Joshua M Ackerman
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Incidental haptic sensations influence social judgments and decisions
JM Ackerman, CC Nocera, JA Bargh
Science 328 (5986), 1712-1715, 2010
When the economy falters, do people spend or save? Responses to resource scarcity depend on childhood environments
V Griskevicius, JM Ackerman, SM Cantú, AW Delton, TE Robertson, ...
Psychological science 24 (2), 197-205, 2013
Infection breeds reticence: The effects of disease salience on self-perceptions of personality and behavioral avoidance tendencies
CR Mortensen, DV Becker, JM Ackerman, SL Neuberg, DT Kenrick
Psychological science 21 (3), 440-447, 2010
They all look the same to me (unless they're angry) from out-group homogeneity to out-group heterogeneity
JM Ackerman, JR Shapiro, SL Neuberg, DT Kenrick, DV Becker, ...
Psychological science 17 (10), 836-840, 2006
The financial consequences of too many men: sex ratio effects on saving, borrowing, and spending.
V Griskevicius, JM Tybur, JM Ackerman, AW Delton, TE Robertson, ...
Journal of personality and social psychology 102 (1), 69, 2012
A pox on the mind: Disjunction of attention and memory in the processing of physical disfigurement
JM Ackerman, DV Becker, CR Mortensen, T Sasaki, SL Neuberg, ...
Journal of experimental social psychology 45 (3), 478-485, 2009
You wear me out: The vicarious depletion of self-control
JM Ackerman, NJ Goldstein, JR Shapiro, JA Bargh
Psychological Science 20 (3), 326-332, 2009
The behavioral immune system: Current concerns and future directions
JM Ackerman, SE Hill, DR Murray
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 12 (2), e12371, 2018
Immunizing against prejudice: Effects of disease protection on attitudes toward out-groups
JY Huang, A Sedlovskaya, JM Ackerman, JA Bargh
Psychological Science 22 (12), 1550-1556, 2011
The infectiousness of crowds: Crowding experiences are amplified by pathogen threats
IM Wang, JM Ackerman
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 45 (1), 120-132, 2019
Is friendship akin to kinship?
JM Ackerman, DT Kenrick, M Schaller
Evolution and human behavior 28 (5), 365-374, 2007
Let's get serious: Communicating commitment in romantic relationships.
JM Ackerman, V Griskevicius, NP Li
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 100 (6), 1079, 2011
Common academic experiences no one talks about: Repeated rejection, impostor syndrome, and burnout
LM Jaremka, JM Ackerman, B Gawronski, NO Rule, K Sweeny, LR Tropp, ...
Perspectives on Psychological Science 15 (3), 519-543, 2020
I only have eyes for you: Ovulation redirects attention (but not memory) to attractive men
US Anderson, EF Perea, DV Becker, JM Ackerman, JR Shapiro, ...
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 46 (5), 804-808, 2010
More memory bang for the attentional buck: Self-protection goals enhance encoding efficiency for potentially threatening males
DV Becker, US Anderson, SL Neuberg, JK Maner, JR Shapiro, ...
Social Psychological and Personality Science 1 (2), 182-189, 2010
The costs of benefits: Help-refusals highlight key trade-offs of social life
JM Ackerman, DT Kenrick
Personality and social psychology review 12 (2), 118-140, 2008
What role does pathogen-avoidance psychology play in pandemics?
JM Ackerman, JM Tybur, AD Blackwell
Trends in cognitive sciences 25 (3), 177-186, 2021
Signal detection on the battlefield: Priming self-protection vs. revenge-mindedness differentially modulates the detection of enemies and allies
DV Becker, CR Mortensen, JM Ackerman, JR Shapiro, US Anderson, ...
PloS one 6 (9), e23929, 2011
COVID-19 stress and eating and drinking behaviors in the United States during the early stages of the pandemic
JR Cummings, JM Ackerman, JA Wolfson, AN Gearhardt
Appetite 162, 105163, 2021
Catching (up with) magical contagion: A review of contagion effects in consumer contexts
JY Huang, JM Ackerman, GE Newman
Journal of the Association for Consumer Research 2 (4), 430-443, 2017
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