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Lydia Woodyatt
Lydia Woodyatt
College of Education, Psychology and Social Work, Flinders University
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Self-Forgiveness and restoration of an offender following an interpersonal transgression.
L Woodyatt, M Wenzel
Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology 32 (2), 225–259, 2013
2242013
No genuine self‐forgiveness without accepting responsibility: Value reaffirmation as a key to maintaining positive self‐regard
M Wenzel, L Woodyatt, K Hedrick
European journal of social psychology 42 (5), 617-627, 2012
1772012
A needs-based perspective on self-forgiveness: Addressing threat to moral identity as a means of encouraging interpersonal and intrapersonal restoration
L Woodyatt, M Wenzel
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 50, 125-135, 2014
1402014
Two pathways to self-forgiveness: A hedonic path via self-compassion and a eudaimonic path via the reaffirmation of violated values
L Woodyatt, M Wenzel, M Ferber
British Journal of Social Psychology, 2017
1132017
The Psychological Immune Response in the Face of Transgressions: Pseudo Self-forgiveness and Threat to Belonging
L Woodyatt, M Wenzel
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 49, 951-958, 2013
1072013
Moving beyond “shame is bad”: How a functional emotion can become problematic.
M Cibich, L Woodyatt, M Wenzel
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 10 (9), 471-483, 2016
932016
Handbook of the Psychology of Self-Forgiveness
L Woodyatt, EL Worthington Jr, M Wenzel., BJ Griffin
Springer, 2017
912017
The social psychology of whistleblowing: An integrated model
F Anvari, M Wenzel, L Woodyatt, SA Haslam
Organizational Psychology Review 9 (1), 41-67, 2019
862019
Giving hope a sporting chance: Hope as distinct from optimism when events are possible but not probable
SM Bury, M Wenzel, L Woodyatt
Motivation and Emotion, 2016
732016
Against the odds: Hope as an antecedent of support for climate change action
SM Bury, M Wenzel, L Woodyatt
British Journal of Social Psychology 59 (2), 289-310, 2020
662020
An evolutionary approach to shame-based self-criticism, self-forgiveness, and compassion
P Gilbert, L Woodyatt
Handbook of the psychology of self-forgiveness, 29-41, 2017
532017
Self-forgiveness, self-exoneration, and self-condemnation: Individual differences associated with three patterns of responding to interpersonal offenses
MA Cornish, L Woodyatt, G Morris, A Conroy, J Townsdin
Personality and Individual Differences 129, 43-53, 2018
522018
Predicting support for social action: How values, justice-related variables, discrete emotions, and outcome expectations influence support for the Stolen Generations
NT Feather, L Woodyatt, IR McKee
Motivation and Emotion 36, 516-528, 2012
492012
Orientation to the psychology of self-forgiveness
L Woodyatt, EL Worthington, M Wenzel, BJ Griffin
Handbook of the psychology of self-forgiveness, 3-16, 2017
392017
Dynamics of moral repair: Forgiveness, self-forgiveness, and the restoration of value consensus as interdependent processes
M Wenzel, L Woodyatt, TG Okimoto, EL Worthington Jr
Personality and social psychology bulletin 47 (4), 607-626, 2021
372021
Make it measurable: Assessing psychological distress, wellbeing and resilience at scale in higher education
J van Agteren, L Woodyatt, M Iasiello, J Rayner, M Kyrios
Student Success 10 (3), 1-13, 2019
322019
Working through psychological needs following transgressions to arrive at self-forgiveness
L Woodyatt, M Wenzel, M de Vel-Palumbo
Handbook of the psychology of self-forgiveness, 43-58, 2017
292017
The effects of moral/social identity threats and affirmations on psychological defensiveness following wrongdoing
M Wenzel, L Woodyatt, B McLean
British Journal of Social Psychology 59 (4), 1062-1081, 2020
262020
Testing the differential impact of an internet-based mental health intervention on outcomes of well-being and psychological distress during COVID-19: uncontrolled intervention …
J Van Agteren, K Ali, DB Fassnacht, M Iasiello, G Furber, A Howard, ...
JMIR mental health 8 (9), e28044, 2021
212021
Interpersonal Transgressions and Psychological Loss: Understanding Moral Repair as Dyadic, Reciprocal, and Interactionist
L Woodyatt, M Wenzel, T Okimoto, M Thai
Current Opinion in Psychology 44, 7-11, 2022
202022
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