Daniel Randles
Daniel Randles
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Four models of basic emotions: a review of Ekman and Cordaro, Izard, Levenson, and Panksepp and Watt
JL Tracy, D Randles
Emotion review 3 (4), 397-405, 2011
Dimensions of perfectionism, behavioral inhibition, and rumination
D Randles, GL Flett, KA Nash, ID McGregor, PL Hewitt
Personality and Individual Differences 49 (2), 83-87, 2010
Nonverbal displays of shame predict relapse and declining health in recovering alcoholics
D Randles, JL Tracy
Clinical Psychological Science 1 (2), 149-155, 2013
The common pain of surrealism and death: Acetaminophen reduces compensatory affirmation following meaning threats
D Randles, SJ Heine, N Santos
Psychological science 24 (6), 966-973, 2013
Turn-frogs and careful-sweaters: Non-conscious perception of incongruous word pairings provokes fluid compensation
D Randles, T Proulx, SJ Heine
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 47 (1), 246-249, 2011
Is dissonance reduction a special case of fluid compensation? Evidence that dissonant cognitions cause compensatory affirmation and abstraction.
D Randles, M Inzlicht, T Proulx, AM Tullett, SJ Heine
Journal of personality and social psychology 108 (5), 697, 2015
Reported self-control is not meaningfully associated with inhibition-related executive function: A Bayesian analysis
B Saunders, M Milyavskaya, A Etz, D Randles, M Inzlicht, S Vazire
Collabra: Psychology 4 (1), 2018
The nonverbal communication of emotions
JL Tracy, D Randles, CM Steckler
Current opinion in behavioral sciences 3, 25-30, 2015
Acetaminophen attenuates error evaluation in cortex
D Randles, JWY Kam, SJ Heine, M Inzlicht, TC Handy
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 11 (6), 899-906, 2016
A pre-registered naturalistic observation of within domain mental fatigue and domain-general depletion of self-control
D Randles, I Harlow, M Inzlicht
PloS one 12 (9), e0182980, 2017
Reported self-control does not meaningfully assess the ability to override impulses
B Saunders, M Milyavskaya, A Etz, D Randles, M Inzlicht
PsyArXive, August, 1-33, 2017
Experienced adversity in life is associated with polarized and affirmed political attitudes
D Randles, SJ Heine, M Poulin, RC Silver
Social Psychological and Personality Science 8 (6), 652-659, 2017
Searching for answers in an uncertain world: Meaning threats lead to increased working memory capacity
D Randles, R Benjamin, JP Martens, SJ Heine
PloS one 13 (10), e0204640, 2018
The financial cost of status signaling: Expansive postural displays are associated with a reduction in the receipt of altruistic donations
JL Tracy, CM Steckler, D Randles, E Mercadante
Evolution and Human Behavior 39 (5), 520-528, 2018
The influence of acetaminophen on task related attention
SM Jaswal, JA Granados Samayoa, JWY Kam, D Randles, SJ Heine, ...
Frontiers in neuroscience 13, 444, 2019
Randles, D., Heine, SJ, Poulin, M., & Silver, RC (2017). Experienced adversity in life is associated with polarized and affirmed political attitudes. Social Psychological and
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