Erika N. Carlson, M.A.

Washington University, Saint Louis, St. Louis, MO 
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Carlson EN, Oltmanns TF. (2018) Is It Adaptive for People With Personality Problems to Know How Their Romantic Partner Perceives Them? The Effect of Meta-accuracy on Romantic Relationship Satisfaction. Journal of Personality Disorders. 32: 374-391
Carlson EN. (2016) Meta-Accuracy and Relationship Quality: Weighing the Costs and Benefits of Knowing What People Really Think About You. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
Gallrein AMB, Weßels NM, Carlson EN, et al. (2016) I still cannot see it - A replication of blind spots in self-perception Journal of Research in Personality. 60: 1-7
Carlson EN, Oltmanns TF. (2015) The Role of Metaperception in Personality Disorders: Do People with Personality Problems Know How Others Experience Their Personality? Journal of Personality Disorders. 29: 449-67
Carlson EN, DesJardins NM. (2015) Do Mean Guys Always Finish First or Just Say That They Do? Narcissists' Awareness of Their Social Status and Popularity Over Time. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 41: 901-17
Carlson EN, Oltmanns TF. (2015) The role of metaperception in personality disorders: Do people with personality problems know how others experience their personality? Journal of Personality Disorders. 29: 449-467
Carlson EN. (2015) Are clinicians asking the right questions? The role of metaperceptions as an assessment tool Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice. 22: 25-28
Carlson EN, Vazire S, Oltmanns TF. (2013) Self-other knowledge asymmetries in personality pathology. Journal of Personality. 81: 155-70
Carlson EN, Furr MM. (2013) Resolution of Meta-Accuracy: Should People Trust Their Beliefs About How Others See Them? Social Psychological and Personality Science. 4: 419-426
Carlson EN. (2013) Overcoming the Barriers to Self-Knowledge: Mindfulness as a Path to Seeing Yourself as You Really Are Perspectives On Psychological Science. 8: 173-186
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