Boris Egloff
Boris Egloff
Professor, Personality Psychology and Psychological Assessment, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei uni-mainz.de
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The social consequences of expressive suppression.
EA Butler, B Egloff, FH Wlhelm, NC Smith, EA Erickson, JJ Gross
Emotion 3 (1), 48, 2003
13672003
Facebook profiles reflect actual personality, not self-idealization
MD Back, JM Stopfer, S Vazire, S Gaddis, SC Schmukle, B Egloff, ...
Psychological Science 21 (3), 372-374, 2010
13512010
Investigations with a German version of the positive and negative affect schedule (PANAS)
HW Krohne, B Egloff, CW Kohlmann, A Tausch
1247*1996
Stability and change of personality across the life course: The impact of age and major life events on mean-level and rank-order stability of the Big Five.
J Specht, B Egloff, SC Schmukle
Journal of personality and social psychology 101 (4), 862, 2011
8642011
Predictive validity of an implicit association test for assessing anxiety.
B Egloff, SC Schmukle
Journal of personality and social psychology 83 (6), 1441, 2002
7272002
Why are narcissists so charming at first sight? Decoding the narcissism–popularity link at zero acquaintance.
MD Back, SC Schmukle, B Egloff
Journal of personality and social psychology 98 (1), 132, 2010
4742010
Predicting actual behavior from the explicit and implicit self-concept of personality.
MD Back, SC Schmukle, B Egloff
Journal of personality and social psychology 97 (3), 533, 2009
3722009
Spontaneous emotion regulation during evaluated speaking tasks: associations with negative affect, anxiety expression, memory, and physiological responding.
B Egloff, SC Schmukle, LR Burns, A Schwerdtfeger
Emotion 6 (3), 356, 2006
3372006
The relationship between positive and negative affect in the Positive and Negative Affect Schedule
SC Schmukle, B Egloff, LR Burns
Journal of Research in Personality 36 (5), 463-475, 2002
1922002
Facets of dynamic positive affect: differentiating joy, interest, and activation in the positive and negative affect schedule (PANAS).
B Egloff, SC Schmukle, LR Burns, CW Kohlmann, M Hock
Journal of personality and social psychology 85 (3), 528, 2003
1822003
Interactive effects of state anxiety and trait anxiety on emotional Stroop interference
B Egloff, M Hock
Personality and Individual Differences 31 (6), 875-882, 2001
1532001
Temporal stability of the implicit association test-anxiety
B Egloff, A Schwerdtfeger, SC Schmukle
Journal of Personality Assessment 84 (1), 82-88, 2005
1462005
How extraverted is honey. bunny77@ hotmail. de? Inferring personality from e-mail addresses
MD Back, SC Schmukle, B Egloff
Journal of Research in Personality 42 (4), 1116-1122, 2008
1372008
A closer look at first sight: Social relations lens model analysis of personality and interpersonal attraction at zero acquaintance
MD Back, SC Schmukle, B Egloff
European Journal of Personality 25 (3), 225-238, 2011
1302011
Does the Implicit Association Test for assessing anxiety measure trait and state variance?
SC Schmukle, B Egloff
European Journal of Personality 18 (6), 483-494, 2004
1242004
Gender differences in implicit and explicit anxiety measures
B Egloff, SC Schmukle
Personality and Individual Differences 36 (8), 1807-1815, 2004
1222004
Relationships between time of day, day of the week, and positive mood: Exploring the role of the mood measure
B Egloff, A Tausch, CW Kohlmann, HW Krohne
Motivation and emotion 19 (2), 99-110, 1995
1201995
A latent state-trait analysis of implicit and explicit personality measures
SC Schmukle, B Egloff
European Journal of Psychological Assessment 21 (2), 100-107, 2005
1192005
Becoming friends by chance
MD Back, SC Schmukle, B Egloff
Psychological Science 19 (5), 439, 2008
1162008
Investigating risk factors for internet gaming disorder: a comparison of patients with addictive gaming, pathological gamblers and healthy controls regarding the big five …
KW Müller, ME Beutel, B Egloff, K Wölfling
European addiction research 20 (3), 129-136, 2014
1152014
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