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Automaticity in social-cognitive processes
JA Bargh, KL Schwader, SE Hailey, RL Dyer, EJ Boothby
Trends in cognitive sciences 16 (12), 593-605, 2012
5232012
Shared experiences are amplified
EJ Boothby, MS Clark, JA Bargh
Psychological science 25 (12), 2209-2216, 2014
4062014
Merged minds: Generalized shared reality in dyadic relationships.
M Rossignac-Milon, N Bolger, KS Zee, EJ Boothby, ET Higgins
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 120 (4), 882, 2021
1532021
The Liking Gap in Conversations: Do People Like Us More Than We Think?
E Boothby, G Cooney, G Sandstrom, M Clark
Psychological Science, 2018
1262018
Psychological distance moderates the amplification of shared experience
EJ Boothby, LK Smith, MS Clark, JA Bargh
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 42 (10), 1431-1444, 2016
1182016
Why do people avoid talking to strangers? A mini meta-analysis of predicted fears and actual experiences talking to a stranger
GM Sandstrom, EJ Boothby
Self and Identity 20 (1), 47-71, 2021
782021
The world looks better together: How close others enhance our visual experiences
EJ Boothby, LK Smith, MS Clark, JA Bargh
Personal Relationships 24 (3), 694-714, 2017
552017
Why a simple act of kindness is not as simple as it seems: Underestimating the positive impact of our compliments on others
EJ Boothby, VK Bohns
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 47 (5), 826-840, 2021
542021
A strange (r) analysis of morality: a consideration of relational context and the broader literature is needed
MS Clark, E Boothby
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 36 (1), 85, 2013
502013
Communal relational context (or lack thereof) shapes emotional lives
MS Clark, LA Armentano, EJ Boothby, JL Hirsch
Current opinion in psychology 17, 176-183, 2017
332017
The liking gap in groups and teams
AM Mastroianni, G Cooney, EJ Boothby, AG Reece
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 162, 109-122, 2021
292021
Talking to strangers: A week-long intervention reduces psychological barriers to social connection
GM Sandstrom, EJ Boothby, G Cooney
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 102, 104356, 2022
282022
16 Understanding Prosocial Behavior Requires Understanding Relational Context
MS Clark, EJ Boothby, E Clark-Polner, HT Reis
The Oxford handbook of prosocial behavior, 329, 2015
242015
Embracing complexity: A review of negotiation research
EJ Boothby, G Cooney, ME Schweitzer
Annual Review of Psychology 74, 299-332, 2023
212023
The invisibility cloak illusion: People (incorrectly) believe they observe others more than others observe them.
EJ Boothby, MS Clark, JA Bargh
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 112 (4), 589, 2017
202017
The thought gap after conversation: Underestimating the frequency of others’ thoughts about us.
G Cooney, EJ Boothby, M Lee
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 151 (5), 1069, 2022
132022
When do we feel responsible for other people’s behavior and attitudes?
VK Bohns, DA Newark, EJ Boothby
Advances in group processes, 159-179, 2018
92018
Pessimistic assessments of ability in informal conversation
C Welker, J Walker, E Boothby, T Gilovich
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 53 (7), 555-569, 2023
62023
Side by Side: How Merely Being with a Close Other Can Enhance Well-Being 1
EJ Boothby, MS Clark
Positive Psychology, 80-93, 2017
32017
liking gap
E Boothby
OSF, 2018
2018
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