Arie Kruglanski

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Psychology University of Maryland, College Park, College Park, MD 
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Di Santo D, Chernikova M, Kruglanski AW, et al. (2020) Does inconsistency always lead to negative affect? The influence of need for closure on affective reactions to cognitive inconsistency. International Journal of Psychology : Journal International De Psychologie
Jasko K, Webber D, Kruglanski AW, et al. (2019) Social context moderates the effects of quest for significance on violent extremism. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
Kruglanski AW, Fernandez JR, Factor AR, et al. (2018) Cognitive mechanisms in violent extremism. Cognition
Pica G, Chernikova M, Pierro A, et al. (2018) Retrieval-Induced Forgetting as Motivated Cognition. Frontiers in Psychology. 9: 2030
Milyavsky M, Webber D, Fernandez JR, et al. (2018) To reappraise or not to reappraise? Emotion regulation choice and cognitive energetics. Emotion (Washington, D.C.)
Orehek E, Kruglanski AW. (2018) Personal failure makes society seem fonder: An inquiry into the roots of social interdependence. Plos One. 13: e0201361
Schumpe BM, Bélanger JJ, Dugas M, et al. (2018) Counterfinality: On the Increased Perceived Instrumentality of Means to a Goal. Frontiers in Psychology. 9: 1052
Komissarouk S, Chernikova M, Kruglanski AW, et al. (2018) Who Is Most Likely to Wear Rose-Colored Glasses? How Regulatory Mode Moderates Self-Flattery. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 146167218783194
Pica G, Pierro A, Pellegrini V, et al. (2018) "Keeping in mind the gender stereotype": the role of need for closure in the retrieval-induced forgetting of female managers' qualities. Cognitive Processing
Kruglanski AW, Fishbach A, Woolley K, et al. (2018) A structural model of intrinsic motivation: On the psychology of means-ends fusion. Psychological Review. 125: 165-182
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