Johanna Peetz
Johanna Peetz
Associate Professor, Carleton University
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When does feeling moral actually make you a better person? Conceptual abstraction moderates whether past moral deeds motivate consistency or compensatory behavior
P Conway, J Peetz
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 38 (7), 907-919, 2012
2972012
The planning fallacy: Cognitive, motivational, and social origins
R Buehler, D Griffin, J Peetz
Advances in experimental social psychology 43, 1-62, 2010
1772010
So far away: The role of subjective temporal distance to future goals in motivation and behavior
J Peetz, AE Wilson, EJ Strahan
Social Cognition 27 (4), 475-495, 2009
1402009
Crimes of the past: Defensive temporal distancing in the face of past in-group wrongdoing
J Peetz, GR Gunn, AE Wilson
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 36 (5), 598-611, 2010
1222010
Is there a budget fallacy? The role of savings goals in the prediction of personal spending
J Peetz, R Buehler
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 35 (12), 1579-1591, 2009
1212009
The post-birthday world: Consequences of temporal landmarks for temporal self-appraisal and motivation.
J Peetz, AE Wilson
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 104 (2), 249, 2013
992013
The temporally extended self: The relation of past and future selves to current identity, motivation, and goal pursuit
J Peetz, AE Wilson
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 2 (6), 2090-2106, 2008
842008
Finishing on time: When do predictions influence completion times?
R Buehler, J Peetz, D Griffin
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 111 (1), 23-32, 2010
642010
Planning for the near and distant future: How does temporal distance affect task completion predictions?
J Peetz, R Buehler, A Wilson
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 46 (5), 709-720, 2010
592010
Marking time: Selective use of temporal landmarks as barriers between current and future selves
J Peetz, AE Wilson
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 40 (1), 44-56, 2014
532014
Only because I love you: Why people make and why they break promises in romantic relationships.
J Peetz, L Kammrath
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 100 (5), 887, 2011
522011
You promised you'd change: How incremental and entity theorists react to a romantic partner's promised change attempts
LK Kammrath, J Peetz
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 48 (2), 570-574, 2012
432012
Mental time travel: A conceptual overview of social psychological perspectives on a fundamental human capacity
K Epstude, J Peetz
European Journal of Social Psychology 42 (3), 269-275, 2012
402012
The impact of immersive technology on nature relatedness and pro-environmental behavior
M Soliman, J Peetz, M Davydenko
Journal of Media Psychology, 2017
362017
The future weighs heavier than the past: Collective guilt, perceived control and the influence of time
J Caouette, MJA Wohl, J Peetz
European Journal of Social Psychology 42 (3), 363-371, 2012
362012
When distance pays off: The role of construal level in spending predictions
J Peetz, R Buehler
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 48 (1), 395-398, 2012
312012
Time grows on trees: The effect of nature settings on time perception
M Davydenko, J Peetz
Journal of Environmental Psychology 54, 20-26, 2017
252017
The limits of love: Predicting immediate versus sustained caring behaviors in close relationships
LK Kammrath, J Peetz
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 47 (2), 411-417, 2011
252011
Self-regulating the effortful “social dos”.
K Cortes, LK Kammrath, AA Scholer, J Peetz
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 106 (3), 380, 2014
212014
Relationships’ best friend: links between pet ownership, empathy, and romantic relationship outcomes
A Cloutier, J Peetz
Anthrozoös 29 (3), 395-408, 2016
202016
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