Brett Pelham
Brett Pelham
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On cognitive busyness: When person perceivers meet persons perceived.
DT Gilbert, BW Pelham, DS Krull
Journal of personality and social psychology 54 (5), 733, 1988
17001988
From self-conceptions to self-worth: on the sources and structure of global self-esteem.
BW Pelham, WB Swann
Journal of personality and social psychology 57 (4), 672, 1989
12821989
Social inequality and the reduction of ideological dissonance on behalf of the system: Evidence of enhanced system justification among the disadvantaged
JT Jost, BW Pelham, O Sheldon, B Ni Sullivan
European journal of social psychology 33 (1), 13-36, 2003
8012003
Agreeable fancy or disagreeable truth? Reconciling self-enhancement and self-verification.
WB Swann Jr, BW Pelham, DS Krull
Journal of personality and social psychology 57 (5), 782, 1989
7971989
Allure of negative feedback: Self-verification strivings among depressed persons.
WB Swann, RM Wenzlaff, DS Krull, BW Pelham
Journal of abnormal psychology 101 (2), 293, 1992
6051992
Non-conscious forms of system justification: Implicit and behavioral preferences for higher status groups
JT Jost, BW Pelham, MR Carvallo
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 38 (6), 586-602, 2002
5122002
Why Susie sells seashells by the seashore: implicit egotism and major life decisions.
BW Pelham, MC Mirenberg, JT Jones
Journal of personality and social psychology 82 (4), 469, 2002
4952002
Two roads to positive regard: Implicit and explicit self-evaluation and culture
JJ Hetts, M Sakuma, BW Pelham
Journal of experimental social psychology 35 (6), 512-559, 1999
3981999
What lies beneath: Parenting style and implicit self-esteem
T DeHart, BW Pelham, H Tennen
Journal of experimental social psychology 42 (1), 1-17, 2006
3812006
On confidence and consequence: The certainty and importance of self-knowledge.
BW Pelham
Journal of personality and social psychology 60 (4), 518, 1991
3731991
Of thoughts unspoken: Social inference and the self-regulation of behavior.
DT Gilbert, DS Krull, BW Pelham
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 55 (5), 685, 1988
3721988
How do I love thee? Let me count the Js: implicit egotism and interpersonal attraction.
JT Jones, BW Pelham, M Carvallo, MC Mirenberg
Journal of personality and social psychology 87 (5), 665, 2004
3632004
The easy path from many to much: The numerosity heuristic
BW Pelham, TT Sumarta, L Myaskovsky
Cognitive Psychology 26 (2), 103-133, 1994
3241994
Name letter preferences are not merely mere exposure: Implicit egotism as self-regulation
JT Jones, BW Pelham, MC Mirenberg, JJ Hetts
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 38 (2), 170-177, 2002
3132002
The waxing and waning of the social self: Assimilation and contrast in social comparison.
BW Pelham, JO Wachsmuth
Journal of personality and social psychology 69 (5), 825, 1995
2921995
Who wants out when the going gets good? Psychological investment and preference for self-verifying college roommates
WB Swann Jr, B Pelham
Self and Identity 1 (3), 219-233, 2002
2292002
Change through paradox: using self-verification to alter beliefs.
WB Swann, BW Pelham, TR Chidester
Journal of personality and social psychology 54 (2), 268, 1988
2251988
Implicit egotism
BW Pelham, M Carvallo, JT Jones
Current Directions in Psychological Science 14 (2), 106-110, 2005
2072005
The effect of motivation of judgment depends on the difficulty of the judgment.
BW Pelham, E Neter
Journal of personality and social psychology 68 (4), 581, 1995
2051995
Self-investment and self-esteem: Evidence for a Jamesian model of self-worth.
BW Pelham
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 69 (6), 1141, 1995
2021995
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