Brian Thomas Detweiler-Bedell

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2002 Yale University, New Haven, CT 
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Philip G. Zimbardo research assistant Stanford
Peter Salovey grad student 2002 Yale
 (Mood and perceived success: Self -focused attention moderates the influence of mood on perceived success.)

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Shannon T. Brady research assistant 2003-2006 Lewis & Clark College
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Detweiler-Bedell B, Detweiler-Bedell JB. (2019) Undergraduate Research Teams That Build Bridges, Produce Publishable Research, and Strengthen Grant Proposals. Frontiers in Psychology. 10: 133
Detweiler-Bedell B, Detweiler-Bedell JB. (2016) Emerging Trends in Health Communication: The Powerful Role of Subjectivism in Moderating the Effectiveness of Persuasive Health Appeals Social and Personality Psychology Compass. 10: 484-502
Detweiler-Bedell JB, Detweiler-Bedell B, Baugher A, et al. (2012) Using Message Framing to Promote Social Support in Depression: When Misery Makes Better Company Psychological Studies. 58: 38-47
Wegener DT, Petty RE, Blankenship KL, et al. (2010) Elaboration and numerical anchoring: Breadth, depth, and the role of (non-)thoughtful processes in anchoring theories Journal of Consumer Psychology. 20: 28-32
Wegener DT, Petty RE, Blankenship KL, et al. (2010) Elaboration and numerical anchoring: Implications of attitude theories for consumer judgment and decision making Journal of Consumer Psychology. 20: 5-16
Blankenship KL, Wegener DT, Petty RE, et al. (2008) Elaboration and consequences of anchored estimates: An attitudinal perspective on numerical anchoring Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 44: 1465-1476
Detweiler-Bedell B, Detweiler-Bedell JB, Salovey P. (2006) Mood-congruent perceptions of success depend on self-other framing Cognition and Emotion. 20: 196-216
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