Mark R. Leary, Ph.D.

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Duke University, Durham, NC 
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Robin Kowalski grad student 1987 Wake Forest (Neurotree)
Marie-Joelle Estrada grad student 2010 Duke
Ashley Batts Allen grad student 2011 Duke
Anthony Michael Pascoe grad student 2011 Duke
Kaitlin Elizabeth Toner grad student 2013 Duke
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Jongman-Sereno KP, Leary MR. (2016) Self-perceived Authenticity is Contaminated by the Valence of One’s Behavior Self and Identity. 1-19
Deffler SA, Leary MR, Hoyle RH. (2016) Knowing what you know: Intellectual humility and judgments of recognition memory Personality and Individual Differences. 96: 255-259
Leary MR, Diebels KJ, Jongman-Sereno KP, et al. (2015) Why Seemingly Trivial Events Sometimes Evoke Strong Emotional Reactions: The Role of Social Exchange Rule Violations. The Journal of Social Psychology. 155: 559-75
Leary MR, Raimi KT, Jongman-Sereno KP, et al. (2015) Distinguishing Intrapsychic From Interpersonal Motives in Psychological Theory and Research. Perspectives On Psychological Science : a Journal of the Association For Psychological Science. 10: 497-517
Crosskey LB, Curry JF, Leary MR. (2015) Role Transgressions, Shame, and Guilt Among Clergy Pastoral Psychology
Allen AB, Leary MR. (2014) Self-compassionate responses to aging. The Gerontologist. 54: 190-200
Brion JM, Leary MR, Drabkin AS. (2014) Self-compassion and reactions to serious illness: the case of HIV. Journal of Health Psychology. 19: 218-29
Leary MR, Jongman-Sereno KP. (2014) When Rejection Kills: The Central Role of Low Relational Value in School Violence International Journal of Developmental Sciences. 8: 25-27
Toner K, Gan M, Leary MR. (2014) The Impact of Individual and Group Feedback on Environmental Intentions and Self-Beliefs Environment and Behavior. 46: 24-45
Vanhalst J, Leary MR. (2014) Sociotropic differentiation: Differential anticipatory reactions to rejection by close versus distal others predict well-being Personality and Individual Differences. 68: 176-182
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