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TitleAuthor(s)Issue DateViews
 
2016
171
 
The body is in pain, so is the mind
Proceeding/Conference:Annual Conference of the Hong Kong Psychological Society
2010
42
 
2015
50
 
2017
12
 
2015
41
Entitled to more: social exclusion triggers unethical behavior
Proceeding/Conference:84th Annual Meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association 2012 Program
2012
61
 
Feeling entitled to more: ostracism increases dishonest behavior
Proceeding/Conference:17th General Meeting of the European Association of Social Psychology, EASP 2014
2014
45
 
Feeling entitled to more: Ostracism increases dishonest behavior
Journal:Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin
2013
61
 
How Does the Source of Rejection Perceive Innocent Victims?
Journal:The Journal of Social Psychology
2015
30
 
Individualizing moral foundations moderate the relationship between chronic ostracism and dishonesty
Proceeding/Conference:Annual Convention of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, SPSP 2016
2016
23
It's a just world: ostracism people are perceived as unethical
Proceeding/Conference:24th APS Annual Convention 2012
2012
33
 
Monetary reminders boost the objectification of social targets
Proceeding/Conference:Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science (APS)
2015
49
 
Money and relationships: When and why thinking about money leads people to approach others
Journal:Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes
2016
30
 
Ostracism triggers suicidal thoughts
Proceeding/Conference:International Congress on Interpersonal Acceptance and Rejection, ISIPAR 2016
2016
14
 
The quest for personal-relational equilibrium: anti- versus pro-social responses to ostracism
Proceeding/Conference:General Meeting of the European Association for Social Psychology
2011
76
 
The quest for personal-relational equilibrium: anti- versus pro-social responses to ostracism
Proceeding/Conference:Annual Conference of the Hong Kong Psychological Society
2010
36
 
2014
119
 
Self-compassion decreases acceptance of own immoral behaviors
Journal:Personality and Individual Differences
2017
6
 
2015
46
 
2016
47