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The Loss of Loss Aversion: Paying Attention to Reference Points In Journal of Consumer Psychology (2018)
Author(s): E. Tory Higgins, D. Kanze, L. Huang, Conley M.A.

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The critical role of second-order normative beliefs in predicating energy conservation In Nature Human Behavior (2018)
Author(s): J.M. Jachimowicz, Oliver Hauser, Julia D. O'Brien, E. Sherman, Adam Galinsky

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Shame, guilt, and secrets on the mind In Emotion (2018)
Author(s): Michael Slepian, J.N. Kirby, E.K. Kalokerinos

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Does financial reporting misconduct pay off even when discovered? In (2018)
Author(s): Dan Amiram, Serene Huang, Shivaram Rajgopal

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The benefits and burdens of keeping others' secrets In Journal of Experimental Social Psychology (2018)
Author(s): Michael Slepian, K. Greenaway

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Facial expressions of authenticity: Emotion variability increases judgments of trustworthiness and leadership In Cognition (2018)
Author(s): Michael Slepian, Evan Carr

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The solitude of secrecy: Thinking about secrets evokes motivational conflict and feelings of fatigue In Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin (2018)
Author(s): Michael Slepian, N. Halevy, Adam Galinsky

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The Tripartite Motivational Human Essence In The Oxford Handbook of the Human Essence (2018)
Author(s): J.F.M. Cornwell, E. Tory Higgins

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Why grit requires perseverance and passion to positively predict performance In Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (2018)
Author(s): J.M. Jachimowicz, A. Wihler, E.R. Bailey, Adam Galinsky

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Moral character impression formation depends on the valence homogeneity of the context In Social Psychological and Personality Science (2018)
Author(s): J. Lammers, A. Gast, C. Unkelbach, Adam Galinsky

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