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Clay Routledge
Clay Routledge
Professor of Management, North Dakota State University
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Nostalgia: content, triggers, functions.
T Wildschut, C Sedikides, J Arndt, C Routledge
Journal of personality and social psychology 91 (5), 975, 2006
13862006
Nostalgia: Past, present, and future
C Sedikides, T Wildschut, J Arndt, C Routledge
Current directions in psychological science 17 (5), 304-307, 2008
6972008
The past makes the present meaningful: nostalgia as an existential resource.
C Routledge, J Arndt, T Wildschut, C Sedikides, CM Hart, J Juhl, ...
Journal of personality and social psychology 101 (3), 638, 2011
5472011
A blast from the past: The terror management function of nostalgia
C Routledge, J Arndt, C Sedikides, T Wildschut
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 44 (1), 132-140, 2008
5032008
Nostalgia as a repository of social connectedness: the role of attachment-related avoidance.
T Wildschut, C Sedikides, C Routledge, J Arndt, F Cordaro
Journal of personality and social psychology 98 (4), 573, 2010
4252010
To nostalgize: Mixing memory with affect and desire
C Sedikides, T Wildschut, C Routledge, J Arndt, EG Hepper, X Zhou
Advances in experimental social psychology 51, 189-273, 2015
3382015
A time to tan: Proximal and distal effects of mortality salience on sun exposure intentions
C Routledge, J Arndt, JL Goldenberg
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 30 (10), 1347-1358, 2004
3212004
Adjusting to death: the effects of mortality salience and self-esteem on psychological well-being, growth motivation, and maladaptive behavior.
C Routledge, B Ostafin, J Juhl, C Sedikides, C Cathey, J Liao
Journal of personality and social psychology 99 (6), 897, 2010
2872010
Nostalgia as a resource for the self
M Vess, J Arndt, C Routledge, C Sedikides, T Wildschut
Self and Identity 11 (3), 273-284, 2012
2842012
The power of the past: Nostalgia as a meaning-making resource
C Routledge, T Wildschut, C Sedikides, J Juhl, J Arndt
Memory 20 (5), 452-460, 2012
2812012
Nostalgia counteracts self‐discontinuity and restores self‐continuity
C Sedikides, T Wildschut, C Routledge, J Arndt
European Journal of Social Psychology 45 (1), 52-61, 2015
2752015
When death is good for life: Considering the positive trajectories of terror management
KE Vail III, J Juhl, J Arndt, M Vess, C Routledge, BT Rutjens
Personality and social psychology review 16 (4), 303-329, 2012
2722012
The blueprint of terror management
J Arndt, A Cook, C Routledge
Handbook of experimental existential psychology. The Guilford Press, New …, 2004
2642004
Fighting the future with the past: Nostalgia buffers existential threat
J Juhl, C Routledge, J Arndt, C Sedikides, T Wildschut
Journal of Research in Personality 44 (3), 309-314, 2010
2382010
When death thoughts lead to death fears: Mortality salience increases death anxiety for individuals who lack meaning in life
C Routledge, J Juhl
Cognition and Emotion 24 (5), 848-854, 2010
2212010
Nostalgia as enabler of self-continuity
C Sedikides, T Wildschut, L Gaertner, C Routledge, J Arndt
Self-continuity: Individual and collective perspectives, 227-239, 2008
2182008
The dynamics of death and meaning: the effects of death-relevant cognitions and personal need for structure on perceptions of meaning in life.
M Vess, C Routledge, MJ Landau, J Arndt
Journal of personality and social psychology 97 (4), 728, 2009
2162009
Nostalgia as a resource for psychological health and well‐being
C Routledge, T Wildschut, C Sedikides, J Juhl
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 7 (11), 808-818, 2013
2142013
The mnemonic mover: nostalgia regulates avoidance and approach motivation.
E Stephan, T Wildschut, C Sedikides, X Zhou, W He, C Routledge, ...
Emotion 14 (3), 545, 2014
1882014
Nostalgia fosters self-continuity: Uncovering the mechanism (social connectedness) and consequence (eudaimonic well-being).
C Sedikides, T Wildschut, WY Cheung, C Routledge, EG Hepper, J Arndt, ...
Emotion 16 (4), 524, 2016
1572016
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