Catherine D. Rawn
Catherine D. Rawn
Professor of Teaching, Psychology Department, University of British Columbia
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TitleCited byYear
Social exclusion causes people to spend and consume strategically in the service of affiliation
NL Mead, RF Baumeister, TF Stillman, CD Rawn, KD Vohs
Journal of consumer research 37 (5), 902-919, 2010
The maximization paradox: The costs of seeking alternatives
I Dar-Nimrod, CD Rawn, DR Lehman, B Schwartz
Personality and Individual Differences 46 (5-6), 631-635, 2009
People use self-control to risk personal harm: An intra-interpersonal dilemma
CD Rawn, KD Vohs
Personality and Social Psychology Review 15 (3), 267-289, 2011
The Importance of Self-Regulation for Interpersonal Functioning.
CD Rawn, KD Vohs
Guilford Press, 2006
Blind spots in the search for happiness: Implicit attitudes and nonverbal leakage predict affective forecasting errors
AR McConnell, EW Dunn, SN Austin, CD Rawn
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 47 (3), 628-634, 2011
Are females disinclined to tinker in computer science?
S Krieger, M Allen, C Rawn
Proceedings of the 46th ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science …, 2015
Embrace chattering students: They may be building community and interest in your class
GM Sandstrom, CD Rawn
Teaching of Psychology 42 (3), 227-233, 2015
Understanding the work and perceptions of teaching focused faculty in a changing academic landscape
CD Rawn, JA Fox
Research in Higher Education 59 (5), 591-622, 2018
When people strive for self-harming goals: Sacrificing personal health for interpersonal success.
CD Rawn, KD Vohs
Guilford Press, 2011
The effects of self-esteem and ego threat on decision making
CD Rawn, NL Mead, P Kerkhof, KD Vohs
Do Emotions Help or Hurt Decision Making?: A Hedgefoxian Perspective, 157-182, 2007
Why do choices tax self-regulatory resources? Three tests of candidates to explain decision fatigue
KD Vohs, N Nelson, C Rawn
ACR North American Advances, 2009
People risk personal harm for interpersonal approval: a self-control perspective
CD Rawn
University of British Columbia, 2009
When People Strive for Self-Harming Goals
Handbook of Self-Regulation: Research, Theory, and Applications, 374, 2011
Reconnection through consumption: Socially excluded people adapt consumption patterns to serve affiliation needs
N Mead, K Vohs, R Baumeister, C Rawn
ACR North American Advances, 2008
Self-regulation and choice: the depleting effects of choosing for self versus other
CD Rawn
University of British Columbia, 2005
Training in Peer Assessment Affects the Validity of Assessments
P Graf, C Rawn, J Fergusson, M Crease-Lark
International Journal of Psychology 51, 2016
Perception and Acceptance of Peer Assessment by Students
P Graf, C Rawn, J Fergusson, M Crease-Lark
International Journal of Psychology 51, 2016
Women’s journeys in psychology
CD Rawn
(unpublished), 2012
Statement of Educational Leadership
CD Rawn
Teaching Statement Variations
CD Rawn
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