Selin Kesebir, Ph.D.

2010 University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA 
moral psychology, politics
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Jonathan Haidt grad student 2010 UVA
 (How to Reduce the Harshness of Interpersonal Judgments: A Test of Multiple Mechanisms.)
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Tuncel E, Mislin A, Kesebir S, et al. (2016) Agreement Attraction and Impasse Aversion: Reasons for Selecting a Poor Deal Over No Deal at All. Psychological Science
Oishi S, Kesebir S. (2015) Income Inequality Explains Why Economic Growth Does Not Always Translate to an Increase in Happiness. Psychological Science. 26: 1630-8
Oishi S, Kesebir S, Eggleston C, et al. (2014) A hedonic story has a transmission advantage over a eudaimonic story. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General. 143: 2153-66
Lai CK, Marini M, Lehr SA, et al. (2014) Reducing implicit racial preferences: I. A comparative investigation of 17 interventions. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General. 143: 1765-85
Marini M, Sriram N, Schnabel K, et al. (2013) Overweight people have low levels of implicit weight bias, but overweight nations have high levels of implicit weight bias. Plos One. 8: e83543
Oishi S, Graham J, Kesebir S, et al. (2013) Concepts of happiness across time and cultures. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 39: 559-77
Lun J, Roth D, Oishi S, et al. (2013) Residential Mobility, Social Support Concerns, and Friendship Strategy Social Psychological and Personality Science. 4: 332-339
Oishi S, Kesebir S, Miao FF, et al. (2013) Residential mobility increases motivation to expand social network: But why? Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 49: 217-223
Oishi S, Kesebir S. (2012) Optimal social-networking strategy is a function of socioeconomic conditions. Psychological Science. 23: 1542-8
Kesebir P, Kesebir S. (2012) The cultural salience of moral character and virtue declined in twentieth century America Journal of Positive Psychology. 7: 471-480
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