Found 106 results
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Journal Article
Brockner, J., & Sherman D. K. (2021).  Wise interventions in organizations. Research in Organizational Behavior.
Gibbs, W. C., Kim H. S., Kay A. C., & Sherman D. K. (2023).  Who needs control? A cultural perspective on the process of compensatory control. Social and Personality Psychology Compass.
Grant, M., Flores A., Pedersen E., Sherman D. K., & Van Boven L. (2021).  When election expectations fail: Polarized perceptions of election legitimacy increase with accumulating evidence of election outcomes and with polarized media. PLoSONE.
Brick, C., & Sherman D. K. (2021).  When does being watched change pro-environmental behaviors in the laboratory?. Sustainability.
Kim, H. S., & Sherman D. K. (2008).  What do we see in a tilted square? A validation of the Figure Independence Scale. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. 34, 47–60.
Hogg, M. A., Sherman D. K., Dierselhuis J., Maitner A. T., & Moffitt G. (2007).  Uncertainty, entitativity, and group identification. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 43, 135–142.
Finez, L., Sherman D. K., & (2012).  Train in vain: The role of the self in claimed self-handicapping strategies. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology. 34, 600.
Van Boven, L., Ehret P.J., & Sherman D.K. (2018).  Towards surmounting the psychological barriers to climate policy: Appreciating contexts and acknowledging challenges (comment on Weber, 2018). Perspectives on Psychological Sciences.
Sherman, D. K., & Kim H. S. (2005).  Is there an" I" in" team"? The role of the self in group-serving judgments.. Journal of personality and social psychology. 88, 108.
Chuang, R., Ishii K., Kim H. S., & Sherman D. K. (2021).  Swinging for the fences versus advancing the runner: Culture, motivation, and strategic decision making. Social Psychological and Personality Science.
Chuang, R., Ishii K., Kim H. S., & Sherman D. K. (2022).  Swinging for the fences versus advancing the runner: Culture, motivation, and strategic decision making. Social Psychological and Personality Science.
Ehret, P.J., Sparks A.C., & Sherman D.K. (2017).  Support for environmental protection: An integration of ideological-consistency and information-deficit models. Environmental Politics. 26(2), 253-277.
Ramos, J., Grant M., Dickert S., Eom K., Flores A., Jiga-Boy G. M., et al. (In Press).  Structured reflection increases intentions to reduce other people’s health risks during COVID-19. PNAS Nexus.
Dunning, D., & Sherman D. A. (1997).  Stereotypes and tacit inference. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 73, 459.
Cohen, G. L., & Sherman D. K. (2005).  Stereotype threat and the social and scientific contexts of the race achievement gap.
Cole, J. C., Ehret P. J., Sherman D. K., & Van Boven L. (2022).  Social norms explain prioritization of climate policy. Climatic Change.
Eom, K., Kim HS., & Sherman DK. (2018).  Social class, control, and action: Socioeconomic status differences in antecedents of support for pro-environmental action. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology .
Taylor, S. E., & Sherman D. K. (2008).  Self-enhancement and self-affirmation. Handbook of Motivation Science. 57.
Sherman, D. K. (2013).  Self-affirmation: Understanding the effects. Social and Personality Psychology Compass. 7, 834–845.
Easterbrook, M. J., Harris P. R., & Sherman D. K. (2021).  Self-affirmation theory in educational contexts. Journal of Social Issues.
Goyer, J.P., Garcia J., Purdie-Vaughns V., Binning K. R., Cook J. E., Reeves S. L., et al. (2017).  Self-affirmation facilitates minority middle schoolers' progress along college trajectories. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 114, 7594–7599.
Badea, C., & Sherman D.K. (2019).  Self-affirmation and prejudice reduction: When and why?. Current Directions in Psychological Science.
Ehret, P. J., LaBrie J. W., Santerre C., & Sherman D. K. (2015).  Self-affirmation and motivational interviewing: integrating perspectives to reduce resistance and increase efficacy of alcohol interventions. Health Psychology Review. 9(1), 83–102.
Pauketat, J. V. T., Moons W. G., Chen J. M., Mackie D. M., & Sherman D. K. (2016).  Self-affirmation and affective forecasting: Affirmation reduces the anticipated impact of negative events. Motivation and Emotion. 40(5), 750-759.
Binning, K. R., Sherman D. K., Cohen G. L., & Heitland K. (2010).  Seeing the Other Side: Reducing Political Partisanship via Self-Affirmation in the 2008 Presidential Election. Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy. 10, 276–292.