Michael Inzlicht mainly investigates Social psychology, Cognitive psychology, Developmental psychology, Self-control and Stereotype threat. Social psychology is often connected to Perception in his work. His Cognitive psychology study incorporates themes from Affect, Personality psychology, Cognition, Stroop effect and Mindfulness.
His Developmental psychology study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Arousal. His study in the fields of Ego depletion under the domain of Self-control overlaps with other disciplines such as Resource depletion. The study incorporates disciplines such as Test, Situational ethics, Stereotype and Social cognition in addition to Stereotype threat.
Michael Inzlicht mainly focuses on Social psychology, Cognitive psychology, Self-control, Cognition and Developmental psychology. Social psychology connects with themes related to Perception in his study. His Cognitive psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Error-related negativity, Affect, Electroencephalography, Stroop effect and Control.
In the subject of general Self-control, his work in Ego depletion is often linked to Resource, thereby combining diverse domains of study. Many of his research projects under Cognition are closely connected to Control with Control, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. In his study, Pedagogy is inextricably linked to Coping, which falls within the broad field of Developmental psychology.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Cognition, Cognitive psychology, Social psychology, Control and Empathy. His work deals with themes such as Test, Perception and Self-control, which intersect with Cognition. His studies deal with areas such as Misattribution of arousal, Construct, Multinomial distribution and Priming as well as Cognitive psychology.
His Social psychology research focuses on Ego depletion in particular. His Control research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Affect, Mental effort and Computational model. His work in Empathy addresses issues such as Feeling, which are connected to fields such as Action, Social connectedness, Content and Altruism.
His primary areas of investigation include Social psychology, Cognition, Ego depletion, Cognitive psychology and Self-control. His Social psychology study typically links adjacent topics like Repeated measures design. Michael Inzlicht combines subjects such as Control, Perception and Computational model with his study of Cognition.
The Ego depletion study combines topics in areas such as Replication crisis, Social psychology and Skepticism. His work carried out in the field of Cognitive psychology brings together such families of science as Scale, Construct, Association and Stroop effect. Michael Inzlicht interconnects Systems theory, DUAL and Human–computer interaction in the investigation of issues within Self-control.
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Improving adolescents' standardized test performance: An intervention to reduce the effects of stereotype threat
Catherine Good;Joshua Aronson;Michael Inzlicht.
Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology (2003)
What Is Ego Depletion? Toward a Mechanistic Revision of the Resource Model of Self-Control
Michael Inzlicht;Brandon J. Schmeichel.
Perspectives on Psychological Science (2012)
A threatening intellectual environment: why females are susceptible to experiencing problem-solving deficits in the presence of males.
Michael Inzlicht;Talia Ben-Zeev.
Psychological Science (2000)
Why self-control seems (but may not be) limited.
Michael Inzlicht;Brandon J. Schmeichel;C. Neil Macrae.
Trends in Cognitive Sciences (2014)
Stigma as ego depletion: how being the target of prejudice affects self-control.
Michael Inzlicht;Linda McKay;Joshua Aronson.
Psychological Science (2006)
Inside the Mindful Mind How Mindfulness Enhances Emotion Regulation Through Improvements in Executive Control
Rimma Teper;Zindel V. Segal;Michael Inzlicht.
Current Directions in Psychological Science (2013)
Stereotype Threat and Executive Resource Depletion: Examining the Influence of Emotion Regulation
Michael Johns;Michael Inzlicht;Toni Schmader.
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General (2008)
Emotional foundations of cognitive control
Michael Inzlicht;Bruce D. Bartholow;Jacob B. Hirsh.
Trends in Cognitive Sciences (2015)
Stereotype Threat Spillover: How Coping With Threats to Social Identity Affects Aggression, Eating, Decision Making, and Attention
Michael Inzlicht;Sonia K. Kang.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (2010)
Arousal and stereotype threat
Talia Ben-Zeev;Steven Fein;Michael Inzlicht.
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology (2005)
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