Alexa Tullett
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Reflecting on God: Religious primes can reduce neurophysiological response to errors
M Inzlicht, AM Tullett
Psychological Science 21 (8), 1184-1190, 2010
The need to believe: a neuroscience account of religion as a motivated process
M Inzlicht, AM Tullett, M Good
Religion, brain & behavior 1 (3), 192-212, 2011
A multi-country test of brief reappraisal interventions on emotions during the COVID-19 pandemic
K Wang, A Goldenberg, CA Dorison, JK Miller, A Uusberg, JS Lerner, ...
Nature human behaviour 5 (8), 1089-1110, 2021
The voice of self-control: Blocking the inner voice increases impulsive responding
AM Tullett, M Inzlicht
Acta psychologica 135 (2), 252-256, 2010
Lingering effects: Stereotype threat hurts more than you think
M Inzlicht, AM Tullett, L Legault, SK Kang
Social issues and policy review 5 (1), 227-256, 2011
Right frontal cortical asymmetry predicts empathic reactions: Support for a link between withdrawal motivation and empathy
AM Tullett, E Harmon‐Jones, M Inzlicht
Psychophysiology 49 (8), 1145-1153, 2012
Stereotype threat spillover: The short-and long-term effects of coping with threats to social identity.
M Inzlicht, AM Tullett, JN Gutsell
Oxford University Press, 2012
A conceptual review of lab-based aggression paradigms
RJ McCarthy, M Elson
Collabra: Psychology 4 (1), 4, 2018
Randomness increases self-reported anxiety and neurophysiological correlates of performance monitoring
AM Tullett, AC Kay, M Inzlicht
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 10 (5), 628-635, 2015
Do narcissists try to make romantic partners jealous on purpose? An examination of motives for deliberate jealousy-induction among subtypes of narcissism
GK Tortoriello, W Hart, K Richardson, AM Tullett
Personality and Individual Differences 114, 10-15, 2017
A global experiment on motivating social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic
N Legate, T Ngyuen, N Weinstein, A Moller, L Legault, Z Vally, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (22), 2022
Neural and motivational mechanics of meaning and threat.
AM Tullett, MS Prentice, R Teper, KA Nash, M Inzlicht, I McGregor
American Psychological Association, 2013
Experimental manipulations of personal control do not increase illusory pattern perception
M Van Elk, P Lodder
Collabra: Psychology 4 (1), 19, 2018
Testing the link between empathy and lay theories of happiness
AM Tullett, JE Plaks
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 42 (11), 1505-1521, 2016
The political reference point: How geography shapes political identity
M Feinberg, AM Tullett, Z Mensch, W Hart, S Gottlieb
PloS one 12 (2), e0171497, 2017
Overconfidence across cultures
DA Moore, AS Dev, EY Goncharova
Collabra: Psychology 4 (1), 36, 2018
Strategically out of control: A self-presentational conceptualization of narcissism and low self-control
W Hart, K Richardson, G Tortoriello, A Tullett
Personality and Individual Differences 114, 103-107, 2017
Is ideology the enemy of inquiry? Examining the link between political orientation and lack of interest in novel data
AM Tullett, WP Hart, M Feinberg, ZJ Fetterman, S Gottlieb
Journal of Research in Personality 63, 123-132, 2016
Confronting threats to meaning: A new framework for understanding responses to unsettling events
AM Tullett, R Teper, M Inzlicht
Perspectives on Psychological Science 6 (5), 447-453, 2011
In COVID-19 health messaging, loss framing increases anxiety with little-to-no concomitant benefits: Experimental evidence from 84 countries
CA Dorison, JS Lerner, BH Heller, AJ Rothman, II Kawachi, K Wang, ...
Affective science 3 (3), 577-602, 2022
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