John P. Schott, Ph.D.

2013 Psychology Washington University, Saint Louis, St. Louis, MO 
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Alan Lambert grad student 2013 Washington University
 (Toward a Greater Understanding of the Impact of Anger on Attitudes Toward War: A Consideration of Three Hypotheses.)
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Lambert AJ, Eadeh FR, Peak SA, et al. (2014) Toward a greater understanding of the emotional dynamics of the mortality salience manipulation: revisiting the "affect-free" claim of terror management research. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 106: 655-78
Lambert AJ, Peak SA, Eadeh FR, et al. (2014) How do you feel now? On the perceptual distortion of extremely recent changes in anger Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 52: 82-95
Scherer LD, Schott JP. (2012) The Affect Misattribution task impacts future implicit and explicit judgments Social Cognition. 30: 537-563
Osbaldiston R, Schott JP. (2012) Environmental sustainability and behavioral science: Meta-analysis of proenvironmental behavior experiments Environment and Behavior. 44: 257-299
Holtzman NS, Schott JP, Jones MN, et al. (2011) Exploring media bias with semantic analysis tools: validation of the Contrast Analysis of Semantic Similarity (CASS). Behavior Research Methods. 43: 193-200
Lambert AJ, Schott JP, Scherer L. (2011) Threat, politics, and attitudes: Toward a greater understanding of rally-'round-the-flag effects Current Directions in Psychological Science. 20: 343-348
Schott JP, Scherer LD, Lambert AJ. (2011) Casualties of war and sunk costs: Implications for attitude change and persuasion Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 47: 1134-1145
Lambert AJ, Scherer LD, Schott JP, et al. (2010) Rally effects, threat, and attitude change: an integrative approach to understanding the role of emotion. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 98: 886-903
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