Matthew James Lindberg
Matthew James Lindberg
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Feeling validated versus being correct: a meta-analysis of selective exposure to information.
W Hart, D Albarracín, AH Eagly, I Brechan, MJ Lindberg, L Merrill
Psychological bulletin 135 (4), 555, 2009
Implications of counterfactual structure for creative generation and analytical problem solving
KD Markman, MJ Lindberg, LJ Kray, AD Galinsky
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 33 (3), 312-324, 2007
Perceived addiction to Internet pornography and psychological distress: Examining relationships concurrently and over time.
JB Grubbs, N Stauner, JJ Exline, KI Pargament, MJ Lindberg
Psychology of Addictive Behaviors 29 (4), 1056, 2015
The deliberation-without-attention effect: Evidence for an artifactual interpretation
GD Lassiter, MJ Lindberg, C González-Vallejo, FS Bellezza, ND Phillips
Psychological Science 20 (6), 671-675, 2009
Internet pornography use, perceived addiction, and religious/spiritual struggles
JB Grubbs, JJ Exline, KI Pargament, F Volk, MJ Lindberg
Archives of Sexual Behavior 46, 1733-1745, 2017
“Save angels perhaps”: A critical examination of unconscious thought theory and the deliberation-without-attention effect
C Gonzalez-Vallejo, GD Lassiter, FS Bellezza, MJ Lindberg
Review of General Psychology 12 (3), 282-296, 2008
The psychology of meaning.
KD Markman, TE Proulx, MJ Lindberg
American Psychological Association, 2013
Theological beliefs about suffering and interactions with the divine.
JA Wilt, JJ Exline, MJ Lindberg, CL Park, KI Pargament
Psychology of Religion and Spirituality 9 (2), 137, 2017
Introduction: The new science of meaning.
T Proulx, KD Markman, MJ Lindberg
American Psychological Association, 2013
The hidden consequences of racial salience in videotaped interrogations and confessions.
JJ Ratcliff, GD Lassiter, VM Jager, MJ Lindberg, JK Elek, AE Hasinski
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 16 (2), 200, 2010
Counterfactual thinking: Function and dysfunction
KD Markman, F Karadogan, MJ Lindberg, E Zell
Handbook of imagination and mental simulation, 175-194, 2012
Videotaping custodial interrogations: Toward a scientifically based policy.
GD Lassiter, LJ Ware, MJ Lindberg, JJ Ratcliff
American Psychological Association, 2010
Anxiety predicts increases in struggles with religious/spiritual doubt over two weeks, one month, and one year
JA Wilt, JB Grubbs, MJ Lindberg, JJ Exline, KI Pargament
The International Journal for the Psychology of Religion 27 (1), 26-34, 2017
Struggle with ultimate meaning: Nuanced associations with search for meaning, presence of meaning, and mental health
JA Wilt, N Stauner, MJ Lindberg, JB Grubbs, JJ Exline, KI Pargament
The Journal of Positive Psychology 13 (3), 240-251, 2018
Videotaped interrogations and confessions: does a dual‐camera approach yield unbiased and accurate evaluations?
CJ Snyder, GD Lassiter, MJ Lindberg, SK Pinegar
Behavioral sciences & the law 27 (3), 451-466, 2009
Early Positive Information Impacts Final Evaluations: No Deliberation‐Without‐Attention Effect and a Test of a Dynamic Judgment Model
C González Vallejo, J Cheng, N Phillips, J Chimeli, F Bellezza, J Harman, ...
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 27 (3), 209-225, 2014
Psychotherapy and the restoration of meaning: Existential philosophy in clinical practice.
P Zafirides, KD Markman, T Proulx, MJ Lindberg
American Psychological Association, 2013
" It was meant to be": Retrospective meaning construction through mental simulation.
MJ Lindberg, KD Markman, H Choi
American Psychological Association, 2013
Video recording custodial interrogations: Implications of psychological science for policy and practice
GD Lassiter, MJ Lindberg
The Journal of Psychiatry & Law 38 (1-2), 177-192, 2010
Top-down influences on the perception of ongoing behavior
GD Lassiter, MJ Lindberg, JJ Ratcliff, LJ Ware, AL Geers
The social psychology of visual perception, 225-251, 2010
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