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Repetitive regret, depression, and anxiety: Findings from a nationally representative survey
NJ Roese, KAI Epstude, F Fessel, M Morrison, R Smallman, ...
Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology 28 (6), 671-688, 2009
2332009
Counterfactual thinking facilitates behavioral intentions
R Smallman, NJ Roese
Journal of experimental social psychology 45 (4), 845-852, 2009
2102009
It's what's inside that counts: The role of counterfactual content in intention formation
R Smallman
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 49 (5), 842-851, 2013
592013
Learning from yesterday's mistakes to fix tomorrow's problems: When functional counterfactual thinking and psychological distance collide
R Smallman, KC McCulloch
European journal of social psychology 42 (3), 383-390, 2012
562012
Schizophrenia involves impairment in the activation of intentions by counterfactual thinking
NJ Roese, S Park, R Smallman, C Gibson
Schizophrenia Research 103 (1-3), 343, 2008
452008
Beliefs in moral luck: When and why blame hinges on luck
HC Lench, D Domsky, R Smallman, KE Darbor
British Journal of Psychology 106 (2), 272-287, 2015
412015
Do episodic counterfactual thoughts focus on controllable action?: The role of self-initiation
NJ Roese, R Smallman, K Epstude
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 73, 14-23, 2017
392017
Counterfactual thought in reasoning and performance
R Smallman, A Summerville
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 12 (4), e12376, 2018
382018
Free will, counterfactual reflection, and the meaningfulness of life events
E Seto, JA Hicks, WE Davis, R Smallman
Social Psychological and Personality Science 6 (3), 243-250, 2015
372015
Preferences for expressing preferences: People prefer finer evaluative distinctions for liked than disliked objects
R Smallman, B Becker, NJ Roese
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 52, 25-31, 2014
342014
Motivated perception of probabilistic information
HC Lench, R Smallman, KE Darbor, SW Bench
Cognition 133 (2), 429-442, 2014
312014
An investigation on using serious gaming to study human decision-making in engineering contexts
SD Vermillion, RJ Malak, R Smallman, B Becker, M Sferra, S Fields
Design Science 3, e15, 2017
282017
A study on outcome framing and risk attitude in engineering decisions under uncertainty
SD Vermillion, RJ Malak, R Smallman, J Linsey
Journal of mechanical design 137 (8), 084501, 2015
232015
Improving workplace safety by thinking about what might have been: A first look at the role of counterfactual thinking
Y He, SC Payne, X Yao, R Smallman
Journal of safety research 72, 153-164, 2020
192020
Preference invites categorization
R Smallman, NJ Roese
Psychological Science 19 (12), 1228-1232, 2008
192008
Power and categorization: Power increases the number and abstractness of categories
PK Smith, R Smallman, DD Rucker
Social Psychological and Personality Science 7 (3), 281-289, 2016
172016
The implications of counterfactual mind-sets for the functioning of implementation intentions
KC McCulloch, R Smallman
Motivation and Emotion 38, 635-644, 2014
152014
Motivational differences in seeking out evaluative categorization information
R Smallman, B Becker
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 43 (7), 1020-1032, 2017
132017
Using counterfactual thinking theory to change alcohol protective behavioural strategy use intentions
AN De Leon, RD Dvorak, R Smallman, K Arthur, C Piercey
British Journal of Health Psychology 27 (1), 159-178, 2022
102022
Motivated by us but not by them: Group membership influences the impact of counterfactual thinking on behavioral intentions
RJ Walker, R Smallman, A Summerville, JC Deska
Social Cognition 34 (4), 286-305, 2016
92016
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