Jacob Juhl
Jacob Juhl
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TitleCited byYear
The past makes the present meaningful: Nostalgia as an existential resource.
C Routledge, J Arndt, T Wildschut, C Sedikides, CM Hart, J Juhl, ...
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 101 (3), 638, 2011
3502011
The power of the past: Nostalgia as a meaning-making resource
C Routledge, T Wildschut, C Sedikides, J Juhl, J Arndt
Memory 20 (5), 452-460, 2012
1832012
Adjusting to death: the effects of mortality salience and self-esteem on psychological well-being, growth motivation, and maladaptive behavior.
C Routledge, B Ostafin, J Juhl, C Sedikides, C Cathey, J Liao
Journal of personality and social psychology 99 (6), 897, 2010
1802010
Fighting the future with the past: Nostalgia buffers existential threat
J Juhl, C Routledge, J Arndt, C Sedikides, T Wildschut
Journal of Research in Personality 44 (3), 309-314, 2010
1662010
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
1612012
When death thoughts lead to death fears: Mortality salience increases death anxiety for individuals who lack meaning in life
C Routledge, J Juhl
Cognition and Emotion 24 (5), 848-854, 2010
1222010
Nostalgia as a resource for psychological health and well‐being
C Routledge, T Wildschut, C Sedikides, J Juhl
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 7 (11), 808-818, 2013
1212013
Exploring the effects of self-esteem and mortality salience on proximal and distally measured death anxiety: A further test of the dual process model of terror management
AA Abeyta, J Juhl, C Routledge
Motivation and Emotion 38 (4), 523-528, 2014
492014
Looking back to move forward: Nostalgia as a psychological resource for promoting relationship goals and overcoming relationship challenges.
AA Abeyta, C Routledge, J Juhl
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 109 (6), 1029, 2015
482015
Finding meaning in one's past: Nostalgia as an existential resource.
C Routledge, C Sedikides, T Wildschut, J Juhl
American Psychological Association, 2013
472013
Putting the terror in terror management theory: Evidence that the awareness of death does cause anxiety and undermine psychological well-being
J Juhl, C Routledge
Current Directions in Psychological Science 25 (2), 99-103, 2016
422016
Structured terror: Further exploring the effects of mortality salience and personal need for structure on worldview defense
J Juhl, C Routledge
Journal of personality 78 (3), 969-990, 2010
402010
The creative spark of death: The effects of mortality salience and personal need for structure on creativity
C Routledge, J Juhl
Motivation and Emotion 36 (4), 478-482, 2012
372012
Death and design: The terror management function of teleological beliefs
WE Davis, J Juhl, C Routledge
Motivation and Emotion 35 (1), 98-104, 2011
302011
The effects of nostalgia and avoidant attachment on relationship satisfaction and romantic motives
J Juhl, EC Sand, C Routledge
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 29 (5), 661-670, 2012
292012
Finding meaning through emotional understanding: Emotional clarity predicts meaning in life and adjustment to existential threat
AA Abeyta, C Routledge, J Juhl, MD Robinson
Motivation and Emotion 39 (6), 973-983, 2015
282015
Divergent reactions to the terror of terrorism: Personal need for structure moderates the effects of terrorism salience on worldview-related attitudinal rigidity
C Routledge, J Juhl, M Vess
Basic and Applied Social Psychology 32 (3), 243-249, 2010
282010
Who uses groups to transcend the limits of the individual self? Exploring the effects of interdependent self-construal and mortality salience on investment in social groups
C Routledge, J Juhl, M Vess, C Cathey, J Liao
Social Psychological and Personality Science 4 (4), 483-491, 2013
272013
Mortality salience increases death-anxiety for individuals low in personal need for structure
C Routledge, J Juhl, M Vess
Motivation and Emotion 37 (2), 303-307, 2013
242013
Using the past to promote a peaceful future: Nostalgia proneness mitigates existential threat induced nationalistic self-sacrifice.
C Routledge, J Juhl, A Abeyta, C Roylance
Social Psychology 45 (5), 339, 2014
182014
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