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Timothy D. Ritchie, Professor, Chair
Timothy D. Ritchie, Professor, Chair
Saint Xavier University, Department of Psychology
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Odyssey's end: lay conceptions of nostalgia reflect its original Homeric meaning.
EG Hepper, TD Ritchie, C Sedikides, T Wildschut
Emotion 12 (1), 102, 2012
3842012
The balanced inventory of desirable responding short form (BIDR-16)
CM Hart, TD Ritchie, EG Hepper, JE Gebauer
Sage Open 5 (4), 2158244015621113, 2015
2582015
Pancultural nostalgia: prototypical conceptions across cultures.
EG Hepper, T Wildschut, C Sedikides, TD Ritchie, YF Yung, N Hansen, ...
Emotion 14 (4), 733, 2014
2182014
The effectiveness of psychodramatic techniques: A meta-analysis.
DA Kipper, TD Ritchie
Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice 7 (1), 13, 2003
1842003
Self-concept clarity mediates the relation between stress and subjective well-being
TD Ritchie, C Sedikides, T Wildschut, J Arndt, Y Gidron
Self and Identity 10 (4), 493-508, 2011
1782011
Why people rehearse their memories: Frequency of use and relations to the intensity of emotions associated with autobiographical memories
WR Walker, JJ Skowronski, JA Gibbons, RJ Vogl, TD Ritchie
Memory 17 (7), 760-773, 2009
1672009
Zeroing in on heroes: a prototype analysis of hero features.
EL Kinsella, TD Ritchie, ER Igou
Journal of personality and social psychology 108 (1), 114, 2015
1622015
Event self-importance, event rehearsal, and the fading affect bias in autobiographical memory
TD Ritchie, JJ Skowronski, SE Wood, WR Walker, RJ Vogl, JA Gibbons
Self and identity 5 (02), 172-195, 2006
1502006
Lay perspectives on the social and psychological functions of heroes
EL Kinsella, TD Ritchie, ER Igou
Frontiers in psychology 6, 130, 2015
1242015
The fading affect bias in the context of emotion activation level, mood, and personal theories of emotion change
T Ritchie, JJ Skowronski, J Hartnett, B Wells, WR Walker
Memory 17 (4), 428-444, 2009
982009
A pancultural perspective on the fading affect bias in autobiographical memory
TD Ritchie, TJ Batteson, A Bohn, MT Crawford, GV Ferguson, RW Schrauf, ...
Memory 23 (2), 278-290, 2015
712015
Treatment noncompliance in randomized experiments: statistical approaches and design issues.
BJ Sagarin, SG West, A Ratnikov, WK Homan, TD Ritchie, EJ Hansen
Psychological methods 19 (3), 317, 2014
602014
A Brief History of Lay and Academic Perspectives
EL Kinsella, TD Ritchie, ER Igou
Handbook of heroism and heroic leadership 19, 2016
492016
Factors in paper-and-pencil and computer reading score differences at the primary grades
M Pomplun, T Ritchie, M Custer
Educational Assessment 11 (2), 127-143, 2006
492006
On boredom and perceptions of heroes: a meaning-regulation approach to heroism
G Coughlan, ER Igou, WAP Van Tilburg, EL Kinsella, TD Ritchie
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 59 (4), 455-473, 2019
402019
Developing and validating the “composite measure of problem behaviors”
J Kingston, S Clarke, T Ritchie, B Remington
Journal of clinical psychology 67 (7), 736-751, 2011
402011
Emotions experienced at event recall and the self: Implications for the regulation of self-esteem, self-continuity and meaningfulness
TD Ritchie, C Sedikides, JJ Skowronski
Memory 24 (5), 577-591, 2016
392016
Affective responses to self-defining autobiographical events
TD Ritchie, JJ Skowronski, S Cadogan, C Sedikides
Self and identity 13 (5), 513-534, 2014
392014
Positive state mindfulness: A multidimensional model of mindfulness in relation to positive experience
TD Ritchie, FB Bryant
International Journal of Wellbeing 2 (3), 2012
392012
Perceived change in the affect associated with dreams: The fading affect bias and its moderators.
TD Ritchie, JJ Skowronski
Dreaming 18 (1), 27, 2008
382008
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