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    • Are Women the More Emotional Sex? Evidence From Emotional Experiences in Social Context 

      Barrett, Lisa Feldman; Robin, Lucy; Pietromonaco, Paula R.; Eyssell, Kristen M. (Taylor & Francis Ltd, 1998)
      The present study examined whether sex differences in emotion are related to the social context and addressed differences between global, retrospective, and on-line, momentary self-descriptions of emotional experience and ...
    • The ethics of data collection and analysis 

      Mark, Melvin M.; Eyssell, Kristen M.; Campbell, Bernadette (2004)
      This chapter focuses on ethical issues that can arise in the collection and analysis of data in evaluations. We move beyond common ethical issues in data collection and analysis, such as informed consent and coercion, to ...
    • "I couldn't have seen it coming": The impact of negative self-relevant outcomes on retrospections about foreseeability 

      Mark, Melvin M.; Boburka, Renee Reiter; Eyssell, Kristen M.; Cohen, Laurie L.; Mellor, Steven (Taylor & Francis Ltd, 2003)
      We examined a phenomenon related to hindsight bias, specifically, retrospective judgements about the foreseeability of an outcome. We predicted that negative, self-relevant outcomes would be judged as less foreseeable by ...
    • Self‐Silencing to Sexism 

      Swim, Janet; Eyssell, Kristen M.; Murdoch, Erin Quinlivan; Ferguson, Melissa J. (The Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues, 2010)
      Women's endorsement of beliefs that prioritize others’ voices over their own (i.e., self-silencing beliefs) predicted behaviorally self-silenced to everyday, interpersonal forms of sexism. Self-silencing beliefs, which are ...