Mike Prentice
Mike Prentice
Postdoctoral Researcher, Max Planck Institute
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Reactive approach motivation (RAM) for religion.
I McGregor, K Nash, M Prentice
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 99 (1), 148, 2010
Threat and defense as goal regulation: From implicit goal conflict to anxious uncertainty, reactive approach motivation, and ideological extremism.
K Nash, I McGregor, M Prentice
Journal of personality and social psychology 101 (6), 1291, 2011
Motivation for aggressive religious radicalization: Goal regulation theory and a personality× threat× affordance hypothesis
I McGregor, J Hayes, M Prentice
Frontiers in Psychology 6, 1325, 2015
Anxious uncertainty and reactive approach motivation (RAM) for religious, idealistic, and lifestyle extremes
I McGregor, M Prentice, K Nash
Journal of Social Issues 69 (3), 537-563, 2013
The experiential incompatibility of mindfulness and flow absorption
KM Sheldon, M Prentice, M Halusic
Social Psychological and Personality Science 6 (3), 276-283, 2015
Personal uncertainty management by reactive approach motivation
I McGregor, MS Prentice, KA Nash
Psychological Inquiry 20 (4), 225-229, 2009
Do some people need autonomy more than others? Implicit dispositions toward autonomy moderate the effects of felt autonomy on well‐being
J Schüler, KM Sheldon, M Prentice, M Halusic
Journal of personality 84 (1), 5-20, 2016
Neural and motivational mechanics of meaning and threat.
AM Tullett, MS Prentice, R Teper, KA Nash, M Inzlicht, I McGregor
American Psychological Association, 2013
Integrating theories of psychological needs‐as‐requirements and psychological needs‐as‐motives: A two process model
M Prentice, M Halusic, KM Sheldon
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 8 (2), 73-85, 2014
Approaching relief: Compensatory ideals relieve threat-induced anxiety by promoting approach-motivated states
I McGregor, M Prentice, K Nash
Social Cognition 30 (6), 689-714, 2012
Self‐determination theory as a foundation for personality researchers
KM Sheldon, M Prentice
Journal of personality 87 (1), 5-14, 2019
Muted neural response to distress among securely attached people
K Nash, M Prentice, J Hirsh, I McGregor, M Inzlicht
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 9 (8), 1239-1245, 2014
Pursuing eudaimonic functioning versus pursuing hedonic well-being: The first goal succeeds in its aim, whereas the second does not
KM Sheldon, M Corcoran, M Prentice
Journal of Happiness Studies 20 (3), 919-933, 2019
Matches between assigned goal-types and both implicit and explicit motive dispositions predict goal self-concordance
KM Sheldon, M Prentice, M Halusic, J Schüler
Motivation and Emotion 39 (3), 335-343, 2015
Integrating whole trait theory and self‐determination theory
M Prentice, E Jayawickreme, W Fleeson
Journal of personality 87 (1), 56-69, 2019
Priming effects on cooperative behavior in social dilemmas: Considering the prime and the person
M Prentice, KM Sheldon
The Journal of social psychology 155 (2), 163-181, 2015
Morality as a basic psychological need
M Prentice, E Jayawickreme, A Hawkins, A Hartley, RM Furr, W Fleeson
Social Psychological and Personality Science 10 (4), 449-460, 2019
Strangers in a Strange Land: Relations Between Perceptions of Others' Values and Both Civic Engagement and Cultural Estrangement
R Sanderson, M Prentice, L Wolf, N Weinstein, T Kasser, T Crompton
Frontiers in Psychology 10, 559, 2019
Rightly crossing the Rubicon: Evaluating goal self-concordance prior to selection helps people choose more intrinsic goals
KM Sheldon, M Prentice, E Osin
Journal of Research in Personality 79, 119-129, 2019
Openness to experience predicts intrinsic value shifts after deliberating one’s own death
M Prentice, T Kasser, KM Sheldon
Death studies 42 (4), 205-215, 2018
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