Nicholas Christenfeld, PhD

Psychology University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA 
"Nicholas Christenfeld"
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Tabitha Kirkland research assistant 2006-2007 UCSD (Neurotree)
Sky Chafin grad student 2007 UCSD (Neurotree)
Britta A. Larsen grad student 2011 UCSD (Neurotree)
Margarette P. Burd grad student 2013 UCSD (Neurotree)
Jonathan D. Leavitt grad student 2013 UCSD (Neurotree)
Hannah M. Tuller grad student 2014 UCSD (Neurotree)
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Wilson BM, Donnelly K, Christenfeld N, et al. (2019) Making sense of sequential lineups: An experimental and theoretical analysis of position effects Journal of Memory and Language. 104: 108-125
Larsen BA, Ryazanov AA, Gravano JT, et al. (2015) Competition Breeds Desire Basic and Applied Social Psychology. 37: 81-86
Tuller HM, Bryan CJ, Heyman GD, et al. (2015) Seeing the other side: Perspective taking and the moderation of extremity Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 59: 18-23
D.Leavitt J, Christenfeld NJ. (2013) The fluency of spoilers: Why giving away endings improves stories Scientific Study of Literature. 3: 93-104
Larsen BA, Darby RS, Harris CR, et al. (2012) The immediate and delayed cardiovascular benefits of forgiving. Psychosomatic Medicine. 74: 745-50
Gerin W, Zawadzki MJ, Brosschot JF, et al. (2012) Rumination as a mediator of chronic stress effects on hypertension: a causal model. International Journal of Hypertension. 2012: 453465
Leavitt JD, Christenfeld NJ. (2011) Story spoilers don't spoil stories. Psychological Science. 22: 1152-4
Larsen BA, Christenfeld NJ. (2011) Cognitive distancing, cognitive restructuring, and cardiovascular recovery from stress. Biological Psychology. 86: 143-8
Larsen BA, Christenfeld NJ. (2009) Cardiovascular disease and psychiatric comorbidity: the potential role of perseverative cognition. Cardiovascular Psychiatry and Neurology. 2009: 791017
Roy MM, Mitten ST, Christenfeld NJ. (2008) Correcting memory improves accuracy of predicted task duration. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Applied. 14: 266-75
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