John B. Nezlek, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Psychology College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA 
Area:
Daily experience, Well-being, Multilevel Modeling
Website:
http://jbnezl.people.wm.edu/
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Parents

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Ladd Wheeler grad student 1973-1977 Rochester

Children

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Jill Renee Settle research assistant 2001-2002 (Neurotree)
Carrie Veronica Smith grad student 1999-2001 William and Mary
Richard S. Pond, Jr. grad student 2006-2008 William and Mary (Neurotree)
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Nezlek JB. (2020) Relationships Between Religiosity and Naturally Occurring Social Interaction. Journal of Religion and Health
Krejtz I, Rohnka N, Holas P, et al. (2020) Manifestations of clinical depression in daily life: a daily diary study of descriptions of naturally occurring events. Cognition & Emotion. 1-12
Nezlek JB, Derks PL. (2020) Relationships between personality and the everyday use of humor Humor. 33: 361-379
Machado-Oliveira MC, Nezlek JB, Rodrigues H, et al. (2020) Personality traits and food consumption: an overview of recent research Current Opinion in Food Science. 33: 91-97
Nezlek JB, Forestell CA. (2020) Vegetarianism as a social identity Current Opinion in Food Science. 33: 45-51
Reis HT, Nezlek JB, Suls J, et al. (2019) Ladd Wheeler (1937-2018). The American Psychologist. 74: 987
Newman DB, Nezlek JB. (2019) Private self-consciousness in daily life: Relationships between rumination and reflection and well-being, and meaning in daily life Personality and Individual Differences. 136: 184-189
Holas P, Krejtz I, Rusanowska M, et al. (2018) Attention to negative words predicts daily rumination among people with clinical depression: evidence from an eye tracking and daily diary study. Cognition & Emotion. 1-7
Nezlek JB, Forestell CA, Newman DB. (2018) Relationships between vegetarian dietary habits and daily well-being. Ecology of Food and Nutrition. 57: 425-438
Nezlek JB, Cypryańska M, Cypryański P, et al. (2018) Within-Person Relationships Between Recreational Running and Psychological Well-Being. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology. 40: 146-152
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