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 Michael D. Robinson - Psychology Dictionary of Arguments
 
Michael D. Robinson (1965), American Professor of Psychology at North Dakota State University. His major works include Traits and the self: toward an integration (2009, with Constantine Sedikides), The epistemic benefits of trait-consistent mood states: an analysis of Extraversion and mood (2002, with M. Tamir and G.L. Clore), and Knowing good from bad: the paradox of Neuroticism, negative affect, and evaluative processing (2004, with M. Tamir). His fields of specialization are personality, self-regulation, automaticity, subjective well-being, and aggression.

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Author Item    More authors for concept
Robinson, Michael D. Memory   Memory
Robinson, Michael D. Personality Traits   Personality Traits
Robinson, Michael D. Self-Esteem   Self-Esteem
Robinson, Michael D. Self-Knowledge   Self-Knowledge

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Ed. Martin Schulz, access date 2024-06-20