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Ed O'Brien
Ed O'Brien
University of Chicago Booth School of Business
Verified email at chicagobooth.edu - Homepage
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Changes in dispositional empathy in American college students over time: A meta-analysis
SH Konrath, EH O'Brien, C Hsing
Personality and Social Psychology Review 15 (2), 180-198, 2011
16372011
Empathic concern and perspective taking: Linear and quadratic effects of age across the adult life span
E O’brien, SH Konrath, D Grühn, AL Hagen
Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences …, 2013
4322013
Differences in empathic concern and perspective taking across 63 countries
WJ Chopik, E O’Brien, SH Konrath
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 48 (1), 23-38, 2017
3222017
Changes in adult attachment styles in American college students over time: A meta-analysis
SH Konrath, WJ Chopik, CK Hsing, E O’Brien
Personality and Social Psychology Review 18 (4), 326-348, 2014
2642014
More than skin deep: Visceral states are not projected onto dissimilar others
E O’Brien, PC Ellsworth
Psychological Science 23 (4), 391-396, 2012
992012
Too much experience: a desensitization bias in emotional perspective taking.
T Campbell, E O'Brien, L Van Boven, N Schwarz, P Ubel
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 106 (2), 272, 2014
972014
Easier seen than done: Merely watching others perform can foster an illusion of skill acquisition
M Kardas, E O’Brien
Psychological science 29 (4), 521-536, 2018
962018
People are slow to adapt to the warm glow of giving
E O’Brien, S Kassirer
Psychological Science 30 (2), 193-204, 2019
852019
Time crawls when you’re not having fun: Feeling entitled makes dull tasks drag on
EH O’Brien, PA Anastasio, BJ Bushman
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 37 (10), 1287-1296, 2011
772011
Saving the last for best: A positivity bias for end experiences
E O’Brien, PC Ellsworth
Psychological Science 23 (2), 163-165, 2012
682012
People use less information than they think to make up their minds
N Klein, E O’Brien
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (52), 13222-13227, 2018
672018
The tipping point of moral change: When do good and bad acts make good and bad actors?
N Klein, E O'Brien
Social cognition 34 (2), 149-166, 2016
602016
The power and limits of personal change: When a bad past does (and does not) inspire in the present.
N Klein, E O'Brien
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 113 (2), 210, 2017
572017
Happy you, healthy me? Having a happy partner is independently associated with better health in oneself.
WJ Chopik, E O'Brien
Health Psychology 36 (1), 21, 2017
542017
The implicit meaning of (my) change.
E O'Brien, M Kardas
Journal of personality and social psychology 111 (6), 882, 2016
492016
The tipping point of perceived change: Asymmetric thresholds in diagnosing improvement versus decline.
E O'Brien, N Klein
Journal of personality and social psychology 112 (2), 161, 2017
472017
Enjoy it again: Repeat experiences are less repetitive than people think.
E O'Brien
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 116 (4), 519, 2019
422019
Mapping out past and future minds: The perceived trajectory of rationality versus emotionality over time.
E O'Brien
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 144 (3), 624, 2015
392015
Easy to retrieve but hard to believe: Metacognitive discounting of the unpleasantly possible
E O’Brien
Psychological Science 24 (6), 844-851, 2013
372013
When small signs of change add up: The psychology of tipping points
E O’Brien
Current Directions in Psychological Science 29 (1), 55-62, 2020
342020
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