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Exploring the" planning fallacy": Why people underestimate their task completion times.
R Buehler, D Griffin, M Ross
Journal of personality and social psychology 67 (3), 366, 1994
19261994
Intensity bias in affective forecasting: The role of temporal focus
R Buehler, C McFarland
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 27 (11), 1480-1493, 2001
3692001
Inside the planning fallacy: The causes and consequences of optimistic time predictions
R Buehler, D Griffin, M Ross
Heuristics and biases: The psychology of intuitive judgment, 250-270, 2002
3532002
The role of motivated reasoning in optimistic time predictions
R Buehler, D Griffin, H MacDonald
Personality and social psychology bulletin 23 (3), 238-247, 1997
3411997
The impact of negative affect on autobiographical memory: the role of self-focused attention to moods.
C McFarland, R Buehler
Journal of personality and social psychology 75 (6), 1424, 1998
2821998
Seeing future success: Does imagery perspective influence achievement motivation?
NA Vasquez, R Buehler
Personality and social psychology bulletin 33 (10), 1392-1405, 2007
2752007
People focus on optimistic scenarios and disregard pessimistic scenarios while predicting task completion times.
IR Newby-Clark, M Ross, R Buehler, DJ Koehler, D Griffin
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 6 (3), 171, 2000
2592000
Planning, personality, and prediction: The role of future focus in optimistic time predictions
R Buehler, D Griffin
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 92 (1-2), 80-90, 2003
2552003
The planning fallacy: Cognitive, motivational, and social origins
R Buehler, D Griffin, J Peetz
Advances in experimental social psychology 43, 1-62, 2010
2292010
Collective self-esteem as a moderator of the frog-pond effect in reactions to performance feedback.
C McFarland, R Buehler
Journal of personality and Social Psychology 68 (6), 1055, 1995
1951995
Negative affective states and the motivated retrieval of positive life events: The role of affect acknowledgment.
C McFarland, R Buehler
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 73 (1), 200, 1997
1471997
Is there a budget fallacy? The role of savings goals in the prediction of personal spending
J Peetz, R Buehler
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 35 (12), 1579-1591, 2009
1442009
Collaborative planning and prediction: Does group discussion affect optimistic biases in time estimation?
R Buehler, D Messervey, D Griffin
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 97 (1), 47-63, 2005
1432005
Creative remembering.
M Ross, R Buehler
Cambridge University Press, 1994
1411994
Cultural differences in affective forecasting: The role of focalism
KCH Lam, R Buehler, C McFarland, M Ross, I Cheung
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 31 (9), 1296-1309, 2005
1372005
Frequency, probability, and prediction: Easy solutions to cognitive illusions?
D Griffin, R Buehler
Cognitive psychology 38 (1), 48-78, 1999
1351999
Affective responses to social comparisons with extremely close others
C McFarland, R Buehler, L MacKay
Social cognition 19 (5), 547-586, 2001
1022001
Identity through time: Constructing personal pasts and futures
M Ross, R Buehler
Blackwell handbook of social psychology: Intraindividual processes, 518-544, 2001
1012001
Basking in projected glory: The role of subjective temporal distance in future self‐appraisal
AE Wilson, R Buehler, H Lawford, C Schmidt, AG Yong
European Journal of Social Psychology 42 (3), 342-353, 2012
952012
It's about time: Optimistic predictions in work and love
R Buehler, D Griffin, M Ross
European review of social psychology 6 (1), 1-32, 1995
941995
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