Sean McCrea
Sean McCrea
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The effect of level of construal on the temporal distance of activity enactment
N Liberman, Y Trope, SM McCrea, SJ Sherman
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 43 (1), 143-149, 2007
4092007
I want to be creative: Exploring the role of hedonic contingency theory in the positive mood-cognitive flexibility link.
ER Hirt, EE Devers, SM McCrea
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 94 (2), 214, 2008
2652008
Construal level and procrastination
SM McCrea, N Liberman, Y Trope, SJ Sherman
Psychological Science 19 (12), 1308-1314, 2008
2322008
The role of ability judgments in self-handicapping
SM McCrea, ER Hirt
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 27 (10), 1378-1389, 2001
1732001
Construal level mind-sets moderate self-and social stereotyping.
SM McCrea, F Wieber, AL Myers
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology; Journal of Personality and …, 2012
1312012
" I know you self-handicapped last exam": Gender differences in reactions to self-handicapping.
ER Hirt, SM McCrea, HI Boris
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 84 (1), 177, 2003
1252003
Self-handicapping, excuse making, and counterfactual thinking: Consequences for self-esteem and future motivation.
SM McCrea
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 95 (2), 274, 2008
1222008
Public self-focus and sex differences in behavioral self-handicapping: Does increasing self-threat still make it “just a man’s game?”
ER Hirt, SM McCrea, CE Kimble
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 26 (9), 1131-1141, 2000
1092000
She works hard for the money: Valuing effort underlies gender differences in behavioral self-handicapping
SM McCrea, ER Hirt, BJ Milner
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 44 (2), 292-311, 2008
1042008
How to maximize implementation intention effects
PM Gollwitzer, F Wieber, AL Myers, SM McCrea
Then a miracle occurs: Focusing on behavior in social psychological theory …, 2010
682010
The worker scale: Developing a measure to explain gender differences in behavioral self-handicapping
SM McCrea, ER Hirt, KL Hendrix, BJ Milner, NL Steele
Journal of Research in Personality 42 (4), 949-970, 2008
682008
Jury decision making research: Are researchers focusing on the mouse and not the elephant in the room?
N Nuñez, SM McCrea, SE Culhane
Behavioral Sciences & the Law 29 (3), 439-451, 2011
532011
Expectancies and memory: Inferring the past from what must have been.
ER Hirt, SJ Lynn, DG Payne, E Krackow, SM McCrea
American Psychological Association, 1999
411999
Man Smart, Woman Smarter? Getting to the Root of Gender Differences in Self‐handicapping
ER Hirt, SM McCrea
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 3 (3), 260-274, 2009
332009
Counterfactual thinking following negative outcomes: evidence for group and self‐protective biases
SM McCrea
European Journal of Social Psychology 37 (6), 1256-1271, 2007
312007
Beyond hedonism: Broadening the scope of affect regulation
ER Hirt, SM McCrea
Psychological Inquiry 11 (3), 180-183, 2000
312000
Limitations on the substitutability of self-protective processes: Self-handicapping is not reduced by related-domain self-affirmations.
SM McCrea, ER Hirt
Social Psychology 42 (1), 9, 2011
292011
Regulating self-defensiveness: If–then plans prevent claiming and creating performance handicaps
JL Thürmer, SM McCrea, PM Gollwitzer
Motivation and Emotion 37 (4), 712-725, 2013
272013
Match Madness: Probability Matching in Prediction of the NCAA Basketball Tournament1
SM McCrea, ER Hirt
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 39 (12), 2809-2839, 2009
242009
When mutations meet motivations: Attitude biases in counterfactual thought
MT Crawford, SM McCrea
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 40 (1), 65-74, 2004
232004
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