Emily E. Balcetis, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, United States 
Area:
social psychology
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David Dunning grad student 2006 Cornell
 (Motivated visual perception: How we see what we want to see.)

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Cory J. Clark research assistant
Jesse Pazdera research assistant 2015-2015 NYU (Neurotree)
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Cole S, Dominick JK, Balcetis E. (2020) Out of Reach and Under Control: Distancing as a Self-Control Strategy. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. 14616722094981
Balcetis E, Riccio MT, Duncan DT, et al. (2019) Keeping the Goal in Sight: Testing the Influence of Narrowed Visual Attention on Physical Activity. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 146167219861438
Balcetis E, Cole S. (2019) Clarifying Conundrums: How Goal Hierarchies Resolve Seeming Contradictions in Motivated Responding Psychological Inquiry. 30: 136-139
Balcetis E, Cardenas SA. (2018) Visual experience in self and social judgment: How a biased majority claim a superior minority Self and Identity. 18: 363-377
Kappes HB, Balcetis E, De Cremer D. (2017) Motivated reasoning during recruitment. The Journal of Applied Psychology. 103: 270-280
Alter AL, Stern C, Granot Y, et al. (2016) The "Bad Is Black" Effect: Why People Believe Evildoers Have Darker Skin Than Do-Gooders. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 42: 1653-1665
Cole S, Trope Y, Balcetis E. (2016) In the Eye of the Betrothed: Perceptual Downgrading of Attractive Alternative Romantic Partners. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin
Stern C, Balcetis E, Cole S, et al. (2016) Government instability shifts skin tone representations of and intentions to vote for political candidates. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 110: 76-95
Balcetis E, Cole S. (2016) Motivating the action-in-perception hypothesis: Approach and avoidance motives as a process-model for action's effects on perception Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition. 5: 83-85
Balcetis E. (2015) Future Tests of Motivated Distance Perception From Multiple Perspectives Emotion Review. 8: 133-135
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