Katharina Bernecker
Katharina Bernecker
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Implicit theories about willpower predict self-regulation and grades in everyday life.
V Job, GM Walton, K Bernecker, CS Dweck
Journal of personality and social psychology 108 (4), 637, 2015
Beliefs about willpower determine the impact of glucose on self-control
V Job, GM Walton, K Bernecker, CS Dweck
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (37), 14837-14842, 2013
Implicit theories about willpower predict the activation of a rest goal following self-control exertion.
V Job, K Bernecker, S Miketta, M Friese
Journal of personality and social psychology 109 (4), 694, 2015
Avoidance orientation and the escalation of negative communication in intimate relationships.
M Kuster, K Bernecker, S Backes, V Brandstätter, FW Nussbeck, ...
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 109 (2), 262, 2015
The process of disengagement from personal goals: Reciprocal influences between the experience of action crisis and appraisals of goal desirability and attainability
M Ghassemi, K Bernecker, M Herrmann, V Brandstätter
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 43 (4), 524-537, 2017
Effects of practicing self-control on academic performance.
V Job, M Friese, K Bernecker
Motivation Science 1 (4), 219, 2015
Implicit theories about willpower predict subjective well‐being
K Bernecker, M Herrmann, V Brandstätter, V Job
Journal of personality 85 (2), 136-150, 2017
Assessing implicit motives with an online version of the picture story exercise
K Bernecker, V Job
Motivation and Emotion 35 (3), 251-266, 2011
Beliefs about willpower moderate the effect of previous day demands on next day’s expectations and effective goal striving
K Bernecker, V Job
Frontiers in Psychology 6, 1496, 2015
Are implicit motives the need to feel certain affect? Motive–affect congruence predicts relationship satisfaction
V Job, K Bernecker, CS Dweck
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 38 (12), 1552-1565, 2012
Beliefs about willpower are related to therapy adherence and psychological adjustment in patients with type 2 diabetes
K Bernecker, V Job
Basic and Applied Social Psychology 37 (3), 188-195, 2015
Autonomous goal striving promotes a nonlimited theory about willpower
V Sieber, L Flückiger, J Mata, K Bernecker, V Job
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 45 (8), 1295-1307, 2019
Monitoring pronouns in conflicts
M Neysari, G Bodenmann, MR Mehl, K Bernecker, FW Nussbeck, ...
GeroPsych, 2016
Implicit theories about willpower in resisting temptations and emotion control
K Bernecker, V Job
Zeitschrift für Psychologie, 2017
Mindset theory
K Bernecker, V Job
Social Psychology in Action, 179-191, 2019
Approach and avoidance relationship goals and couples’ nonverbal communication during conflict
K Bernecker, M Ghassemi, V Brandstätter
European Journal of Social Psychology 49 (3), 622-636, 2019
Experience, resistance, and enactment of desires: Differential relationships with trait measures predicting self-control
K Bernecker, V Job, W Hofmann
Journal of Research in Personality 76, 92-101, 2018
Beyond self-control: mechanisms of hedonic goal pursuit and its relevance for well-being
K Bernecker, D Becker
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 0146167220941998, 2020
Temporal dynamics of couples’ communication behaviors in conflict discussions: A longitudinal analysis
L Leuchtmann, A Milek, K Bernecker, FW Nussbeck, S Backes, M Martin, ...
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 36 (9), 2937-2960, 2019
Too exhausted to go to bed: Implicit theories about willpower and stress predict bedtime procrastination
K Bernecker, V Job
British Journal of Psychology 111 (1), 126-147, 2020
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