Tom Pyszczynski
Tom Pyszczynski
Professor of Psychology, University of Colorado
Verified email at uccs.edu
TitleCited byYear
The causes and consequences of a need for self-esteem: A terror management theory
J Greenberg, T Pyszczynski, S Solomon
Public self and private self, 189-212, 1986
22581986
Terror management theory of self-esteem and cultural worldviews: Empirical assessments and conceptual refinements
J Greenberg, S Solomon, T Pyszczynski
Advances in experimental social psychology 29, 61-139, 1997
19501997
Evidence for terror management theory II: The effects of mortality salience on reactions to those who threaten or bolster the cultural worldview.
J Greenberg, T Pyszczynski, S Solomon, A Rosenblatt, M Veeder, ...
Journal of personality and social psychology 58 (2), 308, 1990
18691990
A terror management theory of social behavior: The psychological functions of self-esteem and cultural worldviews
S Solomon, J Greenberg, T Pyszczynski
Advances in experimental social psychology 24, 93-159, 1991
17881991
Evidence for terror management theory: I. The effects of mortality salience on reactions to those who violate or uphold cultural values.
A Rosenblatt, J Greenberg, S Solomon, T Pyszczynski, D Lyon
Journal of personality and social psychology 57 (4), 681, 1989
16201989
Why do people need self-esteem? A theoretical and empirical review.
T Pyszczynski, J Greenberg, S Solomon, J Arndt, J Schimel
Psychological bulletin 130 (3), 435, 2004
15302004
A dual-process model of defense against conscious and unconscious death-related thoughts: an extension of terror management theory.
T Pyszczynski, J Greenberg, S Solomon
Psychological review 106 (4), 835, 1999
14161999
Self-regulatory perseveration and the depressive self-focusing style: a self-awareness theory of reactive depression.
T Pyszczynski, J Greenberg
Psychological bulletin 102 (1), 122, 1987
11271987
In the wake of 9/11: The psychology of terror.
T Pyszczynski, S Solomon, J Greenberg
American Psychological Association, 2003
10772003
Role of consciousness and accessibility of death-related thoughts in mortality salience effects.
J Greenberg, T Pyszczynski, S Solomon, L Simon, M Breus
Journal of personality and social psychology 67 (4), 627, 1994
10751994
Why do people need self-esteem? Converging evidence that self-esteem serves an anxiety-buffering function.
J Greenberg, S Solomon, T Pyszczynski, A Rosenblatt, J Burling, D Lyon, ...
Journal of personality and social psychology 63 (6), 913, 1992
10011992
Terror management theory and self-esteem: Evidence that increased self-esteem reduced mortality salience effects.
E Harmon-Jones, L Simon, J Greenberg, T Pyszczynski, S Solomon, ...
Journal of personality and social psychology 72 (1), 24, 1997
9251997
Toward an integration of cognitive and motivational perspectives on social inference: A biased hypothesis-testing model
T Pyszczynski, J Greenberg
Advances in experimental social psychology 20, 297-340, 1987
8481987
Deliver us from evil: The effects of mortality salience and reminders of 9/11 on support for President George W. Bush
MJ Landau, S Solomon, J Greenberg, F Cohen, T Pyszczynski, J Arndt, ...
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 30 (9), 1136-1150, 2004
8382004
Terror management and aggression: evidence that mortality salience motivates aggression against worldview-threatening others.
HA McGregor, JD Lieberman, J Greenberg, S Solomon, J Arndt, L Simon, ...
Journal of personality and social psychology 74 (3), 590, 1998
8261998
Terror management and tolerance: Does mortality salience always intensify negative reactions to others who threaten one's worldview?
J Greenberg, L Simon, T Pyszczynski, S Solomon, D Chatel
Journal of personality and social psychology 63 (2), 212, 1992
7851992
Why do we need what we need? A terror management perspective on the roots of human social motivation
T Pyszczynski, J Greenberg, S Solomon
Psychological inquiry 8 (1), 1-20, 1997
6401997
The cultural animal
S Solomon, J Greenberg, T Pyszczynski
Handbook of experimental existential psychology 15, 2004
5952004
Suppression, accessibility of death-related thoughts, and cultural worldview defense: Exploring the psychodynamics of terror management.
J Arndt, J Greenberg, S Solomon, T Pyszczynski, L Simon
Journal of personality and social psychology 73 (1), 5, 1997
5951997
Mortality salience, martyrdom, and military might: The great Satan versus the axis of evil
T Pyszczynski, A Abdollahi, S Solomon, J Greenberg, F Cohen, D Weise
Personality and social psychology bulletin 32 (4), 525-537, 2006
5502006
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