Katie E Garrison
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Embodying power: A preregistered replication and extension of the power pose effect
KE Garrison, D Tang, BJ Schmeichel
Social Psychological and Personality Science 7 (7), 623-630, 2016
592016
Ego depletion reduces attention control: Evidence from two high-powered preregistered experiments
KE Garrison, AJ Finley, BJ Schmeichel
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 45 (5), 728-739, 2019
522019
Effects of emotional content on working memory capacity
KE Garrison, BJ Schmeichel
Cognition and Emotion 33 (2), 370-377, 2019
212019
Effects of prior mental effort on picture processing: An ERP investigation
KE Garrison, AL Crowell, AJ Finley, BJ Schmeichel
Psychophysiology 54 (11), 1714-1725, 2017
122017
Not merely experiential: Unconscious thought can be rational
KE Garrison, IM Handley
Frontiers in psychology 8, 1096, 2017
112017
Higher trait self-control is associated with less intense visceral states
CL Baldwin, AJ Finley, KE Garrison, AL Crowell, BJ Schmeichel
Self and Identity 18 (5), 576-588, 2019
82019
Getting over it: Working memory capacity and affective responses to stressful events in daily life.
KE Garrison, BJ Schmeichel
Emotion, 2020
32020
Meta-analysis of the relationship between frontal EEG asymmetry and approach/avoidance motivation
K Garrison, C Baldwin, B Schmeichel, E Harmon-Jones
Psychophysiology 55, S57-S57, 2018
32018
Electrocortical Effects of Acetaminophen during Emotional Picture Viewing, Cognitive Control, and Negative Feedback
KE Garrison, JB McDonald, AL Crowell, NJ Kelley, BJ Schmeichel
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 21 (2), 390-400, 2021
12021
Making memorable choices: Cognitive control and the self-choice effect in memory
C Baldwin, KE Garrison, RF Baumeister, BJ Schmeichel
Self and Identity, 1-24, 2021
2021
The Influence of Performance Incentives on Subjective Experiences of Mental Effort
KE Garrison
2020
GREATER BLOOD PRESSURE REACTIVITY DURING AN EFFORTFUL TASK IS ASSOCIATED WITH ENHANCED PERFORMANCE MONITORING
C Baldwin, A Finley, K Garrison, D Tang, B Schmeichel
PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY 56, S101-S101, 2019
2019
DOES INCIDENTAL COGNITIVE PROCESSING INFLUENCE SUBSEQUENT EMOTIONAL RESPONDING AND THE LPP?
A Finley, C Baldwin, K Garrison, B Schmeichel
PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY 56, S80-S80, 2019
2019
ACETAMINOPHEN DOES NOT REDUCE PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES TO CONFLICT, ERROR PROCESSING, AND NEGATIVE FEEDBACK
K Garrison, A Finley, C Baldwin, B Schmeichel
PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY 56, S79-S79, 2019
2019
Psychophysiological effects of acetaminophen during emotional responding, cognitive control, and negative feedback
K Garrison, J McDonald, N Kelley, A Crowell, B Schmeichel
Psychopharmacology, 2019
2019
The Emotional Toolkit: Lessons from the Science of Emotion
HC Lench, CL Baldwin, D An, KE Garrison
The Function of Emotions, 253-261, 2018
2018
INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN INHIBITORY CONTROL PREDICT LPP MODULATION BY COGNITIVE REAPPRAISAL
C Baldwin, K Garrison, A Finley, B Schmeichel
PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY 54, S83-S83, 2017
2017
EFFECTS OF PRIOR MENTAL EFFORT ON ATTENTION TO EMOTIONAL IMAGES: AN ERP INVESTIGATION
B Schmeichel, A Finley, A Crowell, K Garrison
PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY 54, S41-S41, 2017
2017
AFTER-EFFECTS SELF CONTROL ON ERPS TO ACOUSTIC STARTLE PROBES DURING EMOTIONAL IMAGES
AJ Finley, KE Garrison, AL Crowell, BJ Schmeichel
PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY 53, S20-S20, 2016
2016
THE EFFECTS OF ACETAMINOPHEN ON THE LATE POSITIVE POTENTIAL DURING PASSIVE IMAGE VIEWING
KE Garrison, JB McDonald, AL Crowell, NJ Kelley, BJ Schmeichel
PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY 53, S90-S90, 2016
2016
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