Evan C Carter
Evan C Carter
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A series of meta-analytic tests of the depletion effect: self-control does not seem to rely on a limited resource.
EC Carter, LM Kofler, DE Forster, ME McCullough
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 144 (4), 796, 2015
Publication bias and the limited strength model of self-control: has the evidence for ego depletion been overestimated?
EC Carter, ME McCullough
Frontiers in psychology 5, 823, 2014
Correcting for bias in psychology: A comparison of meta-analytic methods
EC Carter, FD Schönbrodt, WM Gervais, J Hilgard
Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science 2 (2), 115-144, 2019
What meta-analyses reveal about the replicability of psychological research.
TD Stanley, EC Carter, H Doucouliagos
Psychological bulletin 144 (12), 1325, 2018
Is ego depletion too incredible? Evidence for the overestimation of the depletion effect
EC Carter, ME McCullough
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 36 (6), 683, 2013
Conciliatory gestures promote forgiveness and reduce anger in humans
ME McCullough, EJ Pedersen, BA Tabak, EC Carter
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (30), 11211-11216, 2014
The mediating role of monitoring in the association of religion with self-control
EC Carter, ME McCullough, CS Carver
Social Psychological and Personality Science 3 (6), 691-697, 2012
Explaining the relationship between religiousness and substance use: Self-control matters.
CN DeWall, RS Pond Jr, EC Carter, ME McCullough, NM Lambert, ...
Journal of personality and social psychology 107 (2), 339, 2014
Religion, self-control, and self-regulation: How and why are they related?
ME McCullough, EC Carter
American Psychological Association, 2013
Religious people discount the future less
EC Carter, ME McCullough, J Kim-Spoon, C Corrales, A Blake
Evolution and Human Behavior 33 (3), 224-231, 2012
Waiting, tolerating, and cooperating
ME McCullough, EC Carter
Handbook of self-regulation: Research, theory, and applications, 422, 2011
After a pair of self-control-intensive tasks, sucrose swishing improves subsequent working memory performance
EC Carter, ME McCullough
BMC psychology 1 (1), 1-10, 2013
Christian religious badges instill trust in Christian and non-Christian perceivers.
ME McCullough, P Swartwout, JH Shaver, EC Carter, R Sosis
Psychology of Religion and Spirituality 8 (2), 149, 2016
Religious cognition down-regulates sexually selected, characteristically male behaviors in men, but not in women
ME McCullough, EC Carter, CN DeWall, CM Corrales
Evolution and Human Behavior 33 (5), 562-568, 2012
Drinking games as a venue for sexual competition
LSE Hone, EC Carter, ME McCullough
Evolutionary psychology 11 (4), 147470491301100413, 2013
Rats Value Time Differently on Equivalent Foraging and Delay-Discounting Tasks.
EC Carter, AD Redish
Journal of Experimental Psychology General, 2016
Predicting human decisions with behavioral theories and machine learning
O Plonsky, R Apel, E Ert, M Tennenholtz, D Bourgin, JC Peterson, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:1904.06866, 2019
A series of meta-analytic tests of the depletion effect: Self-control does not seem to rely on
EC Carter, LM Kofler, DE Forster, ME McCullough
References, 2015
Reassessing intertemporal choice: human decision-making is more optimal in a foraging task than in a self-control task
EC Carter, EJ Pedersen, ME McCullough
Frontiers in psychology 6, 95, 2015
Is empathy the default response to suffering? A meta-analytic evaluation of perspective taking’s effect on empathic concern
WHB McAuliffe, EC Carter, J Berhane, AC Snihur, ME McCullough
Personality and Social Psychology Review 24 (2), 141-162, 2020
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