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    1. Salwen, MB; Dupagne, M
      Third-person perception of television violence: The role of self-perceivedknowledge

      MEDIA PSYCHOLOGY
    2. Park, E; Scherer, CW; Glynn, CJ
      Community involvement and risk perception at personal and societal levels

      HEALTH RISK & SOCIETY
    3. Helweg-Larsen, M; Shepperd, JA
      Do moderators of the optimistic bias affect personal or target risk estimates? A review of the literature

      PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY REVIEW
    4. Lipkus, IM; Biradavolu, M; Fenn, K; Keller, P; Rimer, BK
      Informing women about their breast cancer risks: Truth and consequences

      HEALTH COMMUNICATION
    5. Bowling, A; Ebrahim, S
      Measuring patients' preferences for treatment and perceptions of risk

      QUALITY IN HEALTH CARE
    6. Gold, RS; Skinner, MJ
      Gay men's estimates of the likelihood of HIV transmission in sexual behaviours

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF STD & AIDS
    7. de Meza, D; Webb, DC
      Advantageous selection in insurance markets

      RAND JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS
    8. Hatfield, J; Job, RFS
      Optimism bias about environmental degradation: The role of the range of impact of precautions

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
    9. Kos, JM; Clarke, VA
      Is optimistic bias influenced by control or delay?

      HEALTH EDUCATION RESEARCH
    10. Bramwell, R; Carter, D
      An exploration of midwives' and obstetricians' knowledge of genetic screening in pregnancy and their perception of appropriate counselling

      MIDWIFERY
    11. Martini, TS; Dion, KL
      Developmental expectations of personal change for the self and others

      BASIC AND APPLIED SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
    12. Alicke, MD; Vredenburg, DS; Hiatt, M; Govorun, O
      The "better than myself effect"

      MOTIVATION AND EMOTION
    13. Klein, WMP
      Post hoc construction of self-performance and other performance in self-serving social comparison

      PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY BULLETIN
    14. Blanton, H; Axsom, D; McClive, KP; Price, S
      Pessimistic bias in comparative evaluations: A case of perceived vulnerability to the effects of negative life events

      PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY BULLETIN
    15. Wild, TC; Cunningham, J
      Psychosocial determinants of perceived vulnerability to harm among adult drinkers

      JOURNAL OF STUDIES ON ALCOHOL
    16. Ferguson, E; Frankis, J
      Sex and sexual orientation: The effect of group membership on individuals'judgments about self and others' HIV risk

      JOURNAL OF HOMOSEXUALITY
    17. Cook, PA; Bellis, MA
      Knowing the risk: relationships between risk behaviour and health knowledge

      PUBLIC HEALTH
    18. Chang, EC; Asakawa, K; Sanna, LJ
      Cultural variations in optimistic and pessimistic bias: Do easterners really expect the worst and westerners really expect the best when predicting future life events?

      JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
    19. Heine, SJ
      Self as cultural product: An examination of East Asian and North American selves

      JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY
    20. Eiser, JR; Pahl, S; Prins, YRA
      Optimism, pessimism, and the direction of self-other comparisons

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
    21. Powell, JL; Matacin, ML; Stuart, AE
      Body esteem: An exception to self-enhancing illusions?

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
    22. Gladstone, G; Parker, G
      Depressogenic cognitive schemas: enduring beliefs or mood state artefacts?

      AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRY
    23. Holzner, B; Kemmler, G; Kopp, M; Dachs, E; Kaserbacher, R; Spechtenhauser, B; Vogel, W; Sperner-Unterweger, B
      Preoperative expectations and postoperative quality of life in liver transplant survivors

      ARCHIVES OF PHYSICAL MEDICINE AND REHABILITATION
    24. Schneider, SL
      In search of realistic optimism - Meaning, knowledge, and warm fuzziness

      AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGIST
    25. Barsky, AJ; Ahern, DK; Bailey, ED; Saintfort, R; Liu, EB; Peekna, HM
      Hypochondriacal patients' appraisal of health and physical risks

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRY
    26. Nurius, PS
      Risk perception for acquaintance sexual aggression: A social-cognitive perspective

      AGGRESSION AND VIOLENT BEHAVIOR
    27. de Ridder, D; Schreurs, K; Bensing, J
      The relative benefits of being optimistic: Optimism as a coping resource in multiple sclerosis and Parkinson's disease

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY
    28. Renner, B; Knoll, N; Schwarzer, R
      Age and body make a difference in optimistic health beliefs and nutrition behaviors

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE
    29. Atwood, LE; Major, AM
      Optimism, pessimism, and communication behavior in response to an earthquake prediction

      PUBLIC UNDERSTANDING OF SCIENCE
    30. Myers, LB; Reynolds, D
      How optimistic are repressors? The relationship between repressive coping,controllability, self-esteem and comparative optimism for health-related events

      PSYCHOLOGY & HEALTH
    31. Ostroff, JS; Hay, JL; Schantz, SP; Maher, MM
      A survey of smoking status and cancer risk perceptions among participants attending a hospital-based head and neck screening program

      PSYCHOLOGY & HEALTH
    32. Martin, AJ; Berenson, KR; Griffing, S; Sage, RE; Madry, L; Bingham, LE; Primm, BJ
      The process of leaving an abusive relationship: The role of risk assessments and decision-certainty

      JOURNAL OF FAMILY VIOLENCE
    33. Weinstein, ND; Lyon, JE; Rothman, AJ; Cuite, CL
      Changes in perceived vulnerability following natural disaster

      JOURNAL OF SOCIAL AND CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
    34. Albery, IP; Strang, J; Gossop, M; Griffiths, P
      Illicit drugs and driving: prevalence, beliefs and accident involvement among a cohort of current out-of-treatment drug users

      DRUG AND ALCOHOL DEPENDENCE
    35. Moore, JE
      Why is this happening? A causal attribution approach to work exhaustion consequences

      ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT REVIEW
    36. Wenglert, L; Rosen, AS
      Measuring optimism-pessimism from beliefs about future events

      PERSONALITY AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES
    37. Van der Zee, K; Buunk, B; Sanderman, R; Botke, G; van den Bergh, F
      Social comparison and coping with cancer treatment

      PERSONALITY AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES
    38. Niven, D
      The other side of optimism: High expectations and the rejection of status quo politics

      POLITICAL BEHAVIOR
    39. Arabsheibani, G; de Meza, D; Maloney, J; Pearson, B
      And a vision appeared unto them of a great profit: evidence of self-deception among the self-employed

      ECONOMICS LETTERS
    40. Ey, S; Klesges, LM; Patterson, SM; Hadley, W; Barnard, M; Alpert, BS
      Racial differences in adolescents' perceived vulnerability to disease and injury

      JOURNAL OF BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE
    41. O'Brien, A; Fries, E; Bowen, D
      The effect of accuracy of perceptions of dietary-fat intake on perceived risk and intentions to change

      JOURNAL OF BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE
    42. Smalec, JL; Klingle, RS
      Bulimia interventions via interpersonal influence: The role of threat and efficacy in persuading bulimics to seek help

      JOURNAL OF BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE
    43. Endo, Y; Heine, SJ; Lehman, DR
      Culture and positive illusions in close relationships: How my relationships are better than yours

      PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY BULLETIN
    44. Paton, D; Smith, L; Johnston, DM
      Volcanic hazards: Risk perception and preparedness

      NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY
    45. Chapin, JR
      Third-person perception and optimistic bias among urban minority at-risk youth

      COMMUNICATION RESEARCH
    46. Alba, JW; Hutchinson, JW
      Knowledge calibration: What consumers know and what they think they know

      JOURNAL OF CONSUMER RESEARCH
    47. Harris, P; Middleton, W; Joiner, R
      The typical student as an in-group member: eliminating optimistic bias by reducing social distance

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
    48. Prentice, RA
      The case of the irrational auditor: A behavioral insight into securities fraud litigation

      NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW
    49. Shepperd, JA; Findley-Klein, C; Kwavnick, KD; Walker, D; Perez, S
      Bracing for loss

      JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
    50. Whaley, AL
      Differential risk perceptions for unintended pregnancy, STDs, and HIV/AIDSamong urban adolescents: Some preliminary findings

      JOURNAL OF GENETIC PSYCHOLOGY
    51. Peiser, W; Peter, J
      Third-person perception of television-viewing behavior

      JOURNAL OF COMMUNICATION
    52. Wilcox, S; King, AC
      Self-favoring bias for physical activity in middle-aged and older adults

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
    53. Millar, MG; Millar, KU
      Promoting safe driving behaviors: The influence of message framing and issue involvement

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
    54. Yasuda, A; Sato, A
      Is unrealistic optimism really adaptive?: A negative aspect of repressors'optimism

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
    55. Korobkin, RB; Ulen, TS
      Law and behavioral science: Removing the rationality assumption from law and economics

      CALIFORNIA LAW REVIEW
    56. Hayakawa, H; Fischbeck, PS; Fischhoff, B
      Traffic accident statistics and risk perceptions in Japan and the United States

      ACCIDENT ANALYSIS AND PREVENTION
    57. Weinstein, ND; Lyon, JE
      Mindset, optimistic bias about personal risk and health-protective behaviour

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY
    58. Sultan, S; Bureau, B
      Which optimism in health psychology?

      EUROPEAN REVIEW OF APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY-REVUE EUROPEENNE DE PSYCHOLOGIE APPLIQUEE
    59. Lipkus, IM; Crawford, Y; Fenn, K; Biradavolu, M; Binder, RA; Marcus, A; Mason, M
      Testing different formats for communicating colorectal cancer risk

      JOURNAL OF HEALTH COMMUNICATION
    60. Chandler, CC; Greening, L; Robison, LJ; Stoppelbein, L
      It can't happen to me ... or can it? Conditional base rates affect subjective probability judgments

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-APPLIED
    61. Lipkus, IM; Iden, D; Terrenoire, J; Feaganes, JR
      Relationships among breast cancer concern, risk perceptions, and interest in genetic testing for breast cancer susceptibility among African-American women with and without a family history of breast cancer

      CANCER EPIDEMIOLOGY BIOMARKERS & PREVENTION
    62. Whaley, AL
      Preventing the high-risk sexual behavior of adolescents: Focus on HIV AIDStransmission, unintended pregnancy, or both?

      JOURNAL OF ADOLESCENT HEALTH
    63. Alicke, MD
      Self-orientations in self and social judgment

      PSYCHOLOGICAL INQUIRY
    64. Leigh, BC
      Peril, chance, adventure: concepts of risk, alcohol use and risky behaviorin young adults

      ADDICTION
    65. van der Zee, KI; Buunk, BP; Sanderman, R; Botke, G; van den Bergh, F
      The big five and identification-contrast processes in social comparison inadjustment to cancer treatment

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY
    66. Vollrath, M; Knoch, D; Cassano, L
      Personality, risky health behaviour, and perceived susceptibility to health risks

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY
    67. Eitel, P; Friend, R
      Reducing denial and sexual risk behaviors in college students: A comparison of a cognitive and a motivational approach

      ANNALS OF BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE
    68. Raats, MM; Sparks, P; Geekie, MA; Shepherd, R
      The effects of providing personalized dietary feedback. A semi-computerized approach

      PATIENT EDUCATION AND COUNSELING
    69. Mattson, M
      Toward a reconceptualization of communication cues to action in the healthbelief model: HIV test counseling

      COMMUNICATION MONOGRAPHS
    70. Astrom, AN; Awadia, AK; Bjorvatn, K
      Perceptions of susceptibility to oral health hazards: a study of women in different cultures

      COMMUNITY DENTISTRY AND ORAL EPIDEMIOLOGY
    71. Klein, WMP
      Justifying optimistic predictions with minimally diagnostic information under conditions of outcome dependency

      BASIC AND APPLIED SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
    72. Helweg-Larsen, M
      (The lack of) optimistic biases in response to the 1994 Northridge earthquake: The role of personal experience

      BASIC AND APPLIED SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
    73. Chua, FJ; Job, RFS
      Event-specific versus unitary causal accounts of optimism bias

      JOURNAL OF BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE
    74. Levin, PF
      Test of the fishbein and ajzen models as predictors of health care workers' glove use

      RESEARCH IN NURSING & HEALTH
    75. Aspinwall, LG; Richter, L
      Optimism and self-mastery predict more rapid disengagement from unsolvabletasks in the presence of alternatives

      MOTIVATION AND EMOTION
    76. Heine, SJ; Lehman, DR
      Culture, self-discrepancies, and self-satisfaction

      PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY BULLETIN
    77. Klar, Y; Giladi, EE
      Are most people happier than their peers, or are they just happy?

      PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY BULLETIN
    78. Henriksen, L; Flora, JA
      Third-person perception and children - Perceived impact of pro- and anti-smoking ads

      COMMUNICATION RESEARCH
    79. Eveland, WP; Nathanson, AI; Detenber, BH; McLeod, DM
      Rethinking the social distance corollary - Perceived likelihood of exposure and the third-person perception.

      COMMUNICATION RESEARCH
    80. Shah, DV; Faber, RJ; Youn, S
      Susceptibility and severity - Perceptual dimensions underlying the third-person effect

      COMMUNICATION RESEARCH
    81. Cacioppo, JT
      Emotion

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF PSYCHOLOGY
    82. Heine, SJ; Lehman, DR; Markus, HR; Kitayama, S
      Is there a universal need for positive self-regard?

      PSYCHOLOGICAL REVIEW
    83. Schweizer, K; Beck-Seyffer, A; Schneider, R
      Cognitive bias of optimism and its influence on psychological well-being

      PSYCHOLOGICAL REPORTS
    84. Shepherd, R
      Social determinants of food choice

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NUTRITION SOCIETY
    85. Hanson, JD; Kysar, DA
      Taking behavioralism seriously: The problem of market manipulation

      NEW YORK UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW
    86. Kruger, J; Dunning, D
      Unskilled and unaware of it: How difficulties in recognizing one's own incompetence lead to inflated self-assessments

      JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
    87. Kruger, J
      Lake Wobegon be gone! The "Below-average effect" and the egocentric natureof comparative ability judgments

      JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
    88. Cacioppo, JT; Gardner, WL; Berntson, GG
      The affect system has parallel and integrative processing components: Formfollows function

      JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
    89. Duck, JM; Hogg, MA; Terry, DJ
      Social identity and perceptions of media persuasion: Are we always less influenced than others?

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
    90. Horswill, MS; McKenna, FP
      The effect of perceived control on risk taking

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
    91. Hanson, JD; Kysar, DA
      Taking behavioralism seriously: Some evidence of market manipulation

      HARVARD LAW REVIEW
    92. VANDERPLIGT J
      PERCEIVED RISK AND VULNERABILITY AS PREDICTORS OF PRECAUTIONARY BEHAVIOR

      British journal of health psychology
    93. HAHN A; RENNER B
      PERCEPTION OF HEALTH RISKS - HOW SMOKER STATUS AFFECTS DEFENSIVE OPTIMISM

      Anxiety, stress, and coping
    94. HENSON KD; LONGSHORE D; KOWALEWSKI MR; ANGLIN MD; ANNON K
      PERCEIVED AIDS RISK AMONG ADULT ARRESTEE INJECTION-DRUG USERS IN LOS-ANGELES-COUNTY

      AIDS education and prevention
    95. ZUCKERMAN A; CHAIKEN S
      A HEURISTIC-SYSTEMATIC PROCESSING ANALYSIS OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF PRODUCT WARNING LABELS

      Psychology & marketing
    96. KLEINKE CL; MILLER WF
      HOW COMPARING ONESELF FAVORABLY WITH OTHERS RELATES TO WELL-BEING

      Journal of social and clinical psychology
    97. Korobkin, R
      Determining health care rights from behind a veil of ignorance

      UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS LAW REVIEW
    98. PEAY MY; PEAY ER
      THE EVALUATION OF MEDICAL SYMPTOMS BY PATIENTS AND DOCTORS

      Journal of behavioral medicine
    99. TAYLOR KM; SHEPPERD JA
      BRACING FOR THE WORST - SEVERITY, TESTING, AND FEEDBACK TIMING AS MODERATORS OF THE OPTIMISTIC BIAS

      Personality & social psychology bulletin
    100. RUGGIERO KM; MAJOR BN
      GROUP STATUS AND ATTRIBUTIONS TO DISCRIMINATION - ARE LOW-STATUS OR HIGH-STATUS GROUP MEMBERS MORE LIKELY TO BLAME THEIR FAILURE ON DISCRIMINATION

      Personality & social psychology bulletin


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