Kristi A. Costabile, Ph.D.

2005 University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA, United States 
Social Cognition, Evolutionary Psychology, Neuropsychology and Philosophy
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Stanley B. Klein grad student 2005 UC Santa Barbara
 (Anticipating the future: How narrative goals affect explanatory and predictive inferences.)
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Boytos AS, Costabile KA. (2023) Shared reality, memory goal satisfaction, and psychological well-being during conversational remembering. Memory (Hove, England). 1-16
Costabile KA, Austin AB. (2020) Memories of me, memories of we: Trait self-knowledge, prototypical norms, and autobiographical memories Self and Identity. 1-23
Boytos AS, Costabile KA, Austin AB, et al. (2019) Feminism, Gender, and Agentic and Communal Themes in Narrative Identity Sex Roles. 83: 54-63
Costabile KA, Madon S. (2018) Downstream Effects of Dispositional Inferences on Confirmation Biases. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 146167218789624
Kelly JW, Costabile KA, Cherep LA. (2018) Social effects on reference frame selection. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Costabile KA, Shedlosky-Shoemaker R, Austin AB. (2018) Universal stories: How narratives satisfy core motives Self and Identity. 17: 418-431
Costabile KA, Austin AB. (2017) A riot on campus: The effects of social identity complexity on emotions and reparative attitudes after ingroup-perpetrated violence. Aggressive Behavior
Austin A, Costabile K. (2017) Two routes toward optimism: how agentic and communal themes in autobiographical memories guide optimism for the future. Memory (Hove, England). 1-8
Costabile KA. (2016) Narrative Construction, Social Perceptions, and the Situation Model. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 42: 589-602
Shedlosky-Shoemaker R, Costabile KA, Arkin RM. (2014) Self-Expansion through Fictional Characters Self and Identity. 13: 556-578
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