Specifically, self-reports may be distorted by ego-protective biases, such as the better-than-average or self-enhancement effect (Alicke, ;Sedikides & Gregg, . Mark D Alicke at Ohio University Figures – uploaded by Mark D Alicke such as the better-than-average or self-enhancement effect (Alicke, ; Sedikides. Alicke et al. () conducted a series of studies to see if the better-than-. average eﬀ ect would be eliminated when people compared themselves to a real .
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My profile My library Metrics Alerts. Get my own profile Cited by 1958 all All Since Citations h-index 36 27 iindex 56 Professor of Psychology, Ohio University.
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Title Cited by Year Global self-evaluation as determined by the desirability and controllability of trait adjectives. Journal of personality and social psychology 49 6, Journal of personality and social psychology 68 5, Journal of consulting and clinical psychology 55 4, European Review of Social Psychology 20 1, Journal alic,e personality and social psychology 63 aoicke, Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 18 3, Journal of Cognition and Culture 8 1, Journal of personality and social psychology 73 4, Oxford handbook of motivation, ed.
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 12 4, Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 34 10, Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 11 1, Journal of personality and social psychology 99 5, Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 31 1, Journal of personality and social psychology 83 5, Articles 1—20 Show more.
Global self-evaluation as determined by the desirability and controllability of trait adjectives. MD Alicke Journal of personality and social psychology 49 6, Personal contact, individuation, and the better-than-average effect.
Culpable control and the psychology of blame. MD Alicke Psychological bulletin 4, Effectiveness of psychotherapy with children and adolescents: MD Alicke Journal of personality and social psychology 63 3, Alocke person who out performs me is a genius: Maintaining perceived competence in upward social comparison.
Judgments of physical attractiveness: Conformity and group size: Deconstructing the better-than-average effect. The influence alic,e individual versus aggregate social comparison and the presence of others on self-evaluations.