Keith Markman
Keith Markman
Associate Professor of Psychology, Ohio University
Verified email at ohio.edu
TitleCited byYear
The mental simulation of better and worse possible worlds
KD Markman, I Gavanski, SJ Sherman, MN McMullen
Journal of experimental social psychology 29 (1), 87-109, 1993
6421993
A reflection and evaluation model of comparative thinking
KD Markman, MN McMullen
Personality and Social Psychology Review 7 (3), 244-267, 2003
3832003
Multiple explanation: A consider-an-alternative strategy for debiasing judgments.
ER Hirt, KD Markman
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 69 (6), 1069, 1995
3001995
Handbook of imagination and mental simulation
KD Markman, WMP Klein, JA Suhr
Psychology Press, 2009
2152009
The impact of perceived control on the imagination of better and worse possible worlds
KD Markman, I Gavanski, SJ Sherman, MN McMullen
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 21 (6), 588-595, 1995
1951995
Implications of counterfactual structure for creative generation and analytical problem solving
KD Markman, MJ Lindberg, LJ Kray, AD Galinsky
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 33 (3), 312-324, 2007
1802007
Gender differences in attitudes toward gay men and lesbians: The role of motivation to respond without prejudice
JJ Ratcliff, GD Lassiter, KD Markman, CJ Snyder
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 32 (10), 1325-1338, 2006
1502006
Counterfactual thinking, persistence, and performance: A test of the reflection and evaluation model
KD Markman, MN McMullen, RA Elizaga
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 44 (2), 421-428, 2008
1372008
Activating a mental simulation mind-set through generation of alternatives: Implications for debiasing in related and unrelated domains
ER Hirt, FR Kardes, KD Markman
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 40 (3), 374-383, 2004
1372004
Living in neither the best nor worst of all possible worlds: Antecedents and consequences of upward and downward counterfactual thinking
MN McMullen, KD Markman, I Gavanski
What might have been: The social psychology of counterfactual thinking, 133-167, 1995
1301995
Downward counterfactuals and motivation: The wake-up call and the Pangloss effect
MN McMullen, KD Markman
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 26 (5), 575-584, 2000
1192000
What we regret most are lost opportunities: A theory of regret intensity
DR Beike, KD Markman, F Karadogan
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 35 (3), 385-397, 2009
1152009
Self-blame among sexual assault victims prospectively predicts revictimization: A perceived sociolegal context model of risk
AK Miller, KD Markman, IM Handley
Basic and Applied Social Psychology 29 (2), 129-136, 2007
1142007
Depression, control, and counterfactual thinking: Functional for whom?
KD Markman, AK Miller
Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology 25 (2), 210-227, 2006
1042006
‘I couldn't have known’: accountability, foreseeability and counterfactual denials of responsibility
KD Markman, PE Tetlock
British Journal of Social Psychology 39 (3), 313-325, 2000
982000
Psychological momentum: Intuitive physics and naive beliefs
KD Markman, CL Guenther
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 33 (6), 800-812, 2007
952007
Accountability and close-call counterfactuals: The loser who nearly won and the winner who nearly lost
KD Markman, PE Tetlock
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 26 (10), 1213-1224, 2000
832000
Affective impact of close counterfactuals: Implications of possible futures for possible pasts
MN McMullen, KD Markman
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 38 (1), 64-70, 2002
772002
The psychology of meaning.
KD Markman, TE Proulx, MJ Lindberg
American Psychological Association, 2013
762013
Social prediction and the “allegiance bias”
KD Markman, ER Hirt
Social Cognition 20 (1), 58-86, 2002
712002
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