Nicholas J. Kelley
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The impact of rumination on aggressive thoughts, feelings, arousal, and behaviour
WC Pedersen, TF Denson, RJ Goss, EA Vasquez, NJ Kelley, N Miller
British Journal of Social Psychology 50 (2), 281-301, 2011
972011
When anger leads to rumination: Induction of relative right frontal cortical activity with transcranial direct current stimulation increases anger-related rumination
NJ Kelley, R Hortensius, E Harmon-Jones
Psychological Science 24 (4), 475-481, 2013
502013
Thinking about death reduces delay discounting
NJ Kelley, BJ Schmeichel
PloS One 10 (12), e0144228, 2015
472015
Lashing out after stewing over public insults: The effects of public provocation, provocation intensity, and rumination on triggered displaced aggression
EA Vasquez, WC Pedersen, BJ Bushman, NJ Kelley, P Demeestere, ...
Aggressive behavior 39 (1), 13-29, 2013
382013
Beyond the FRN: Broadening the time-course of EEG and ERP components implicated in reward processing
JE Glazer, NJ Kelley, N Pornpattananangkul, VA Mittal, R Nusslock
International Journal of Psychophysiology 132, 184-202, 2018
352018
The relationship of approach/avoidance motivation and asymmetric frontal cortical activity: A review of studies manipulating frontal asymmetry
NJ Kelley, R Hortensius, DJLG Schutter, E Harmon-Jones
International Journal of Psychophysiology 119, 19-30, 2017
332017
Jealousy increased by induced relative left frontal cortical activity.
NJ Kelley, PW Eastwick, E Harmon-Jones, BJ Schmeichel
Emotion 15 (5), 550, 2015
262015
Motivating the academic mind: High-level construal of academic goals enhances goal meaningfulness, motivation, and self-concordance
WE Davis, NJ Kelley, J Kim, D Tang, JA Hicks
Motivation and Emotion 40 (2), 193-202, 2016
222016
Trait approach motivation moderates the aftereffects of self-control
A Crowell, NJ Kelley, BJ Schmeichel
Frontiers in psychology 5, 1112, 2014
152014
Noninvasive stimulation over the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex facilitates the inhibition of motivated responding.
NJ Kelley, BJ Schmeichel
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 2016
132016
Mortality salience biases attention to positive versus negative images among individuals higher in trait self-control
NJ Kelley, D Tang, BJ Schmeichel
Cognition & emotion 28 (3), 550-559, 2014
132014
Disgust sensitivity predicts defensive responding to mortality salience.
NJ Kelley, AL Crowell, D Tang, E Harmon-Jones, BJ Schmeichel
Emotion 15 (5), 590, 2015
122015
The effects of negative emotions on sensory perception: fear but not anger decreases tactile sensitivity
NJ Kelley, BJ Schmeichel
Frontiers in psychology 5, 942, 2014
122014
Emotions and meaning in life: A motivational perspective
D Tang, NJ Kelley, JA Hicks, E Harmon-Jones
The experience of meaning in life, 117-128, 2013
122013
Cerebellar transcranial direct current stimulation improves procedural learning in nonclinical psychosis: a double-blind crossover study
T Gupta, DJ Dean, NJ Kelley, JA Bernard, I Ristanovic, VA Mittal
Schizophrenia Bulletin, 2017
102017
Transcranial direct current stimulation, symptomatology, and cognition in psychosis: a qualitative review
T Gupta, NJ Kelley, A Pelletier-Baldelli, VA Mittal
Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 12, 94, 2018
72018
Reappraisal and suppression emotion-regulation tendencies differentially predict reward-responsivity and psychological well-being
NJ Kelley, JE Glazer, N Pornpattananangkul, R Nusslock
Biological Psychology 140, 35-47, 2019
52019
Mortality salience increases personal optimism among individuals higher in trait self-control
NJ Kelley, BJ Schmeichel
Motivation and Emotion 39 (6), 926-931, 2015
52015
Stimulating Self-Regulation: A review of non-invasive brain stimulation studies of goal-directed behavior
NJ Kelley, A Galucci, P Riva, LJ Romero-Lauro, B Schmeichel
Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 12, 337, 2018
42018
After-effects of self-control: The reward responsivity hypothesis
NJ Kelley, AJ Finley, BJ Schmeichel
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 19 (3), 600-618, 2019
32019
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