Veronika Job
Veronika Job
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Ego depletion—Is it all in your head? Implicit theories about willpower affect self-regulation
V Job, CS Dweck, GM Walton
Psychological science 21 (11), 1686-1693, 2010
10422010
Implicit theories about willpower predict self-regulation and grades in everyday life.
V Job, GM Walton, K Bernecker, CS Dweck
Journal of personality and social psychology 108 (4), 637, 2015
1742015
Beliefs about willpower determine the impact of glucose on self-control
V Job, GM Walton, K Bernecker, CS Dweck
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (37), 14837-14842, 2013
1592013
Does self-control training improve self-control? A meta-analysis
M Friese, J Frankenbach, V Job, DD Loschelder
Perspectives on Psychological Science 12 (6), 1077-1099, 2017
1142017
Theories of willpower affect sustained learning
EM Miller, GM Walton, CS Dweck, V Job, KH Trzesniewski, SM McClure
PloS one 7 (6), e38680, 2012
842012
Get a taste of your goals: Promoting motive–goal congruence through affect‐focus goal fantasy
V Job, V Brandstätter
Journal of Personality 77 (5), 1527-1560, 2009
842009
A high implicit affiliation motive does not always make you happy: A corresponding explicit motive and corresponding behavior are further needed
J Schüler, V Job, SM Fröhlich, V Brandstätter
Motivation and Emotion 32 (3), 231-242, 2008
812008
Implicit theories about willpower predict the activation of a rest goal following self-control exertion.
V Job, K Bernecker, S Miketta, M Friese
Journal of personality and social psychology 109 (4), 694, 2015
742015
Reverse ego-depletion: Acts of self-control can improve subsequent performance in Indian cultural contexts.
K Savani, V Job
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 113 (4), 589, 2017
552017
Forgivingness and action orientation
M Allemand, V Job, S Christen, M Keller
Personality and Individual Differences 45 (8), 762-766, 2008
482008
Discrepancies between implicit and explicit motivation and unhealthy eating behavior
V Job, D Oertig, V Brandstätter, M Allemand
Journal of Personality 78 (4), 1209-1238, 2010
442010
Effects of achievement goal striving on well-being: The moderating role of the explicit achievement motive
V Job, TA Langens, V Brandstätter
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 35 (8), 983-996, 2009
432009
Motivational incongruence and well-being at the workplace: Person-job fit, job burnout, and physical symptoms
V Brandstätter, V Job, B Schulze
Frontiers in psychology 7, 1153, 2016
412016
Dealing with a ‘hidden stressor’: emotional disclosure as a coping strategy to overcome the negative effects of motive incongruence on health
J Schüler, V Job, SM Fröhlich, V Brandstätter
Stress and Health: Journal of the International Society for the …, 2009
402009
The end is (not) near: Aging, essentialism, and future time perspective.
D Weiss, V Job, M Mathias, S Grah, AM Freund
Developmental Psychology 52 (6), 996, 2016
372016
Effects of practicing self-control on academic performance.
V Job, M Friese, K Bernecker
Motivation Science 1 (4), 219, 2015
342015
Are implicit motives the need to feel certain affect? Motive–affect congruence predicts relationship satisfaction
V Job, K Bernecker, CS Dweck
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 38 (12), 1552-1565, 2012
302012
Beliefs about willpower moderate the effect of previous day demands on next day’s expectations and effective goal striving
K Bernecker, V Job
Frontiers in Psychology 6, 1496, 2015
282015
The role of deliberative versus implemental mindsets in time prediction and task accomplishment
V Brandstätter, L Giesinger, V Job, E Frank
Social Psychology, 2015
282015
Implicit theories about willpower predict subjective well‐being
K Bernecker, M Herrmann, V Brandstätter, V Job
Journal of personality 85 (2), 136-150, 2017
272017
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