affective therapy for BN: Two assessment studies
Extraversion and reward-related processing: probing incentive motivation in affective priming tasks.
Extraversion, Threat Categorizations, and Negative Affect: A Reaction Time Approach to Avoidance Motivation
Gassing, braking, and self-regulating: Error self- regulation, well-being, and goal-related processes*
Gaze-Triggered Orienting as a Tool of the Belongingness Self-Regulation System
Gender Heuristic and the Database: Factors Affecting the Perception of Gender-Related Differences in the Experience and Display of Emotions, The
Guarding against hostile thoughts: trait anger and the recruitment of cognitive control.
Happiness as a Belief System: Individual Differences and Priming in Emotion Judgments
Happy Spotlight: Positive Mood and Selective Attention to Rewarding Information, The
How Does Cognitive Control Reduce Anger and Aggression? The Role of Conflict Monitoring and Forgiveness Processes
Implicit associations in tension-type headaches: a cognitive analysis based on stress reactivity processes.
Inferences about the authentic self: When do actions say more than mental states?
Integrating Trait and Social-Cognitive Views of Personality: Neuroticism, Implicit Stress Priming, and Neuroticism-Outcome Relationships
Is a cause conceptualized as a generative force? Evidence from a recognition memory paradigm
Is it emotion or is it stress? Gender stereotypes and the perception of subjective experience
Keeping One's Cool: Trait Anger, Hostile Thoughts, and the Recruitment of Limited Capacity Control
Knowing good from bad: The paradox of neuroticism, negative affect, and evaluative processing
Loving, Hating, Vacillating: Agreeableness, Implicit Self-Esteem, and Neurotic Conflict
Neural and behavioral measures of error-related cognitive control predict daily coping with stress.
Neurotic contentment: a self-regulation view of neuroticism-linked distress.
Neuroticism and affective priming: Evidence for a neuroticism-linked negative schema
Neuroticism and Responsiveness to Error Feedback: Adaptive Self-Regulation Versus Affective Reactivity
Neuroticism As A Risk Factor For Behavioral Dysregulation: A Mindfulness-Mediation Perspective
Neuroticism as Mental Noise: A Relation Between Neuroticism and Reaction Time Standard Deviations
Neuroticism's importance in understanding the daily life correlates of heart rate variability.
On the advantages of modesty: The benefits of a balanced self-presentation
Personality Dominance and Preferential Use of the Vertical Dimension of Space: Evidence From Spatial Attention Paradigms
Personality Dynamics: Insights From the Personality Social Cognitive Literature
Personality Processes in Anger and Reactive Aggression: An Introduction
Preferences and Inferences in Encoding Visual Objects: A Systematic Comparison of Semantic and Affective Priming
Process versus content in eyewitness metamemory monitoring.
"Hot-Headed" Is More Than an Expression: The Embodied Representation of Anger in Terms of Heat
Reaction time and assessments of cognitive effort as predictors of eyewitness memory accuracy and confidence.
reactive and prospective functions of mood: its role in linking daily experiences and cognitive well-being, The
Reactive and Prospective Functions of Mood, The : Its Role in Linking Daily Experiences and Cognitive Well-being
Recall memory, recognition memory, and the eyewitness confidence-accuracy correlation
Regulated and Unregulated Forms of Cortisol Reactivity: A Dual Vulnerability Model
Research Article: Turning the Other Cheek. Agreeableness and the Regulation of Aggression-Related Primes
Research Article: Using and Being Used by Categories. The Case of Negative Evaluations and Daily Well-Being
Riding a wave of self-esteem: Perseverative tendencies as dispositional forces
role of self-deception in perceptions of past, present and future happiness, The
Rose-Colored Priming Effects: Life Satisfaction and Affective Priming
Routine cognitive errors: a trait-like predictor of individual differences in anxiety and distress.
Running from William James' bear: a review of preattentive mechanisms and their contributions to emotional experience
Self as a Container: Implications for Implicit Self-Esteem and Somatic Symptoms, The
Sex differences in implicit punishment sensitivity: Evidence from two cognitive paradigms
Simulation, scenarios, and emotional appraisal: testing the convergence of real and imagined reactions to emotional stimuli
Smoking and the Implicit Association Test: When the Contrast Category Determines the Theoretical Conclusions
Stopping dead in one's tracks: Motor inhibition following incidental evaluations
Stuck in a Rut: Perseverative Response Tendencies and the Neuroticism-Distress Relationship
Things are sounding up: Affective influences on auditory tone perception
Trait as default: Extraversion, subjective well-being, and the distinction between neutral and positive events
Traits, States, and Encoding Speed: Support for a Top-Down View of Neuroticism/State Relations
Turning the other cheek. Agreeableness and the regulation of aggression-related primes.
Unstable in More Ways Than One: Reaction Time Variability and the Neuroticism-Distress Relationship
Using and Being Used by Categories: The Case of Negative Evaluations and Daily Well-Being
Watch out! That could be dangerous: valence-arousal interactions in evaluative processing
What's "Up" With God? Vertical Space as a Representation of the Divine
What's the use of being happy? Mood states, useful objects, and repetition priming effects.
What shields some can shackle others: the approach-related consequences of threat categorisations vary by agreeableness
Where Danger Lies: The Spatial Priming of Negative Affect
Why a Big Mac Is a Good Mac: Associations between Affect and Size
Why good guys wear white
Why the Sunny Side Is Up: Associations between Affect and Vertical Position
You May Worry, But Can You Recognize Threats When You See Them?; Neuroticism, Threat Identifications, and Negative Affect
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COGNITION AND EMOTION
JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
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