Edward Burkley
Edward Burkley
Associate Professor - Social Psychology - Oklahoma State University
Verified email at okstate.edu - Homepage
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Conserving self-control strength.
M Muraven, D Shmueli, E Burkley
Journal of personality and social psychology 91 (3), 524, 2006
The role of self-control in resistance to persuasion
E Burkley
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 34 (3), 419-431, 2008
You wore me down: Self‐control strength and social influence
E Burkley, D Anderson, J Curtis
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 5 (7), 487-499, 2011
Trait beliefs that make women vulnerable to math disengagement
M Burkley, J Parker, SP Stermer, E Burkley
Personality and Individual Differences 48 (2), 234-238, 2010
Do American Indian mascots= American Indian people? Examining implicit bias towards American Indian people and American Indian mascots.
J Chaney, A Burke, E Burkley
American Indian and Alaska Native Mental Health Research: The Journal of the …, 2011
Mythbusters: A tool for teaching research methods in psychology
E Burkley, M Burkley
Teaching of Psychology 36 (3), 179-184, 2009
Vicissitudes of goal commitment: Satisfaction, investments, and alternatives
E Burkley, D Anderson, J Curtis, M Burkley
Personality and Individual Differences 54 (5), 663-668, 2013
Goal fusion: The integration of goals within the self-concept
E Burkley, J Curtis, M Burkley, T Hatvany
Self and Identity 14 (3), 348-368, 2015
Structure and content of Native American stereotypic subgroups: Not just (ig) noble.
E Burkley, F Durante, ST Fiske, M Burkley, A Andrade
Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology 23 (2), 209, 2017
The ugly duckling effect: Examining fixed versus malleable beliefs about beauty
M Burkley, E Burkley, SP Stermer, A Andrade, AC Bell, J Curtis
Social Cognition 32 (5), 466-483, 2014
The rhythm is gonna get you: The influence of circadian rhythm synchrony on self‐control outcomes
J Curtis, E Burkley, M Burkley
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 8 (11), 609-625, 2014
Symbols of pride or prejudice? Examining the impact of Native American sports mascots on stereotype application
M Burkley, E Burkley, A Andrade, AC Bell
The Journal of social psychology 157 (2), 223-235, 2017
When using a negative gender stereotype as an excuse increases gender stereotyping in others
M Burkley, A Andrade, E Burkley
The Journal of social psychology 156 (2), 202-210, 2016
Self-esteem, self-focused attention, and the mediating role of fear of negative evaluation in college students with and without asthma
AN Junghans-Rutelonis, KI Suorsa, AP Tackett, E Burkley, JM Chaney, ...
Journal of American College Health 63 (8), 554-562, 2015
Using the science of persuasion in the courtroom
E Burkley, D Anderson
Trial Excellence 20, 32, 2008
Becoming part of me: Examining when objects, thoughts, goals, and people become fused with the self‐concept
T Hatvany, E Burkley, J Curtis
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 12 (1), e12369, 2018
The social contagion of incremental and entity trait beliefs
E Burkley, J Curtis, T Hatvany
Personality and Individual Differences 108, 45-49, 2017
An item response theory analysis of the Self-Monitoring Scale
E Burkley
Applied Multivariate Research 13 (2), 129-144, 2010
Motivation science
E Burkley, M Burkley
Pearson, 2017
Bonding, hiding, and promoting: Three reactions to shared threat
H Blanton, M Burkley, E Burkley
Communal functions of social comparison, 175-204, 2014
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