Rimma Teper
Rimma Teper
Course Lecturer, University of Toronto
Verified email at mail.utoronto.ca
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Inside the mindful mind: How mindfulness enhances emotion regulation through improvements in executive control
R Teper, ZV Segal, M Inzlicht
Current Directions in Psychological Science 22 (6), 449-454, 2013
5302013
Meditation, mindfulness and executive control: the importance of emotional acceptance and brain-based performance monitoring
R Teper, M Inzlicht
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 8 (1), 85-92, 2013
3952013
Exploring the mechanisms of self-control improvement
M Inzlicht, L Legault, R Teper
Current Directions in Psychological Science 23 (4), 302-307, 2014
1322014
Religious zeal and the uncertain self
I McGregor, R Haji, KA Nash, R Teper
Basic and Applied Social Psychology 30 (2), 183-188, 2008
1242008
Are we more moral than we think? Exploring the role of affect in moral behavior and moral forecasting
R Teper, M Inzlicht, E Page-Gould
Psychological Science 22 (4), 553-558, 2011
832011
How emotions shape moral behavior: Some answers (and questions) for the field of moral psychology
R Teper, CB Zhong, M Inzlicht
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 9 (1), 1-14, 2015
632015
Mindful acceptance dampens neuroaffective reactions to external and rewarding performance feedback.
R Teper, M Inzlicht
Emotion 14 (1), 105, 2014
512014
Neural and motivational mechanics of meaning and threat.
AM Tullett, MS Prentice, R Teper, KA Nash, M Inzlicht, I McGregor
American Psychological Association, 2013
392013
People overestimate their willingness to reject potential romantic partners by overlooking their concern for other people
S Joel, R Teper, G MacDonald
Psychological science 25 (12), 2233-2240, 2014
322014
Mindfulness, compassion, and prosocial behaviour
P Condon
Mindfulness in social psychology, 124-138, 2017
312017
Confronting threats to meaning: A new framework for understanding responses to unsettling events
AM Tullett, R Teper, M Inzlicht
Perspectives on Psychological Science 6 (5), 447-453, 2011
292011
Understanding the process of moralization: How eating meat becomes a moral issue.
M Feinberg, C Kovacheff, R Teper, Y Inbar
Journal of personality and social psychology 117 (1), 50, 2019
282019
Errors in moral forecasting: perceptions of affect shape the gap between moral behaviors and moral forecasts
R Teper, AM Tullett, E Page-Gould, M Inzlicht
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 41 (7), 887-900, 2015
232015
Active transgressions and moral elusions: Action framing influences moral behavior
R Teper, M Inzlicht
Social Psychological and Personality Science 2 (3), 284-288, 2011
202011
How mindfulness enhances self-control
N Elkins-Brown, R Teper, M Inzlicht
Mindfulness in social psychology, 65-78, 2017
172017
Do Moral Action and Moral Prediction Go Hand in Hand? Exploring Morality as a Function of Self-regulation
R Teper
22009
STRESS AND MORAL BEHAVIOR
E Page-Gould, S Goel, R Teper
PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY 52, S4-S4, 2015
2015
Errors in moral forecasting: The importance of affect for the relationship between moral behaviours and moral forecasts
R Teper
2014
Why we might be more moral than we think: The Importance of Emotion for Moral Action and Moral Forecasting
R Teper, M Inzlicht, E Page-Gould
Jury Expert 24, 13, 2012
2012
Trait mindfulness dampens neuroaffective reactions to external and rewarding performance feedback
R Teper, M Inzlicht
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