Publications

Lile Jia, Edward R. Hirt and Douglas N. Evans (2014). Putting the Freeze on Priming: The Role of Need for Cognitive Closure on the Prime-Norm Dynamic. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. 931-942

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Egan, P. M., Hirt, E. R., & Karpen, S. C. (2012). Taking a Fresh Perspective: Vicarious Restoration as a Means of Recovering Self-Control. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 457-465

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Jia, L., Karpen, S. C., & Hirt, E. R. (2011). Beyond Anti-Muslim Sentiment: Opposing the Ground Zero Mosque as a Means to Pursuing a Stronger America. Psychological Science.

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Clarkson, J. J., Hirt, E. R., Chapman, D. A., & Jia, L. (2011). The impact of illusory fatigue on executive control: Do perceptions of depletion impair working memory capacity?. Social Psychological and Personality Science. 231-238

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Clarkson, J. J., Hirt, E. R., Jia, L., & Alexander, M. B. (2010). When Perception Is More Than Reality: The Effects of Perceived Versus Actual Resource Depletion on Self-Regulatory Behavior. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 98. 29-46

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Jia, L., Hirt, E. R., & Karpen, S. C. (2009). Lessons from a Faraway land: The effect of spatial distance on creative cognition. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 45. 1127-1131

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Hendrix, K. S., & Hirt, E. R. (2009). Stressed out over possible failure: The role of regulatory fit on claimed self-handicapping. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 51-59

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McCrea, S. M., & Hirt, E. R. (2009). Match Madness: Probability Matching in Prediction of the NCAA Basketball Tournament. Journal of Applied Social Psychology. 2809-2839

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Hirt, E. R., & McCrea, S. M. (2009). Man smart, woman smarter? Getting to the root of gender differences in self-handicapping. Social and Personality Psychology Compass. 1-15

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McCrea, S. M., Hirt, E. R., & Milner, B. J. (2008). She works hard for the money: Valuing effort underlies gender differences in behavioral self-handicapping. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 292-311

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McCrea, S. M., Hirt, E. R., Hendrix, K. L., Milner, B. J., & Steele, N. L. (2008). The worker scale: Developing a measure to explain gender differences in behavioral self-handicapping. Journal of Research in Personality. 949-970

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Hirt, E. R., Devers, E. E., & McCrea, S. M. (2008). I want to be creative: Exploring the role of hedonic contingency theory in the positive mood-cognitive flexibility link. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 214-230

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Hirt, E. R., Kardes, F. R., & Markman, K. D. (2004). Activating a mental simulation mindset through generation of alternatives: Implications for debiasing in related and unrelated domains. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 40. 374-383

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Hirt, E. R., McCrea, S. M., & Boris, H. I. (2003). "I Know You Self-Handicapped Last Exam": Gender Differences in Reactions to Self-Handicapping. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 84. 177-193

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Hirt, E. R., McCrea, S. M., & Kimble, C. E. (2000). Public Self-Focus and Sex Differences in Behavioral Self-Handicapping: Does Increasing Self-Threat Still Make it "Just a Man's Game"?. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. 1131-1141

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Hirt, E. R., Levine, G. M., McDonald, H. E., Melton, R. J., & Martin, L. L. (1997). The Role of Mood in Quantitative and Qualitative Aspects of Performance: Single or Multiple Mechanisms?. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 602-629

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