John M. Zelenski, Ph.D.

2002 Washington University, Saint Louis, St. Louis, MO 
"John Zelenski"


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Randy Larsen grad student 2002 Washington University
 (The influence of state and trait emotion on sensitivity and bias in affect -congruent perception.)
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Nealis LJ, van Allen ZM, Zelenski JM. (2016) Positive Affect and Cognitive Restoration: Investigating the Role of Valence and Arousal. Plos One. 11: e0147275
Capaldi CA, Zelenski JM. (2015) Seeing and Being Green? The Effect of Money Priming on Willingness to Perform Sustainable Actions, Social Connectedness, and Prosociality. The Journal of Social Psychology. 1-7
Sobocko K, Zelenski JM. (2015) Trait sensory-processing sensitivity and subjective well-being: Distinctive associations for different aspects of sensitivity Personality and Individual Differences. 83: 44-49
Zelenski JM, Dopko RL, Capaldi CA. (2015) Cooperation is in our nature: Nature exposure may promote cooperative and environmentally sustainable behavior Journal of Environmental Psychology. 42: 24-31
Capaldi CA, Dopko RL, Zelenski JM. (2014) The relationship between nature connectedness and happiness: a meta-analysis. Frontiers in Psychology. 5: 976
Zelenski JM, Nisbet EK. (2014) Happiness and Feeling Connected: The Distinct Role of Nature Relatedness Environment and Behavior. 46: 3-23
Dopko RL, Zelenski JM, Nisbet EK. (2014) Nature salience increases judgments of environmental satisfaction Ecopsychology. 6: 207-217
Nisbet EK, Zelenski JM. (2013) The NR-6: a new brief measure of nature relatedness. Frontiers in Psychology. 4: 813
Zelenski JM, Whelan DC, Nealis LJ, et al. (2013) Personality and affective forecasting: trait introverts underpredict the hedonic benefits of acting extraverted. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 104: 1092-108
Thake J, Zelenski JM. (2013) Neuroticism, BIS, and reactivity to discrete negative mood inductions Personality and Individual Differences. 54: 208-213
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