Megan L. Knowles, Ph.D.

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2007 Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 
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Wendi Gardner grad student 2007 Northwestern
 (The nature of parasocial relationships.)
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Pearce E, Barreto M, Victor C, et al. (2022) Choking under pressure: Does it get easier with age? How loneliness affects social monitoring across the life span. International Journal of Behavioral Development. 46: 50-62
Hess YD, Valdman TL, Knowles ML. (2018) Interpersonal and intrapersonal approach and avoidance motives after social rejection Comprehensive Results in Social Psychology. 3: 201-223
Knowles ML, Dean KK. (2017) Present but invisible: Physical obscurity fosters social disconnection European Journal of Social Psychology. 48: 86-92
Knowles ML, Lucas GM, Baumeister RF, et al. (2015) Choking under social pressure: social monitoring among the lonely. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 41: 805-21
Knowles ML, Haycock N, Shaikh I. (2015) Does facebook magnify or mitigate threats to Belonging? Social Psychology. 46: 313-324
Knowles M, Lee SH, O'Riordan M, et al. (2014) Risk of Social Media for Teens in an Urban Setting. Global Pediatric Health. 1: 2333794X14561656
Knowles ML, Green A, Weidel A. (2014) Social Rejection Biases Estimates of Interpersonal Distance Social Psychological and Personality Science. 5: 158-167
Knowles ML. (2014) Social rejection increases perspective taking Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 55: 126-132
Vandellen M, Knowles ML, Krusemark E, et al. (2012) Trait Self-esteem Moderates Decreases in Self-control Following Rejection: An Information-processing Account. European Journal of Personality. 26: 123-132
Lucas GM, Knowles ML, Gardner WL, et al. (2010) Increasing social engagement among lonely individuals: the role of acceptance cues and promotion motivations. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 36: 1346-59
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