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Leonard Newman
Leonard Newman
Associate Professor of Psychology, Syracuse University
Verified email at syr.edu
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Social cognition in schizophrenia.
DL Penn, PW Corrigan, RP Bentall, J Racenstein, L Newman
Psychological bulletin 121 (1), 114, 1997
8751997
How stories make sense of personal experiences: Motives that shape autobiographical narratives
RF Baumeister, LS Newman
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 20 (6), 676-690, 1994
8311994
People as flexible interpreters: Evidence and issues from spontaneous trait inference
JS Uleman, LS Newman, GB Moskowitz
Advances in experimental social psychology 28, 211-279, 1996
6021996
Self-regulation of cognitive inference and decision processes
RF Baumeister, LS Newman
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 20 (1), 3-19, 1994
4821994
Self-regulation of cognitive inference and decision processes
RF Baumeister, LS Newman
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 20 (1), 3-19, 1994
4821994
A new look at defensive projection: Thought suppression, accessibility, and biased person perception.
LS Newman, KJ Duff, RF Baumeister
Journal of personality and social psychology 72 (5), 980, 1997
2861997
Assimilation and contrast effects in spontaneous trait inference
LS Newman, JS Uleman
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 16 (2), 224-240, 1990
2491990
Social Psychological Models of Mental Illness Stigma.
V Ottati, GV Bodenhausen, LS Newman
American Psychological Association, 2005
2252005
Spontaneous trait inference
LS Newman, JS Uleman
New York: Guilford, 155-88, 1989
2141989
Why are traits inferred spontaneously? A developmental approach
LS Newman
Social cognition 9 (3), 221-253, 1991
1791991
Understanding self and other: Developmental and motivational aspects of perceiving persons in terms of invariant dispositions.
WS Rholes, LS Newman, DN Ruble
The Guilford Press, 1990
1791990
Understanding genocide: The social psychology of the Holocaust
LS Newman, R Erber
Oxford University Press, 2002
1732002
How individualists interpret behavior: Idiocentrism and spontaneous trait inference
LS Newman
Social Cognition 11 (2), 243-269, 1993
1581993
How individualists interpret behavior: Idiocentrism and spontaneous trait inference
LS Newman
Social Cognition 11 (2), 243-269, 1993
1581993
Toward an explanation of the UFO abduction phenomenon: Hypnotic elaboration, extraterrestrial sadomasochism, and spurious memories
LS Newman, RF Baumeister
Psychological Inquiry 7 (2), 99-126, 1996
1531996
When are you what you did? Behavior identification and dispositional inference in person memory, attribution, and social judgment
LS Newman, JS Uleman
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 19 (5), 513-525, 1993
1001993
Shedding light on insight: Priming bright ideas
ML Slepian, M Weisbuch, AM Rutchick, LS Newman, N Ambady
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 46 (4), 696-700, 2010
992010
Can personality traits be inferred automatically? Spontaneous inferences require cognitive capacity at encoding
JS Uleman, L Newman, L Winter
Consciousness and cognition 1 (1), 77-90, 1992
981992
When the stakes are higher: Self-esteem instability and self-handicapping
LS Newman, RF Wadas
Journal of Social Behavior and Personality 12 (1), 217, 1997
971997
Repressive coping and threat-avoidance: An idiographic Stroop study
LS Newman, LC McKinney
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 28 (3), 409-422, 2002
852002
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