Matthew Vess
Matthew Vess
Associate Professor of Psychology, Texas A&M University
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Nostalgia as a resource for the self
M Vess, J Arndt, C Routledge, C Sedikides, T Wildschut
When death is good for life: Considering the positive trajectories of terror management
KE Vail III, J Juhl, J Arndt, M Vess, C Routledge, BT Rutjens
Personality and social psychology review 16 (4), 303-329, 2012
The dynamics of death and meaning: The effects of death-relevant cognitions and personal need for structure on perceptions of meaning in life
M Vess, C Routledge, MJ Landau, J Arndt
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 97, 728-744, 2009
The nature of death and the death of nature: The impact of mortality salience on environmental concern
M Vess, J Arndt
Journal of Research in Personality 42 (5), 1376-1380, 2008
Understanding the relationship between perceived authenticity and well-being
GN Rivera, AG Christy, J Kim, M Vess, JA Hicks, RJ Schlegel
Review of General Psychology 23 (1), 113-126, 2019
The terror management of medical decisions: The effect of mortality salience and religious fundamentalism on support for faith-based medical intervention.
M Vess, J Arndt, CR Cox, C Routledge, JL Goldenberg
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology; Journal of Personality and …, 2009
Bronze is beautiful but pale can be pretty: the effects of appearance standards and mortality salience on sun-tanning outcomes.
CR Cox, DP Cooper, M Vess, J Arndt, JL Goldenberg, C Routledge
Health Psychology 28 (6), 746, 2009
Handbook of terror management theory
C Routledge, M Vess
Academic Press, 2018
Embodied metaphor and the “true” self: Priming entity expansion and protection influences intrinsic self-expressions in self-perceptions and interpersonal behavior
MJ Landau, M Vess, J Arndt, ZK Rothschild, D Sullivan, RA Atchley
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 47 (1), 79-87, 2011
Tales from existential oceans: Terror management theory and how the awareness of our mortality affects us all
J Arndt, M Vess
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 2 (2), 909-928, 2008
Blowing in the (social) wind: Implications of extrinsic esteem contingencies for terror management and health.
J Arndt, CR Cox, JL Goldenberg, M Vess, C Routledge, DP Cooper, ...
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 96 (6), 1191, 2009
To discover or to create: Metaphors and the true self
RJ Schlegel, M Vess, J Arndt
Journal of personality 80 (4), 969-993, 2012
Awe and meaning: Elucidating complex effects of awe experiences on meaning in life
GN Rivera, M Vess, JA Hicks, C Routledge
European Journal of Social Psychology 50 (2), 392-405, 2020
Straying from the righteous path and from ourselves: The interplay between perceptions of morality and self-knowledge
AG Christy, E Seto, RJ Schlegel, M Vess, JA Hicks
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 42 (11), 1538-1550, 2016
Thinking about change in the self and others: The role of self-discovery metaphors and the true self
SW Bench, RJ Schlegel, WE Davis, M Vess
Social Cognition 33 (3), 169-185, 2015
The life and death of creativity: The effects of mortality salience on self versus social-directed creative expression
C Routledge, J Arndt, M Vess, KM Sheldon
Motivation and Emotion 32, 331-338, 2008
Abstract construal levels attenuate state self-esteem reactivity
M Vess, J Arndt, RJ Schlegel
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 47 (4), 861-864, 2011
Warm thoughts: Attachment anxiety and sensitivity to temperature cues
M Vess
Psychological science 23 (5), 472-474, 2012
The reciprocal relationship between perceptions of moral goodness and knowledge of others’ true selves
AG Christy, J Kim, M Vess, RJ Schlegel, JA Hicks
Social psychological and personality science 8 (8), 910-917, 2017
An edifice for enduring personal value: A terror management perspective on the human quest for multilevel meaning.
J Arndt, MJ Landau, KE Vail III, M Vess
American Psychological Association, 2013
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