Jack W. Brehm

University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, United States 
motivational intensity, reactance theory, cognitive dissonance,
"Jack Brehm"

Jack Brehm is most well known for creating psychological reactance theory.

Cross-listing: Neurotree

BETA: Related publications


You can help our author matching system! If you notice any publications incorrectly attributed to this author, please sign in and mark matches as correct or incorrect.

Brehm JW, Miron AM, Miller K. (2009) Affect as a motivational state Cognition and Emotion. 23: 1069-1089
Schmitt MT, Miller DA, Branscombe NR, et al. (2008) The difficulty of making reparations affects the intensity of collective guilt Group Processes and Intergroup Relations. 11: 267-279
Miron AM, Brummett B, Ruggles B, et al. (2008) Deterring anger and anger-motivated behaviors Basic and Applied Social Psychology. 30: 326-338
Brehm JW. (2007) A Brief History of Dissonance Theory Social and Personality Psychology Compass. 1: 381-391
Miron AM, Parkinson SK, Brehm JW. (2007) Does happiness function like a motivational state? Cognition and Emotion. 21: 248-267
Miron AM, Brehm JW. (2006) Reactance Theory - 40 Years Later Zeitschrift Fur Sozialpsychologie. 37: 9-18
Brehm JW, Miron AM. (2006) Can the simultaneous experience of opposing emotions really occur? Motivation and Emotion. 30: 13-30
Wicklund RA, Brehm JW. (2004) Internalization of multiple perspectives or dissonance reduction? Theory and Psychology. 14: 355-371
Silvia PJ, Brehm JW. (2001) Exploring alternative deterrents to emotional intensity: Anticipated happiness, distraction, and sadness Cognition and Emotion. 15: 575-592
Brehm JW. (1999) The intensity of emotion. Personality and Social Psychology Review : An Official Journal of the Society For Personality and Social Psychology, Inc. 3: 2-22
See more...