Ben Wilkowski

Psychology University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY, United States 
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Meier BP, D'Agostino PR, Elliot AJ, et al. (2012) Color in context: psychological context moderates the influence of red on approach- and avoidance-motivated behavior. Plos One. 7: e40333
Wilkowski BM, Robinson MD. (2012) When Aggressive Individuals See the World More Accurately: The Case of Perceptual Sensitivity to Subtle Facial Expressions of Anger Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. 38: 540-553
Moeller SK, Robinson MD, Wilkowski BM, et al. (2012) The big chill: interpersonal coldness and emotion-labeling skills. Journal of Personality. 80: 703-24
Robinson MD, Wilkowski BM, Meier BP, et al. (2012) Counting to ten milliseconds: low-anger, but not high-anger, individuals pause following negative evaluations. Cognition & Emotion. 26: 261-81
Wilkowski BM, Robinson MD, Troop-Gordon W. (2010) How does cognitive control reduce anger and aggression? The role of conflict monitoring and forgiveness processes. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 98: 830-40
Wilkowski BM, Robinson MD. (2010) The anatomy of anger: An integrative cognitive model of trait anger and reactive aggression Journal of Personality. 78: 9-38
Robinson MD, Wilkowski BM. (2010) Personality processes in anger and reactive aggression: An introduction Journal of Personality. 78: 1-8
Wilkowski BM, Robinson MD. (2010) Associative and Spontaneous Appraisal Processes Independently Contribute to Anger Elicitation in Daily Life Emotion. 10: 181-189
Wilkowski BM, Meier BP. (2010) Bring it on: angry facial expressions potentiate approach-motivated motor behavior. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 98: 201-10
Wilkowski BM, Meier BP, Robinson MD, et al. (2009) "Hot-Headed" Is More Than an Expression: The Embodied Representation of Anger in Terms of Heat Emotion. 9: 464-477
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