Stephanie S. Spielmann, Ph.D.
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Settling for less out of fear of being single.
SS Spielmann, G MacDonald, JA Maxwell, S Joel, D Peragine, A Muise, ...
Journal of personality and social psychology 105 (6), 1049, 2013
1352013
On the rebound: Focusing on someone new helps anxiously attached individuals let go of ex-partners
SS Spielmann, G Macdonald, AE Wilson
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 35 (10), 1382-1394, 2009
772009
The independent contributions of social reward and threat perceptions to romantic commitment.
J Gere, G MacDonald, S Joel, SS Spielmann, EA Impett
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 105 (6), 961, 2013
422013
Don’t get your hopes up: Avoidantly attached individuals perceive lower social reward when there is potential for intimacy
SS Spielmann, JA Maxwell, G MacDonald, PL Baratta
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 39 (2), 219-236, 2013
422013
Insecure attachment predicts ambivalent social threat and reward perceptions in romantic relationships
G MacDonald, KD Locke, SS Spielmann, S Joel
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 30 (5), 647-661, 2013
402013
Ex appeal: Current relationship quality and emotional attachment to ex-partners
SS Spielmann, S Joel, G MacDonald, A Kogan
Social Psychological and Personality Science 4 (2), 175-180, 2013
352013
Social threat, social reward, and regulation of investment in romantic relationships
SS Spielmann, G MacDonald, JL Tackett
Personal Relationships 19 (4), 601-622, 2012
342012
Longing for ex‐partners out of fear of being single
SS Spielmann, G MacDonald, S Joel, EA Impett
Journal of personality 84 (6), 799-808, 2016
262016
Attachment theory as a framework for understanding responses to social exclusion
JA Maxwell, SS Spielmann, S Joel, G MacDonald
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 7 (7), 444-456, 2013
222013
Hospital unit safety climate: Relationship with nurses' adherence to recommended use of facial protective equipment
M Rozenbojm, K Nichol, S Spielmann, DL Holness
American Journal of Infection Control 43, 115-120, 2015
202015
Workplace screening for hand dermatitis: a pilot study
K Nichol, R Copes, S Spielmann, K Kersey, J Eriksson, DL Holness
Occupational Medicine 66 (1), 46-49, 2016
112016
Repetitive neonatal pain and reduced maternal care alter brain neurochemistry
SM Mooney‐Leber, SS Spielmann, S Brummelte
Developmental Psychobiology 60 (8), 963-974, 2018
82018
How interdependent are stay/leave decisions? On staying in the relationship for the sake of the romantic partner.
S Joel, EA Impett, SS Spielmann, G MacDonald
Journal of personality and social psychology 115 (5), 805, 2018
82018
Defensive avoidance of social pain via perceptions of social threat and reward.
G MacDonald, TK Borsook, SS Spielmann
American Psychological Association, 2011
82011
Pursuing sex with an ex: Does it hinder breakup recovery?
SS Spielmann, S Joel, EA Impett
Archives of sexual behavior 48 (3), 691-702, 2019
52019
Nice guys finish first when presented second: Responsive daters are evaluated more positively following exposure to unresponsive daters
SS Spielmann, G MacDonald
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 64, 99-105, 2016
52016
Distinguishing dismissing from fearful attachment in the association between closeness and commitment
Y Park, A Debrot, SS Spielmann, S Joel, E Impett, G MacDonald
Social Psychological and Personality Science 10 (4), 563-572, 2019
32019
Motivated use of numerical anchors for judgments relevant to the self
S Joel, SS Spielmann, G MacDonald
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 43 (7), 972-985, 2017
32017
The predictive effects of fear of being single on physical attractiveness and less selective partner selection strategies
SS Spielmann, JA Maxwell, G MacDonald, D Peragine, EA Impett
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 37 (1), 100-123, 2020
22020
Lack of Intimacy Prospectively Predicts Breakup
Y Park, EA Impett, SS Spielmann, S Joel, G MacDonald
Social Psychological and Personality Science, 1948550620929499, 2020
2020
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