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TitleDateCreatorPublication TypeInstitution
Attachment style predicts affect, cognitive appraisals, and social functioning in daily life...2015Silvia, Paul FacultyPsychology, UNCG
Attachment style predicts affect, cognitive appraisals, and social functioning in daily life...2015Kwapil, Thomas R.FacultyPsychology, UNCG
The Development of Planning Ability in Children: The Role of Meta-Planning, Transfer, and In...2007Gredlein, Jeffrey M.StudentPsychology, UNCG
Drifting from slow to “D’oh!” Working memory capacity and mind wandering predict extreme rea...2012Kane, Michael J.FacultyPsychology, UNCG
Drifting from slow to “D’oh!” Working memory capacity and mind wandering predict extreme rea...2012McVay, Jennifer C.FacultyPsychology, UNCG
The effect of neuroticism on symptom report: a signal-detection model2014Levin-Aspenson, Holly F.StudentPsychology, UNCG
The Effects of Emotional States and Traits on Time Perception2012Lehockey, Katie A.StudentPsychology: Clinical Psychology, ECU
Examining the Influences of an Audience and Individual Differences on Risk-Taking Behavior2015Rule, Shanon Martin Smukler StudentPsychology - Student, ASU
Executive control and attentional scope in visual search: a latent variable investigation2012Poole, Bradley JohnStudentPsychology, UNCG
Measuring working memory capacity with automated complex span tasks.2012Kane, Michael J.FacultyPsychology, UNCG
A skeptical look at dispositional reactance.2006Silvia, Paul FacultyPsychology, UNCG
Using dimensional overlap theory as a framework to explain the relationship between working ...2014Meier, Matthew E.StudentPsychology, UNCG
Working Memory Capacity and the Top-Down Control of Visual Search: Exploring the Boundaries ...2006Kane, Michael J.FacultyPsychology, UNCG
Working memory capacity does not always support future-oriented mind wandering.2013Kane, Michael J.FacultyPsychology, UNCG
Working memory capacity does not always support future-oriented mind wandering.2013McVay, Jennifer C.FacultyPsychology, UNCG
Working Memory, Attention Control, and the N-Back Task: A Question of Construct Validity2007Kane, Michael J.FacultyPsychology, UNCG