Gregory D. Webster
Gregory D. Webster
Professor of Psychology, University of Florida
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The dirty dozen: a concise measure of the dark triad.
PK Jonason, GD Webster
Psychological assessment 22 (2), 420, 2010
The dark triad: Facilitating a short‐term mating strategy in men
PK Jonason, NP Li, GD Webster, DP Schmitt
European journal of personality 23 (1), 5-18, 2009
Acetaminophen Reduces Social Pain
CN DeWall, G MacDonald, GD Webster, CL Masten, RF Baumeister, ...
Psychological Science 21 (7), 931-937, 2010
The functional domain specificity of self-esteem and the differential prediction of aggression.
LA Kirkpatrick, CE Waugh, A Valencia, GD Webster
Journal of personality and social psychology 82 (5), 756, 2002
The antihero in popular culture: Life history theory and the dark triad personality traits
PK Jonason, GD Webster, DP Schmitt, NP Li, L Crysel
Review of General Psychology 16 (2), 192-199, 2012
A protean approach to social influence: Dark Triad personalities and social influence tactics
PK Jonason, GD Webster
Personality and Individual Differences 52 (4), 521-526, 2012
The Dark Triad and risk behavior
LC Crysel, BS Crosier, GD Webster
Personality and individual differences 54 (1), 35-40, 2013
Emotional responses to music: Interactive effects of mode, texture, and tempo
GD Webster, CG Weir
Motivation and Emotion 29 (1), 19-39, 2005
Dispositional authenticity and romantic relationship functioning
AB Brunell, MH Kernis, BM Goldman, W Heppner, P Davis, EV Cascio, ...
Personality and Individual Differences 48 (8), 900-905, 2010
The brief aggression questionnaire: Psychometric and behavioral evidence for an efficient measure of trait aggression
GD Webster, CN DeWall, RS Pond Jr, T Deckman, PK Jonason, BM Le, ...
Aggressive behavior 40 (2), 120-139, 2014
Relationship duration moderates associations between attachment and relationship quality: Meta-analytic support for the temporal adult romantic attachment model
BW Hadden, CV Smith, GD Webster
Personality and Social Psychology Review 18 (1), 42-58, 2014
Putting the “IRT” in “Dirty”: Item Response Theory analyses of the Dark Triad Dirty Dozen—An efficient measure of narcissism, psychopathy, and Machiavellianism
GD Webster, PK Jonason
Personality and Individual Differences 54 (2), 302-306, 2013
A life history theory of father absence and menarche: a meta-analysis
GD Webster, JA Graber, AN Gesselman, BS Crosier, TO Schember
Evolutionary Psychology 12 (2), 147470491401200202, 2014
Sociosexual attitudes and behaviors: Why two factors are better than one
GD Webster, A Bryan
Journal of Research in Personality 41 (4), 917-922, 2007
Wired to connect: Evolutionary psychology and social networks
BS Crosier, GD Webster, HM Dillon
Review of general Psychology 16 (2), 230-239, 2012
Moderators of the relationship between exercise and mood changes: Gender, exertion level, and workout duration
CA Rocheleau, GD Webster, A Bryan, J Frazier
Psychology & Health 19 (4), 491-506, 2004
Different slopes for different folks: Self-esteem instability and gender as moderators of the relationship between self-esteem and attitudinal aggression
GD Webster, LA Kirkpatrick, JB Nezlek, CV Smith, EL Paddock
Self and Identity 6 (1), 74-94, 2007
What lies beneath the dark triad dirty dozen: varied relations with the big five.
PK Jonason, SB Kaufman, GD Webster, G Geher
Individual Differences Research 11 (2), 2013
The single-item need to belong scale
AL Nichols, GD Webster
Personality and individual differences 55 (2), 189-192, 2013
Behavioral and self‐reported aggression as a function of domain‐specific self‐esteem
GD Webster, LA Kirkpatrick
Aggressive Behavior: Official Journal of the International Society for …, 2006
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