Jessica Alquist
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Is there a downside to good self-control?
RF Baumeister, JL Alquist
Self and Identity 8 (2-3), 115-130, 2009
High trait self-control predicts positive health behaviors and success in weight loss
A Will Crescioni, J Ehrlinger, JL Alquist, KE Conlon, RF Baumeister, ...
Journal of health psychology 16 (5), 750-759, 2011
Determined to conform: Disbelief in free will increases conformity
JL Alquist, SE Ainsworth, RF Baumeister
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 49 (1), 80-86, 2013
Free will as advanced action control for human social life and culture
RF Baumeister, AW Crescioni, JL Alquist
Neuroethics 4 (1), 1-11, 2011
Self-regulation as a limited resource: Strength model of control and depletion
RF Baumeister, JL Alquist
Psychology of self-regulation: Cognitive, affective, and motivational …, 2009
The making of might-have-beens: Effects of free will belief on counterfactual thinking
JL Alquist, SE Ainsworth, RF Baumeister, M Daly, TF Stillman
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 41 (2), 268-283, 2015
Does emotion cause behavior (apart from making people do stupid, destructive things)
RF Baumeister, CN DeWall, KD Vohs, JL Alquist
Then a miracle occurs: Focusing on behavior in social psychological theory …, 2010
Ego depletion and the limited resource model of self-control
NL Mead, JL Alquist, RF Baumeister
Self control in society, mind, and brain, 375-388, 2010
Illusions of learning: irrelevant emotions inflate judgments of learning
RF Baumeister, JL Alquist, KD Vohs
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 28 (2), 149-158, 2015
Self‐control: limited resources and extensive benefits
J Alquist, RF Baumeister
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science 3 (3), 419-423, 2012
Personal conflict impairs performance on an unrelated self-control task: Lingering costs of uncertainty and conflict
JL Alquist, RF Baumeister, I McGregor, TJ Core, I Benjamin, DM Tice
Journal of experimental social psychology 74, 157-160, 2018
Belief in determinism increases counterfactual thinking
JL Alquist, S Ainsworth, RF Baumeister, TF Stillman, M Daly
Unpublished manuscript, 2010
Born fat: The relations between weight changeability beliefs and health behaviors and physical health
MC Parent, JL Alquist
Health Education & Behavior 43 (3), 337-346, 2016
Self-control and addiction.
JL Alquist, RF Baumeister
American Psychological Association, 2012
Eyes on the prize: The longitudinal benefits of goal focus on progress toward a weight loss goal
KE Conlon, J Ehrlinger, RP Eibach, AW Crescioni, JL Alquist, MA Gerend, ...
Journal of experimental social psychology 47 (4), 853-855, 2011
Greater clarity with consilience: testing causal models across methodological approaches
AK Littlefield, JL Alquist
European Journal of Personality 28 (4), 394-395, 2014
What You Don't Know Can Hurt You: Uncertainty Depletes Self-Control Resources
JL Alquist
What you don’t know can hurt you: Uncertainty depletes self-regulatory resources
J Alquist, R Baumeister, D Tice
ACR North American Advances, 2012
Exposure to negative stereotypes impairs older adults’ self-control
JL Alquist, MM Price, D Hancock, AE Talley, K Cukrowicz
Self and Identity 18 (2), 217-226, 2019
Thwarted Interpersonal Needs and Suicide Ideation Distress Among Psychiatric Inpatients: The Moderating Role of Criminal Associates
SM Mitchell, KC Cukrowicz, JF Roush, SL Brown, JL Alquist, AD Bolaņos, ...
International journal of offender therapy and comparative criminology 63 (12 …, 2019
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