Joseph Hayes
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A theoretical and empirical review of the death-thought accessibility concept in terror management research.
J Hayes, J Schimel, J Arndt, EH Faucher
Psychological bulletin 136 (5), 699, 2010
4322010
Is death really the worm at the core? Converging evidence that worldview threat increases death-thought accessibility.
J Schimel, J Hayes, T Williams, J Jahrig
Journal of personality and social psychology 92 (5), 789, 2007
3822007
Evidence for the DTA hypothesis II: Threatening self-esteem increases death-thought accessibility
J Hayes, J Schimel, EH Faucher, TJ Williams
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 44 (3), 600-613, 2008
1562008
Fighting death with death: The buffering effects of learning that worldview violators have died
J Hayes, J Schimel, TJ Williams
Psychological science 19 (5), 501-507, 2008
1062008
Motivation for aggressive religious radicalization: Goal regulation theory and a personality× threat× affordance hypothesis
I McGregor, J Hayes, M Prentice
Frontiers in Psychology 6, 1325, 2015
912015
Why bother? Death, failure, and fatalistic withdrawal from life.
J Hayes, CLP Ward, I McGregor
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 110 (1), 96, 2016
432016
The moderating role of extrinsic contingency focus on reactions to threat
T Williams, J Schimel, J Hayes, A Martens
European Journal of Social Psychology 40 (2), 300-320, 2010
422010
Worldview accommodation: Selectively modifying committed beliefs provides defense against worldview threat
J Hayes, J Schimel, TJ Williams, AL Howard, D Webber, EH Faucher
Self and Identity 14 (5), 521-548, 2015
402015
Self-esteem and autonomic physiology: Self-esteem levels predict cardiac vagal tone
A Martens, J Greenberg, JJB Allen, J Hayes, J Schimel, M Johns
Journal of Research in Personality 44 (5), 573-584, 2010
392010
Using a bug-killing paradigm to understand how social validation and invalidation affect the distress of killing
D Webber, J Schimel, A Martens, J Hayes, EH Faucher
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 39 (4), 470-481, 2013
382013
Emotion as a necessary component of threat-induced death thought accessibility and defensive compensation
D Webber, J Schimel, EH Faucher, J Hayes, R Zhang, A Martens
Motivation and Emotion 39 (1), 142-155, 2015
312015
Unintended effects of measuring implicit processes: The case of death-thought accessibility in mortality salience studies
J Hayes, J Schimel
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 74, 257-269, 2018
262018
Self‐esteem: A human solution to the problem of death
J Schimel, M Landau, J Hayes
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 2 (3), 1218-1234, 2008
232008
The effects of existential threat on reading comprehension of worldview affirming and disconfirming information
TJ Williams, J Schimel, J Hayes, EH Faucher
European Journal of Social Psychology 42 (5), 602-616, 2012
222012
A consideration of three critical hypotheses
J Schimel, J Hayes, M Sharp
Handbook of terror management theory, 1-30, 2019
122019
Praising the dead: On the motivational tendency and psychological function of eulogizing the deceased
J Hayes
Motivation and Emotion 40 (3), 375-388, 2016
122016
Following and resisting body image ideals in advertising: The moderating role of extrinsic contingency focus
TJ Williams, J Schimel, J Hayes, M Usta
Self and Identity 13 (4), 398-418, 2014
92014
Between a rock and a hard place: When affirming life reduces depression, but increases anxiety
J Hayes, C Hubley
Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology 36 (10), 860-882, 2017
62017
Giving in and giving up: Accommodation and fatalistic withdrawal as alternatives to primary control restoration.
J Hayes, I Prentice, M, McGregor
Coping with lack of control in a social world, 116-132, 2017
42017
To the victors go the existential spoils: The mental-health benefits of cultural worldview defense for people who successfully meet cultural standards and valued goals
C Hubley, J Hayes, M Harvey, S Musto
Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology 39 (4), 274-314, 2020
12020
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