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Neal Roese
Neal Roese
SC Johnson Chair in Global Marketing, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University
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Counterfactual thinking
NJ Roese
Psychological Bulletin 121 (1), 133, 1997
21791997
The functional theory of counterfactual thinking
K Epstude, NJ Roese
Personality and social psychology review 12 (2), 168-192, 2008
12132008
The functional basis of counterfactual thinking.
NJ Roese
Journal of personality and Social Psychology 66 (5), 805, 1994
11421994
Expectancies
JM Olson, NJ Roese, MP Zanna
Guilford Press, 1996
10961996
What might have been: The social psychology of counterfactual thinking
NJ Roese, JM Olson
Erlbaum, 1995
758*1995
Hindsight bias
NJ Roese, KD Vohs
Perspectives on psychological science 7 (5), 411-426, 2012
7212012
What we regret most... and why
NJ Roese, A Summerville
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 31 (9), 1273-1285, 2005
6022005
Regulatory focus and temporal distance
GL Pennington, NJ Roese
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 39 (6), 563-576, 2003
5562003
Counterfactual thinking: The intersection of affect and function
NJ Roese, JM Olson
Advances in experimental social psychology 29, 1-59, 1997
4401997
Twenty years of bogus pipeline research: a critical review and meta-analysis
NJ Roese, DW Jamieson
Psychological bulletin 114 (2), 363, 1993
3771993
Counterfactual thinking: A critical overview
NJ Roese, JM Olson
What might have been: The social psychology of counterfactual thinking, 1-55, 1995
374*1995
Counterfactual thinking and regulatory focus: Implications for action versus inaction and sufficiency versus necessity
NJ Roese, T Hur, GL Pennington
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 77 (6), 1109, 1999
3651999
Self-report measures of individual differences in regulatory focus: A cautionary note
A Summerville, NJ Roese
Journal of research in personality 42 (1), 247-254, 2008
3382008
Counterfactuals, causal attributions, and the hindsight bias: A conceptual integration
NJ Roese, JM Olson
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 32 (3), 197-227, 1996
3281996
Expectancy
NJ Roese, JW Sherman
Social psychology: A handbook of basic principles 2, 91-115, 2007
323*2007
From what might have been to what must have been: Counterfactual thinking creates meaning.
LJ Kray, LG George, KA Liljenquist, AD Galinsky, PE Tetlock, NJ Roese
Journal of personality and social psychology 98 (1), 106-118, 2010
3052010
The structure of counterfactual thought
NJ Roese, JM Olson
Personality and social psychology bulletin 19 (3), 312-319, 1993
2951993
The functional theory of counterfactual thinking: New evidence, new challenges, new insights
NJ Roese, K Epstude
Advances in Experimental Social Psychology 56, 1-79, 2017
2852017
Outcome controllability and counterfactual thinking
NJ Roese, JM Olson
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 21 (6), 620-628, 1995
2511995
Praise for regret: People value regret above other negative emotions
C Saffrey, A Summerville, NJ Roese
Motivation and emotion 32, 46-54, 2008
2482008
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