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Neil Weinstein
Neil Weinstein
Professor Emeritus, Rutgers University
Verified email at scarletmail.rutgers.edu
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Unrealistic optimism about future life events.
ND Weinstein
Journal of personality and social psychology 39 (5), 806, 1980
80411980
Meta-analysis of the relationship between risk perception and health behavior: the example of vaccination.
NT Brewer, GB Chapman, FX Gibbons, M Gerrard, KD McCaul, ...
Health psychology 26 (2), 136, 2007
23422007
The precaution adoption process.
ND Weinstein
Health psychology 7 (4), 355, 1988
21881988
Unrealistic optimism about susceptibility to health problems: Conclusions from a community-wide sample
ND Weinstein
Journal of behavioral medicine 10, 481-500, 1987
19201987
Why it won't happen to me: perceptions of risk factors and susceptibility.
ND Weinstein
Health psychology 3 (5), 431, 1984
16701984
Optimistic biases about personal risks
ND Weinstein
Science 246 (4935), 1232-1233, 1989
15291989
Unrealistic optimism about susceptibility to health problems
ND Weinstein
Journal of behavioral medicine 5, 441-460, 1982
15281982
Testing four competing theories of health-protective behavior.
ND Weinstein
Health psychology 12 (4), 324, 1993
14841993
Stage theories of health behavior: conceptual and methodological issues.
ND Weinstein, AJ Rothman, SR Sutton
Health psychology 17 (3), 290, 1998
11161998
Culture and identity‐protective cognition: Explaining the white‐male effect in risk perception
DM Kahan, D Braman, J Gastil, P Slovic, CK Mertz
Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 4 (3), 465-505, 2007
11082007
Risk perceptions and their relation to risk behavior
NT Brewer, ND Weinstein, CL Cuite, JE Herrington
Annals of behavioral medicine 27, 125-130, 2004
10042004
Effects of personal experience on self-protective behavior.
ND Weinstein
Psychological bulletin 105 (1), 31, 1989
9541989
Unrealistic optimism: Present and future
ND Weinstein, WM Klein
Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology 15 (1), 1-8, 1996
8301996
Resistance of personal risk perceptions to debiasing interventions.
ND Weinstein, WM Klein
Health psychology 14 (2), 132, 1995
8191995
The health information national trends survey (HINTS): development, design, and dissemination
D Nelson, G Kreps, B Hesse, R Croyle, G Willis, N Arora, B Rimer, ...
Journal of health communication 9 (5), 443-460, 2004
7102004
A model of the precaution adoption process: evidence from home radon testing.
ND Weinstein, PM Sandman
Health psychology 11 (3), 170, 1992
6981992
Individual differences in reactions to noise: a longitudinal study in a college dormitory.
ND Weinstein
Journal of applied psychology 63 (4), 458, 1978
6981978
Smokers’ unrealistic optimism about their risk
ND Weinstein, SE Marcus, RP Moser
Tobacco control 14 (1), 55-59, 2005
6372005
The precaution adoption process model
ND Weinstein, PM Sandman, SJ Blalock
The Wiley encyclopedia of health psychology, 495-506, 2020
6282020
Risk perceptions: assessment and relationship to influenza vaccination.
ND Weinstein, A Kwitel, KD McCaul, RE Magnan, M Gerrard, FX Gibbons
Health Psychology 26 (2), 146, 2007
5852007
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