Erik G. Helzer
Erik G. Helzer
Johns Hopkins Carey Business School
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TitleCited byYear
Dirty liberals! Reminders of physical cleanliness influence moral and political attitudes
EG Helzer, DA Pizarro
Psychological science 22 (4), 517-522, 2011
2762011
Virtuous states and virtuous traits: How the empirical evidence regarding the existence of broad traits saves virtue ethics from the situationist critique
E Jayawickreme, P Meindl, EG Helzer, RM Furr, W Fleeson
Theory and Research in Education 12 (3), 283-308, 2014
812014
Why and when peer prediction is superior to self-prediction: The weight given to future aspiration versus past achievement.
EG Helzer, D Dunning
Journal of personality and social psychology 103 (1), 38, 2012
732012
Character: The prospects for a personality‐based perspective on morality
W Fleeson, RM Furr, E Jayawickreme, P Meindl, EG Helzer
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 8 (4), 178-191, 2014
542014
Traits, states, and attentional gates: Temperament and threat relevance as predictors of attentional bias to social threat
EG Helzer, JK Connor-Smith, MA Reed
Anxiety, Stress, & Coping 22 (1), 57-76, 2009
542009
Self-enhancement via redefinition: Defining social concepts to ensure positive views of the self
CR Critcher, EG Helzer, D Dunning
Handbook of self-enhancement and self-protection, 69-91, 2011
332011
Understanding agency in self and other: A meta-cognitive perspective
E Helzer
312012
Agreement on the perception of moral character
EG Helzer, RM Furr, A Hawkins, M Barranti, LER Blackie, W Fleeson
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 40 (12), 1698-1710, 2014
262014
Morality’s centrality to liking, respecting, and understanding others
AG Hartley, RM Furr, EG Helzer, E Jayawickreme, KR Velasquez, ...
Social Psychological and Personality Science 7 (7), 648-657, 2016
252016
Beyond the correlation coefficient in studies of self-assessment accuracy: Commentary on Zell & Krizan (2014)
D Dunning, EG Helzer
Perspectives on Psychological Science 9 (2), 126-130, 2014
232014
Control and the “good life” primary and secondary control as distinct indicators of well-being
EG Helzer, E Jayawickreme
Social Psychological and Personality Science 6 (6), 653-660, 2015
202015
Whatever is willed will be: A temporal asymmetry in attributions to will
EG Helzer, T Gilovich
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 38 (10), 1235-1246, 2012
202012
On motivated reasoning and self-belief
EG Helzer, D Dunning
Handbook of self-knowledge, 379-396, 2012
202012
Prospection by any other name? A response to Seligman et al.(2013)
J Fukukura, EG Helzer, MJ Ferguson
Perspectives on Psychological Science 8 (2), 146-150, 2013
182013
Investigating the veracity of self-perceived posttraumatic growth: A profile analysis approach to corroboration
LER Blackie, E Jayawickreme, EG Helzer, MJC Forgeard, AM Roepke
Social Psychological and Personality Science 6 (7), 788-796, 2015
132015
Causal uncertainty prompts abstract construal of behavior
EG Helzer, JA Edwards
Social Cognition 30 (5), 519-536, 2012
112012
What do we evaluate when we evaluate moral character
EG Helzer, CR Critcher
Atlas of moral psychology, 99-107, 2018
92018
Stubborn moralism and freedom of the will
DA Pizarro, EG Helzer
Free will and consciousness: How might they work, 102-120, 2010
92010
Personality science and the foundations of character.
W Fleeson, RM Furr, E Jayawickreme, EG Helzer, AG Hartley, P Meindl
Oxford University Press, 2015
82015
Once a utilitarian, consistently a utilitarian? Examining principledness in moral judgment via the robustness of individual differences
EG Helzer, W Fleeson, RM Furr, P Meindl, M Barranti
Journal of personality 85 (4), 505-517, 2017
72017
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