Eugene Burnstein

Research Center for Group Dynamics University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI 
Social Psychology
"Eugene Burnstein"
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Ybarra O, Winkielman P, Yeh I, et al. (2011) Friends (and sometimes enemies) with cognitive benefits: What types of social interactions boost executive functioning? Social Psychological and Personality Science. 2: 253-261
Ybarra O, Burnstein E, Winkielman P, et al. (2008) Mental exercising through simple socializing: social interaction promotes general cognitive functioning. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 34: 248-59
Schul Y, Mayo R, Burnstein E. (2008) The value of distrust Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 44: 1293-1302
Ybarra O, Chan E, Park H, et al. (2008) Life's recurring challenges and the fundamental dimensions: An integration and its implications for cultural differences and similarities European Journal of Social Psychology. 38: 1083-1092
Wieczorkowska G, Wierzbinski J, Burnstein E. (2007) The role of agency beliefs in transition: Commentary to the Special Section International Journal of Psychology. 42: 113-115
Schul Y, Mayo R, Burnstein E, et al. (2007) How people cope with uncertainty due to chance or deception Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 43: 91-103
Burnstein E, Branigan C. (2007) Evolutionary Analyses in Social Psychology Blackwell Handbook of Social Psychology: Intraindividual Processes. 3-21
Schul Y, Mayo R, Burnstein E. (2004) Encoding under trust and distrust: the spontaneous activation of incongruent cognitions. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 86: 668-79
Wieczorkowska G, Burnstein E. (2004) Hunting for a job: How individual differences in foraging strategies influence the length of unemployment Group Processes and Intergroup Relations. 7: 305-315
Mayo R, Schul Y, Burnstein E. (2004) "I am not guilty" vs "I am innocent": Successful negation may depend on the schema used for its encoding Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 40: 433-449
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