Cory Costello
Cory Costello
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Social media and well-being: Pitfalls, progress, and next steps
E Kross, P Verduyn, G Sheppes, CK Costello, J Jonides, O Ybarra
Trends in cognitive sciences 25 (1), 55-66, 2021
The Big Five across socioeconomic status: Measurement invariance, relationships, and age trends
BT Hughes, CK Costello, J Pearman, P Razavi, C Bedford-Petersen, ...
Collabra: Psychology 7 (1), 24431, 2021
What a_ thing to do! Formally characterizing actions by their expected effects.
D Wood, W Tov, C Costello
Journal of personality and social psychology 108 (6), 953, 2015
Perceiving personality through the grapevine: A network approach to reputations.
CK Costello, S Srivastava
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 121 (1), 151, 2021
Ethics‐relevant values in adulthood: Longitudinal findings from the life and time study
AG Thalmayer, G Saucier, S Srivastava, JC Flournoy, CK Costello
Journal of Personality 87 (6), 1119-1135, 2019
Revealed traits: A novel method for estimating cross-cultural similarities and differences in personality
CK Costello, D Wood, W Tov
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 49 (4), 554-586, 2018
Predicting mental health from followed accounts on Twitter
C Costello, S Srivastava, R Rejaie, M Zalewski
Collabra: Psychology 7 (1), 18731, 2021
Stability and change in the Big Five and Big Six: New tests of the maturity and cumulative continuity principles
C Costello, S Srivastava, G Saucier
PsyArXiv, 2017
Human and Computerized Personality Inferences from Digital Footprints on Twitter
CK Costello
University of Oregon, 2020
Testing the Similarity-Attraction Hypothesis with the Social Relations Model Response Surface Analysis (SRMRSA)
BT Hughes, S Srivastava, C Costello, P Eastwick
OSF, 2020
Predicting Big Six Personality from Language in Tweets
C Costello, S Srivastava
OSF, 2020
Does the motive matter? The role of intended effects in characterizing actions and inferring personality traits
CK Costello
Wake Forest University, 2014
Predicting Mental Health from Followed Accounts
CK Costello, S Srivastava, M Zalewski, E Oregon
Predicting Mental Health from Followed Accounts on Twitter Cory K. Costello, Sanjay Srivastava, Reza Rejaie, & Maureen Zalewski University of Oregon
CK Costello
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