William Fleeson, Ph.D.

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Psychology Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC, United States 
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Fleeson W, Law MK. (2015) Trait Enactments as Density Distributions: The Role of Actors, Situations, and Observers in Explaining Stability and Variability. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
McCabe KO, Fleeson W. (2015) Are Traits Useful? Explaining Trait Manifestations as Tools in the Pursuit of Goals. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
Miskewicz K, Fleeson W, Arnold EM, et al. (2015) A Contingency-Oriented Approach to Understanding Borderline Personality Disorder: Situational Triggers and Symptoms. Journal of Personality Disorders. 29: 486-502
Fleeson W, Jayawickreme E. (2015) Whole Trait Theory. Journal of Research in Personality. 56: 82-92
Law MK, Furr RM, Arnold EM, et al. (2015) Does Assessing Suicidality Frequently and Repeatedly Cause Harm? A Randomized Control Study. Psychological Assessment
Law MK, Fleeson W, Arnold EM, et al. (2015) Using Negative Emotions to Trace the Experience of Borderline Personality Pathology: Interconnected Relationships Revealed in an Experience Sampling Study. Journal of Personality Disorders. 1-19
Meindl P, Jayawickreme E, Furr RM, et al. (2015) A foundation beam for studying morality from a personological point of view: Are individual differences in moral behaviors and thoughts consistent? Journal of Research in Personality. 59: 81-92
Helzer EG, Furr RM, Hawkins A, et al. (2014) Agreement on the perception of moral character. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 40: 1698-710
Hawkins AA, Furr RM, Arnold EM, et al. (2014) The structure of borderline personality disorder symptoms: a multi-method, multi-sample examination. Personality Disorders. 5: 380-9
Jayawickreme E, Meindl P, Helzer EG, et al. (2014) Virtuous states and virtuous traits: How the empirical evidence regarding the existence of broad traits saves virtue ethics from the situationist critique Theory and Research in Education. 12: 283-308
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