James Wirth
James Wirth
Associate Professor of Psychology - The Ohio State University at Newark
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Many Labs 3: Evaluating participant pool quality across the academic semester via replication
CR Ebersole, OE Atherton, AL Belanger, HM Skulborstad, JM Allen, ...
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 67, 68-82, 2016
Relieving symptoms in cancer: innovative use of art therapy
N Nainis, JA Paice, J Ratner, JH Wirth, J Lai, S Shott
Journal of pain and symptom management 31 (2), 162-169, 2006
Eye gaze as relational evaluation: Averted eye gaze leads to feelings of ostracism and relational devaluation
JH Wirth, DF Sacco, K Hugenberg, KD Williams
Personality and social psychology bulletin 36 (7), 869-882, 2010
They don't like our kind': Consequences of being ostracized while possessing a group membership
JH Wirth, KD Williams
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 12 (1), 111-127, 2009
The consequences of pain: The social and physical pain overlap on psychological responses
P Riva, JH Wirth, KD Williams
European Journal of Social Psychology 41 (6), 681-687, 2011
When do we ostracize?
ED Wesselmann, JH Wirth, JB Pryor, GD Reeder, KD Williams
Social Psychological and Personality Science 4 (1), 108-115, 2013
The role of gender in mental-illness stigma: A national experiment
JH Wirth, GV Bodenhausen
Psychological Science 20 (2), 169-173, 2009
Chronic social exclusion and evidence for the resignation stage: An empirical investigation
P Riva, L Montali, JH Wirth, S Curioni, KD Williams
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 34 (4), 541-564, 2017
The world in black and white: Ostracism enhances the categorical perception of social information
DF Sacco, JH Wirth, K Hugenberg, Z Chen, KD Williams
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 47 (4), 836-842, 2011
Dial a feeling: Detecting moderation of affect decline during ostracism
ED Wesselmann, JH Wirth, DK Mroczek, KD Williams
Personality and individual differences 53 (5), 580-586, 2012
Use of herbal therapies to relieve pain: a review of efficacy and adverse effects
JH Wirth, JC Hudgins, JA Paice
Pain Management Nursing 6 (4), 145-167, 2005
When social pain is not automatic: Personality disorder traits buffer ostracism’s immediate negative impact
JH Wirth, DR Lynam, KD Williams
Journal of Research in Personality 44 (3), 397-401, 2010
When pain does not heal: The common antecedents and consequences of chronic social and physical pain
P Riva, ED Wesselmann, JH Wirth, AR Carter-Sowell, KD Williams
Basic and Applied Social Psychology 36 (4), 329-346, 2014
Evidence that gender differences in social dominance orientation result from gendered self-stereotyping and group-interested responses to patriarchy
MT Schmitt, JH Wirth
Psychology of Women Quarterly 33 (4), 429-436, 2009
Decisions in the face of known risks: Ostracism increases risky decision-making
MT Buelow, JH Wirth
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 69, 210-217, 2017
Excluded by laughter: Laughing until it hurts someone else
SV Klages, JH Wirth
The Journal of Social Psychology 154 (1), 8-13, 2014
Expectations of social inclusion and exclusion
ED Wesselmann, JH Wirth, MJ Bernstein
Frontiers in Psychology 8, 112, 2017
The role of burden and deviation in ostracizing others
ED Wesselmann, JH Wirth, JB Pryor, GD Reeder, KD Williams
The Journal of social psychology 155 (5), 483-496, 2015
Ostracizing group members who can (or cannot) control being burdensome
ED Wesselmann, KD Williams, JH Wirth
Human Ethology Bulletin 29 (2), 82-103, 2014
Methods for investigating social exclusion
JH Wirth
Social exclusion: Psychological approaches to understanding and reducing its …, 2016
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